Casino Near Clearwater Beach Fl



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Our location right on Clearwater Beach means you are steps away from its famous white sands drenched with Florida sunshine. Up the beach, visit Winter the Dolphin and her friends at Clearwater Marine Aquarium, charter a fishing boat and cast a line, or hop aboard the Caladesi Island Ferry. Find 852 listings related to Harrahs Hotel And Casino in Clearwater Beach on YP.com. See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for Harrahs Hotel And Casino locations in Clearwater Beach, FL.

Casino

Sun-Thurs
Fri & Sat

10:00 AM – 5:00 AM
24 hours

Table Games

Mon-Wed
Thurs-Fri
Sat
Sun

2:00 PM – 12:00 AM
2:00 PM – 2:00 AM
12:00 PM – 2:00 AM
12:00 PM – 12:00 AM

Keno

Temporarily Closed

Gift Shop

Sun-Thurs
Fri & Sat

12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
12:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Agate Pass Deli

Daily

11:00 AM – 2:00 AM

The Clearwater

Fri & Sat

5:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Beach Glass Café

Daily
Fri & Sat

8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Beach Bru

Daily
Fri & Sat

8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
4:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Salish Kitchen
Food Hall

Temporarily Closed

Corner Counter

Temporarily Closed

Beach Rock
Music & Sports

Temporarily Closed

Hidden Cove Bar

Fri & Sat

5:00 PM – 12:00 AM

Center Bar

Daily

10:00 AM – 1:30 AM

Angeline Spa

Wed-Sun

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Players Club

Mon-Fri
Sat & Sun

10:00 AM – 3:00 AM
7:00 AM – 3:00 AM

Clearwater

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Must be 18+ to play in Casino and 21+ to enter the lounge

Non-Smoking

Clearwater Casino Resort is currently 100% smoke-free. There are designated smoking areas on 4th floor West Garage, 1st floor East Garage and outside the Main Entrance for guests.

Children in the Casino

Children are not permitted in the Casino. They are permitted to walk through the Casino while accompanied by an adult while walking to The Clearwater Restaurant, Salish Kitchen Food Hall and Agate Pass Deli.

Ferry Fare / Bridge Toll Reimbursement

Must be 18 years or older and have a players card to qualify

Topaz Level player – Ferry fare and bridge toll reimbursement will be paid to Table Games, Slot & Keno patrons after three (3) hours of tracked play or 100 points earned. Poker patrons will be reimbursed after three (3) hours of tracked play.

Emerald, Ruby & Diamond level players – Ferry fares and bridge tolls will be reimbursed with no qualifications except for what is required below.

Ferry Fare

You must have the original receipt dated that gaming day from a Washington State Ferry run, with the exception of hotel guests (all must have the above qualified play to be reimbursed)

Hotel guests can be reimbursed the day of checkout (with the above qualified play). Verification of their hotel stay is required before a reimbursement is made

Those living west of the Puget Sound and north of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge do not qualify for this program

Bridge Toll

Bridge toll receipts from the Tacoma Narrows Bridge may be reimbursed up to two (2) weeks from the date on the receipt. Must have qualified play on the date of the receipt to be reimbursed.

Those living west of the Puget Sound and north of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge do not qualify for this program

Gift Cards

Gift cards can be purchased at the Gift Shop inside the Casino. Gift cards can be purchased by phone at 360.598.8776.

To have a gift card mailed to you, an additional $7.75 will be added for shipping & handling.

Gift cards can range from $5.00 – $500.00. Gift cards can be reloaded. Gift cards can be used for Resort, Spa, Restaurants, Golf, and Gas

Car Charging Stations

Can be found on the first floor of the east garage, near the entrance, and also at the Masi Shop located one minute up the street from the Casino

RV Parking

Clearwater Casino Resort’s RV Park is located behind the East Parking Garage with a view of Agate Passage.

The RV Park has 19 spots available, consisting of both standard back in and pull through spots.

Click HERE for additional information.

Valet Parking

Closed until further notice

Valid Identification

ID Requirements

All guests will be required to have their ID scanned in order to enter the property. Acceptable identification includes the following:

  • Identification card or driver’s license issued by a domestic or foreign government agency
  • Military ID
  • Passport
  • Tribal ID
  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Green Card.

Identification MUST be valid (not expired) and show: The bearer’s date of birth, the bearer’s signature (except US Military ID), a photograph of the bearer.

It is property’s policy to check all guests ID for liquor sales that look 40 years of age or younger. In order to enter the property with a paper ID, you must provide your temporary paper ID with your expired ID

For further information please download
Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort ID Entry Requirements General Rules

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Which are the best Clearwater Beach hotels for your Florida vacation? For many years this has been a moving target, with old dinky motels getting torn down, replaced by fancier (and more expensive) resorts that are dazzling instead of dull. In the space of two decades, the Clearwater beachfront resorts appearing on the top travel sites have gotten bigger and better.

As this transformation moved forward, the area got more and more accolades as a top beach destination in Florida. There are plenty of great air connections to the Tampa Bay airport, plus direct Allegiant ones to the St. Pete airport. If you leave Orlando by car, you can be on the beach in Clearwater about two hours later, so it’s a nice getaway after the theme park madness.

I’ve lived in the Tampa Bay region off and on for many years, so I’ve watched some of these Clearwater Beach hotels go from announcement to construction zone to grand opening. There will probably be a few more coming still (a JW Marriott has been announced), but most will likely be back a block from the beach: there are no more low-rises to tear down along this beautiful stretch of sand.

Here are picks for the best Clearwater Beach places to stay for your weekend holiday getaway or escape-the-winter beach vacation.

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Best Traditional Luxury: Sandpearl Resort

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Opened in 2007, this has long been the best overall luxury hotel on Clearwater Beach and it hold onto its crown because of its prime location right on the beach. While most resorts in this area are set back from the beach or across the street from it, at the Sandpearl you can kick back in a hotel-owned beach chair and charge a cocktail to your room. (The only other one where this is true is the inferior Hilton Clearwater Beach.)

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The decor and furnishings are the most traditional in the area, so the clientele tends to be older, wealthier, and more subdued than at more modern properties down the beach. With a well-renowned restaurant, sumptuous rooms, and experienced service, this is a good choice for picky travelers with fat budgets. Rates dip below $200 in the low season but can hit four figures for a suite in peak months.

See more information at the company website or book online here.

Best Modern Luxury: Opal Sands Resort

We stayed at Opal Sands Resort at the far southern end of Clearwater Beach soon after it opened. You would never know from walking around it that it’s owned by the same company as the Sandpearl because the design differences are like night and day. This one is a sleek high-rise with bright colors, bold artistic sculptural elements, and modern rooms that will delight the young and hip. You get an attractive pool complex with attentive wait staff, multiple dining outlets and bars, and terrific views. You’ll never search far for an electrical outlet or USB port in your room and you’ll have a balcony for kicking back with a view.

The one drawback here is that you’re on a rocky point instead of facing the sand, but it’s just a few steps down from the pool before you’re strolling on the beach at sunset.

See more details in our full review of Opal Sands Resort and check prices online.

Best Family Resort: Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach

We posted a full review of Hyatt Clearwater Beach not too long ago. We stayed there for the second time, after first rooming there when it had the unfortunate luck of opening during the global financial crisis at the end of 2009. They recently completed a major round of renovations in the rooms, updating furnishings and adding more electrical outlets. The rooms here have always been the big draw though: the majority of them have kitchens (there’s even a small grocery store at street level) and are much larger than others in the area. The Shor American Seafood Grill is excellent and the outdoor seating area gives you views like this:

The pool area here is terrific when occupancy is low, but is woefully inadequate when more than half the 287 rooms are filled. The basic rectangle quickly fills up with kids in vacation season and chairs can become scarce. On the plus side if you’re a parent, this Hyatt has a full kids club with dedicated food menu, a kiddie pool, and supervised activities. Check the official website for more info and check online prices elsewhere here.

Best All-Around Resort: Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach

This is the newest of the Clearwater Beach oceanfront hotels. The year after Opal Sands opened, a new Wyndham Grand celebrated its grand opening in a prime spot right next to the Hyatt. This is a flashy resort with modern sensibilities, including some of the most tricked-out and attractive rooms in the Tampa Bay area. There are some nice subtle touches in them like a shelf by the door (for what you need heading out) and a foot stand in the shower (for shaving legs).

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Although it seems a bit odd to have an Asian-themed restaurant as the main dining outlet, it’s a very good one and there’s plenty of seafood. Another more casual outlet is one level down on a public sidewalk. The bars have a few local craft beers on tap, including the one right by the pool.

Alas, the pool here suffers the same problem as most other Clearwater Beach Florida hotels, but worse. There are around 450 room units between two towers here, but the pool in the middle of them is sized for a hotel 1/4 that size, with 200 lounge chairs. You’ll need to pony up more cash to rent one from an independent vendor on the beach instead. Try to avoid weekends in high season if you plan to lounge poolside.

See our full review of Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach and check rates online at Expedia.

Best Clearwater Value Choice: Springhill Suites by Marriott

Value is a relative term among hotels in Clearwater Beach, where the average rate many weekends is well above $300 in peak months, but the Springhill Suites from Marriott is a reliable choice. It went up on the same lot as a Marriott Residence Inn. These are actually the newest rooms in town at the moment, the latest “demolished old motel to build new high-rise” conversion. The hotel is two streets back from the beach, with the Hyatt blocking most of the views, so don’t book here expecting a panoramic Gulf of Mexico vista. You’re just a block away from the beach though and an easy walk to the pier, restaurants, the marina, and bars along the strip.

You can earn or cash in Marriott points at either one of these sister Clearwater FL hotels and you’ll get all the predictability that comes from a Marriott brand hotel. Nothing that will wow you, but all the bases will be covered and breakfast is included—a rarity in this resort town. Check rates here for Springhill Suites or adjoining Residence Inn.

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Resort Fee Rip-offs in Clearwater Beach

If you’re coming to this beach area, be advised that most of the hotels have colluded to overcharge you well beyond the listed rate on booking sites. The dreaded “resort fee” is a staple among Clearwater Beach hotels, with the Wyndham Grand, Opal Sands, Hyatt, and Sandpearl all charging $30 or more per night after taxes for such “extra” items as WiFi, a pool towel, and gym access. So if a price pops up of $309 for an off-season weekday night at Opal Sands, you’ll really end up owing $379 per night when you go to check out because of taxes and this fee for things that should be included in the rates.

If this picking of your pocket multiple times makes you angry, click through the rates before booking to see what’s included. If you do that with Springhill Suites, you’ll notice there’s free WiFi and no resort fee. Same with nearby Pier House 60. Bring the family + your gadgets and enjoy!

Then there’s beach area parking though, which will often run as much as the resort fee on this thin barrier island. Even at the Springhill Suites, for example, your nightly rate may only be $150, but you’ll owe $27 per night for parking if you brought a car. At the Hyatt it’s $28 per night, at the Sandpearl $25 plus tax. The smartest way to get around this is to park in Clearwater City for free and take a short ferry over to the marina if you drove in. Maybe drop off the bags first with the bellman if you have a lot of luggage.

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Or if you don’t mind just popping over to the beach for the day and then relaxing elsewhere with a view of the water, you might consider the Fenway Hotel near Dunedin. They’ve got a pool, a roof deck, and are walking distance to eight microbreweries and good restaurants.

Clearwater beach hotels round-up and photos by Hotel Scoop editor and lodging expert Tim Leffel, who has lived in Tampa Bay on and off for several years at a time. He was hosted at several of the listed resorts over the course of a decade but as always, all opinions are his own.