Harrah’s and Harveys Lake Tahoe Announce Paid Parking Plan for Both Properties

Parking Fee Schedule Begins Monday, July 30

Consistent with the paid parking programs at Caesars Entertainment properties in Las Vegas in 2016, the company announced a Harrah’s and Harveys Lake Tahoe paid parking program to begin Monday, July 30.

This new parking policy covers valet and self-parking and operate continuously, 24/7, throughout the year. Different parking rates will apply to high season (summer and ski season) and low demand season, and will be fixed at $25 for self-park and $30 for valet parking during special event days, including outdoor concerts, Celebrity Golf and designated holidays.

Platinum and above Total Rewards guests will continue to self-park for free.

Complimentary valet will also be available for Platinum and above Total Rewards guests. Discounts are available for Gold Total Rewards guests. Parking charges for non-Total Rewards hotel guests can be billed to their room. For years, many people who are not patrons or guests of the casinos have parked in the casinos’ lots, displacing many hotel and gaming guests. The initiative is intended to improve the parking experience for guests.

“With the exception of the hotel casinos at Lake Tahoe, paid parking has been the norm at resorts and hotels in tourist-oriented destinations for many years,” said Xenia Wunderlich, General Manager for Harrah’s and Harveys Lake Tahoe. “Guests who stay, game and recreate at our two Tahoe resorts have said that parking spaces and valet services have become increasingly scarce, so we believe that implementing a paid parking program will help address these issues.”

A sample of some of the new paid parking rates for “high season” includes the following features:
· First hour for self-parking at Harrah’s and Harveys is free.
· Self-parking up to four (4) hours is $10 and four (4) to 24 hours is $13.
· Valet parking is $15 for zero (0) to four (4) hours and $20, four (4) to 24 hours.
· Valet and self-parking is always free for Platinum, Diamond and Seven Star Total Rewards members.
· Gold Total Rewards guests receive a $3 self-park and a $2 valet park discount year ‘round.
· Locals dining in any Caesars Entertainment-owned outlet or shopping in any outlet at either property will receive free, validated parking (with purchase) from that outlet.
· “Locals” are defined as those persons residing anywhere within the Lake Tahoe basin, Carson City/Carson Valley, Minden and Gardnerville, Nevada.

Complete details for the new programs at Harrah’s and Harveys Lake Tahoe are available online at the Caesars Entertainment parking website: www.caesars.com/parking. (Click on the tab for either Harrah’s Lake Tahoe or Harveys Lake Tahoe.) Details are also available by calling the Caesars Self-Parking Call Center at: (702) 794-3356. For details about Caesars Entertainment’s Total Rewards loyalty program, please visit our website


About Caesars Entertainment
Caesars Entertainment is the world’s most diversified casino-entertainment provider and the most geographically diverse U.S. casino-entertainment company. Since its beginning in Reno, Nevada, in 1937, Caesars Entertainment has grown through development of new resorts, expansions and acquisitions and its portfolio of subsidiaries now operate 47 casinos in 13 U.S. states and five countries. Caesars Entertainment’s resorts operate primarily under the Caesars®, Harrah’s® and Horseshoe® brand names. Caesars Entertainment’s portfolio also includes the Caesars Entertainment UK family of casinos. Caesars Entertainment is focused on building loyalty and value with its guests through a unique combination of great service, excellent products, unsurpassed distribution, operational excellence and technology leadership. Caesars Entertainment is committed to environmental sustainability and energy conservation and recognizes the importance of being a responsible steward of the environment. For more information, please visit www.caesars.com.

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  1. indian casinos, higher limits, better entertainment, now I am over 65, disabled and for 50 days here a year $750 with tip. employees say the casinos are dead for high stakes poker, bj craps for 9 months of the yr. places to eat are better not in the casino, just drive a mile and free parking. vegas is a whole different ball game.

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