Cromwell Las Vegas
Formerly known as Bill's Gamblin' Hall & Casino, the Cromwell Las Vegas is one of the hottest places to stay on the famous Las Vegas Strip. A standalone boutique hotel, this much talked about property more specifically resides at 3595 Las Vegas Boulevard South. A totally revamped hotel, the Cromwell is owned by Caesars Entertainment, which teamed up with the renowned nightlife mogul, Victor Drai. Drai operated the afterhours nightclub that was popular at Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Casino, and for nightlife enthusiasts, it is good to know that this club retains its place at the Cromwell.
Complementing the established nightclub at the Cromwell Las Vegas is the Drai’s Beach Club and Nightclub. This incredible venue instantly began to attract a healthy number of fun-loving people to the Center Strip area after opening, and it doesn't appear that the flow of patrons will end anytime soon. Other features of the Cromwell Las Vegas include a spa, a 40,000-square-foot casino, a redesigned lobby bar, a lounge, and several retail and dining establishments. One of the dining establishments is the first restaurant from celebrity chef, Giada De Laurentiis. Considering all that it has to offer, the Cromwell caters to those who like to gamble and those who may not.
Cromwell Hotel Rooms
The Cromwell Las Vegas offers 188 rooms, including 19 suites. These guest units were designed with a "Parisian apartment-style" theme in mind and are as stylish as they are comfortable. Colorful accents bring a hint of excitement to these cozy quarters, and as you would expect in a luxury hotel, the standard amenities include such delights as high-definition TVs and premium bedding.
The relatively low number of guest units at the Cromwell Las Vegas is a bit of a departure from the larger casino resorts that are found in the same high-profile location. Among these casino resorts are Caesars Palace, the Bellagio, and Bally’s. According to Cromwell founder, Michael Achenbaum, guests of the Cromwell Las Vegas are treated to "a more personalized experience" than most other Strip properties can offer. Gone are the days when you had to stay at a huge lodging complex if you wanted to base yourself in the heart of the action along the Vegas Strip.
While Las Vegas has little trouble attracting people who are looking to enjoy some gaming action, it isn’t just a gambling destination. People also come to this hot spot in the Nevada desert to see shows, indulge in spa treatments, and dine at high-quality restaurants. Among other things, Las Vegas also draws in people who are in town for the hotels, the nightlife, and the pool parties. The Cromwell Las Vegas is keen to satisfy the developing trends with its spa and its celebrity chef restaurant. And worth mentioning again is the hotel’s 10th-story rooftop club.
Cromwell Hotel Pool
Undeniably the centerpiece of the hotel, the rooftop club at the Cromwell Las Vegas measures more than 60,000 square feet and is known as Drai's Beach Club and Nightclub. Unlike anything else in Las Vegas, and maybe even the rest of the world, this rooftop venue was designed by Victor Drai with the intent to "reinvent and reinvigorate the nightlife scene." It isn’t just a place for nighttime fun, however. Drai’s Beach Club and Nightclub is also open during the day. Regardless of when people drop by, they can savor panoramic views of the Vegas Strip from the amazing open-air venue. It’s even possible to see the famous fountain shows at the nearby Bellagio. Doesn’t get much better than that.
Cromwell Las Vegas
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