The combined Harrah’s Lake Tahoe and Harveys Lake Tahoe Resort Casino hotel operation continues to be the largest casino-resort in Lake Tahoe, Nev., and a series of renovations and new group offerings help pave the way for Lake Tahoe’s South Shore to amp up its meetings game.
The 512-room Harrah’s Lake Tahoe recently underwent a complete renovation of the third-to-11th-floor guest rooms as well as a full remodel of its 17,000-sf Special Events Center. The guest rooms feature a brand-new look using a neutral palette of grays and silvers, matched by black-and-white photos. The Special Events Center now includes all-new furniture, fixtures and equipment, and a high-tech sound and lighting system. The space can be divided into several meeting and convention spaces that can accommodate up to 1,200 attendees in a theater-style setting. The property also opened the new Highlander Bar at its 18th-floor Forest Buffet and offers late-night dining for groups long after the meeting is over from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.
While there are no new updates to the 742-room Harveys Lake Tahoe, it’s still entertaining attendees as the oldest ongoing casino operation at Lake Tahoe. It is also gearing up for its Lake Tahoe Outdoor Summer Concert Series, with acts such as Paul Simon, Sammy Hagar, Lenny Kravitz, Jack Johnson and The Who performing this season. Groups looking to fill their evenings with laughter can also check out The Improv Comedy Club in the Cabaret Theater at Harveys.