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Harveys Lake Tahoe
What a Dump
Harveys Lake Tahoe
Stayed there for 3 nights this weekend. No one ever answers the phone, threre was no one at valet or check in and I asked the room service to clean the room...never happened. In addtion, parking is...More
- Rob_McCarthy12345
Stayed there for 3 nights this weekend. No one ever answers the phone, threre was no one at valet or check in and I asked the room service to clean the room...never happened. In addtion, parking is scary. Glad I am not a woman. As one I'd be nervous to retrieve my car day or night.
Worst hotel stay in 45 years
Harveys Lake Tahoe
Hotel room was out dated, no mini fridge, tv selector did not work, alarm clock was unplugged. Gaming tables were all closed during the morning. The escalator did not work going to Harrahs. Hotel did...More
- kabosh53
Hotel room was out dated, no mini fridge, tv selector did not work, alarm clock was unplugged. Gaming tables were all closed during the morning. The escalator did not work going to Harrahs. Hotel did not have anywhere to eat breakfast for the entire family. I will think twice before returning to your establishment.
First time stay was amazing
Harveys Lake Tahoe
We have traveled to Lake Tahoe many times and every time we stay in Stateline, we have stayed at the Horizon and last time Hard Rock Tahoe (after 15 years). This was our first stay at Harvey's as the...More
- Krishnan R
We have traveled to Lake Tahoe many times and every time we stay in Stateline, we have stayed at the Horizon and last time Hard Rock Tahoe (after 15 years). This was our first stay at Harvey's as the last time the Hard Rock Lake Tahoe did not do that well for my parents & me. One thing you'll notice upon entering (and I saw the same thing at Harrah's Tahoe) was that most (if not all) check in counters are replaced by a touch screen (similar to an airport - automation at its finest). The only issue with that was my reservation was not pulled until I realized I did not change like I thought. Luckily, I was still able to get around the same rate as I booked for a couple of weeks later initially, but even then my reservation did not pull from the touch screen. But luckily a staff member was able to help me out, despite the mess taking almost over an hour (yes, it was my fault). We got room 728, and the room was amazing. Window was probably one of the largest (with a curved shape) facing a view of both Stateline and the mountains. The bathroom is probably one of the largest I have ever stayed at and even in 4-star hotels in India I have not seen such a thing so far (yet). One gripe of the bathroom was that there are no tubs (though Harveys did show tub/shower combo, which was misleading). However, the shower was very powerful with a lot of pressure and the sink water had a lot of pressure too (something lacking in Hard Rock next door). It's just a little bit of a shock, because every place we have stayed at, we are simply just too used to having a bathtub or if not a bathtub, something like a shower but also a shower tap to switch between the water/shower.Coming to the beds, just very comfortable and soft, even better than the bed at my home. Got a very good night's sleep on them. There is a Starbucks downstairs, which is very convenient at the times it's open. The issue is that they closed minutes before I showed up and their hours are limited whereas in Harrah's it's open daily till 8PM. Casinos are pretty good and we even saw a small concert near the bars. We did not get a chance to eat at any of the restaurants, so cannot comment on those. Overall, despite paying a little more than Hard Rock, for the price I paid, it was definitely worth the $$. If my parents & I return to Lake Tahoe, we will definitely stay here again.
Great room and better view
Harveys Lake Tahoe
I stayed at Harvey’s Lake Tahoe and it was really nice. Was upgraded to a suite with a fantastic view of Lake Tahoe. Harvey’s is owned by El Dorado now same as Harrah’s which is across the street and...More
- WhereintheusisMikey
I stayed at Harvey’s Lake Tahoe and it was really nice. Was upgraded to a suite with a fantastic view of Lake Tahoe. Harvey’s is owned by El Dorado now same as Harrah’s which is across the street and you can access it from underground. It’s a short walk to the shops and the gondola that takes you to Heavenly. I will definitely stay here again next time I’m in Tahoe.
Thin walls, can hear everything! Dated lobby, not welcoming.
Harveys Lake Tahoe
We stayed in the "luxury" room with 2 queen beds. The room itself isn't too bad. Large bathroom, decent size room and got a mini-fridge and coffee machine. Ok, now to the ugly...The walls are very...More
- Pham S
We stayed in the "luxury" room with 2 queen beds. The room itself isn't too bad. Large bathroom, decent size room and got a mini-fridge and coffee machine. Ok, now to the ugly...The walls are very thin. You can hear everything! Everytime someone walked in the next room, the floor shook, which shook our walls and bed -everytime. Not sure if the people next to us are just heavy-footed or what but this happened very frequently for every step. And they were very active walking around in their room. They were loud throughout the late night. It sucked. We could hear everything. And you can hear every person walking down the hallway too. Doors close heavy and loud. The casino is a bit dated, dark with no moving air. Lobby wasn't much of a lobby. Entry doors should be remodel. No automatic doors and entry to the hotel was not welcoming. Hallways are long and dark... reminded me of a particular horror film. Only place onsite with decent food and drinks were at Hell's Kitchen but of course thats quite a bit of spending each time. Luckily we were close enough to heavenly resort for more dining and shopping experience. I'll have to stay at Harrahs next time. It seems more inviting.
Harveys Lake Tahoe
Tripadvisor rating for this property
What a Dump
Stayed there for 3 nights this weekend. No one ever answers the phone, threre was no one at valet or check in and I asked the room service to clean the room...never happened. In addtion, parking is...More
Rob_McCarthy12345
Stayed there for 3 nights this weekend. No one ever answers the phone, threre was no one at valet or check in and I asked the room service to clean the room...never happened. In addtion, parking is scary. Glad I am not a woman. As one I'd be nervous to retrieve my car day or night.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Worst hotel stay in 45 years
Hotel room was out dated, no mini fridge, tv selector did not work, alarm clock was unplugged. Gaming tables were all closed during the morning. The escalator did not work going to Harrahs. Hotel did...More
kabosh53
Hotel room was out dated, no mini fridge, tv selector did not work, alarm clock was unplugged. Gaming tables were all closed during the morning. The escalator did not work going to Harrahs. Hotel did not have anywhere to eat breakfast for the entire family. I will think twice before returning to your establishment.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
First time stay was amazing
We have traveled to Lake Tahoe many times and every time we stay in Stateline, we have stayed at the Horizon and last time Hard Rock Tahoe (after 15 years). This was our first stay at Harvey's as the...More
Krishnan R
We have traveled to Lake Tahoe many times and every time we stay in Stateline, we have stayed at the Horizon and last time Hard Rock Tahoe (after 15 years). This was our first stay at Harvey's as the last time the Hard Rock Lake Tahoe did not do that well for my parents & me. One thing you'll notice upon entering (and I saw the same thing at Harrah's Tahoe) was that most (if not all) check in counters are replaced by a touch screen (similar to an airport - automation at its finest). The only issue with that was my reservation was not pulled until I realized I did not change like I thought. Luckily, I was still able to get around the same rate as I booked for a couple of weeks later initially, but even then my reservation did not pull from the touch screen. But luckily a staff member was able to help me out, despite the mess taking almost over an hour (yes, it was my fault). We got room 728, and the room was amazing. Window was probably one of the largest (with a curved shape) facing a view of both Stateline and the mountains. The bathroom is probably one of the largest I have ever stayed at and even in 4-star hotels in India I have not seen such a thing so far (yet). One gripe of the bathroom was that there are no tubs (though Harveys did show tub/shower combo, which was misleading). However, the shower was very powerful with a lot of pressure and the sink water had a lot of pressure too (something lacking in Hard Rock next door). It's just a little bit of a shock, because every place we have stayed at, we are simply just too used to having a bathtub or if not a bathtub, something like a shower but also a shower tap to switch between the water/shower.Coming to the beds, just very comfortable and soft, even better than the bed at my home. Got a very good night's sleep on them. There is a Starbucks downstairs, which is very convenient at the times it's open. The issue is that they closed minutes before I showed up and their hours are limited whereas in Harrah's it's open daily till 8PM. Casinos are pretty good and we even saw a small concert near the bars. We did not get a chance to eat at any of the restaurants, so cannot comment on those. Overall, despite paying a little more than Hard Rock, for the price I paid, it was definitely worth the $$. If my parents & I return to Lake Tahoe, we will definitely stay here again.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Great room and better view
I stayed at Harvey’s Lake Tahoe and it was really nice. Was upgraded to a suite with a fantastic view of Lake Tahoe. Harvey’s is owned by El Dorado now same as Harrah’s which is across the street and...More
WhereintheusisMikey
I stayed at Harvey’s Lake Tahoe and it was really nice. Was upgraded to a suite with a fantastic view of Lake Tahoe. Harvey’s is owned by El Dorado now same as Harrah’s which is across the street and you can access it from underground. It’s a short walk to the shops and the gondola that takes you to Heavenly. I will definitely stay here again next time I’m in Tahoe.
Tripadvisor rating for this property
Thin walls, can hear everything! Dated lobby, not welcoming.
We stayed in the "luxury" room with 2 queen beds. The room itself isn't too bad. Large bathroom, decent size room and got a mini-fridge and coffee machine. Ok, now to the ugly...The walls are very...More
Pham S
We stayed in the "luxury" room with 2 queen beds. The room itself isn't too bad. Large bathroom, decent size room and got a mini-fridge and coffee machine. Ok, now to the ugly...The walls are very thin. You can hear everything! Everytime someone walked in the next room, the floor shook, which shook our walls and bed -everytime. Not sure if the people next to us are just heavy-footed or what but this happened very frequently for every step. And they were very active walking around in their room. They were loud throughout the late night. It sucked. We could hear everything. And you can hear every person walking down the hallway too. Doors close heavy and loud. The casino is a bit dated, dark with no moving air. Lobby wasn't much of a lobby. Entry doors should be remodel. No automatic doors and entry to the hotel was not welcoming. Hallways are long and dark... reminded me of a particular horror film. Only place onsite with decent food and drinks were at Hell's Kitchen but of course thats quite a bit of spending each time. Luckily we were close enough to heavenly resort for more dining and shopping experience. I'll have to stay at Harrahs next time. It seems more inviting.