I found the check in and check out process to be very simple. I asked for an early check-in and was granted it immediately. My room was spacious and clean but extremely antiquated. I expected to see more modern amenities and did not. The hotel had a smell of something I am unable to describe. It was like they had a floral type air freshener throughout the entire facility. At first, it was extremely nauseating however, my body acclimated to the smell and it was unrecognizable near the end of my trip.I was extremely alarmed and disappointed to learn that this facility charges you $8 a day to self-park and $13 a day for valet parking. I always thought the valet parking was a free service. Not at Hardee’s! I’m not sure if this is a common theme in other resort type towns, but this shocked me. I found the food options at Harveys boring. There is a restaurant downstairs called Ta Co they have good food. I was forced to choose a meal that I would not normally pick because they were limited on what they could serve off their menu that evening. I stayed at this restaurant because I could not find any other options inside of Harvey’s (other then pizza, which I don’t eat) and I was fading fast. I asked around trying to find some sort of coffee shop that served sandwiches burgers that type of food and I was directed to go outside and down the street. I was alone on this trip and was not comfortable walking down the road at night by myself to try and find chicken strips and fries. I heard there was a buffet somewhere but I never could find it. The cocktail staff around the slot machines were amazing. The staff at the tables were not so sweet. I was delivered the wrong drink twice. When I explain to the server she gave me attitude.The card dealers were fun and engaging.Overall the machines were extremely tight. If I return to Tahoe I would not stay at Harvey’s again.