Harrah’s Las Vegas opened in 1992 taking over the former Holiday Casino (opened in 1973). Pull into the port cochere, about a 15-minute drive from the airport. Harrah’s offers complimentary parking for hotel guests. Across the street from Caesars Palace and near the High Roller observation wheel, Harrah’s has a back entrance off Krueger Drive. Check in to one of 2,530 rooms and suites at the front desk. The Valley Tower debuted renovations of its 600 rooms and 72 suites in February. The rooms were designed by Diana Sin of Marnell Architecture. A Valley Tower standard room features a king bed, armoire, floor-to-ceiling windows and more. Valley Tower standard rooms have 49-inch HD TVs and a small vanity with a backlit mirror and docking station. A Lightning connector on the clock radio fits the newer iPhones in a Valley Tower standard room. A coffee maker and ice bucket are on hand in a Valley Tower standard room. Opposite the vanity, a work space is available. Two chairs and a table offer seating by the window near a large mirror in a Valley Tower standard room. The bathroom of a Valley Tower standard room offers a wide single vanity with a backlit mirror and a hair dryer on hand. Facial soap is on hand in the bathroom of a Valley Tower standard room. The bathroom of a Valley Tower standard room also offers a standing rain shower. Shampoo, conditioner and body wash dispensers are provided in the shower of a Valley Tower standard room. An iron and full-size ironing board are available in the closet. A safe is shown in the closet of a Valley Tower standard room. A Valley Tower Executive Suite offers this living area with a sofa, flat-screen TV and dining nook. A dining table seats four by the window in a Valley Tower Executive Suite. The bedroom of a Valley Tower Executive Suite features a similar setup to the standard room. The bedroom includes an armoire and small vanity, plus seating by the window. Plush chairs offer views over Vegas in a Valley Tower Executive Suite. Sliding doors connect the bedroom and bathroom in a Valley Tower Executive Suite. The bathroom features a whirlpool tub with bathing amenities. Custom toiletries are offered by the bathtub in a Valley Tower Executive Suite. The bathroom of a Valley Tower Executive Suite offers two separate, wide vanities with backlit mirrors. Toiletries, such as body lotion, a shower cap and mouthwash are provided in the bathroom of a Valley Tower Executive Suite. Valley Tower Executive Suites include a bar area with a sink, coffee maker and refrigerator. The Vice Presidential Suites in the Valley Tower start at 870-square-feet with a living room and dining room. The bedroom features a king bed, a little more space and a chair you can kick your feet up on. The Vice Presidential Suite bathrooms boast this long vanity, a whirlpool tub, backlit mirrors and amenities. An aerial view shows the layout of the pool area. The Pool at Harrah’s Las Vegas debuted renovations in 2015 and is open seasonally for hotel guests only. The pool is lined with loungers and day beds. Day beds are shaded and comfortable with pillows, and poolside food and beverages are available. Cabanas are available to rent by the day and boast seating, a TV, reading materials, a fridge, a phone, a raft, towels, fruit and water. The new wading pool hosts in-water loungers so you can get your feet wet while relaxing and sunbathing. An oversized chess set offers recreation around the pool. Guests can play cornhole in a pool area. The lobby of the spa, salon and health club offers seating for waiting and retail products. Swedish massage treatments are available for de-stressing. Facial treatments and aromatherapy are also available. A whirlpool in the men’s spa offers secluded relaxation next to refreshments. The men’s spa hosts a dry sauna. The women’s spa has a similar whirlpool near the locker room. Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill offers live music curated by the country star nightly and southern fare. On Sundays, Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill hosts a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar and live music during the day. Teodoro Jimenez shucks oysters at the Oyster Bar & Grill. Flavors Buffet offers regional cuisine from around the country and specialties from around the world. Fresh sushi rolls are shown in the Flavors Buffet. Pork roasts are prepared on a rotisserie in Flavors Buffet. Oyster Bar & Grill was voted “Best Seafood of 2015” by the readers of the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Fulton Street Food Hall offers nine stations with New York City specialties 24/7. Guests can grab baked goods, pizza, sushi, tacos and more in the Fulton Street Food Hall and dine here. A coffee kiosk offers desserts and sandwiches in the Fulton Street Food Hall. Decadent desserts are displayed in the Fulton Street Food Hall. Pizza is offered by the slice in the Fulton Street Food Hall. Ye Hong mans a sushi bar in the Fulton Street Food Hall. A California Roll, left, and a Tempura Roll are plated. Ruth’s Chris Steak House has a location at Harrah’s. The Ruth’s Chris dining room overlooks the Strip. Guests will find USDA Prime steaks and an award-winning wine list at Ruth’s Chris. The restaurant offers a view of the wine cellar and a sneak peek at select bottles. Big Elvis performs rock ‘n’ roll at The Piano Bar. Signature Bar is open 24 hours a day with 16 beers on tap, beer cocktails called Hop’tales and more. Carnaval Court is made to feel like an open-air party in the street with flair bartenders, blackjack tables, live music and more. Flair bartender Jamie Vandewater makes a drink in Carnaval Court. Flair bartender Vache Manoukian juggles a bottle in Carnaval Court. Flair bartenders Jamie Vandewater, top, and Vache Manoukian show off their skills. Numb Bar & Frozen Cocktails offers frozen drinks and beer on the casino floor. The recently renovated race and sports book boasts 40 HDTVs, seating for 45 and two giant screens. “The Greenbacks” sculpture by artists Conversano and Chiodo is displayed on the casino floor. Million Dollar Quartet tells the story of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins collaborating at Sun Records Studio on Dec. 4, 1956. Performances take place two times a night, Sunday to Friday in the Main Showroom. Mac King combines comedy and magic in his two shows a day, Tuesday through Saturday, in Harrah’s Main Showroom.