6 mature (mentally going on 27yrs! English guys) on boy's ski trip. Harrah's,is a large hotel with casino / slots on ground floor. It has a basement link to an equally large sister hotel/ casino across the road. We had a great time at Harrah's. The large bedroom decor is a little dated and desk warn but beds/ pillows were very comfortable, carpet good and room spotlessly clean. 2 bathrooms per room was a great plus for room sharing and bathrooms have good hot showers and a tub.Good flat screen tv and fridge. Staff pleasant . We parked slightly outside the hotel's secure parking area for free and saved $65+Food in the hotel restaurants is not that good and is expensive but we did not try the 18th floor buffet which looked reasonable and varied. Dinner in Sage Room at top of the sister hotel was expensive and not impressive but the view is great for a drink before dark. Strongly recommend The Driftwood cafe in the village where we breakfasted every day-Excellent. They also offer lunch. We ate evening meals at various bars and restaurants in the village but most were average at best and the Italian restaurant was diabolical microwave reheated food. .The Pizza restaurant in the village was excellent but no reservation possible . Mr P's bar accross the road had a good vibe with live band and range of craft beers.The Brewery bar also had live music.Gordon Ramsey has just opened a small restaurant in Harrah's casino, but we did not try it.We happily recommend Harrah's when sking in Heavenly. Within 7 mins walk to Gondola and ski hire / lessons outlet. Beautiful Lake Tahoe scenery.