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Harrah’s Metropolis Flood – reopened March 15th

METROPOLIS, IL – Harrah’s Hotel and Casino reopen after the floodwaters receded on March 15th, 2018.

“Harrah’s Metropolis Casino and Hotel officially opening at 11AM on Thursday, March 15! 

Due to flooding, Harrah’s Metropolis Hotel and Casino had to close on February 25, 2018 at 6:00pm until further notice. People that were scheduled to stay at the hotel that night received a full refund.

It reads on Harrah’s Facebook page that, “It is in the best interest and safety of our guests and employees that we remain closed until further notice.”

The National Weather Service had the water levels at 49.6 feet on March 12, 2018.

Harrah’s Metropolis
100 E Front Street
Metropolis, IL 62960, USA
Website: caesars.com/harrahs-metropolis
Social: facebook.com/harrahsMetropolisCasino
Map: google.com/maps



7 responses to “Harrah’s Metropolis Flood – reopened March 15th”


    Paulette: Come over to Poplar Bluff. Nice rolling hill country. Excellent fishing and hunting.

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    Prayers to all, especially those who are still there working. Please be careful! Thank you to management.

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    Prayers and love

  4. It’s to bad we are going back to Michigan from texis always stop at metropolis for 2 nights when is it reopening

    Hi Josie, Someone that works there informed me that they will announce the reopening date in their official facebook page at:
    hope this helps…craig


      Josie: we shuda stayed in Texas!! I left Weslaco 03/15 Almost washed of I-55 in central Ms. Started raining at B.R. La. Stayed at Sams Town.Lady Luck at Caruthersville R.V. was flooded but know open. Expecting flurries 03/20. Be safe!!

  5. What impressed me is” , for once”, a Casino is more concern ed on the safety of the Public and Employed , than the Greed of their own pockets !! The Management at Harrah’s , is above the rest in the Gaming Industry !! GREAT JOB !!

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    Paulette Jenkins

    I am concerned about flooding, I was thinking of buying a home in this location or the surrounding area’s. Can anyone comment, what area’s are not a flood zone area. That an area not having homes flooding. An area not severe, is it all that bad really?

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