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What We Love

  • A newly renovated suite or Strip-view room, right in the heart of glittering Las VegasSeeing one of the shows, or taking the stage yourself at karaoke night
  • Staying right on the Strip, with a convenient monorail stop at your disposal
  • Kicking back at the end of the night in a stylish and recently remodeled room or suite

What To Know

  • Guestrooms could use refreshing
  • $32 per day resort fee covers access to the pool and gym
  • WiFi disconnects frequently
Bedroom property Suite living room condominium home


A grand hotel in the middle of the Strip, with gourmet dining, elegant bars and nightly entertainment

The Lowdown

Hip, hip, Harrah! This hotel on the Strip has everything you want from your Sin City stay, and then some. Enjoy locations of some of your favorite chain restaurants, like Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse and Ben & Jerry’s, soak up some sun by the pool, let your hair down at an open-air street party or decompress at the soothing wellness center on the fourth floor. Picking out a whole new wardrobe is easy, thanks to the 12 shops (plus a UPS store, for shipping it all home), and quite a few entertainers take the stage each evening, like soul band The Righteous Brothers and comedian and magician Mac King.
If you’re ready to roll – the dice, that is – the casino boasts more than 80 table games, plus slot machines that can win you the Vegas jackpot. And whenever you start itching to explore beyond the Harrah’s Las Vegas grounds, the Strip’s greatest hits are at your fingertips. The High Roller – the world’s tallest observation wheel – is right next door, as is the surrounding promenade at The LINQ. Speaking of The LINQ, it shares a monorail station with you, making shuttling up and down the famous boulevard, as well as rubbing shoulders with the glitterati at Drai’s at The Cromwell or taking in a show at Planet Hollywood, a breeze. Talk about hitting the Vegas jackpot.

Rooms and suites

The brand-new Valley Tower rooms are elegantly designed, with chic, creamy tones and high-end furnishings. You’ll enjoy 300 square feet of space, impressive views of the Strip and a choice between one king-sized or two queen beds. For a more luxurious stay, opt for the Valley Tower Executive suite, boasting a roomy 600 square feet, a separate bedroom and a bar.
Amenities?- Gilchrist and Soames bath products- Simmons pillow-top mattress- Game table- Blackout curtains- Combination tub and shower- Hair dryer- TV with pay-per-view movies- Wi-Fi (fees apply)- Iron and ironing board


You get six choices in the dining department, including an oyster bar, a buffet, a food hall, a Ruth’s Chris steakhouse, a grill by country star Toby Keith and a newly opened Ben & Jerry’s. You can’t go wrong with any of the four drinking options, either: Signature Bar; Numb Bar, which focuses on frozen drinks; and the Piano Bar are sleek and cosmopolitan destinations, while Carnaval Court has a more raucous vibe, thanks to the open-air dance parties that it hosts. The surrounding Strip holds countless more eateries and drinkeries – we recommend Strip House at sister-hotel Planet Hollywood, another Caesars Entertainment property.


The fourth-floor spa is a low-key, peaceful spot, with a steam room, a sauna and whirlpools, plus a menu of relaxing treatments. Receive the Warm Desert Stone massage, or wind down with the Stress Reducer package, followed by a service at the salon or a session in the fitness center. Athletic apparel is sold on the premises, in case you happened to forget your workout gear.


No need to wander far for great entertainment, nightlife, shopping or gambling – all of it’s available here. There are tons of shows, from an Elvis-impersonation review at The Piano Bar on weekday afternoons to concerts by The Righteous Brothers and Tenors of Rock; karaoke occurs five nights a week; DJs and bands perform at Carnaval Court’s open-air street party; shops total 12; and the casino’s got some 80 table games, plus a 24-hour Keno parlor. The pool is also a must, when open for the season – this is Vegas, after all.The other best eateries, venues, shops and casinos are steps away, with the High Roller promenade and observation wheel just next door. The hotel shares a monorail stop with The LINQ, to get you up and down the Strip in minutes.

How to Get There

Harrah’s Las Vegas
3475 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109 United States


Sorority reunion

Good hotel and central location..However, the hotel fees were ridiculous..4 night stay fees were almost $160 total..that is the cost of 1 night stay. I asked what it was for..i was rold by the from desk " internet, gym and pool."

Internet was VERY slow, we didn't use the gym and the pool was CLOSED! We were told that the Linq pool was open to Harrah's guest ..walked over..Linq pool was closed ..We were then told we could use the pool over at the Paris..

Why are we mandated to pay that much for hotel fees when everything was not available or subpar.

Next visit...i will find the hotel who doesn't charge a fee or stay off the strip..btw..parking is not free either!

Its okay
Linda B

Probably won't stay here again, no fridge in the room.The large glass door doubles as a closet door. If someone is in the closet and a person exits the bathroom you will get hit by the glass,really poor design, do not use the Super Shuttle to get to the hotel, horrible service,take UBER

Nice New Room and The Oyster Bar-Wow

Everything was brand new in the room and it did not smell smoky. Based previous reviews, I would agree similar to a Courtyard Marriott. We were contacted via text by a concierge if we needed anything and the hotel was centrally located on the strip to walk to everything. The Oyster Bar had fantastic oysters Rockefeller and the service was great! Note: Once you go to the main floor, the cigarette smoke was overwhelming and made me congested by day two. Honestly, all the casinos were that way. My main reason for the 3 stars is issues with the rewards card. Repeatedly, we had to keep receipts and go stand in line to get points for what we were spending. At Harrah's, an employee was quite rude (almost angry) at the desk and told me I needed to present my card BEFORE I made a purchase. I explained I did provide my card ahead of time but was told at the point of sale, I would have to go to the Rewards desk. The Harrah's employee then said he would credit my account but I needed to present the card ahead of time. I reiterated, I had done that. I do not understand why anyone would think I deliberately wanted to go stand in line to get points like I had nothing better to do? Casesar's needs to train employees to take the time to process the rewards upfront. He made me feel like I inconvenienced him and it was the other way around. This was our first trip to this hotel and he left me with a bad taste. Smoke aside, this is a solid, centrally located hotel and the Oyster Bar was great.