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.

Rating summary

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Traveller rating

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Meh, not my cup of tea

Jun 14, 2024 M L Memphis, Tennessee

not many floors so only way to get quiet room was one without view, everything seemed old and worn out (carpets in hallway, uneven wooden floors in room, fabric chair stained, glass on art dirty, bed dipped in middle, tile around handheld shower broken), worst part was sign inside fridge if anything moved for more than minute then you would be… Read more
not many floors so only way to get quiet room was one without view, everything seemed old and worn out (carpets in hallway, uneven wooden floors in room, fabric chair stained, glass on art dirty, bed dipped in middle, tile around handheld shower broken), worst part was sign inside fridge if anything moved for more than minute then you would be charged, evidently they did not want you storing any of own items in fridge or maybe had problems in past with guests putting empty bottles back, when arrived small bathroom window was open (not sure why unless someone used it to smoke) Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating I’m officially too old for this hotel.

Jun 12, 2024 Stephanie B

Walking up to the hotel it seemed very nice, we paid a fee ($30) for an early check in and everything was quick and smooth. The room was well appointed with roomy showers and a great view of the strip. (Bellagio fountain was kitty corner). We wanted to head to the hotel pool but was unaware of the many rules and policies. The pool is actually a… Read more
Walking up to the hotel it seemed very nice, we paid a fee ($30) for an early check in and everything was quick and smooth. The room was well appointed with roomy showers and a great view of the strip. (Bellagio fountain was kitty corner). We wanted to head to the hotel pool but was unaware of the many rules and policies. The pool is actually a day club with blasting music and scantily clad patrons. (I get it.. it’s Vegas but there were many wardrobe malfunctions) Items not allowed to be carried in included water bottles, gum, eye drops, mints, towels, cologne and perfume, athletic gear and ribbed tanks. Purses and bags are inspected on the way in and everyone is wanded. All seating in the entire pool area must be reserved and cost $$$. Options for everyone else is standing in the pool, standing around the pool or waiting in line for a drink. As a patron of the hotel we did not have to pay the entrance fee or pay extra for a towel. We stayed at the Cromwell on a Saturday night where the club is open until 4am. We stayed out that night until 2am (late dinner after concert at The Sphere) and came back to the room completely exhausted. The entire building was shaking from the music from the club and I had one of the worst nights sleep with an early departure. In short, don’t stay here if you like to sleep or are looking for a relaxing weekend getaway. If you’re 22 and don’t plan to sleep this may be a great option. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Bad Attitude at Check In

Jun 10, 2024 mikewN1936YC Porterville

I've been going there a few times a year for the last 10 years. It's not the cheapest on the strip but I love the coziness and the service is usually out standing. My experience this time was different. I don't know if management has changed, but usually the check in staff is very welcoming, offers waters and the stay starts off great. This… Read more
I've been going there a few times a year for the last 10 years. It's not the cheapest on the strip but I love the coziness and the service is usually out standing. My experience this time was different. I don't know if management has changed, but usually the check in staff is very welcoming, offers waters and the stay starts off great. This trip I ran in to Odeary who was very rude, unfriendly and honestly made me feel like going somewhere else. I arrived at 2:30 and check in is at 4:00. She said the room was ready but wanted me to pay $34.00 for checking in an hour and a half early. That fee has always been waived in the past but not this time. I've even been there as early as 1:00 and had it waived. I politely asked if it could be waived or if not that we could leave our luggage there and check in later. She had nothing but attitude. It's OK if you can't do it. Just say "I'm sorry", blame it on management, offer a place to leave the luggage.....anything other than an attitude. next time I'll probably stay next door at Horseshoe which is cheaper anyways. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Was the room worth the price? Probably not.

Jun 8, 2024 906kaylah Saint Louis, Missouri

This hotel needed some serious maintenance in their rooms. Things that their maintenance folks should be able to easily keep up on, if management was willing to help drive that objective. Before I get started on the cons, all the employees we interacted with were pleasant and helpful, so I don't want this review to come off as being unappreciative… Read more
This hotel needed some serious maintenance in their rooms. Things that their maintenance folks should be able to easily keep up on, if management was willing to help drive that objective. Before I get started on the cons, all the employees we interacted with were pleasant and helpful, so I don't want this review to come off as being unappreciative of their services. I know most of what they do goes unnoticed or underappreciated. The casino also seemed nice as well. We did not go to Giada's or Drias, so we don't have an opinion on those. Now, for the not so great things, I could tell at one time these rooms were nice, but there were so many chips and chunks missing out of things we lost count. The main ones I can remember right now are the elevators both having major chipped paint, the wardrobe, and cabinet/desk which were chipped heavily along with their "leather" drawer pulls coming undone. The sink didn't have a plug and was missing part of the handle, and the shower tile was rough. The grout looked like it needed a major deep clean. There were no shampoo/conditioner/lotion bottles provided, which was a bummer since we just brought carry on, we were hoping that was one less thing that would take up room in our quart size liquids bag, so we ended up going to cvs to pick up some. Also, I didn't appreciate that you had zero personal fridge storage without having an automatic $50 charge just for storing personal items. There were so many random extra charge food and drink items on the cabinet and in the fridge that you could definitely tell they were hoping for drunk people to tear into those without a second thought and charge 15 bucks each for gummy worms and a fiji water. It was so excessive that i wws unsure if the in room coffee was free so I didn't bother touching it since it was grouped together with the other stuff on the counter. The beds were okay, so were the pillows, everything seemed somewhat clean but I didn't bring a black light with us so who knows how clean the rooms really were. We were on the strip view side so you could hear what was going on outside. Would we stay here again? Probably not, unless I heard they did some major renovations and upgrades. We stayed Monday night thru Friday morning and We paid $89 a night, plus the $49.95 a night resort fee. So after everything was said and done, around 550 for the week. Had we paid the $300 plus a night I saw for some dates I would be far more upset by the state of the room. With that said, I still don't think it was worth almost $140 a night for M-F stay when you could pay maybe a little more for a room in better condition on the strip. One more thing to add, the eatwell restaurant on the property is grossly overpriced. My husband and I both got a breakfast sandwhich, I got a latte and he got a fountain soda and the total was over 50 bucks, and it wasn't even that good, so if you are willing to pay those prices I would go elsewhere on the strip. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Not for everyone

Jun 4, 2024 OCWeezer Irvine, California

This hotel was posh in the main gaming area and the rooms were nicely remodeled. But keep in mind this building was built in the 70s. And the main thing that the remodel didn’t fix is the sound. I had a strip-view room and you can hear everything. The window isn’t your typical Vegas window where it’s completely sealed. It can be opened though it… Read more
This hotel was posh in the main gaming area and the rooms were nicely remodeled. But keep in mind this building was built in the 70s. And the main thing that the remodel didn’t fix is the sound. I had a strip-view room and you can hear everything. The window isn’t your typical Vegas window where it’s completely sealed. It can be opened though it was locked during my visit. That means sound seeps through easily. It doesn’t help it’s across the street from an entertainment shopping center with performers. If you’re with your friends going to the beach club or Drai’s after hours, this may be for you. But if you like a good night sleep, I would look elsewhere. Read less