Guests at Harrah's, one of Las Vegas' older casinos, trade off low ceilings for affordable, center-Strip convenience. The most basic accommodations, either smoking or non-smoking, come with one king or two queen-size beds with pillow-top mattresses and basic amenities (hair dryer, iron, and so forth). There's a pool, salon, and spa, while the old food court has been ditched in favor of the more upscale Fulton Street Food Hall, with its emphasis on fresh food prepared around the clock. In addition, the outdoor Carnaval Court features live bands, DJs, flair bartenders, and blackjack for a non-stop party. The casino includes live poker and keno, and a race and sports book.