Stayed at Harrah's in April on a business trip. I picked Harrah's because I always stay at the Harrahs in Vegas. Of course, Reno is no Vegas, but I chose it for the name and to gain Total Rewards points. The hotel is OK- it could use a few upgrades, but its fine to stay in for a few nights. Rooms are older, but they serve basic needs. Be sure to stay in the West Tower- they have the newer remodeled rooms. One thing I really didn't like was there were very few outlets. I had to charge my work phone and iPad in the bathroom and literally had to crawl on my hands and knees around the bedside tables to find an outlet to charge my personal phone overnight. Other than that, room was fine.
In terms of the casino itself, it has a good selection of slot machines and table games. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from, but I really would've liked if the Lounge had been open (only open Fri/Sat). I found myself going across the street to the other hotels, to be able to just sit and enjoy a glass of wine after dinner in one of their bars/lounges. I did like though that there was a Starbucks in the casino, and the pool area looked nice. The steakhouse is supposed to be very good (it was recommended to me by coworkers), however I didn't eat there during my stay.
Overall, I'd recommend the hotel as they have good rates, but it is lacking in a few areas.
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- Harrah`s Reno Hotel Reno
- Harrahs Hotel Reno
- Reno Harrahs Hotel
- Harrahs Reno