Harrah's Entertainment is offering the "Buffet of Buffets" at its hotels in Las Vegas for an unheard of price of $39.99 for their Total Rewards members and $59.99 for non-members. If you want to save the $6, sign up for a Total Rewards card and they'll even be so kind as to send you some room specials for your next trip to Las Vegas.
Buffet of Buffets Package Details
The room and buffet of buffet package comes with two Buffet of Buffets passes. Guests must be booked for two or more nights and package must be booked using the property links on the website. A maximum of two 24-hour, all-access Buffet of Buffets passes are issued under this package irrespective of the number of room nights and the number of guests booked under the reservation.
Passes are valid at these Las Vegas properties: Harrahs, Flamingo, Paris, Planet Hollywood and Rio. Upgrade fee applies to Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace and Carnival World & Seafood Buffet at Rio Las Vegas per person per visit.
Buffets Included in the Package
There are plenty of buffets in Vegas included in this special. Here's where you can eat:
- Caesars Palace, Bachannal Buffet (added cost)
- Flamingo, Paradise Garden Buffet
- Harrah’s Las Vegas, Flavors
- The Quad, Emperor’s Buffet
- Paris Las Vegas, Le Village Buffet
- Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Spice Market Buffet
- Rio-All Suite Hotel & Casino, Carnival World Buffet
The best way to take advantage of the buffet package is to wake up around 8 a.m. and get in a hefty meal. (Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, after all!) Start off the day with the Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas for the amazing crepes or a baguette and butter. Before lunch, cruise over to Caesars Palace and have a few desserts just to keep your energy levels up.
For lunch, walk over to Harrah's. Hopefully, a few sushi rolls will be out there for you as well as some of that Brazilian BBQ. You might as well grab a slice of pizza, too, if you still have some room left.
Later in the afternoon, swing by for a quick snack at the Imperial Palace. A plate of peel-and-eat shrimp with cocktail sauce and a beer might be enough, but, if they have any of the shellfish just sitting in a sauce that begs for bread dipping, you might have to go for it.
Dinner in Las Vegas is typically eaten later in the evening, and after you've been eating at buffets all day, you'll most likely want to wait until at least 8 p.m. before having your next big meal. You may also need to take a few long walks just to make room for a bit more sustenance. This is the main event and where you really get your money's worth. Pile the crab legs high and have at it. Or, go for a surf and turf combo and add in a slab of steak, grilled to perfection. Of course, end the night with as much dessert as you want.
Who says you can't have your cake and eat it too?