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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 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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