The world is slowly returning to normal after the Coronavirus pandemic, and Harrah’s Las Vegas has returned with a new look. They utilized the down time to complete a $200 million renovation with the casino floor receiving upgraded lighting, carpeting, and ceiling tiles.
Additionally, the lobby and front desk areas were redesigned to include marble floors and counters, as well as contemporary bronze columns with wood paneling. Harrah’s also focused on their hotel, completely redesigning over 2,500 guests rooms.
There have been changes to health and safety protocols as well. In an effort to help protect Harrah’s team members and their guests, there will be more frequent cleaning, sanitation, and screenings of employees.
Dan Walsh, Senior VP and General Manager for Harrah’s Las Vegas, said that the makeover”…not only enhances the guest experience but also further reflects the fun and energy that makes Las Vegas such a unique travel destination.”