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Just got back from a 2 day stay at the Cromwell January 11-12 2017.
This was my first time staying here and I was truly impressed! From the second you check in the customer service is outstanding, not only at the desk for check in. It's also a full-service concierge and having checked bags, via the bellman, our bags were delivered directly to the room. Great service!
Some photos I took of my stay. Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet
Upon checking in you receive a text message from a virtual concierge that can answer most any questions you may have. A nice feature is you need a room key to make the elevators move, so you don't have to worry about non guests making ways to guest floors.
The room was small but very well laid out and furnished and an interesting feature is the rooms do not have coffee makers but by the elevators they have LavAzza coffee making machines for hotel guests.
The staff, from the desk to the housekeepers, were all fantastic and friendly. The bed was great, the shower was great, and the hotel's location is awesome - literally being in the middle of everything.
Reviewed by Jeff
Tired of the same old hotels with grand entrances and value size over customer satisfaction? If yes, then welcome to one of Las Vegas' finest establishments. Located on the Strip and right across from Caesars Palace is The Cromwell. This boutique hotel has gone far beyond the normal customer requirements and seeks to blow your mind. Prior to its renovation and rebranding, The Cromwell was known as Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall and Saloon, and before that as Barbary Coast Hotel & Casino.
The Cromwell features a 40,000 square foot casino with all the latest and popular slot machine and table games. For secluded gaming, there is the Abbey, an intimate room with three tables and a sitting area.
The Cromwell is a four star hotel positioned on the strip. Having approx. 200 guestrooms, it's not huge for the city. A welcoming hotel to stay at and there's a small-ish casino on the property which has become favorite of lots of Sin City visitors in the past few years.
With only 188 rooms they have opted to enhance customers expectations with polished interiors and an exclusive menu. Tastefully decorated, the French décor gives the rooms a classy yet vintage look that gives it a relaxing and welcoming look. The rooms come with a 55-inch flat-screen TV and complimentary access for two to Drai's Beach Club. Select rooms will also allow you to have a view of the Strip.
Dining options at The Cromwell are plenty, leading them is Giada. This is the first restaurant opened by the Emmy award-winning celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis. Its Italian cuisine menu is to die for, the dining experience is enhanced by the views. You can choose from viewing the chefs preparing sumptuous meals from the open kitchen to the magnificent views of the strip on the outdoor lounge. It sits 260 people and the fact that it is at The Cromwell speaks volumes of this boutique hotel.
The entertainment scene is enhanced by Victor Drai's famous nightclubs. The Drai's Beachclub is one of the hottest entertainment spots complete with a magnificent view thanks to its location on the rooftop 11 stories high. With the only rooftop pool deck on the Strip, you are sure to have a good time. At night, it transforms into a nightclub with DJs keeping the party going with all the best tunes.
The Drai's After Hours is one of the best party spots on the strip. Its underground lounge located on the basement level provides a cool intimate atmosphere. The LED lights and technology systems help give you a multi-sensory experience. It gives the party animals extra time to hang out when the Drai’s Beach Club closes.
After exploring all this and you still want more, The Cromwell has the Curios, a gift retail shop that stores a large variety of items. For more action, close by are more amazing features such as the LINQ Promenade with its plenty shops and the cool High Roller observation wheel attraction which is the world's largest observation wheel.
So for cuisine and an all in all great Las Vegas stay, The Cromwell isn't a bad option at all in our book.