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No wifi. It’s 2020.
Excellent location. Wonderful dinner at Friday's Station with a wonderful and thoughtful waiter, Michael.
No coffee pot, no microwave, no refrigerator, no room service, no maid service, no buffet, no entertainment thanks to mandates from the state of Nevada. Thin walls between rooms. I have not been to Harrah's since 1989 and it looks the same. The hotel, casino and rooms are outdated and need to be refreshed or updated. All the restaurants and cafe were expensive. American River Cafe had good food but slow service. We grew weary of the staff telling us to pull up our masks as we were drinking our coffee or adult beverage as smokers could leave their masks hanging from their ear. We had difficulty finding assistance with our Caesars Rewards accounts. Most of the staff did not know how to obtain comps or points from the accounts. We received more help from other players. All in all, it was OK but we will not be returning.
Pleasant but old
Staff was efficient, prof, kind. Bellman knowledgeable re hotel history & gave ample instructions on room features. Beds comfortable. Dbl bathrooms great-esp with more than one woman getting ready for an event. Lots of mirrors and good lighting. Plenty of elec outlets for all those devices. Ample closet space with more hangers than most. Glad to have a safe in room. Heating/cooling system quiet. Black out drapes for those late nights mean late mornings. Privacy/do not disturb light.
Could be so much more for price. Feels like using luxury features to hide needed maintenance of paint, simple repairs of marred molding and fraying carpet edges. Sheets on both beds were thin with wear and both had actual holes the size of a dime. Our privacy light did not light up like other rooms. Casino way too warm for comfort! Skimping on AC?!
Fantastic room, great for a family of 4
Room size, double complete bathroom, extra seating, great restaurants, great casino
Parking, the pool or jacuzzi wasn’t open late, some of the small restaurant close very early, drink service on the casino floor
Hotel is a hotel but
Loved the fact that it was right next to all the shops and had a casino on site.
Wifi costs were outrageous. Parking was tough. Rooms were not very clean. Hotel felt old even though decor was modern. Just doesn't seem like a grand hotel, which is not what it is in the first place. Weekends are about 300% more expensive than week day stays. Stay there if you need a place to sleep as it has a bed and tv. Beds were comfortable.
The hotel rooms are very nice and newly renovated. Most of them come with 2 bathrooms and a couch. Very nice with beautiful views. It's a very convenient location to the heavenly village.
The cigarette smoke in the casino can be pretty overwhelming.
i've had better
room and view were pretty good
the house keeper ignoring the "do not disturb sign", ringing the door bell, walking in and walking me up at 830am. the counter agent ignoring this complaint and not even offering a discount or anything more than "i'm sorry sir, how would you like to pay the resort fee?"
Poor check in service. No comps.
The location is great.
A bit run down.
The hotel was very accommodating and allowed us to do a late check out and change rooms due to an unpleasant odor. The original room may have just had a family stay and there was a lingering smell of diapers. But our room was changed immediately and the hotel happily accommodated my request to be on a high floor away from the elevators. The room was clean, large and comfortable. The two bathrooms was actually a huge help in getting ready. The view from the bar on the top floor for cocktails was lovely.
I think my cons have more to do with my own selection. I wish I had chosen a smaller more boutique style hotel because this one and its brother Harvey's are behemoths along the lake. If you are looking for something really romantic this probably isn't it. Every room is identical and blah design. But if you know what you're going for, it's perfectly acceptable.
My boyfriend and I stayed in a newly renovated room! It was lovely and we loved that it had two bathrooms.
They asked for a $50 deposit and I've never had that at a hotel which I thought was odd.
Great view with great comfort
I loved the my stay! Everything is offered right inside the hotel, staff was amazing! Casino was super fun! Dinner at the Forrest buffet was great and the hotel had tons of extras (pool, arcade, bar, etc) I would def recommend this to any family and friends wanting to visit Tahoe
Eighteen-stories worth of opulence and entertainment await on the shores of Lake Tahoe with Stateline Hotel’s Harrah’s Lake Tahoe Resort and Casino.
More than 510 rooms help fill up the towering hotel, with two floors devoted to Harrah’s premium suites. Standard guest rooms measure 475 sq. ft and are a step above basic with high-end accommodations, two bathrooms, and blackout drapery. The Executive room provides additional space for a sitting area while the Mountain View Suite expands the room size to 782 sq. ft and comes with a private living room and views of the majestic mountains of the Sierra Nevada.
Guests can come down from the comfort of their room to the casino floor and try their luck on over 820 slots, video poker machines, and table games. Variable denominations ensure that the casino floor is accessible to both high-rollers and casual gamblers.
Harrah’s Lake Tahoe features a boisterous nightlife with PEEK Nightclub and the South Shore Room. Top-of-the-line DJs take the booth at PEEK to pump out popular dance hits across the 6,700-sq-ft. space while live entertainment graces the stage of the South Shore Room for more intimate events.
Dining at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe includes eight casual, fast, or upscale eateries. Starbucks, Fatburger, Thai Asian, and Tahoe Italian Kitchen provide a quick option while the Forest Buffet and Highlander Bar serve up casual dining and a comfortable lounge. Friday’s Station Steak & Seafood Grill adorns the top of the hotel tower and features panoramic views of Lake Tahoe with lavish dining.
Harrah’s Lake Tahoe Resort is a year-round destination with immediate access to local skiing, the expansive Lake Tahoe, and the Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course.
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Harrah's Lake Tahoe Resort & Casino is located at 15 Highway 50, 0.2 miles from the centre of Stateline. Harrah's Lake Tahoe is the closest landmark to Harrah's Lake Tahoe Resort & Casino.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Harrah's Lake Tahoe Resort & Casino.
No, Harrah's Lake Tahoe Resort & Casino does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, Harrah's Lake Tahoe Resort & Casino does not offer free parking.
No, Harrah's Lake Tahoe Resort & Casino does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Harrah's Lake Tahoe Resort & Casino is 38.8 miles from Reno. Harrah's Lake Tahoe Resort & Casino is 90.6 miles from Sacramento Intl.
Yes, Harrah's Lake Tahoe Resort & Casino has a pool on-site.
Harrah's Lake Tahoe Resort & Casino has implemented the following measures:
Daily cleaning, increased availability of sanitation products.
Lobbies with safe social distancing.
Minimal contact with hotel personnel and other guests.