Hurrah! Harrah’s Las Vegas completes $200m revamp

Harrah's Las Vegas Renovation
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Caesars Entertainment’s Las Vegas Strip property has redesigned its 2,542 guest rooms, while its casino floor has been completely remodelled.


Caesars Entertainment has finished a $200m renovation of its Harrah’s Las Vegas resort. The property now features 2,542 redesigned guest rooms, a complete casino floor remodel and two new LED marquees at its north and south entrances on the Las Vegas Strip.

“As a flagship location of the iconic gaming and hospitality brand, revamping Harrah’s Las Vegas not only enhances the guest experience but also further reflects the fun and energy that makes Las Vegas such a unique travel destination,” said Dan Walsh, SVP and general manager of Harrah’s Las Vegas. “We look forward to seeing our guests enjoy all that Harrah’s Las Vegas offers, especially this summer.”

Following the first two renovation phases of 1,622 Valley Tower rooms in 2016 and 2018, Harrah’s Las Vegas completed the redesign of all 2,542 rooms and suites in 2020, including the Mountain Tower with an additional investment of $70m.

Designed by Marnell Architecture, the refreshed guest rooms feature purple and blue hues which complement the cream coloured décor, dark wood accents and contemporary fixtures.

Harrah’s Las Vegas has also enhanced the guest experience, the property’s casino floor now features upgraded lighting, floor and ceiling tiling, carpeting and modern restrooms. Upon entering the main lobby, guests can admire the oversized ombré art piece with purple and blue hues behind the front desk. Additional design highlights include marble floors and counters, as well as contemporary bronze columns with wood panelling.

“We’ve created that sense of arrival where people walk in and see that this is an elevated hotel and casino,” Walsh stated. “It gives you the sense that you’re walking into an elegant property.”

The new colour scheme replaces the former Mardi Gras theme which featured a range of browns, greens and cream colours. “It’s really brought a vibrant look to the property,” Walsh added. “People come in and just can’t believe what it looks like compared to what it used to be.”

The property has also opened a new restaurant, PizzaCake, a fast-casual concept from Cake Boss star Buddy Valastro focused on New York-style pizza and cake slices. Additionally, Donny Osmond will return to Las Vegas with his first ever solo multi-year residency inside Harrah’s Showroom at Harrah’s Las Vegas opening 31 August.

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