Cromwell

The Strip, Las Vegas

Virgin rating

The hotel

The Cromwell is a Boutique hotel right in the centre of The Strip. With just 188 rooms, guests can expect a more personal service. A renowned rooftop beach club-nightclub pool with 35 ft real palm trees to earn its ‘Beach Club’ status but also something quite unique – it’s all on the roof meaning you can enjoy panoramic views. There's a great Italian restaurant from an Emmy award winning celebrity chef. Book a table on the terrace and enjoy dinner overlooking the Bellagio Lake fountains.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Casino
  • Internet Access
  • Night Club
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Swimming Pool
  • Close to City Centre

Where is it

Central strip location opposite the famous Bellagio fountains.

Hotel information

188 rooms all with air-conditioning, 55" flat-screen TV, WiFi*, plush seating, antique trunk-style furnishings and rain shower. 

Classic Rooms have either 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 people.

Luxury Strip View Rooms have either 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 people.

Boulevard Suite King Strip View Rooms have 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Gallery Suite King Rooms have 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Parlour Suite King Rooms have 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

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Giada (Italian cuisine). Eatwell (24-hour quick-serve restaurant including Starbucks® coffee and tea). Bound bar. Interlude Casino Lounge. Drai's Nightclub. Beach Club (21 years and over) located on the rooftop with 8 swimming pools, 2 main bars, cabanas*, 35 ft natural palm trees and panoramic views. Large casino. Curios retail shop. WiFi included in the resort fee. Self-parking $20, Valet parking $40, plus tax per night (payable locally, subject to change).

This hotel has a resort fee of $49.95 plus tax per room, per day (payable locally, subject to change).

Resort fee includes: - Fitness centre admission for two per day - In-room Internet access for up to two devices daily - All local calls. Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

* Denotes local charge.

Please note: A valid credit card is required for incidentals deposit, to be authorized at check-in. Deposit amount will vary based on length of stay and will be released if no charges are made to the room (timing of release varies). Suites may require additional deposits. Cash deposits will not be accepted.

Please note: ​The beach club detailed as adults only 21 years is where the pools for this resort are located. All the other Caesars pools are available to use with the customers room key, some of which guests below 21 years can make use of.

Please note: The beach club pools are operational seasonally. Entry on Friday/Saturday/Sunday's requires a cover charge with Caesars guests receiving 2x complimentary entry passes until 12pm with use of their room key.

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Sleepless nights

Mar 2, 2024 mamamia714

I cannot recommend this hotel and I would never stay here again. The club above the hotel played extremely loud Mexican club music all night long! It was impossible to sleep. This outweighed anything positive that I could say about the hotel.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Cromwell fell from its pedestal

Feb 28, 2024 2thtek Prince George, BC

Small "boutique" hotel at the center of the action! And that's all the good I can say! I had The Cromwell on a pedestal for a long time...so excited to finally stay this February 2024! Check in was fine - paid $30 for early check in... got on the elevator and noticed the floor lights don't work, so you just have to assume that you're getting… Read more
Small "boutique" hotel at the center of the action! And that's all the good I can say! I had The Cromwell on a pedestal for a long time...so excited to finally stay this February 2024! Check in was fine - paid $30 for early check in... got on the elevator and noticed the floor lights don't work, so you just have to assume that you're getting off on the correct floor... getting off on the wrong floor is common I'm sure. The dark, sexy vibe of the room is cool! Until you start to notice how dirty it actually is! The couch has the pleated buttons throughout it... each pleat is filled with dirt... the full length mirror is foggy...theres a vent above it that dust gently falls from constantly... there was a full layer of dust on the beautiful, purple velvet chair... the drips down the walls in the toilet are are plentiful... the floor lamp only works for a minute or so, then flashes for a bit before quitting completely! The overall feeling of the room wasn't great... towels are very thin...bedding was thin and worn as well. Side note: you can get dropped off at the front door, but not picked up...you have to walk to the Flamingo to be picked up. I had high hopes for The Cromwell, but probably won't go back :( Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Don't stay here!

Feb 24, 2024 Stay621201

Rooms are dated. Apparently you only get your room freshened if you request it, which we weren't told at check in. On day 2 when we requested it, we were told only if they have staff. The night club actually shakes the bed, we were offered ear plugs when we complained.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating LOVED the suite, HATED all the extra charges $23 for COFFEE!

Feb 23, 2024 Chelsea R Huntington Beach, California

I stayed at The Cromwell for one night (less than 12 hours). I checked in at Midnight, and was upgraded to a suite; which was fantastic. I checked out the next morning, received my bill and everything was fine. There was a slight discrepancy with the parking fee; I was told there were in and out privileges for hotel guests, but the parking… Read more
I stayed at The Cromwell for one night (less than 12 hours). I checked in at Midnight, and was upgraded to a suite; which was fantastic. I checked out the next morning, received my bill and everything was fine. There was a slight discrepancy with the parking fee; I was told there were in and out privileges for hotel guests, but the parking attendant told me there was not, and he was very adamant about that. Going as far as saying if hotel guests don't abide by their policy we can have them banned from all Caesar properties. It seems a little excessive to charge a hotel guest $20 every time they come and go from a hotel, but hey this is Vegas, anything is possible, especially when it comes to a hotel squeezing every single penny our of you. I also spent about $200 on slots at The Cromwell, and not a single drink was offered to me, that's just me being bitter. But despite all that, the part that really bothered me (and prompted me to write this review) was being charged $23 to my credit card 3 weeks later. I called the billing department and I was told that the $23 was coded as "retail". Never did I make a purchase outside of the cost of my room, and their ridiculous parking fees. The person in billing said he never heard of a charge being added weeks later either, but he did an excellent job digging around to find out what "retail" actually meant. Drumroll....The Cromwell; owned by Caesars entertainment, a company worth 10 Billion Dollars charged me $23 for using a coffee cup! Apparently, there is a little Kuerig coffee maker in the hotel room (the kind most hotels let you use for free). Not The Cromwell, if you touch or even breathe on anything associated with the coffee or coffee maker you're just charged a flat fee of $23. You can make yourself a cup of coffee, you can take some sugar packets, you can even use a cup for ice, and you will be charged $23. Absolutely insane. Most people assume the coffee is complimentary inside a hotel room, or at least put a sign next to the coffee maker that it's $23! If you still decide to still stay at The Cromwell just know that every little thing you move or accidentally bump into will probably come at a cost. The resort fee alone is $49 a night, but when I stayed the pools were closed and the internet is for ONE device. So please, learn from my mistake and try another hotel that is not in the business of shaking their guests down for every single mundane item, and hotel convenience. But whatever you do: stay far away from the MGM Grand too. Caesars Entertainment and MGM hotels are in the business of luring you in with decent hotel prices, and tackling your wallet for every lint ball and crumb you have left before you make it out of their elevator. The only hotel on the strip that still delivers a quality experience is The Palazzo, and guess what? Their coffee is free! Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Not impressed

Feb 23, 2024 Shana L

We've just checked in for 3 nights. Beyond the hidden fees and the really run-down, smokey casino area, the room is not impressive at all. We went to wash our hands in the one small sink and it became immediately clogged and unusable. There is a mariachi band playing outside that sounds like it is right outside our room, even though we're up on… Read more
We've just checked in for 3 nights. Beyond the hidden fees and the really run-down, smokey casino area, the room is not impressive at all. We went to wash our hands in the one small sink and it became immediately clogged and unusable. There is a mariachi band playing outside that sounds like it is right outside our room, even though we're up on the 8th floor. We arrived late and are dying to go to sleep but have been waiting for 40 minutes for a maintenance person to come fix the sink. Hoping things improve but not impressed. Read less