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The Harrah’s New Orleans Casino and entertainment facility is located in the heart of the city, only steps from the French Quarter, notorious for its fun. This Non-smoking facility is also at the center of other tourist venues such as 17,000 hotel rooms, hundreds of the world’s best restaurants and the mighty Mississippi River, to name a few. Harrah’s has the best location in New Orleans and also has a gorgeous new tower!
Harrah’s New Orleans Casino gives you one more reason to love New Orleans. Each of the Harrah’s five distinct courts give you non-stop gaming among the charms of the city, past and present.
In the Jazz Court you’ll be enveloped by the sweet sounds of live jazz, the pulse of the city. Listen to singers croon their sultry songs under a moonlit sky and a canopy of moss-covered oaks.
The casino’s grand foyer also includes 55-foot ceilings with artificial fireflies and an artificial “live” oak tree more than five stories tall with limbs spanning 50 feet over the casino.
In the Mardi Gras Court, it’s always Carnival time! Here, you can holler “throw me somethin’ mister” at parade floats every day of the year – and join the frivolity of the French Quarter.
If the rum-smuggling rapscallion pirates of Barataria tickle your fancy, the Smuggler’s Court is your treasure! Here you can walk the decks of Jean Lafitte’s ship and get caught in the waters of a stormy sea. But beware, matey! Jean Lafitte is watching from the mast of his wrecked ship!
If you prefer a more genteel lifestyle, the Court of the Mansion is your destination. Sip a glass of champagne offered by a butler.
Attend a garden party in an old fashioned gazebo. And get swept away by the stunning architecture of the Garden District. Here you’ll be treated like Southern nobility.
The New Orleans dining experiences that await you at the famous John Besh Steakhouse and Ruth Chris Steakhouse will make you wanting more. The World Class Buffet speaks for itself.
The founder of New Orleans, Jean Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de Bienville, invites high rollers to join him in the Court of Good Fortune. Here, you’ll find high-stakes gaming in a lavish garden of gilded palm trees. King Midas has touched this court at every turn! Maybe he’ll touch you, too!