Problem is - where to start. Admittedly I am probably not the person to review this "hotel" - maybe if you are going to Las Vegas because you like the place, you may well like Harrahs - but if not, steer 50 miles clear of both Las Vegas and Harras. Regarding Harrahs, the place is dark, dingy, smells of stale tobacco smoke (including the bedroom we had), there are no coffee making facilities in the bedroom, no extras whatsoever - even no clock and even the "Exit" signs are well hidden. The only thing we enjoyed about staying at this place was the show "The Million Dollar Quartet" which was on in the "Theatre". This was excellent, other than the surly staff who on showing us to our seats, just threw our tickets on to the table and seats we had booked - we assumed that that was where we were to sit.
The only staff who were friendly were those who were trying to give "free" theatre tickets - nothing in Las Vegas is "free" - be warned - four people in our group were conned and had to spend 3 hours looking at a "Resort Complex" which was not on the premises - as had been suggested - apparently a 30 minutes drive away. A whole morning wasted , although time probably better spent than in Las Vegas!
To put it in a nutshell - we were touring California and the American South West, and probably we should not have gone to Las Vegas. We found the place to be gross, a disgrace to the intelligence of the human race (eg female 30 stone "Venetian Gondoliers" sailing through a shopping centre with artificial sky"!
Harrahs was definitley inferior to other hotels/casinos we walked through in increasing horror, as in comparison it was dirty, noisier, old fashioned, smelly and dare I say..... intimidating for those who do not wish to pour money into gaming machines, smoke and be plugged into gaming machines 24 hours a day.
After absolutely loathing both Las Vegas and Harrahs, if you really like Las Vegas, I am sure any of the other hotel/casinos would be better than this place. They could not be worse!
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