Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Hotel has 300 rooms available, plus a decent lineup of dining options to cater to their guests.
Read on to learn more about Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River in Murphy, NC. Looking for info about the more established Harrah’s Cherokee Resort in Cherokee, NC instead? Check out our article here.
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What Are Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Resort Rooms Like?
The rooms are generally quite nice, with luxury finishes and bedding for discerning guests.
You’ve got your standard options like 1 king bed or 2 queen-sized beds for the rooms. Furnishings include a couch and seating area, plus a refrigerator for the food and drinks you want to bring along with you. Like the Harrah’s Cherokee Resort about an hour away, the room costs are very reasonable during the week, but pricey on the weekend. If you’re staying during the week, rates consistently hover around $100 a night. If you’re looking to enjoy the room over a weekend night, rate are way up in the $400 range. If you’re a Caesars Rewards member, and you’ve got a history of gaming at the casino, you can be offered discounted or even free rooms, so that’s definitely worth a look. Check out the Caesars Rewards website here to sign up.
Visit the Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River website here to look for room availability and pricing.
What Are The Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Dining Options?
Whether you’re looking for a quick meal to fill you up and get you back to gaming, or a fine dining experience, Harrah’s Cherokee has you covered. Here’s the lineup by category:
- Casual Dining. Expect most meals to be $8 – $10 here.
- Nathan’s Famous – classic hot dogs with all sorts of toppings available, plus burgers, chicken sandwiches, and more options. If you see Joey Chestnut lurking around here, DO NOT challenge him to a hot dog eating contest. It’s a hustle.
- Panda Express – casual Asian cuisine and wok plates like Orange Chicken and Broccoli Beef.
- Moe’s Southwest Grill – burritos, quesadillas and tacos, oh my! Good, fast Mexican food and an array of salsas.
- Starbucks – You know what this is. Coffee, donuts and other baked goods.
- Earl of Sandwich – sandwiches. Enough said.
- Sit Down Dining
- The Landing Cafe – A casual sit-down restaurant with a broad menu featuring soups, salads, sandwiches, pizzas, steaks, and pasta entrees. 14-inch pizzas start around $15, sandwiches and salads range from $10 – $15, steaks run $35 – $40, and other entrees are in the $25 range. Click here to check out The Landing Cafe menu and browse your options.
The Harrah’s Cherokee Valley food court has several options available to fit your appetite.