The Cromwell Las Vegas Hotel Review


3595 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109


(702) 777-3777


The Cromwell Las Vegas Overview

Found on a plum locale in the heart of the Strip, The Cromwell is a 4-pearl boutique hotel with retro décor. While some guests may consider it small by Sin City’s standards, this Caesars-affiliated hotel won’t disappoint. 

There are some 188 elegant guest rooms and suites with a vintage appeal, plush furnishings, and most offering captivating Strip views. Guest reviews rave about the rooms’ top-of-the-line amenities and trendy décor, ranging from the large flat-screen TVs to the pillow-top mattresses.

Bringing luxury blended with a cozy, Parisian-inspired atmosphere, the Cromwell offers the most intimate and boutique hotel experience in Vegas. Those looking to try their luck have a choice of 66 gaming tables, over 440 slots, and an array of other popular games, occupying the property’s 40,000 square feet of casino floor. The nightclub scene isn’t too shabby here either, with several late-night clubs, bars, and lounges on-site, including the Drai’s Beachclub-Nightclub that features around 65,000 square feet of pure entertainment for partygoers.

The laid-back folks can take a dip or soak up the sun by the hotel’s beach-esque rooftop pool. At the same time, those on a gastronomy tour can catch a bite at the only on-site restaurant, GIADA. It’s celebrity-driven and serves some of the best Italian and global fusion dishes on the Strip.


  • Stylish, Parisian-inspired suites and rooms with great views and plush furnishings
  • Excellent spot in the center of Sin City’s casino scene
  • A Trendy bleach-club with several outdoor/indoor seating areas and pools
  • Boasts a popular casino with a sportsbook and VIP slot machines
  • GIADA has a long wine list and sumptuous Italian dishes
  • Free Wi-Fi found across the entire property
  • Top-notch mobile concierge app for hailing room service and staff communication
  • Expansive, fully equipped fitness center


  • There’s only one restaurant on site
  • You must pay a charge to get into the nightclub, on top of the $37 daily resort fee.
  • No complimentary parking
  • No amenities for businesses and kids
  • No coffee makers in standard guest rooms

Room & Suites at the Cromwell Las Vegas

The Cromwell Hotel offers sleek, Parisian-inspired accommodations that include a mix of rooms and suites at various sizes and price points. At the lowest end of the price range are the Luxury and Deluxe Rooms, starting at 360 square feet. These two-room types account for the biggest chunk of the hotel units. They are almost identical when it comes to size and amenities, which include free Wi-Fi, retro-style iPod docks, and flat-screen TVs, as well as either a king-size bed or two queen-size beds.

Opt for the Luxury option if you want a room with views overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. All guests at The Cromwell Las Vegas have access to Ivy, a super-convenient concierge app that lets you request room service and communicate with hotel staff via your mobile. 

The only downside is that standard rooms don’t come with either a tea maker or coffee maker – and while fridges are available, they’ll cost you a fee to use them. Décor is more or less the same across both types of rooms, with stylish hardwood flooring and matching cabinetry, steamer-esque drawers, leather sofa with a dark gray accent, and burgundy-painted walls with dichromatic paisley borders and red pincushion backboard. Both the living and sleeping spaces boast a soft ambiance thanks to bedside lamps and recessed lighting. 

The bathrooms in both room types ooze luxury, with walk-in showers featuring rain showerheads, white and black mosaic tiles, and a range of top-notch toiletries.

Suites at the Cromwell Las Vegas come in various sizes, as well, starting out with the Parlour Suite offering 723 square feet all the way up to the gigantic 1,730-square-foot Cromwell Suite. Every suite comes with similar amenities to those found in the deluxe and luxury rooms but brings in a few additional perks like free access to the nightclub, deep soaking tubs, and full-size fridges.

Restaurants & Bars at the Cromwell Las Vegas

The Cromwell Las Vegas has far fewer dining and bar options than most hotels on the Strip, but that is not to mean they are not worth paying patronage to them. The first dining option is Eatwell, a casual eatery that serves a surprisingly excellent selection of salads, sandwiches, and snacks, as well as burgers, nachos, and pizzas.

The boutique hotel has spared no expense at its flagship and only on-site restaurant, Giada. It’s an Italian fare through and through, including a massive wine list and a celebrity-driven menu of delectable dishes. 

The enormous dining room flaunts large retractable windows overlooking the iconic Bellagio fountains and a big chunk of The Strip.

If you want to have some drinks, there are two on-site bars on the casino floor.

Amenities at the Cromwell Las Vegas

You’d be hard-pressed to find a place where you’ll get personal treatment and luxury quite like The Cromwell Las Vegas outside of VIP zones. The grand lobby brings intimacy and coziness to check-in that’s instantly inviting. Once you have arrived and booked your room, Ivy will help guide you through a variety of luxury amenities dotted throughout the property.


The Cromwell’s massive Drai Beach Club sits on the hotel’s rooftop but offers much more than nightlife. It’s a beach club during the day and a nightclub when the sun goes down, ushering partygoers to its two main bars. In addition to that, hotel guests have access to both the beach club and the rooftop pool deck, not to mention they can rent cabanas with private bathrooms and enormous TVs. The pool deck boasts more than 40 daybeds by the poolside. Although the on-site rooftop pool is open from March through September, guests can take advantage of the pool complex of the affiliate and adjacent Caesars

Palace.Gym & Fitness Center

The hotel has a small on-site fitness center equipped with standard strength-training equipment and cardio machines.

Business Facilities

Unfortunately, the hotel doesn’t have dedicated business amenities. Instead, there’s a small business room with a couple of computer stations for guests to use. You can also get assistance with faxing and printing from the front desk. Another notable shortcoming is the absence of family or kid-friendly amenities, which might actually be considered a plus by other guests. Dogs up to 50 lbs are allowed on-premises for a daily fee of $85.

Casino at the Cromwell Las Vegas

The Cromwell Las Vegas has a 40,000-square-foot casinocomplete with a VIP lounge and sports betting. The gaming floor has everything a gambler might want to get their hands on, ranging from 440 slot machines to 66 gaming tables, including specialty games like Single Zero Roulette.

The sportsbook is another main draw at the property, featuring a large, wall-to-wall video screen streaming sports markets. High-roller gamblers can get their fix at The Abbey, which features more than 30 VIP slots and perks.

The Cromwell Las Vegas Review: The Verdict

Situated at the center of The Strip’s casino action, The Cromwell Hotel may seem like a toddler among Sin City’s big boys, but the boutique venue does make its mark. The 4-pearl hotel has its own 40,000-sq-ft. casino on site and 1800 sleek suites and rooms with above-the-fold amenities, ranging from walk-in rain showers to 55-inch flat-screen TVs.

Most rooms and suites look over the Las Vegas Strip and feature elegant décor with a vintage appeal. Outside the rooms, the amenities are designed almost exclusively for leisure travelers, partygoers, and gamblers — and they include the Drai’s Beachclub Nightclub, an adult-only spot with multiple pools and long hours. There are only two dining options, with the main attraction being the Italian restaurant by chef Giada de Laurentiis. Kids and families would be better off looking elsewhere.

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