The Cromwell Hotel & Casino

By Elle
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In A Nutshell

Distinguished with the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended Award, The Cromwell holds the distinction of being the first standalone boutique hotel in the area. With a relentless focus on hospitality, premium amenities, and personalized service, The Cromwell offers a unique lifestyle hotel experience.

The Cromwell

Location

3595 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Hotel Type / Price Range

Upscale Deluxe – $$$

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Hotel Features

Hotel Website

  • Year Built: 1979
  • Year Last Renovated: 2020
  • Minimum Room Size: 360 square feet
  • Casino: Yes. The Cromwell was named a “Top 10 Best U.S. Casino” by USA Today readers.
  • Pool: Yes, Drai’s Beachclub
  • Spa: No
  • Day Club / Nightclub: Drai’s Beachclub, Drai’s Nightclub
  • Resort Fee: $45.30 USD per room, daily
  • Parking Fee: $18 USD daily
  • Discounts offered: AAA, AARP, Military, First Responders, Nurses, Seniors, Teachers, Students, Government Employees
  • Top Shows / Entertainment: N/A
  • Top Restaurants: Giada

Before The Cromwell had its massive facelift, it was formerly known as Barbary Coast — and before that, Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon.

These days, a harmonious blend of vintage and modern aesthetics characterizes The Cromwell’s design. Parisian-style black awnings and gold fixtures adorn windows, setting the tone for a unique experience. The boutique hotel ambiance is evident from the Porte-Cochère entrance, combining traditional elements with whimsical, modern details. The hotel reception, reminiscent of a classic parlor, is adorned with leather-bound books, creating a captivating atmosphere.

Location

Strategically positioned at the vibrant intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road, The Cromwell enjoys a prime location directly across from the iconic Caesars Palace. This central locale provides easy access to renowned attractions, neighboring resorts, and the pulsating energy that defines the world-famous Las Vegas landscape.

Casino

The Cromwell boasts a captivating 40,000-square-foot casino featuring 66 table games and 440 slot machines. The Caesars Sportsbook at The Cromwell provides an immersive experience for sports enthusiasts, complete with an HD video wall and a lounge setting accommodating up to 50 people.

Rooms

The 169 standard guest rooms at The Cromwell evoke the ambiance of a Parisian-style apartment. Distressed hardwood flooring, plush seating, and antique trunk-style furnishings create an inviting space. Neutral tones with berry accents exude a relaxing and glamorous vibe.

The bathroom features black and white mosaic-tiled shower walls with playful English and French phrases. In-room amenities include a make-up vanity area, showgirl lighting, a full-length mirror, and a 55-inch TV.

The in-room mini-bar offers larger-sized bottles, with standard rooms featuring 200mL bottles of alcohol, and suites offering 375mL bottles.

The Cromwell Las Vegas
Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

Entertainment

At the moment, there are no dedicated shows taking place at The Cromwell. Having said that, you can easily walk to nearby hotels for premium entertainment options!

Restaurants

  • GIADA – GIADA, created by celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis, presents Roman-inspired cuisine infused with vibrant Californian influences, using the freshest ingredients for a modern take on traditional Italian favorites.
  • eatwell – A contemporary dining concept, eatwell provides a quick-casual setting with a variety of breakfast sandwiches, house-made bakery items, salads, sandwiches, pizza, coffee, tea, and more.

Nightlife / Bars

  • Bound Cocktail Lounge – Bound, The Cromwell’s elegant lobby bar, offers an intimate atmosphere with subtle lighting, gold accents, and plush seating. Craft cocktails, spirits, and small bites from eatwell are highlights of this sophisticated lounge.
  • Drai’s Beachclub / Nightclub – Located on the rooftop, Drai’s Beachclub / Nightclub elevates entertainment and nightlife to new heights. This venue features multiple pools, cabanas, bungalows, bars, gourmet kitchens, and bottle service. Drai’s Nightclub, a multi-level club with an expansive dance floor, LED lighting systems, and an 80-sided LED disco ball!
  • Drai’s After Hours – With 13,000 square feet of lounge space, 55 plush bottle service tables, and mansion-inspired design accents, it remains a premier late-night destination.
  • Interlude Casino Lounge – An ideal spot on the casino floor to socialize and enjoy cocktails, Interlude offers respite from the hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas Strip.
Pools at The Cromwell
Drai’s | Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

Other Helpful Tips / Things To Know

  • Enroll in Caesars Rewards (formerly Total Rewards), the loyalty program for Caesars Entertainment. Membership offers perks such as discounts, complimentary rooms, and the ability to earn points for future stays and experiences.
  • Extra fees to be mindful of: As with all Caesars Entertainment resort properties, keep in mind that there will be nightly parking fees and nightly resort fees associated with your stay.
  • Self-Parking is complimentary for Caesars Rewards members Platinum tier or higher.
  • Valet Parking is complimentary for Caesars Rewards members Platinum tier or higher.
  • If you want to be centrally located on The Strip, Caesars Entertainment hotels are a great choice. Some of the most central are Caesars Palace, Paris Las Vegas, Horseshoe Las Vegas, Flamingo, The LINQ, and Harrah’s Las Vegas.
  • Show Reservations: If you have your eye on a specific show at the resort, we recommend making reservations in advance. This can help you reserve better seating in the theaters so you can actually see what’s going on.
  • Weekday vs. Weekend Rates: As with many Las Vegas hotels, room rates can vary significantly between weekdays and weekends. If your schedule allows, consider planning your stay during the weekdays for lower rates.
  • Be mindful of special events, conventions, and festivals in Las Vegas too: Room rates can skyrocket to the high hundreds or even thousands of dollars on certain days. Look out for major events like CES (Consumer Electronics Show), SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association), the Super Bowl, NCAA basketball tournaments, championship boxing matches, Life Is Beautiful (LIB), Electronic Daisy Carnival (EDC) — and avoid visiting during those dates if you’re not actually attending these events!

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About The Author - Elle
About the author

My name is Elle and I'm a travel blogger based in California. I love helping people plan trips and create unique itineraries based on their interests and their budgets. I'm a huge fan of outdoor adventures and doing off-the-beaten-path things in Las Vegas (and around the world too)!