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We booked this hotel without any research or prior knowledge, which is strange for 2018, however it worked out great. The hotel is very clean and the rooms are pretty large by hotel standards. The building is located very close to the river walk and...More
The Harrahs hotel is clean and perfectly located to walk to the French Quarters and other attractions. All staff were extremely friendly except for one person at the front desk when we checked in. I don't allow one bad apple to ruin my stay. It's...More
I would recommend this hotel to all. the staff were always friendly,pleasant and helpful. tr property was clean and of coarse the food was great. When looking for entertainment the Big Easy is certainly the place to go. TWO THUMBS UP
The rooms are lovely, the staff helpful. As part of my Business trip breakfast was provided. Big disappointment. The eggs and even pancakes where cold and over cooked.
I found out that there is no pool if you want to swim or lay by a...More
Great location and excellent service. People are super nice and hotel is nice. Casino was across the street. Great resteraunts all around the location. Slots and table games are good. Friendly dealers as well and plenty of security.
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