3475 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV | 800-214-9110 | Harrah’s Casino
Harrah’s is a Caesars Entertainment property located at the center of the Las Vegas Strip. It is bordered on one side by Linq and the other by Casino Royale and Venetian. Vehicle access to Harrah’s is only available from behind the building on Koval Lane.
Harrah’s has a selection of table games, electronic table games, video poker, slots, live keno, and a Caesars Sportsbook. Additionally, the property has multiple restaurant and entertainment options, as well as over 2,500 hotel rooms.
There is a Las Vegas Monorail station behind Harrah’s. The station is also accessible from Linq. The new Caesars Convention Center is located behind this monorail station.
There is no poker room at Harrah’s. It closed in March 2020 and never reopened. The old poker room area hosts several electronic table games, like blackjack, roulette, and craps. There is also a stadium gaming area nearby with these games. The Venetian poker room is a short walk away from Harrah’s. The Caesars Palace poker room is across Las Vegas Blvd from it.
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Harrah’s has 1,000 slot and video poker machines, more than 60 table games, and live keno. Most of the video poker machines are at bars or near the north entrance to the property by the stadium table games.
There is also a race and sportsbook. The Keno Lounge is located next to the Caesars Race and Sportsbook. It is a typical Las Vegas sportsbook that features a wall of TVs and a large seating area. There are betting windows and kiosks available.
Players can create a Caesars Sportsbook mobile betting account at Harrah’s. Cash deposits and withdrawals are also processed here. The Nevada Caesars Sportsbook uses legacy William Hill software, which is different than the platform used by the company in other states. Players that do not have a Nevada Caesars Sportsbook account must create one at one of the company’s Las Vegas sportsbooks.
Players may receive slot play and member offers by using their Caesars Rewards card when playing slots and table games as well as placing sports wagers. Platinum and higher players receive free parking. There are also line passes at Harrah’s for these Caesars Rewards members.
Harrah’s deals baccarat, blackjack, crapless craps, DJ Wild, pai gow tiles, pai gow poker, roulette, and many poker pit games. Minimums may start at $5 during the slowest hours. Typical limits are $10 to $50, depending on the game. Pai gow tiles is only open for limited hours. The table is in the back pit.
There are no 3/2 blackjack tables on the casino floor at Harrah’s in Las Vegas. The only 3/2 payouts are in the high limit salon. It is open at night and during busier dayshifts.
Craps odds are 3-4-5 at standard tables. Crapless craps is 1-2-3-4-5 times, meaning it starts at single on the 2 and 12 and moves up. Roll to Win Craps has double odds. All three Harrah’s craps games pay double on a field 12.
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Entertainment at Harrah’s
Harrah’s Casino offers guests multiple entertainment options. The Piano Bar has free live entertainment daily, including dueling pianos at 9pm.
Donny Osmond headlines the Harrah’s Showroom Tuesday through Saturday at 8pm. A pre-show VIP Experience offers fans a chance to hear personal stories with a chance to ask a question at 6:30pm. Hyprov is held at 9:30pm on select nights.
Dining and drinks at Harrah’s
Harrah’s has a selection of restaurants ranging from a food court to an upscale steakhouse. Most options are just steps away from the casino floor.
- Ben & Jerry’s – Ice cream.
- Bobby’s Burgers by Bobby Flay – Signature burgers.
- Fulton Street Food Hall – Quick bites with typical food court selections like pizza, sandwiches, and salads.
- Pizza Cake by Buddy V. – Pizza and cake.
- Ramsay’s Kitchen – American dishes.
- Ruth’s Chris Steak House – Business casual steakhouse.
- Starbucks – Coffee.
- Walk-On’s – Louisiana-inspired cuisine. Sportsbar.
Check-in: 4pm | Check-out: 11am | Resort Fee: $39.95 per night
At Harrah’s, there are more than 2,500 rooms, including pet-friendly rooms. All rooms have a workspace, an in-room safe, blackout curtains, an iron/ironing board, and a hairdryer. Property amenities include a fitness center, a pool, and a spa.
There are two hotel towers: Mountain Tower and Valley Tower. The 300-square-foot rooms in the Mountain Tower feature two double beds. In the Valley Tower, rooms start at 340 square feet with a single king or two queen beds. Upgraded rooms offer views of the Strip. Both towers offer suites with extra space.
Harrah’s Casino FAQ
Are there any live shows at Harrah’s?
Harrah’s has two showrooms. Events like Donny Osmond and TAPEFACE are performed most nights of the week.
Does Harrah’s in Las Vegas deal any 3/2 blackjack?
Harrah’s only deals 3/2 blackjack in its high limit salon. All blackjack tables on the casino floor pay 6/5.
What are the craps odds at Harrah’s Las Vegas?
Live craps has 3-4-5 times odds. Crapless craps is 1-2-3-4-5 times odds. Roll to Win Craps allows double odds.
Is there a poker room at Harrah’s?
The Harrah’s Las Vegas poker room closed in March 2020 and never reopened.
Is there a sportsbook at Harrah’s?
There is a Caesars Sportsbook at Harrah’s.
Are there any keno lounges on the Las Vegas Strip?
Harrah’s and Horseshoe have the only keno lounges on the Las Vegas Strip.
Last updated: May 27, 2023