Harrah's Las Vegas Unveils $200 Million Renovation

Improvements to the resort on the Las Vegas Strip include an enhanced casino floor and more than 2,000 redesigned guest rooms.

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A new LED marquee at Harrah's south entrance. Photo Credit: Lewis Phan/Caesars Entertainment

Thanks to an upgrade that exceeded $200 million, Harrah's Las Vegas Hotel and Casino now has 2,542 redesigned guest rooms, a completely remodeled casino floor and new LED marquees at the north and south entrances. All of the property's rooms and suites have now been updated, following the previous renovations of 1,622 Valley Tower rooms in 2016 and 2018. In the property's casino, the lighting, floor and ceiling tiling, carpeting, and restrooms have all been replaced or revamped. 

The resort has direct access to the new Caesars Forum conference center via a skybridge. The 550,000-square-foot Caesars Forum, home to the two largest pillarless ballrooms in the world, hosted Meeting Professionals International's World Education Congress, its first large conference, last month.

The property offers a variety of dining and entertainment options, from PizzaCake by "Cake Boss" star Buddy Valastro to Donny Osmond's first-ever solo residency, opening Aug. 31. PizzaCake's menu consists of authentic New York-style pizza, Carlo's Bakery's famous cake slices and the Las Vegas Strip's first Cake ATM.

The Spa at Harrah's Las Vegas is now open Friday, Saturday and Sunday.