Harrah’s Las Vegas has completed a $140 million transformation, which includes 1,622 modern new guest rooms and suites in its Valley Tower. Pairing seven-day-a-week, free, live entertainment with a new lobby bar and casino floor, Harrah’s Las Vegas offers the best value at the center of the Strip. The new look comes as Harrah’s celebrates 80 years as a premier gaming brand.
This latest redesign follows the renovation of 672 guest rooms and suites on the south side of the tower in 2016, resulting in a completely refreshed Valley Tower at the beloved Caesars Entertainment resort. The easily accessible Harrah’s Las Vegas is steps away from various Las Vegas landmarks and attractions and is a stop on the Las Vegas Monorail line.
Designed by Marnell Architecture, the stylish interiors of the reimagined Valley Tower guest rooms consist of bold yet sophisticated décor with warm tones of gray and purple accents. Bold, purple fabric and blue sitting chairs complement the room’s cream décor, dark wood accents and contemporary fixtures. Oversized vanities offer backlit mirrors and bars, while suites feature ceramic dark plank tile. Rates start at $52 per night.
Located on the ground floor of the Valley Tower, the resort now offers a new lobby bar with a sleek design that features 12 gaming stations and seating with charging stations. The resort’s recent renovations also include a completely remodeled casino floor and a new Starbucks near the Carnaval Court Bar.
Guest rooms and suites design highlights include the following:
As part of Caesars Entertainment’s Code Green initiative, which aims to reduce landfill waste by 50 percent by 2020, much of the furniture from the renovated guest rooms and suites was donated to charitable organizations such as Habitat for Humanity in Las Vegas.
Harrah’s Las Vegas offers free live entertainment, seven days a week at a number of venues. Toby Keith’s ‘I Love this Bar & Grill’ features live country music acts, hand-picked by Toby Keith, played nightly. Carnaval Court is an open-air street party with music from live bands and DJs played day and night while flair bartenders prepare drinks. The Piano Bar, which debuted a new patio last spring, offers 12 hours of live, interactive shows daily. Entertainment includes Big Elvis, The Saxmen Duo, Rusty’s All Star Karaoke and the Dueling Piano Twins.
This year the Harrah’s brand celebrates its rich, 80-year history as a preeminent leader in gaming. William F. Harrah opened his first bingo parlor in Reno, Nevada in 1937, followed by his first hotel in the city’s downtown, beginning the classic Harrah’s brand. Harrah’s Las Vegas opened its doors in 1992 and is one of 16 Harrah’s resorts worldwide.