In Chic Vegas News: Vegas Prepares To Welcome The Cromwell


Masterfully positioned at the intersection of Flamingo Road and Las Vegas Boulevard sits the former home Bill's Gambling Hall. Named after Harrah's  founder and pioneer Bill Harrah. Amidst a few hiccups in the construction phase the iconic structure in center of the Las Vegas strip has officially been christened The Cromwell. 
Still under construction, the boutique hotel’s name foreshadows its sophisticated vibe and lavish aesthetic. As the newest luxury lifestyle boutique hotel and casino on the Strip, The Cromwell is poised to raise the stakes.



  • $185 million renovation, owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment
  • 188 rooms and suites
  • 169 hotel rooms are reminiscent of Parisian loft-style apartments with distressed hardwood flooring and vintage luggage motif furnishings
  • Lighting recalls French provincial styling
  • Black and white mosaic tiled shower walls act as the canvas for miscellaneous English-French phrases
  • Unique and interesting luggage truck style furniture
  • Full length mirror and plush seating

The Cromwell will blend vintage with modern, drawing inspiration from the Coste Hotel in Paris with black Parisian-style awnings and gold fixtures adorning the windows. From the moment guests enter from the Porte Cochere, a boutique hotel experience that blends traditional elements with Parisian flare and whimsical, modern details awaits. 
The hotel lobby is reminiscent of a parlor from the past; accessories and bookshelves adorned with leather bound books clad the walls.

The Cromwell is scheduled to open this Spring, (just in time for patio dining and pool season, of course.) Total Rewards members can book a room starting Feb. 21. Three days later,  rooms are available to the general public. Everyone is encouraged to sign up to stay on top of the latest Cromwell news.

Giada De Laurentiis and Victor Drai are star anchors, and construction is well underway on Giada's two-story restaurant masterpiece and Drai's three daylife/nightlife venues.
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, she’s currently previewing dishes and designing the breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. 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.