Harrah's Laughlin

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Harrah's Laughlin
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Location Laughlin, Nevada, U.S.
Address 2900 South Casino Drive
Opening date August 29, 1988; 28 years ago (August 29, 1988)
Theme Mexican Riviera and Pavilion
No. of rooms 1,561
Total gaming space 56,357 sq ft (5,235.7 m2)
Notable restaurants Beach Café
Fresh Market Square Buffet
Guy Fieri's El Burro Borracho
The Range Steakhouse
Owner Caesars Entertainment Corporation
Previous names Harrah's Del Rio
Website Official website

Harrah's Laughlin is a hotel and casino located in Laughlin, Nevada. It has 1,561 rooms, including 115 suites, as well as a 56,357 sq ft (5,235.7 m2) casino. There are several restaurants, a poker room, keno and a race and sports book.[1]


The casino opened on August 29, 1988 with the 15-story South Tower and the 18-story Central Tower making up the hotel. In 1992, construction of the 20-story North Tower was completed. The South and Central Towers operate as adult-only facilities, and the North Tower serves as the family tower of the hotel.

Harrah's Laughlin was the site of the River Run Riot, a fight between the Hells Angels and the Mongols during the annual Laughlin River Run. Three people were killed during the fighting.

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Coordinates: 35°08′40″N 114°34′37″W / 35.144478°N 114.577065°W / 35.144478; -114.577065