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Harrah's North Kansas City
Harrahs North Kansas City experience
Harrah's North Kansas City
Friendly environment. Ate at the sports bar food was good also ate at the restaurant food was amazing. Overall experience was entertaining. Hotel stay was good. Utilized vallet parking. Our overall...More
- Go01481667312
Friendly environment. Ate at the sports bar food was good also ate at the restaurant food was amazing. Overall experience was entertaining. Hotel stay was good. Utilized vallet parking. Our overall experience was good.
outstanding
Harrah's North Kansas City
rooms are spacious and clean, food at the new food court is very tasty, buffet food is good as always. everything from check in to check out was superb. casio floor is clean and waitresses are always...More
- Explorer59277127890
rooms are spacious and clean, food at the new food court is very tasty, buffet food is good as always. everything from check in to check out was superb. casio floor is clean and waitresses are always on hand.
Nice clean rooms and services
Harrah's North Kansas City
I have been staying at the resort on most of my business trips for several years. Convenient to downtown, rooms are clean. Service is excellent. And nice to be able to have a drink at the end of a...More
- James R
I have been staying at the resort on most of my business trips for several years. Convenient to downtown, rooms are clean. Service is excellent. And nice to be able to have a drink at the end of a days worth of meetings.
Comfort and Gaming
Harrah's North Kansas City
The finest in comfort, gaming, dining and even live entertainment. I try to stay at Harrah's whenever I can. The rooms are clean, the atmosphere is more than pleasant. Harrah's has never been a...More
- Vincent M
The finest in comfort, gaming, dining and even live entertainment. I try to stay at Harrah's whenever I can. The rooms are clean, the atmosphere is more than pleasant. Harrah's has never been a disappointing choice for me.
A faded building - physically and personally
Harrah's North Kansas City
Led in by the promise of "free slot play" (truthful statement) and free hotel rooms (nearly so), we went there. The hotel room was "free" except for a mandatory "resort fee" which included wi-fi...More
- Fran S
Led in by the promise of "free slot play" (truthful statement) and free hotel rooms (nearly so), we went there. The hotel room was "free" except for a mandatory "resort fee" which included wi-fi. However, finding a place to use a laptop and mouse was ridiculous. No desk/table/etc. around (there used to be one). Options: kneeling on the floor at a very low coffee table, using a small area squeezed in next to the TV standing up, or using the bathroom counter the same way (move your stuff out of the way first). I don't think I've ever seen commodes so low in my life - you wonder if you're ever going to sit down (or be able to get up). Walls are paper-thin, so lots of noise, not to mention the halls at 2-3am (not hotel's problem). If it's Monday or Tuesday, the one restaurant isn't open, the buffet is no longer open for breakfast. The "new" restaurant is a glorification of the earlier snack bar in the same location, and the place has had a multiple of closed restaurants/snack bars over the past few years, and their Diamond Lounge has morphed from a true place to a limited-access Elks Club (apologies to the Elks).The biggest issue, though is the people. Some are still really like they used to be. Way back when, there used to be a sign on the inside of the employees' entrance door next to the buffet - something like "Don't be the second person to say 'hello'" - and employees lived up to that. Today, averted eyes and indifference seem to be the norm.With all of Caesars' closings and cutbacks, I wondered if it was endemic in the industry, so we went down the road (two miles?) to Ameristar. Much larger, it seemed, and a "negative" from me: my luck wasn't there at all. In fairness: it was a Monday, and some of bars/stuff were closed. However, the buffet, games, general atmosphere - and people - definitely exceeded Harrah's. Best recommendation would be to use your "free slot play" at Harrah's and take your winnings, if any, down the road.
Harrah's North Kansas City
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Harrahs North Kansas City experience
Friendly environment. Ate at the sports bar food was good also ate at the restaurant food was amazing. Overall experience was entertaining. Hotel stay was good. Utilized vallet parking. Our overall...More
Go01481667312
Friendly environment. Ate at the sports bar food was good also ate at the restaurant food was amazing. Overall experience was entertaining. Hotel stay was good. Utilized vallet parking. Our overall experience was good.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
outstanding
rooms are spacious and clean, food at the new food court is very tasty, buffet food is good as always. everything from check in to check out was superb. casio floor is clean and waitresses are always...More
Explorer59277127890
rooms are spacious and clean, food at the new food court is very tasty, buffet food is good as always. everything from check in to check out was superb. casio floor is clean and waitresses are always on hand.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Nice clean rooms and services
I have been staying at the resort on most of my business trips for several years. Convenient to downtown, rooms are clean. Service is excellent. And nice to be able to have a drink at the end of a...More
James R
I have been staying at the resort on most of my business trips for several years. Convenient to downtown, rooms are clean. Service is excellent. And nice to be able to have a drink at the end of a days worth of meetings.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Comfort and Gaming
The finest in comfort, gaming, dining and even live entertainment. I try to stay at Harrah's whenever I can. The rooms are clean, the atmosphere is more than pleasant. Harrah's has never been a...More
Vincent M
The finest in comfort, gaming, dining and even live entertainment. I try to stay at Harrah's whenever I can. The rooms are clean, the atmosphere is more than pleasant. Harrah's has never been a disappointing choice for me.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
A faded building - physically and personally
Led in by the promise of "free slot play" (truthful statement) and free hotel rooms (nearly so), we went there. The hotel room was "free" except for a mandatory "resort fee" which included wi-fi...More
Fran S
Led in by the promise of "free slot play" (truthful statement) and free hotel rooms (nearly so), we went there. The hotel room was "free" except for a mandatory "resort fee" which included wi-fi. However, finding a place to use a laptop and mouse was ridiculous. No desk/table/etc. around (there used to be one). Options: kneeling on the floor at a very low coffee table, using a small area squeezed in next to the TV standing up, or using the bathroom counter the same way (move your stuff out of the way first). I don't think I've ever seen commodes so low in my life - you wonder if you're ever going to sit down (or be able to get up). Walls are paper-thin, so lots of noise, not to mention the halls at 2-3am (not hotel's problem). If it's Monday or Tuesday, the one restaurant isn't open, the buffet is no longer open for breakfast. The "new" restaurant is a glorification of the earlier snack bar in the same location, and the place has had a multiple of closed restaurants/snack bars over the past few years, and their Diamond Lounge has morphed from a true place to a limited-access Elks Club (apologies to the Elks).The biggest issue, though is the people. Some are still really like they used to be. Way back when, there used to be a sign on the inside of the employees' entrance door next to the buffet - something like "Don't be the second person to say 'hello'" - and employees lived up to that. Today, averted eyes and indifference seem to be the norm.With all of Caesars' closings and cutbacks, I wondered if it was endemic in the industry, so we went down the road (two miles?) to Ameristar. Much larger, it seemed, and a "negative" from me: my luck wasn't there at all. In fairness: it was a Monday, and some of bars/stuff were closed. However, the buffet, games, general atmosphere - and people - definitely exceeded Harrah's. Best recommendation would be to use your "free slot play" at Harrah's and take your winnings, if any, down the road.