Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort, Cherokee

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  • The food is ok, spaghetti, garlic bread, salad, pie, chips, cake, soda. Nothing extravagant.... just everyday food.  more »
  • We did not stay in a room at the casino but we so enjoyed the band we saw.......Skidrow. We enjoyed playing/gambling a little and I love the Essence Bar. We have visited before and I love there are di...  more »
  • I visited the Casino several times while staying in Cherokee. The have a large Casino and wonderful staff , even security is pretty cool lol . They have plenty of games and a couple of bars Mrs Betty ...  more »
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  • You are playing with a machine that is programmed to take money. If you were given better odds it would at least be fun. only people gambling are people hoping to hit for at least a chance to play their games but it is an expensive loss opportunity with no hopes and little joy. Because you clearly see that you play well and if you were home playing the random chances would be different. Reason casinos will not remain in the future. Making people happy at winning at least a third of their money back would guarantee returnees. No free drinks..cigarette smoke even in non smoking area...uncomfortable chairs next to other people....kept trying to figure out...where do I put my purse...(in my lap).and making it ice cold inside...put clocks up...make it a fun natural place to at least throw your money away. (I had a thousand to lose but would have loved doing it ....if I had a least kept.....not just hoping every hand that if I have 4 of the right cards for 4 times that the fifth time I would get five right cards for a little big win. No joke of the house is a winner....always. Last time here was at least 5 years ago. I could have put my money in a fire...one bill at a time..and at least got warmth for a couple of seconds for each bill and seen before my very eyes that I was burning the money...but got some joy from being warm each and every time. That at least is hope and joy.Warmth each time....knowing i am getting warm each time if only for a moment. Losing every hand....every hand...you see before you a winning hand to lose every hand....the.joke is on me.
  • Fairly large casino. Rooms were sold out for online booking of a last minute trip decision. Stayed Saturday overnight, 2 miles away. The Buffet had a good selection of foods. No promotion available to join or for existing Total Reward members. The slots and tables were tight in my opinion. Not too many folks were walking away with any winnings that I could see. No complementary drinks for gamers except water. I left earlier than I expected. Would I visit again? Maybe, on a day other than Saturday and I would plan ahead so I could stay at Harrah's.
  • It's always crowded here, people playing games and enjoying their time. There are few nice restaurants here including a buffet that offers really nice selection of food options to choose from. For example on Sundays it's a seafood buffet. The casino is of course open 24/7 and beverages are served all the time. There are concerts hosted here oftentimes and ticket KIOSK are available to purchase tickets right away.
  • We had fun and they did a great job with the decor. We enjoyed the non-smoking gambling area and the cigarette smoke in the main area was tolerable (well ventilated). Ate dinner at Brio. Our server Micah was great and the meal delicious. The casino is designed well and everything was clean and sleek. The hotel looked beautiful, but we only stopped in for dinner and a little slot time.
  • I went here for the first time today and had a great time. I did not bring home any big winnings but I didn't lose any money either. Since it was my first trip, they gave me $50 to play on for free. I used that money all day and ended up bringing home $26 of it. Alcoholic beverages were not free. I paid $9 for a whiskey and coke, which seems kind of high. If fact, most things I saw seemed high. $3 for a snickers in the food court. $7 for a slice of pizza. $32 for the buffet upstairs. I will say though, my only other casino experience was at Quincy's 777 in Shorter, AL. There, everything was cheap and I ended up going home with $200 that I won. I want to say you could get a burger, fries and a drink for less that $4 there, but that was back in 2009 or so. Smoke was about the same in both places. Yes it's not pleasant unless you smoke too, but to me it's not a total deal breaker. It's just part of the experience. I got to see a guy win $600 and a lady won $200 on a penny slot that I had stepped away from not 5 minutes earlier, so people were winning there. Overall, it was a fun day, but I think they could do a little better with the prices on things. Non alcoholic drinks were free.