Harrah's Hotel and Casino Las Vegas

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

3475 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States

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83%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
21%
952
Very Good
37%
1653
Average
24%
1098
Poor
9%
423
Terrible
5%
263

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 23% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families65
  • Couples65
  • Solo70
  • Business44
  • mapakettle's Profile Photo

    Feels good, everyone has fun

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    Three and a half out of five, but this hotel has a strong and loyal following. Upscale Holiday Inn type rooms, satisfying buffet, with a large selection of fruit. Great breakfast.

    Gambling....I've never won here, but hearing the shouts around me, obviously I'm doing it wrong. Everybody seems to be having a good time, all the time, and there appears to be little turnover in staff. I recognize many familiar faces each time I visit.

    Unique Quality: Good restaurants abound.

    Directions: great location, on strip, and minutes away from Caesars and The Venetian

  • Krumlovgirl's Profile Photo

    Harrahs

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    Yes, it’s typically not people’s first choice when planning a trip to Vegas. And it’s usually not mine, either. But for some reason I keep ending up there. Maybe it’s the great prices I continue finding. Or maybe it’s the good service that I always have. Or it could even be the fantastic location that it offers. Or perhaps I just like the casino layout and the fact that there is a Ghiradeilli’s chocolate place next door. Who knows.

    Unique Quality: The rooms are average, if not maybe a little bigger than the ones at Excalibur and MGM. It has a few decent places to eat, namely the 24 hour coffee house. It also has a fairly nice little bar. The buffet, The Fresh Market Buffet, has been revamped. The Club offers good incentives like free buffet meals and show tickets if you sign up, plus you can use the card at Bally’s, Paris, Caesar’s, Rio, and a few other places. The best thing about the hotel, however, is the location. You can walk right out the doors and onto the strip in a matter of minutes. Welcome to Vegas!

  • I know where I would like to...

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    I know where I would like to stay (Mandalay Bay of course), but like millons of others I go to vegas to play not to sleep so I prefer to spend my money elsewhere so i like Harrahs its on the cheap side and right smack in the middle of everything

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    Harrah's

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    Harrah's
    Beginning at $89. Room rates can fluctuate widely and change without notice.

    Unique Quality: Rooms: 2,601. Amenities include: Hair dryers, irons, minibars, Carnaval Court entertainment and retail center.
    The casino spans 103,325 sq. ft. Casino games include Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker, Craps, Keno, Let It Ride, Pai Gow Poker, Roulette, Sportsbook, Slots, Baccarat, and Megabucks.
    Shops: 14 retail outlets: Ghirardelli Chocolate Company, Millennium Foto, Jackpot, Ragin' Cajun, Magnet Max, Tower of Jewels, Higuchi, Carnaval Market, Tu Tu Tango, Carnaval Wine and Spirits, Marshall Rousso, Landau, Vegas Foto and Gift Plus.

    Entertainment: Clint Holmes, Skintight, The Mac King Comedy Show, and The Improv Comedy Club at Harrahs. La Playa Lounge, fantasy beach lounge with a nine screen video wall and live music. Carnaval Court featuring favorite local entertainment and performing bartenders with a festive atmosphere.
    Fun facts: The basic suites feature televisions in the bathrooms. The outdoor Carnaval Court lounge has performing bartenders à la Tom Cruise in the movie 'Cocktail.' On the weekends, weather permitting, the casino pulls six to eight blackjack tables outside to the Carnaval Court.

  • Harrahs Hotel and Casino on...

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    Harrahs Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip if your going to be in town only a few days. If your looking for an apartment type setting with a kitchen try Budget Suites on Stardust Rd. right behind the Stardust Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip.
    Harrahs ranges from $55 to over $200 depending on traffic unless you have a Players card with the Hotel. Usually the same for other Strip Hotels. Budget Suites of America ranges from $49.50 to 69.50 weekdays, $69.50 to $99.50 on the weekends. 9% Hotel tax is added to all prices.

    Unique Quality: Harrahs offers a view of the Strip which is beautiful,also the pool, several resturants both casual and fine dining. There is a pool, health spa and beauty salon along with several shops and lounges. Budget suites has a small work out room and tennis courts along with a pool and on site laundry rooms. Both locations are open 24 hours with easy access to the Strip.

    Directions: 3475 Las Vegas Blvd. for Harrahs Hotel and Casino or 1500 Stardust Rd. For Budget Suites of America

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Forum Posts

MAC KING SHOW AT THE HARRAHS LAS VEGAS

by chatis

Could I be able to get ticket for the show the same day of the show?
Where can I buy them?
How dificult is it to get tickets?

Thank you.

Re: MAC KING SHOW AT THE HARRAHS LAS VEGAS

by YVRDave

If you can't get same day tickets you would probably be able to get 1 day advance.
You may want to e-mail the hotel.
http://www.harrahs.com/our_casinos/las/entertainment/mac_king.html

Re: MAC KING SHOW AT THE HARRAHS LAS VEGAS

by AndieS

Hello-
There is a ticket booth on the south end of the strip by the Coca-Cola store that sells same day tickets. However, what is offered for the day is not announced until that day.
Good luck!

Re: MAC KING SHOW AT THE HARRAHS LAS VEGAS

by ali70

At Harrahs they hand out vouchers for The Mac King show. You get to see the show for the price of a drink which is $6.95 before tax. You should probably get there about an hour before the show starts.

Comments (1)

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    Jan 28, 2013 at 4:33 AM

    Do not eat at Flavor buffet

    Whether it's personal or a business trip, we have always ending up eating at Harrah's for your famous "Prime Rib, great selection, and friendly services" at the buffet. I have eaten many, many time at Harrah's buffet since I started traveling. On March 12, 2013, at around 8:15pm, My wife and I was eating at your Harrah's Flavor buffet, Las Vegas. My shocking and disappointment was overwhelm. As we were seated by our server, Adrian, he was very nice and courteous. After he greeted us with warm welcome and gotten our drinks, my wife and I went to grab our plates and went directly to the prime ribs. I greeted the gentleman behind the prime rib station and he didn't look at me. I assume he didn't hear me; so I repeated myself with another greeting and asking him if I can have a slice of prime rib and one for my wife also. He pick up the knife and started to carve, put it on our plate and left. I was very surprise of his service. As my wife and I walk down the buffet table, I notice the many food were old, as of looked dried; very dried. There were sauce all over the counter and dried out. I know the counter hasn't been wiped for quit sometime.

    As we went back to our table, I told my wife, I just notice how thin our prime rib was. I took the napkin under our fork and knife and put it side by side; the prime rib we got was a third the thickness of our dinner napkin. Only a great chef can slice a piece meat this thin.

    The first piece of the prime rib was as tough as a horse shoe. After finishing our first plate we went back for our a seconds, This time I saw them changing over to a new loaf of prime rib. As I got there, the server behind the counter had just left and was talking to two other co-workers in a form of a circle. They were loud and started to horseplay behind the counter, I then stood there for a few seconds to see if they notice me standing there at all; but they didn't. So I say, "excuse me, I like to get a slice of the rib please." They were so loud they didn't hear me. After the third time, one of them finally came over and carve me a slice (the second piece of the prime rib was as a tough as the first. Believe me, I know prime rib, I normally get six pieces before I stop).

    As I was eating at the table, I told my wife this is the worst five star buffet I have ever eaten in. The people here are not friendly, the servers behind the food was too loose and playful in front of all the customers and had no regards of what customer needs or even know we were there. I told her I was going to get some ice cream and leave. As I went up to the dessert table, there were two employees talking and blocking the dessert table (one behind the counter and the other one was outside the counter). The dessert person saw me but just kept talking, I asked him if I can have a scoop of mango ice cream. The employee who was talking to the dessert person was actually sweeping the floor. He had the broom on his left hand and a dirty towel on his right. And with his right hand was leaning on the counter were my ice cream was going to be. And just before the two employees parted, they did a hi-five-potatoes over the dessert table before he scoop some ice cream.

    Enough is enough, I thought I had seen everything. I went to the cashier at the entrance to asked for a "comment form." After filling out the form, giving the service an "F" and the quality of the food also an "F." I asked if I can speak to the manager. I forgot his name, but he was a tall African American gentleman whom I spoke to. And I told him besides our server Adrian, I was very disappointed regarding the rest of his food crew. He seem he knew about the situation and didn't care. No apology came out of his mouth nor at least ask me if there were anyway he or the staff could have done to improve my stay. I walk away slowly and see if he would call me back; but he didn't. If I was the buffet manager, I would have done anything to fix this problem before this going to "corporate" and to your "reviews." I believe he doesn't fit his position.

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Address: 3475 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States