Harrah’s Las Vegas completes room renos ahead of brand’s 80th anniversary

Harrah’s Las Vegas completes room renos ahead of brand’s 80th anniversary

LAS VEGAS — How is the Harrah’s brand celebrating its 80th anniversary? By spending US$140 million on transforming 1,622 guestrooms and suites in Harrah’s Las Vegas’ Valley Tower.

This latest redesign follows the renovation of 672 guestrooms and suites on the south side of the tower in 2016, resulting in a completely refreshed Valley Tower at the renowned Caesars Entertainment resort.

“Harrah’s is one of the most recognized gaming brands in the country and Harrah’s Las Vegas offers great value in the heart of the Strip,” said Dan Walsh, general manager of Harrah’s Las Vegas. “The renovated Valley Tower combined with nonstop entertainment and distinct dining options further elevate the dynamic guest experience that can only be found at Harrah’s.”

Updates have been made to several rooms and suites, including the Valley Tower Room, featuring one king or two queen beds with luxury bedding, a vanity with backlit mirror, bathroom vanity and rain shower. The Valley Executive Suite, which measures 680 square feet, offers luxurious bathrooms with rain shower and large tub, while the new Valley Presidential Suite includes an open living space and high-end bathroom features like a walk-in rain shower. Meanwhile, the new Valley Penthouse impresses with a full-sized bar, metallic accents, a game table and back-to-back bathroom sinks.

And as part of Caesars Entertainment’s Code Green initiative, which aims to reduce landfill waste by 50% by 2020, much of the furniture from the renovated guestrooms and suites were donated to charitable organizations like Habitat for Humanity in Las Vegas.

Moreover, the resort also boasts a new lobby bar that features 12 gaming stations, seating with charging stations, a completely remodelled casino floor, and a new Starbucks near the Carnaval Court Bar.

This year, the Harrah’s brand celebrates its 80-year history as a leader in gaming. William F. Harrah opened his first bingo parlour 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.

The new Valley Tower suites are part of the Caesars Suites program, where guests can book more than 2,000 suites and villas within Caesars Entertainment’s Las Vegas portfolio at caesarssuites.com.

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