My husband and I started off in Vegas for a few days at Harrah's for a road trip through Utah. Getting off the plane in Vegas was surreal. It was so quiet. This is not the best time to be in Las Vegas for vacation. So many things are closed. We stayed in an Executive Suite in the Mountain Tower. Had a great night strip view. Not so great during the day since it overlooked the casino roof. I highly recommend this room and we got one right near the elevator on a high floor. It was two separate very large, updated rooms and a very large bathroom. The bed was hard as a rock though and very uncomfortable. It's very convenient to the casino and the pool. Speaking of the pool, the most disappointing thing about Harrah's was that they surrounded their already mediocre pool with only pay-for chairs and cabanas. Other than those they had SIXTEEN chairs to sit on. Masks are required even when sitting unless you're IN the pool. this of course drove everyone into the pool so it was hard to social distance. Not that hard though because they only allow 100 people max in. We went early the first day and couldn't get in the second day. They sent us over to the Linq pool which was ok. There was a text function to use to reserve your spot but found out that it only works for i-phones not samsung. They also had a concierge via text message for if you need extra towels (no maid service) or have questions. Sometimes it worked, sometimes it didn't. I'm not sure if it was a real person. Regarding the casino, when we first got there on a Wednesday night, you got some playing time at video poker and I was able to win a couple of hundred. Starting Thursday though through when we left Saturday, don't bother. I went through a $20 bill without even winning a hand. They tighten them up on the weekends for sure. It got very crowded the weekend. Nothing else to do but gamble so the casino was pretty crowded. So even though I loved the room and location, we won't be staying there again because setting up only pay-for chairs around the pool (no room even behind them for other chairs) and only having 16 non-paid chairs was pretty low in my opinion and they lost our business because of that.