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The Cromwell

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The Cromwell is the strip's first Las Vegas boutique hotel. The modern and vintage design adds a unique element and gives guests an unforgettable VIP experience.
Location: 7.5km from McCarran Int'l Airport, located in the heard of the strip, across from Caesars Palace.

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  • asnyder : Lansing, MI
Great boutique hotel & casino

This was the first time in 10 years and 25+ trips to Vegas that I finally stayed at this place. While I'm not sure what it was like when it was Barbary Coast or Bills Gambling Hall, I can say that the money Caesars Entertainment has put into this hotel & casino was well spent. Spent 4 nights at this boutique hotel and loved it. As great as the view is from Bellagio/Paris/Caesar, when you're 30 stories up, what you also then have to deal with are long lines for the elevators, plus multiple stops along the way picking-up & dropping people off on floors 2-29! On the other hand, when you stay in a boutique hotel with only 9 floors, the wait for an elevator is practically non-existent and getting to your hotel floor takes approx. 12-secs from start to finish.I agree with folks that complain about the darkness of the hotel rooms. But that's the look they were going for. Chic and romantic. I personally would have preferred more lighting in the room, but it isn't a deal breaker by any stretch. Similarly, I wish the entire room was carpeted, instead of the faux-hard wood floors. After a day walking up and down the Strip, it'd be nice to have soft carpet under your bare feet. But, again, not a deal breaker and it prevents idiots from staining the carpeting with drinks (or worse).Regarding the club music from Drai's, we lucked out by being there between Christmas and New Year. As such, the club was closed during our 4 night stay. My understanding is to simply ask for a lower floor or don't be a pansy and suck it up since you're in Vegas. Go to Opryland if you want to be in bed by 8:30 pm. I will say that when you face Flamingo Blvd, which over looks Bally's and the Grand Bazaar, you do get street noise and people being loud as they cross the walkway. Again, suck it up, Buttercup. The casino is cool. Like Rat Pack circa the 1960s feel, cool. The bartenders were great, we played a lot of video poker at the bar. Likewise, we played plenty of slots, craps and Blackjack and the servers were fast, frequent and accommodating to a group of about 4 people always ready for another round of drinks. Remember to tip your dealers, they deal with a lot of jackwagons, so don't be one.Ate a Giada's restaurant and will echo the common belief that it's best to go for breakfast. It's a pricey restaurant with smaller portions. You get the best bang for your buck by going at breakfast. The 4 of us all ordered something different and each person loved their meal. Matter of fact, I'm inclined to go back so I could order a meal someone else part of our party had ordered, it looked that good. Dinner would be nice because of the view at night, but you're paying for that, so don't complain!Drink at Bound bar which is just outside of the hotel lobby area. Great bartenders, really good personalities, had a lot of fun just talking to them while enjoy masterfully crafted cocktails. They're going to run you about $20 a piece (after tax & tip), but if you sip your cocktail and actually enjoy the flavors from the multiple ingredients which make up the drink, you'll get $20 worth of value from each drink. We stopped in 3-4 throughout our time in town because we really enjoyed their cocktail menu. My only (minor, insignificant) complaint is that they didn't seem to stay open all that late. But that's naturally because I wanted to stop in there during all hours of the day (and night!). It's been a while since I've been as impressed with a hotel and casino. If you're looking for a smaller place to stay to get to your room quickly, get down to the casino quickly and be out on to the Strip in record time, this place is it. This might be my most favorite hotel/casino on the Strip. With almost immediate access to Flamingo & The Linq, Bally's across the street in one direction and Caesars in the other (with Bellagio kitty-corner to it), you are a very brief walk to some of the great casinos on the Strip. But you may not even want to leave Cromwell!!

  • ChelleF1206 :
Brilliant hotel

Loved our stay in Cromwell. The hotel looked amazing and offered it's own individual style! We arrived in Vegas before check in time and the hotel were happy to take our bags whiles we checked out the strip and also let us in a little earlier than scheduled. The nightclub was also amazing and gave us a night to remember. I'd definitely recommend! Thank you for your hospitality

  • Gayle W : Brampton, Canada
Will not repeat!

We just stayed at The Cromwell. The rooms were way too dim! The safe was in the bottom drawer of the dresser? Fri, Sat Sun are way too noisy even thought we asked for a room that was not near Drai's.....3 AM ....bad bad! There are no clocks in the room.."turn the TV on" ..hello? NO free breakfast as advertised on the internet! Minimal space for clothes..the dresser is full of bar stuff. Did I say the rooms were dim????However.. The Cromwell is very centrally located. There is free coffee on the 5th and 7th floor...cappuccinos and hot chocolate were great. .BONUS! The shower is nice.......only one sink....and it has a large TV. The hotel gives free car rides up to 2 miles when available.The staff were all wonderful!!!

  • judithsR7934ST : Plymouth
Graceful gambling

The atmosphere of the casino is so inviting. The colors are soothing and exciting at the same time. The entire place is clean and neat. The smell is of a lovely perfume. The machines are a mix of old and new.

  • 716andrewe : Dallas

Inside nice but if you can't sleep due to noise stay somewhere else. I did enjoy the bathrooms and the positives were the check in and bell service. Other than that everything fell flat. The casino was not my favorite.

Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).

If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.

Items not included:

  • Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
  • Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
  • Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
  • Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
  • Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
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  • 9 rooms and 19 suites
  • GIADA restaurant
  • 1 bar
  • 3 nightclubs
  • Rooftop pool with cabanas
  • Cabanas (fee)
  • Casino
  • 24 hour personalize concierge service
  • 24 hour beverage service with light food option on each floor
  • Complimentary Business Center
  • Priority seating in the restaurant (Giada)
  • Curbside check in
  • Reserved Gaming
  • Priority reservations at any of their sister property spas with transportation
  • Priority access at any of their sister property outlets and the Linq Retail District
  • Day Club Access
  • Priority access to VIP line at Drai's Night Club and After hours
All rooms include:
  • A/C
  • TV
  • Bathrobes
  • Iron/ironing board
  • Upgraded amenities
  • Pillow Menu
  • Full turndown each night
Deluxe Room:
  • 1 king bed or 2 queen beds
  • 360 square feet
  • Seating area
  • Bathroom with shower only
  • Smoke-free
  • No more than 4 guests
Luxury Room:
  • 1 king bed or 2 queen beds
  • Strip view
  • 360 square feet
  • Seating area
  • Bathroom with shower only
  • No more than 4 guests 

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The Cromwell
3595 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109-8918

Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.

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