This hotel has been recently redone and it’s in excellent condition. It lacks a few amenities like coffee machines in the room. I would not describe it as luxurious, but I would describe it as very nice.
I went to a conference at the Caesar Forum and Harra's was the central hotel of the event. I had little choice. The hotel is lower quality than others in the vicinity that I attended in other occasions. The room was fine. I recommend you keep the fan going high to try to reduce the noise from the pool music and from the doors blasting close in the hallways. The pillows were hard, little options. The bathroom shower to my astonishment has only 1/2 door namely it was cold inside the shower even with hot water plus there was spill to the outside. No coffee maker, no room service! The water was cut for 5 minutes one day. This would have been nothing if it weren't for the fact that it came up abruptly and strongly, wetting my pants. Had to change pants in the middle of the day. About food, very poor service, and long lines. The only good place, I believe it was called Fulton Cafe, was closed the last day of my stay! The omelettes there were the only good food in the entire complex. The area of the casino had the smell of smoking, although I frankly did not see anybody smoking. It is just a relic smoke from past times maybe. The hotel looks like needed a big renovation. Go elsewhere if you have a choice. The location in the strip is quite good though. Elevators were good. …
Harrah's hotel is centrally located on the strip, with easy access to the monorail. The clientele are price sensitive, and the hotel weathered state reflects the lower price point. The perks of going to Vegas that I remembered from 1990s are gone, and prices are high for virtually everything with little to no freebies. The room walls are very thin, so if there is a noisy neighbor sleep will be impossible. Three of the five nights I was awake from loud neighbors in the adjacent rooms. This was on floor 22, mountain view rooms. Check in and check out were a breeze with the kiosks - great feature. If sending packages to the hotel, all are processed by FEDEX, and there is a $10 per package fee.
We were in Phoenix for a few days and decided to go to Vegas for 2 days to celebrate my birthday. We booked Harrah’s through Priceline the same day as we were driving to Vegas. We went in to check in and the hotel clerk could not find neither one of our reservations in the system. She tried multiple times to no avail. I decided to call Priceline and was informed that they had our reservations and would call the hotel directly. 5 mins later, I was told that I had to wait until the next morning to speak to a general manager because the hotel did not have the reservation or that I could just receive a refund, which I did. Judy, at the front desk went above and beyond to help us get in a room. Her and Marlene helped us get into a 2 bedroom suite, at an up charge, but still less that what we had paid Priceline and they make sure we had a place to sleep for those 2 nights. My birthday celebration was not ruined thanks to them. They are great assets to the company and I will forever be thankful for this kindness. The hotel suite was huge and amazing. Beautiful views overlooking the strip and comfortable enough for our party. Hotel had great amenities and location was great! Housekeeping was very attentive and rooms and hotel were extremely clean. Definitely a great experience and look forward to staying here again. Thank you Judy & Marlene, you ladies are amazing!…
We have booked this hotel for June specifically for a smoking room. We have just found out that from 1st April all rooms will be non smoking. We have received no email advising us our smoking room will no longer be available to us. Caesars must have known they were going to do this but the option to choose smoking was still available to us. I'm going to cancel our booking as I do not want to have to walk to the casino everytime I want a cigarette.
Was booked at Harrah's for a company conference. The facility is older and shows its age. Ceiling are low, the air is full of cigarette smoke. It doesn't have the strong air filtration that newer Casino/Hotels have. The room was small, not dirty, but well worn. The bathroom was horribly designed with water from the shower splattering all over the floor no matter what I did. The toilet was also too close to the glass of the shower. I asked for housekeeping, but the room was only cleaned 1 time during a 4 night stay. Definitely not the worst, but there are better options in Vegas.
Long wait for check in, check out if you have an issue or question. Automated phone service to overseas call center, can't speak directly to front desk, unless you leave your room and go downstairs to front desk, very inconvenient and time consuming. Housekeeping service was non existent and horrible. Dirty air filter had to be changed when we checked into our room. Made us pay early check in fee. Room doors that closed on floor were extremely loud when people were entering and existing rooms. Worst hotel experience I've had and I've been to Vegas a few times.
That's the nicest word I can think of to describe the hotel room. Highlights: TV was large, worked well. AC was adequate. End of highlights This small room has little decoration, no fridge. Not a bloody ice bucket or even a lousy cup to use for brushing one’s teeth. The shower is anemic. The only closet space is a narrow slot in the bathroom. Speaking of bathroom, there is mildew in the shower. Check in was a confusing mess. They offer online express check in with a subsequent QR code. However, upon arrival you still have to stand in line with every other guest. Express check in implies a separate area to speed check in. Vegas is known for food. The food court is akin to an airport. Check that, I think the airport is better. I haven’t the actual restaurants. We were here on a company trip. Were it my own money I would have not lasted more than a night.…
The shower is very puzzling. Water went everywhere, but we were fortunate to have room service leave us new towels daily. The rooms were fine but no view. Check in could have been easy but we didn’t have the credit card we booked with since it was a work trip.
My visit was for business. I like the location, centrally located I did not like my room. Very thin walls, so thin you can hear your neighbor’s conversations. The room did not come with a coffee maker The shower door covered less than half of the shower stall. Sockets were few and were loose. I don’t suggest staying here while on business.
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