We can’t wait to make our next trip to Las Vegas for a number of reasons, but our desire to stay at the just-opened boutique hotel The Cromwell is right near the top.
Las Vegas’ newest boutique hotel, officially welcomed first guests with a celebratory ribbon cutting on May 21, 2014, unveiling 188 rooms including 19 suites.
The Caesar’s Entertainment property (formerly Bill’s Gamblin Hall) underwent a $185-million renovation to emerge brand new.
It’s hard to name a favorite feature — the hotel features Giada, Giada De Laurentis’ first restaurant (opening June 3), a causal italian eatery, The Abbey, a “reserved gaming salon,” and Drai’s Beach Club and Nightclub, located on the hotel roof.
Where would we stay? If funds were no option, we’d choose the 2,500-square-foot presidential suite, a two-bedroom suite with an optional two-bedroom connector, featuring a pool table, full fridge, steam shower, dining area, and mini Mac in the living area for those times when you just have to check in with the world outside Sin City. Then again, the Parisian chic decor in even the regular rooms looks pretty fab.
What do you think? Will you test out The Cromwell on your next trip to Vegas?