|"The Cromwell is our favorite!"||(in 7 reviews)|
|"This hotel was amazing!"||(in 34 reviews)|
|""Great location, great hotel, great staff.""||(in 73 reviews)|
|"careful on the resort fee."||(in 5 reviews)|
|"No coffee pot in room."||(in 38 reviews)|
|"No coffee pot in room."||(in 7 reviews)|
|location was right||in 189 reviews|
|room is small||in 172 reviews|
|great hotel||in 108 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 104 reviews|
|nightclub||in 82 reviews|
|pool closed||in 68 reviews|
|bed was very comfortable||in 63 reviews|
|free coffee||in 38 reviews|
|casino area||in 32 reviews|
|resort fee||in 29 reviews|
|dirty and the floor||in 24 reviews|
|cromwell||in 14 reviews|
|caesar palace||in 10 reviews|
|double queen||in 7 reviews|
|industrial chic||in 6 reviews|
|close to everything||in 5 reviews|
The staff was friendly and accommodating
The experience felt incomplete. Example; the gym had no water or towels.The room was bare minimum, and did not have the feeling of a boutique hotel.
Room was nice and comfortable. Overall we love the Cromwell.
The air didn’t seem to work exceptionally, it was a little stuffy in the room sometimes. Only the small window opened, the larger window did not. Not exactly sure what the resort fee was for there are not any resort amenities, or at least not any that we were made aware of.
The staff was super accommodating. Allowed us access to the gym shower after we checked out. We were able to enjoy the pool after check out and clean up before catching our evening flight.
There is a resort fee of about $40/night plus $10/day self park. This seems to be a Vegas thing. Just an FYI
Club Music ruined stay
The service, the decor, and the shower was amazing.
The excruciatingly loud music from the club ruined our romantic night in our room. We expected to have a night to ourselves but instead could not sleep throughout the nights until 4 am. We awoke cranky and not refreshed. Very unhappy with this experience.
Small is better!
Size of hotel for Vegas strip was a pleasant change. Great location in the center of the strip. Clean, new, fabulous pool, but closed by 5:00 pm. After a long hot day on the road, a dip would be nice.
Nothing for free in Vegas any more. Charged for Valet parking, which has always been free, and the obnoxious "$40 resort fee" whether you use the amenities or not is annoying. Giada's restaurant was pleasant, but very expensive for ordinary food. Hostess was snotty and snooty. Her little black dress must have been a little too tight in the wrong places.
Great location, staff and property.
The night club keeps you up all night. My bed actually vibrated, physically vibrated, from 11pm to 3:45am. Worst nights sleep ever! MAJOR Issue that needs to be dealt with!
Smaller, boutique hotel. Great showers. Complimentary SUV ride back to hotel. Friendly staff
Great location and facilities.
You can hear the night club music loudly in your room until 4AM.
Best Stay on Vegas Strip
The Cromwell delivered! This has been by far the best stay in Vegas. They exceed in customer service and deliver 100% satisfaction. No waiting to check in and absolutely amazing rooms.
The staff was amazing and attentive . Loved champagne hour and 24/7 coffee.
The pool at the Beach club wasn't clean. I wasn't impressed with the quality of the slots area.
The first of its kind, the Cromwell is a standalone luxury boutique hotel situated right on the Las Vegas Strip. In a town known for casino hotels and resorts, this unique luxury accommodation definitely stands out. There are 188 guest rooms and suites available, all designed with a Parisian-inspire theme that showcases modern luxury. The hotel has nightly entertainment in the Interlude Lounge, as well as player-friendly gaming and complimentary tickets for two to Drai’s Beach Club for guests 21 and over.
The Cromwell offers 24-hour concierge service in a high-tech form: Ivy, a real-time text message service that connects guests to hotel staff and provides information and services on demand. Rooms are available with a view of the Strip, and guests can choose their preferred view at the time of booking. Guests can experience fine Italian dining at Giada, the namesake restaurant of celebrity chef Giada De Laurentis, located right in the Cromwell hotel. For a quick bite, Eatwell offers 24-hour service with pizza, sandwiches, coffee, salads, and more.
This hotel is owned by Caesar’s, and guests can benefit from Caesar’s Rewards Club programs and gain access to other casinos and attractions that are owned by the gambling resort giant. There is a 40,000 square foot casino, The Abbey, onsite, for luxury gambling without leaving the building. Guests can also enjoy plenty of entertainment in the 65,000 square foot indoor/outdoor beach club, which is one of the most popular nightlife spots on the Strip.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
Standing strong in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip since the early 1970’s, the building is an iconic figure in the bustling skyline. A number of popular attractions are within walking distance from the hotel including the Fountains of Bellagio (8min), Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck (5min) and Absinthe bar (5min).
If you’re looking to have a memorable getaway to Sin City, spend your stay in the Parlour Suite. Boasting about 720 sq ft of space, there is a separated dining and lounge area that delivers a luxurious vibe. Hardwood floors are present throughout the suite, with tasteful art featured on the walls. You can get some work done at the desk or relax in the large soaking tub. Available from approximately $441 per night.
Small dogs weighing no more than 50 lb each are welcome; however, other animals are not. A maximum of two dogs are allowed per room, with a nightly fee of approximately $85. You are allowed to leave them unattended in the room; however, they must be housed in a crate or kennel. There is a grassy area on-site for short walks and toilet breaks.
Upgrade to enjoy all the best parts of the resort with the All-Access Package. It includes accommodation in either a Deluxe Room or Parlour Suite, welcome cocktails, VIP escort to Drai’s Nightclub, voucher for Giada restaurant and movie credit to use in your room.
Life is made easy with room service that can be ordered on your cell phone. Your guestroom key can also be accessed via your phone through an app, reducing the number of items you have to look after on a night out. Both self-parking and valet serves are available, with overnight fees costing approximately $15 and $24 respectively.
Join in a cocktail-making class or have a sit-down dinner with the chef at Giada restaurant. Search the shelves at the hotel’s retail shop Curios to find a gem. It stocks trendy clothing, accessories, beauty products, vinyl records, edible gifts and souvenir items. At the end of a busy day, drop into the classy Bound bar to savor a signature cocktail, with the intimate venue offering a great atmosphere for socializing.
Catching a taxi is the quickest way to arrive from McCarran International Airport, with the trip taking around 10min and costing approximately $30. You may have to wait a little longer for an Uber; however, the fare will be roughly half the cost. It is also possible to travel by public transport, by first taking the #108 bus and then the #202. You can purchase a 2h bus ticket for approximately $3, with the journey to the hotel taking about 45min. (Prices checked 11/07/19).
The Cromwell Hotel & Casino is located at 3595 Las Vegas Boulevard South in The Strip, 4.6 miles from the centre of Las Vegas. Fountains of Bellagio is the closest landmark to The Cromwell Hotel & Casino.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Cromwell Hotel & Casino.
No, The Cromwell Hotel & Casino does not offer free Wi-Fi.
Yes, The Cromwell Hotel & Casino offers free parking.
No, The Cromwell Hotel & Casino does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Cromwell Hotel & Casino is 2.4 miles from Las Vegas McCarran. The Cromwell Hotel & Casino is 21 miles from Las Vegas Boulder City.
Yes, The Cromwell Hotel & Casino has a pool on-site.
The Cromwell Hotel & Casino has implemented the following measures:
Daily cleaning, increased availability of sanitation products.
Lobbies with safe social distancing.
Minimal contact with hotel personnel and other guests.