Not really a room, located towards one corner of the casino floor separated by a half wall. However, I liked that because it invited itself to having tourists or novices to watch and join in to play. Chairs not so great, but an ok feel overall.
At 2-4 limit there were many tourists and locals playing loose/passive or tight/weak. Fun to play. However, I ran into a couple of grumpy locals...one who got into a tiff with a dealer that he said he had a 'beef' with that was running on 3 years now :) (made the whole table uncomfortable for a while...he tapped the glass too hard and us touristy fish started to get out of the tank). Played just a couple of hours of 1-2NL so I can't comment much except to say that the table I experienced seemed to be mixed with mostly novices like me or really bad players who have probably lost a lot of money if they play like they did that night. Made a few bucks and watched some others lose their stacks to some bad plays on their part as well as other hands involving bad beats where they shouldn't have called and caught the river.
Dealers were friendly for the most part with a couple of grumps mixed in. A few mistakes noticed over the course of 15 hrs of play over a few days.
Cocktail waitresses were very efficient and drink service was plentiful. The best aspect of the room in my opinion.
Management were efficient and fairly friendly. No complaints but no standouts either.
$1 per hour on the Harrah's card.