Harrah's Cherokee Casino & Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHarrah's Cherokee Casino & Hotel
My great grandmother and little seven year old brother got trapped in an elevator for one solid hour.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Harrah's Cherokee Casino & Hotel
Hotel Gets an "A' but Casino Gets a "C"
We spent 2 nights and 3 days at the Hotel/Casino. The hotel is absolutely beautiful. Our room was very large and beautifully furnished. It ranks with the best hotels in Vegas and is far better than the Harrahs in Vegas. The casino is another story. If you don't like to be around cigarette smoke you will hate it there. The casino always seemed cold with the ceiling vents always blowing cold air down on you. The rest room sink water was ICY cold. The change people were not very customer friendly. There were no supervisory personnel visibly obvious to handle concerns or questions. The slots were numerous but not very generous in payback. In my opinion a lot of work remains to make this a really enjoyable experience.
Had a enjoyable weekend at Harrahs Casino.Enjoyed the show and food at the fresh market square. Will return to Harrahs in the near future.
A Very Pleasant Experience
Even though our time spent there was extremely short, we enjoyed ourselves thoroughly.
We plan to return next year, time permitting, and we will stay longer.
The staff was very friendly and helpful.
Thank for the hospitality.
Always a joy to visit and stay at Harrahs Casino Hotel
I always enjoy going to Cherokee-(EVEN WHEN I LOSE)the Hotel is Beautiful-and so clean-service is great--the Food is more than great--and everyone of the employee's are so kind and nice and friendly--always having time to make you feel welcome and wish you luck--I have been to many casino's but have never found one that could beat the cleanliness and friendliness that you find at Harrahs Cherokee Casino in Cherokee,N.C.
Marguerite DesCoteaux Charleston, S.C.
Love Harrah's Cherokee Casino &Hotel
The staff is so nice and helpful.They make you feel so special.
Cherokee motel and casino
We have several nights in your Hotel and Casino it is the Greatest Plaace to Relax and enjoy I am a cancer patient on Chemo therapy so my Husband me to your Hotel and asino every 2 weeks we stay 3 nights. We love it everyone is so gracious an I enjoyed a Great Birthday feast At Seven Sisters . this last week.The best Theraphy for me is to visit HARRAHS. THANKS!!!!!!!
NOT Kid Friendly, Prepare to Lose Big time
What a terrible setup, kids cannot go to all except 1 restaurant, which is the expensive one, because they are in the middle of the casino and they forbid kids to walk thru to get to them, also blackjack was a total money pit, especially for Harrahs, there is a live dealer but only to press the buttons and watch what the computer decides to give you for cards, playing without live real cards was like putting our money in the garbage. We will NEVER come back to any Harrahs property, we will return to Las Vegas soon as we do many times a year.
Loved the casino and hotel-Harrahs.perfect vacation for you.
we were very happy with all the people involved with the casino and Harrah hotel.it is a perfect place to vacation.very relaxing and excellent food.
Pleasing experience but confussed
Harrahs motel was a pleasing experience, however obtaining a room there seems to be next to impossible if you are not a high level rewards point holder or hold an upper tier level.
We stayed one night Fall 2002 and it was the nicest, most beautiful hotel I've ever stayed in! I figured there'd be a lot of noise due to the Casino, but we never heard any noise in the hall or from our room. It was soooo quiet! The rooms were huge, and the lobbies and walkways were beautifully decorated... almost like walking through a museum in some places. The only problem we encountered was the astronomical phone charges - We made three very short long-distance calls and the charge for that was more than $80! We will never use a hotel phone for long-distance again, so you could call that part of the experience our Lesson Learned. Maryanne & Sandra, Watkinsville GA
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My great grandmother and little seven year old brother got trapped in an elevator for one solid hour. Me and my mother were waiting for them and when they walked in they told us the story. They said that they called dispatch three times but no one came until one hour. The hotel said they were trading shifts but i think they were just to lazy to …
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