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Review of Harrah’s Cherokee Casino and Hotel, North Carolina

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Harrah's Cherokee Casino and Hotel

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One of the closest gambling destinations to downtown Atlanta is located in the mountains of western North Carolina at Harrah’s Cherokee. It is owned by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and operated by the vast Caesar’s Entertainment gaming empire. Because it is the only casino in the state of North Carolina and one of the closest gambling properties to the Atlanta, Charlotte, and Knoxville regions, patrons frequently travel several hours for a visit.

Visitors of Harrah’s Cherokee will find some significant differences between it and most other casinos. The property offers some form of most common casino games, like blackjack, craps, roulette, and even poker, but laws restrict the use of actual playing cards, so most games are offered in electronic form. It takes a little while to get used to, but most players adapt to the differences fairly quickly. Revisions in gambling regulations made in 2011 will soon allow the site to offer the traditional versions of casino games that most gamblers recognize. Also, unlike most other casinos around the country, which provide complimentary alcohol to gambling patrons, Harrah’s Cherokee requires its guests to purchase adult beverages.

Harrah’s Cherokee began a period major renovation and expansion in 2011 to bolster the amenities they can offer to guests. The hotel is comprised of over 1,000 rooms and more than 100 suites. The complex currently houses a pool, workout room, and large convention center. It also has several restaurant options including a traditional casino style buffet and several other smaller dining options with a variety of Asian cuisine. In addition, it boosts a partnership with Paula Deen and a Ruth’s Chris Steak House.

For more information:

Harrah’s Cherokee official website

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