Harvey'S Lake Tahoe
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHarvey'S Lake Tahoe Stateline
Not to happy that the hotel and casino does not have any restaurants that are open for breakfast. We had to cross over to Harrah's for breakfast. Alternative is ordering from the room service menu.
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