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Lake Tahoe Hotels

Harveys Resort Hotel/Casino


  • Hip entertainment
  • Just a few blocks north of the Heavenly Gondola


  • Can get loud at night

Updated 02/28/2014

Fodor's Review

This resort began as a cabin in 1944, and now it's Tahoe's largest casino-hotel; premium rooms have custom furnishings, oversize marble baths, minibars, and good lake views. Although it was acquired by Harrah's and has lost some of its cachet, Harveys remains a fine property. At Cabo Wabo ($–$$), an always-hopping Baja-style cantina owned by Sammy Hagar, sip agave-style tequila while munching on tapas and shouting across the table at your date. Harveys Cabaret is the

hotel's showroom. In summer check out the popular outdoor concert series and book early; room rates zoom up when hot acts are playing.

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Hotel Information


18 U.S. 50, at Stateline Ave., Stateline, Nevada, 89449, USA

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775-588–2411; 800-648–3361

Hotel Details:

  • 742 rooms, 36 suites
  • No meals

Updated 02/28/2014

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By Lee

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Mar 22, 2005

Can't go wrong at Harveys

was there March 17-20. Nice rooms, helpful staff. Casino is not that smokey. Loved the Cabo Wabo Restaurant and cantina. I never stay anywhere else in Tahoe and will always be a fan of Harvey's.

By Melinda

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Feb 22, 2003

Great location and breakfast buffet

I loved this hotel. My husband and I stayed here and thought that the location was great along with the large rooms!! The breakfast buffet in the morning really got you ready for a full day of skiing. I would definitely return here again!!

By Sue

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Jan 6, 2003

Rude and Do not keep Reservations

Reservations made in October were not kept. When we arrived at the hotel, we were told they overbooked and our reservation that they had in their computer could not be honored. After much discussion, they sent us to another nearby resort and we made them pay for the taxi to get there. Upon arriving at the 2nd resort, we were told that they did not have rooms for us, as Harvey's never sent the list of people to check-in. we had the 2nd hotel speak

with Harveys and they got nowehere and we were almost left stranded. The people at the 2nd hotel helped us to find a vacancy and we had harvey's book us there. Needless to say, we had to get a taxi back to the casino area which we told harvey's they were to pay. This ordeal robbed us of about 3 hours of running around and a LOT of aggravation. The Front Desk at Harvey's were rude and unhelpful. AND we were not the only people to be shuffled around- there were about 20 other people having the same arguments and being ignored by Harvey's. We were lucky eventually to get a room, but I am not sure about the others. I would give it a Zero Rating if it were an option.

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By Bob

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Nov 5, 2000

Very well run for a large hotel

Harvey's is very well run for a large hotel. The attention to detail is very impressive. The rooms are all fine (I've stayed here twice), though the higher up you go the more grand it all seems. If you've got the dough, you can't go wrong.

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