The 750-room Harveys Lake Tahoe in Nevada is in the midst of a number of major enhancement projects set to debut this year, including a renovation to all 519 guest rooms in the Lake Tower, the opening of a celebrity chef-driven restaurant, and a new casino bar and lounge experience. All told, the projects represent $41 million in upgrades.
The gaming resort's Lake Tower renovations, to be completed in June, will give the rooms a fresh, modern new look inspired by nature and the seasons. The spacious rooms will feature a neutral color palette with wood accents and linen textures throughout, and plush carpeting in a deep blue chevron pattern that references the lake outside. New guest bathrooms will feature dark quartz stone and dark iron accents.
Every room will have plenty of charging ports and a flat-screen TV. A combination desk-dresser will have ample workspace, task lighting, storage drawers and a concealed minifridge. A dining area near the windows will allow guests to sit and gaze at the mountain or lake views to take in the natural beauty of Lake Tahoe.
The new on-site celebrity-chef restaurant, Gordan Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen Lake Tahoe, has just opened for business. Design and menu elements are pulled directly from the long-running TV show, as is the high-energy atmosphere.
A new casino bar and lounge experience will open later this year.
Harveys has 25,000 square feet of meeting space on the second floor, away from the casino area. Among the venues are the elegant 9,230-square-foot Emerald Bay Ballroom, which features a large prefunction space, and 17 versatile meeting rooms.