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Inviting rooms with hardwood floors, plush furnishings, and a Parisian flair. Bathrooms have steam showers, and every floor has a coffee station for guests in the morning. Full review →
The Cromwell holds bragging rights to a claim that is hard to make on the Las Vegas Strip. Full review →
The hotel that started life as Barbary Coast and faded into obsolescence as Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall has gotten a new, upper-crust lease on life as a chic boutique hotel. Full review →
Inhabiting the space formerly occupied by Bill's Gamblin' Hall & Saloon, this 188-room hotel brings some notable "firsts" to the Las Vegas Strip. Full review →
The brand-new spot only has 88 rooms, so it feels much more personal than some of the larger, more sprawling compounds. Full review →
Retro Vegas icon-turned-boutique remake with a buzzing rooftop pool on a piece of prime real estate on the Strip. Full review →
There are a few good reasons to choose Cromwell, the best being its location and frequently excellent rates on sassy, entry-level rooms. Full review →
Located on the busiest corner of the Strip, right across from Caesars and next to the Flamingo, The Cromwell is ideally situated. It was built in 1979 as the Barbary Coast, later... Full review →It is manually counted daily, does not use a "weighted" system and can be cleared upon request.
The Cromwell is a solid newcomer to the Strip's long line-up of casino hotels, but small enough that the staff can deliver more personalised service. Full review →
Situated on the desirable intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road, a small, classy hotel. Full review →
Happily, after a $186 million makeover, the 188-room hotel was reborn as The Cromwell, with some nice features, like one of the best small cocktail lounges in the city. Full review →
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