The Cromwell, the only stand-alone luxury lifestyle boutique hotel and casino of its kind on the Las Vegas Strip, is scheduled to open this Spring. The newest Caesars Entertainment resort will feature 188 rooms and suites, the first ever restaurant from celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis, the return of Drai's After Hours and the introduction of Drai's Beach Club and Nightclub. Blending vintage with modern and drawing inspiration from Coste Hotel in Paris, The Cromwell will feature limestone windows surrounding awning covered balconies. The 169 hotel rooms and 19 suites will be reminiscent of Parisian loft-style apartments with distressed hardwood flooring and vintage luggage motif furnishings. Lighting recalls French provincial styling with black and white mosaic tiled shower walls acting as the canvas for miscellaneous English-French phrases. Chef and Food Network celebrity De Laurentiis will debut her Italian recipe favorites in a beautiful, airy dining room which she says will feature an antipasto bar. With warm colors and natural lighting thanks to huge Strip-front windows. Drai will launch his cult favorite Drai's After Hours (temporarily moved to Bally's for now), along with his first-ever beach club and adjoining nightclub space - on the hotel's roof, no less.
The Cromwell presents the Strip's first Las Vegas boutique hotel. Each of the 188 rooms features luxurious accommodations in an intimate, Parisian-inspired atmosphere. Whether it's the hardwood floors, plush furnishings or dim and romantic lighting, each room gives guests a glamorous, VIP experience. The hotel's blend of modern and vintage design is another unique element. Exclusive amenities include hallway coffee and tea service, steam showers and Muk bath products.
Pets are allowed (Charges may be applicable)