This will probably be my longest review to date.
This trip is the 8th through the 11th of April. First I will caution you not to consider the casino as a deterrent or an example of the room appointments. As others have said The guest rooms are segregated form the masses by the room keys.
Find the registration desk is a challenge. It is in the very front of the Casino, yes if traveling alone, you are dragging your bags at the casino. The path to the rooms is not bad but more thought could be applied. I think there is opportunity for improvement.
The rooms are current and well equipped, flat screen (unfortunately secondary input was disabled for laptop), Keurig, and refrigerator. I am confident in saying this as I am in my third room from checking in last night.
The first room 225 was great except for the temporary (trailer mounted) AC unit that was supporting the casino parked under the window. The next 310 was a twin to the first room things were fine, till I discovered exactly how much trash and bottles that The Harrah's casino compacts. The working end of Harrah's faces the hotel, and 310 is so closed to the strip the narrow gap between buildings creates a resonation effect. Needles to say I had not planned on needing to move at 11:30 at night. (I hate repacking) I ended up on the first floor as that was the only room left available, this violates my first rule of travel. The only relief is that the area outside the room is closed. (because of the temporary AC connections) So at least that a bit more security.