We just got back from a 2 day Junket at Harrahs to celebrate my wife's birthday. We were able to get 2 complimentary nights at the resort, we just had to pay the hotel fees and taxes which came out to approx $64 total for both nights. Harrahs is located on the marina side next to the Golden Nugget, and Borgata casinos. Harrahs is a great choice in the winter due to its great indoor pool complex, which many of the other casino hotels do not have, The complex is kept at a balmy 84F, with a large heated pool, and several Jacuzzi style hot tub areas around the pool, these Jacuzzis are big and some can hold as many as 24 people. There is food and beverage service inside the complex, which can be brought to you to your chase lounger. Its a great way to spend a day relaxing in the cold winter months. The hotel rooms are big, and very clean, with all the modern amenities one would expect in a world class casino hotel. There are many food choices ranging from very expensive eateries such as Gordon Ramsey's restaurant to very casual..of course while being casual they are not cheap, but you pay for the convenience. They also have a Buffet, but during our stay it was closed due to maintenance?? whatever that meant. We enjoy the buffets in Atlantic City, and decided to eat next door at the Golden Nugget which offered a 50% off buffet...while the Golden Nugget buffet is not as huge as some of the other much more expensive buffets, the food was fresh and very tasty, and they had the peel and eat shrimp. The Borgata and Harrahs buffets were about 35$ per person...The Golden Nugget with your rewards card promotion came out to about 12.50$ per person...and I think its the best buffet deal in Atlantic city that i know of.....The beds at Harrahs are top notch, they are probably the most comfortable beds we ever had at any world hotel, its like sleeping on a cloud. The gaming experience at Harrahs is good, but the slot machines we played were very tight during our stay, we went to the Borgata and found a lot more people there paying the slots, and we did win more, than lose. One thing about Atlantic City as whole is that with the extreme competition from neighboring states that have legalized casino gaming chipping away the monopoly which Atlantic City enjoyed for decades, one would think that the people running the casinos there would rethink their strategies to offer more for less to get their glory back, but they do not seem to embrace this strategy..rather they are charging people more for parking, and have also raised the minimums of of a lot of newer slots from 30-40c to 60-75c minimum....which is kind of nickel and diming their players litlle by little, I have also seen 25$ parking fees in some casino, Harrahs used to be 5$, for non guests..and i saw this fee double to 10$...only the Golden Nugget still has free parking. Getting the free game floor drinks is another sore spot, most casinos used to have a lot of people walking around serving drinks in every section, these days it seems like you have wait longer, or go out of your way to find someone, rather than them easily finding you, they are still serving the drinks, but, not as frequent as they used to..I know A.C has lost a lot of its client base, but simply raising fees, and cutting back on the casino experience players used to enjoy is not going to get people back in there in droves like they did in the 80s and 90s... the top executives that make these decisions should actually go there, and see what the experience is from the average joe's perspective, rather than simply look at the spreadsheets, and what the stockholders say. To be fair this time of the year is not when most people decide to go to a casino, with the holiday shopping season approaching, but for those that do decide to venture out, they should have something special offered, which makes it worthwhile. Aside from the A.C scene slowly slipping down as a whole. Harrahs was a great 2 day junket, we had a great time, and for the money we spent on it, it was a fun, and a very worth while trip.All in all it was a big thumbs up!.