They offered free parking. We stayed on the 3rd floor. Room was outdated, but clean and comfortable with 2 bathrooms. Gambling was bleak. Lowest table for blackjack was $15 but if you get up really early, you MAY find a $10.00 Blackjack table. Dealers and waitresses are nice. Free drinks are served if your playing. They are serious about mask. When seated at a table game, you must step away to take a sip of your drink.... your mask can NEVER be down while seated at the table. Plan on eating in your room or a quick grab and go place like fat burgers. ALL restaurants require reservations and because they are at 25% capacity, reservations are hard to get. I would suggest making lots of reservations well in advance of your trip.... then cancelling if you need to. Fat burgers have great burgers and fries! There’s a pub cattycorner from harrahs that has amazing pulled pork nachos and cozy warm fire tables. We lucked into one for lunch and it was amazing! There are 4 casinos in close proximity: harrahs, Harvey’s, hard rock, mont bleu... all just steps from each other. Heavenly village and the gondola are a short block away. Gondola rides to heavenly base camp are included with lift ticket but we prefer Sierra at Tahoe....So much cheaper and much friendlier slopes for beginners. Rally’s grocery store is just a short walk from harrahs (maybe 3 city blocks) and a great option for munchies and healthy options. Behind Harrahs and neighboring hotels is a wonderful place for the littles to play in the snow and on sleds. There is even an area where you can borrow a sled!