Harrah's Cherokee Casino and Hotel


Address, Phone Number, and General Info

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: 777 Casino Drive, Cherokee, NC 28719

Local Phone Number

: (828) 497-7777

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: Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians


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Harrah's Cherokee Casino and Hotel is located in Cherokee, North Carolina, and is an Indian-owned hotel-casino. Featuring the classic table games blackjack as well as a live poker room, Harrah's Cherokee Casino and Hotel is also home to seven restaurants.


Gambling & Gaming Choices

Table Games








Card Room


Texas Holdem


Slots Options


Video Poker



Card Room Details

Poker at Harrah's Cherokee Casino and Hotel Indian-Owned 
777 Casino Drive
Cherokee, NC 28719
Phone:  (828) 497-7777
Number of tables:  10
Smoke-Free:  Yes
Games available: texas holdem (limit, no limit)



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Lobby Cafe (Casual/Caf´┐Ż)
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Latest News

Harrah's Cherokee Casino betting on card dealers

Asheville Citizen-Times, Tuesday, January 26, 2010 at 9:06:05 AM

Managers at Harrah's Cherokee Casino and Hotel are betting on getting live card dealers as part of an expansion that will double table-game areas.

Tucked away inside the new gambling floor will be a room reserved for poker card games, which are not currently allowed in the agreement the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians has with North Carolina.

Principal Chief Michell Hicks said Monday he was confident talks with the state would restart soon on allowing Las Vegas-style card dealers. the rest

Alcohol coming to gamblers on Cherokee casino floor

Asheville Citizen-Times, Friday, December 4, 2009 at 9:39:29 AM

A state attorney's opinion appears to clear the way for Harrah's Cherokee Casino to serve alcohol to players on the casino floor.

Tribal voters approved casino alcohol sales in June, and the hotel and casino have begun selling beer, wine and mixed drinks in its restaurants and lounges and as part of room service.

But the tribal Alcoholic Beverage Control board held off on allowing sales on the casino floor because it wasn't sure how to interpret a state rule that prohibits alcohol sellers from allowing gambling. the rest

Alcohol trickles into Cherokee casino

Asheville Citizen-Times, Sunday, November 22, 2009 at 9:43:00 AM

Players at Harrah's Cherokee Casino can now have a stiff drink between games. And under an arrangement approved last week by state officials, their purchase will benefit both Swain and Jackson counties.

Regulators in Raleigh also are considering whether beer, wine and liquor can be sold to players on the casino floor. Eastern Band of Cherokee officials hope to have floor sales within a month.

The decisions are the final steps toward implementing the alcohol sales that tribal voters approved for the casino in June. the rest

Harrah's Cherokee Casino builds the future

Smoky Mountain News, Thursday, July 16, 2009 at 11:40:32 AM

The Cherokee Nation and Harrah's pulled out all the stops to mark start of construction on a third hotel tower at the tribe's casino -- an addition that will make the property the largest hotel in the state.

The $633 million work is also the largest construction project in the state, according to Lynn Minges, assistant secretary of tourism, marketing and global branding, who came from Raleigh for the breakfast event and groundbreaking last Friday (July 10).

Also speaking at the event were Principal Chief Michell Hicks of the Eastern Band of Cherokees; Norma Moss, chair of the Tribal Casino Gaming Enterprise; Darold Londo, senior vice president and general manager of Harrah's Cherokee Casino & Hotel; John Payne, Central Division president of Harrah's Entertainment; and Ken Leach, executive vice president of Turner Construction, the company building the hotel tower. the rest

Cherokee casino to be dry no more

Smoky Mountain News, Wednesday, June 10, 2009 at 2:31:51 PM

When Beverly Easton came to Harrah's Cherokee Casino for the first time and realized there was no drinking, she wondered how an alcohol-free casino could even exist.

"I think it is a deterrent," said Easton, who was visiting Harrah's from Charlotte last Thursday. "You come here to have fun and relax, and having a cocktail is part of it."

Such an integral part, in fact, that when Linda Moutray tried to orchestrate her five sisters to shift the venue of their annual rendezvous from Las Vegas to Cherokee, it was a deal killer.

"I thought, 'Let's all come here instead,' but they wouldn't because there's not alcohol," said Moutray of Gainesville, Ga.

That's all about to change, however. Spurred by the promise of bigger revenues, the Cherokee people voted "yes" in a ballot measure last Thursday (June 4) that will allow drink sales at the casino. The casino will become the only place on the Cherokee Reservation, known as the Qualla Boundary, where beer, wine or liquor can be sold or served. the rest

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Comments, Reviews & Trip Reports

Author: anonymous
Posted: Tuesday, November 6, 2012
About: Noodle Bar
“Noodles soup really tested plain water no flavor at all, I rather eat at McDonalds.”

Author: OpPride
Posted: Tuesday, November 6, 2012
About: Noodle Bar
“I do not recommend you to eat there because Pho noodles tested like shit.

Author: Rick
Posted: Saturday, April 2, 2011
“If you want to waste your money and enjoy gaming, find a free casino online and burn your money in your fire place.”

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