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Harrah's Cherokee Valley River

Casino Group:
Caesars Entertainment
Location:
Murphy, NC

An enterprise of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation, Harrah's Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel is located in Murphy, North Carolina. We feature 50,000 square feet of gaming space with over 1,000 slots and 70 traditional table games, a five-outlet Food Market and a 300-room, full-service hotel.

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Statement from Harrah's Cherokee regarding Phased Reopening

Published May 8th at 9:00AM
Almost sixty days after closing their doors to help slow the spread of COVID-19, Harrah's Cherokee Casinos will begin a gradual reopening of Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort and Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River on Monday, May 18, 2020.

As the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) and North Carolina begin to lay out a framework for easing restrictions relating to the pandemic, the casinos are looking forward to a return to operation, but with extensive health and safety precautions in place for the safety of employees and guests. Areas such as the gaming floor, hotel and some restaurants, where social distancing can be practiced will be the first to open, with significant limitations on occupancy. Areas where social distancing is not possible, such as the spa, valet, poker, buffet and concerts, will have to remain closed until it is appropriate to reopen.

To make social distancing possible, access to the casinos will be by invitation only at first with small groups of customers receiving the invitation by email starting as early as May 13. During this initial phase, only invited guests will be able to make hotel reservations, or access the properties. The number of invitations may increase over time as it becomes appropriate to do so. Members of the EBCI will also be able to access both casinos during this period of time.

Given this phased reopening, furloughed employees will begin returning to work as their respective work areas ramp up operation. Before beginning work, each employee will complete a screening, which will include a questionnaire and temperature check, and be required to wear a face mask while on duty.

Reflecting on the closure, Brooks Robinson, Senior Vice President and General Manager said "This is uncharted territory for the casino industry, but what is clear is that when we return to work it will not be exactly as it was prior to closing. We look forward to welcoming back our guests and team members, also understanding that social distancing is going to be a part of our business and lives for a while."
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Things to do at Harrah's Cherokee Valley River

UltraStar Multi-tainment Center

The UltraStar Multi-tainment Center features bowling on 24 lanes, a brand new restaurant, a game center, and a VIP 21+ second level! Located on the North end of the casino.

Local Attractions

The Cherokee Indian Reservation blends natural beauty, rich Indian culture, and exciting family attractions into an ideal vacation destination.Located in the westernmost region of North Carolina, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park shapes our northern boundary, and the North Carolina entrance to the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway is only a mile away. Visitors to the area enjoy year-round activities like hiking, whitewater rafting, canoeing, and some of the best trout fishing in America.

Golf near Cherokee Valley River

While staying at Harrah’s Cherokee, golfers can play with preferred access at one of the top new golf courses in the country, the par-72 Sequoyah National Golf Club.Nestled among the oak, fir and flowered valleys, this Robert Trent Jones II design offers golfers in Gatlinburg, Cherokee and beyond an idyllic 18 hole journey, filled with scenic vistas, beautiful landscapes and challenging golf.

The Landing Cafe

Start your day off right with a hearty breakfast at The Landing Café. Whether you’re a little peckish or seeking a good southern breakfast, we are happy to serve!No matter what you’re craving, The Landing Cafe is sure to suit your taste buds. From our first class burgers to crab cakes that would make you swear you were on the Chesapeake Bay.

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Statement from Harrah's Cherokee regarding Phased Reopening

Published May 8th at 9:00AM
Almost sixty days after closing their doors to help slow the spread of COVID-19, Harrah's Cherokee Casinos will begin a gradual reopening of Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort and Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River on Monday, May 18, 2020.

As the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) and North Carolina begin to lay out a framework for easing restrictions relating to the pandemic, the casinos are looking forward to a return to operation, but with extensive health and safety precautions in place for the safety of employees and guests. Areas such as the gaming floor, hotel and some restaurants, where social distancing can be practiced will be the first to open, with significant limitations on occupancy. Areas where social distancing is not possible, such as the spa, valet, poker, buffet and concerts, will have to remain closed until it is appropriate to reopen.

To make social distancing possible, access to the casinos will be by invitation only at first with small groups of customers receiving the invitation by email starting as early as May 13. During this initial phase, only invited guests will be able to make hotel reservations, or access the properties. The number of invitations may increase over time as it becomes appropriate to do so. Members of the EBCI will also be able to access both casinos during this period of time.

Given this phased reopening, furloughed employees will begin returning to work as their respective work areas ramp up operation. Before beginning work, each employee will complete a screening, which will include a questionnaire and temperature check, and be required to wear a face mask while on duty.

Reflecting on the closure, Brooks Robinson, Senior Vice President and General Manager said "This is uncharted territory for the casino industry, but what is clear is that when we return to work it will not be exactly as it was prior to closing. We look forward to welcoming back our guests and team members, also understanding that social distancing is going to be a part of our business and lives for a while."