Your Ultimate Guide to Lake Tahoe Casinos
Ready To Hit The Tables?
Find Which Casino ~ Is Right For You
Let’s face it: sometimes it doesn’t really matter what casino you hit when you’re ready to go gambling in Lake Tahoe. “Just show me the nearest table,” you might say. And while on the surface, most Lake Tahoe casinos offer seemingly similar, complete entertainment experiences, look a little closer. What you just might find is how far they really are apart. And we’re here to help you prepare ahead of time which one of the many Lake Tahoe casinos might best suit you.
South Lake Tahoe Casinos
Lake Views ~ In The Background
Hard Rock Casino Lake Tahoe
Amazing Views ~ As You Gamble
When you just can’t stand to take your eyes off that beautiful lake, you come to the Hard Rock in Tahoe. Amazing views as you gamble, it also hosts all kinds of special events like UFC viewing parties and “Rockin’ Block Parties.” We think the best restaurant is The Oyster Bar, which was the first-ever bar of its kind on Tahoe's south shore. Be sure to fuel up at Fuel before you take on your day. It is a coffee shop in the casino that serves a high-octane assortment of specialty coffees and other beverages to kick-start your day.
Harrah's Lake Tahoe
Treat Yourself To A Prime Cut ~ Or Delicious Seafood
Even the most casual gambler knows the name Harrah’s. And when you visit their Lake Tahoe casino, it’s just what you would expect. Big-time gaming (it holds World Series of Poker qualifying tournaments), entertainment, and leisure activities at every turn. We recommend taking any winnings over to one of the best steakhouses in Tahoe, Friday’s Station, and treat yourself to a prime cut of beef or some delicious seafood. If you’re feeling a bit antsy from sitting around all day, head to PEEK nightclub and get your groove on with some of the hottest DJs in the region.
Harvey's Lake Tahoe
Home To The ~ Summer Concert Series
Like Harrah’s, Harvey’s is owned by Caesars. But once you arrive, you’ll quickly realize you’re in for an entirely different experience. In addition to more than 100 gambling tables across 88,000 square feet of gaming space, it’s also home to a Summer Concert Series that attracts some of the biggest names in music. Plan your next casino-based Tahoe vacation around an outdoor show and jam to some great tunes from international stars...while you dance underneath a few of them, yourself.
Lakeside Inn and Casino
An Award Winner ~ That Locals Want To Keep Secret
A frequent “Best of Tahoe Awards” winner, this is the spot that the locals don’t want you to know about. Why? Because the friendly staff treats everyone like a local at Lakeside, with great meal and beer deals from award-winning restaurants, gorgeous views of the Sierras and Mt. Tallac, and a lakeside activities calendar you can practically plan your whole vacation around.
Montbleu South Lake Tahoe
Montbleu South Lake Tahoe is a casino resort rivals anything that Vegas has to offer, with world-class dining and a high-caliber nightlife all its own. Grab a delicious steak at Tahoe’s only 4-diamond restaurant, Ciera. Take in the latest game (and bet on it, too) at The Zone Sports Bar and Sportsbook. Get grooving with the go-go dancers at Opal Ultra Lounge, or just sit back and enjoy one of their marquee shows. Your options here, are endless.
North Lake Tahoe Casinos
A Quieter And ~ More Personal Atmosphere
Crystal Bay Club Casino
Low-Key Atmosphere ~ High-Stakes Gambling
Looking for a low-key atmosphere for some high-stakes gambling? Then Crystal Bay is where you should come to play. Nostalgia is also prominent here, as they book many cover bands to bring back pleasant memories of your past. But you’ll create new ones, too, when you try your hand at one of their open tables or bet on your favorite team at their on-site sportsbook. Built in the 1940s and renovated in the late 90s, this casino is rich in history, and we hope it will make you rich as well.
Hyatt Regency Resort & Casino
Known For ~ Its Pampering
Known primarily as a luxury hotel and for its pampering Stillwater Spa & Salon packages, this Tahoe Hyatt is also home to the 20,000 square-feet, Grand Lodge Casino. Open 24/7, it boasts more than 250 slots, over 20 table games, a live poker room, and even its own sportsbook. And it’s all nestled discretely in the woods and right on the lake.
Tahoe Biltmore Lodge & Casino
Hang Out ~ For Special Events
Similar to the Hyatt’s casino, the Tahoe Biltmore is around the same size and offers similar gaming options. But what separates it from the rest are their ridiculous specials during happy hour that are offered each and every day of the week. So maximize your time by getting there when it starts at 3pm, and then hang around until one of their weekly poker tournaments or special events begins.
What Do You Feel Like Today?
So Many Options ~ For Any Mood You're In
So ask yourself: what do you feel like today? A big-time casino chain with elaborate shows and a bustling nightlife? Or a more quaint, low-key gaming experience where maybe you can sit back and catch the big game? Chance are, one of these casinos will cater to whatever you’re mood for on any given day. In fact, we’d probably bet on it.
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