My wife and I booked 3 nights in Reno, after 2 nights in Reno we had enough of the biggest little city so we decided to check out of our hotel in Reno and head to South Lake Tahoe/Stateline. In hindsight we should have stayed in Lake Tahoe two nights but next trip out there I guess. I did a quick online check of hotels and availability for Stateline and looking at photos decided on Harvey’s as it appeared closer to the lake than the other Harrah’s hotel across the street. We wanted a lake view and were willing to pay the price for one. Harveys did not disappoint, our lake view room was great, large room with large bathroom as well. Best of all we got what we wanted, a spectacular view of the lake from the 14th floor. Sunset was awesome against the snow packed mountains and calm lake. Staff we encountered from front desk to casino floor and sports bar restaurant were helpful and friendly, really a nice change from our staff experience in Reno. A pleasant surprise was Harveys is part of the Total Rewards hotel/casino properties and so I got to use my players card that I normally only use on my Las Vegas trips. Just a few things to expect when booking a room here. First off expect to pay an additional $50 per night in resort fee’s, taxes, and parking above the advertised room price. So if your room is say $100 advertisement add an additional $50 for the fee’s, I don’t gamble enough to get the higher level of Players card for parking fee’s to get waived but you do get $3 off of parking if you get a Total Rewards card. The only other minor issue with my room was the lack of power sources to charge your devices such as cell phone and laptop. Hotel management should update the lamps on the bedside nightstands to include the USB/electric outlets for charging phones. Other than that we enjoyed our one night stay in beautiful Lake Tahoe. Next trip I’ll stay at Harvey’s again.