The property is okay, but If you're looking for something Vegas like don't expect that at Harrah's Cherokee. I traveled with a group to play golf and gamble, and we all had a good time. The property itself is somewhat dated, and could use some new carpet and touch ups. On the whole it was fine, though.The room was fairly nice. It was clean but I wouldn't walk around barefoot on the carpet. The mattress and pillows were comfortable. My room was right next to the drink machine and elevators, but I was never bothered by noise. It had a large shower with good water pressure and the towels were pretty good.Our group was large enough so that they had a private reception by the pool on the evening that we arrived. They served a four course meal that was a high end menu but the preparation was typical for a catered meal. The service that we experienced poolside was very good. One weird thing was that they asked for our ID's when we ordered our first drink and even though we were charging them to our rooms, they wouldn't give us our ID's back until we left. Not a huge deal, just found that odd.The casino itself is similar to what you would find in Vegas. Very large with live dealers. This Harrah's reminded me of the one in New Orleans in that if you don't keep your bearings you can easily get lost. Drinks are NOT complimentary while gambling. Although it may have something to do with Covid, finding a server in the casino was nearly impossible. When we finally found a server, we were not allowed to buy two drinks at a time. Most of the dealers and pit bosses were good and helpful, but one pit boss in the high limit room was particularly rude for no apparent reason. This left a bad taste in my mouth. We played Sequoia National Golf Club during our stay and I highly recommend it. We also ate at Ruth's Chris which was excellent.For two weeks prior to our stay, I attempted to contact the spa about getting a massage. No one ever picked up the phone. I left several messages but no one returned my call. When we arrived, I went to the spa to make a reservation and was told that they were booked for all services during our stay. Again, possibly Covid related.Our group plays mostly blackjack and we play between $100 and $500 per hand. In Vegas this generally gets us our rooms and meals comp'd. We inquired about this at the end of our stay and were told that someone would get back to us, but we never heard anything. Bottom line, the property was okay for our purpose which was to spend a few days playing golf and gambling. However, we would have probably spent about the same amount of money after comps had we gone out to Vegas. Considering how much nicer the properties in Vegas are, that's probably what we'll do next time.