The Cromwell Las Vegas Review

The Cromwell is a boutique hotel in the heart of the action on The Strip.

Jeremy K.


Jeremy K.

• Chief Editor

Last updated on December 22, 2022

If you’re looking for a boutique hotel experience on the Las Vegas Strip, The Cromwell is definitely worth checking out. It’s situated in the center of The Strip, which makes it easy to walk to all of the major casinos and attractions. Plus, the hotel itself is really lovely and stylish – perfect for those who want a more luxurious experience.

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The Cromwell Review

Room Rates: $79–309+

Resort Fee: $39

Location: 3595 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Summary: All in all, I think The Cromwell is a great hotel if you’re looking for convenience and don’t mind splurging a little. It’s centrally located on The Strip so you can walk to almost anywhere, and the two restaurants they do have are very good. If you decide to stay here, definitely take advantage of the weeknight rates!

The Cromwell Las Vegas Review

Editor’s Rating: 4/5


  • The Cromwell is a great boutique hotel
  • Centrally located on The Strip
  • Great nightlife


  • Limited amenities
  • It gets crowded at night

The Cromwell is a boutique hotel in the heart of the action on The Strip. It neighbors Flamingo, Caesars Palace, Horseshoe, and Bellagio. While The Cromwell only has two restaurants, a dayclub, a nightclub, and a casino, it’s so close to so many great amenities that you’ll have a great time. If you’re looking for an intimate experience in the heart of all the action, The Cromwell is the perfect place for you.

Key Features

  • You can’t beat the location. The Cromwell is centrally located in the heart of The Strip.
  • Drai’s Nightclub is one of the most popular nightlife spots in town.
  • The casino floor is elegant and perfect for a night of gambling.


I’ve been in a couple of the rooms at The Cromwell and they’re small but elegant. They come equipped with all the amenities you could want, plus they have tons of character. And since it’s such a small hotel, you can get down to The Strip very quickly – perfect for those who want to explore everything that Las Vegas has to offer.

The main complaint from hotel guests is noise. When you stay at a smaller hotel in Las Vegas, particularly downtown, you’ll end up hearing more noise from outside than the big hotel towers. For some, this can be quite annoying. However, I think that the tradeoff is worth it for being right in the heart of all the action on The Strip.

The location of The Cromwell is perfect for tourists who want to be in the heart of The Strip. It’s close to all of the major attractions and it’s easy to get around. Self-parking is free for guests, but valet is additional.

Restaurants & Bars

The Cromwell Hotel & Casino is located on the Las Vegas Strip and is known for its luxury and style. The hotel has two restaurants and two bars, each with their own unique atmosphere.

If you’re in the mood for some delicious Italian food with a California twist, Giada’s is the spot for you. This restaurant is known for its great food and even better views. Sit above The Strip and enjoy a meal while taking in all the sights and sounds of Las Vegas.

For a more casual experience, check out Eatwell. This spot offers grab-and-go eats like sandwiches, pizza, and salads. It’s the perfect place to stop if you’re looking for a quick bite before heading back to the casino floor.

Bound is an elegant bar that offers a lovely gaming experience. If you’re going to play video poker at a bar on The Strip (which is ill-advised), this is the spot to do it. You’ll find yourself surrounded by beautiful people in a classy setting. Just be careful not to lose all your money!

Interlude is a cool spot that offers something for everyone. On one side of the bar, you’ll find a live music lounge and on the other side, you’ll find a more traditional casino bar atmosphere. Whether you’re looking to dance or gamble, this is the place for you. Just beware of the video poker machines…I never seem to win here!

Despite the limitations on property, you’re across one pedestrian bridge from Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace, Giordano’s at Horseshoe, and you’re right next door to Flamingo and all their great restaurants like Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse. You’re also just a few steps from the legendary Battista’s Hole In The Wall and Stage Door Casino.


The Cromwell has three nightlife venues: Drai’s Nightclub, Drai’s After Hours, and Drai’s Beachclub. Each venue has a different atmosphere, but all three are perfect for visitors who want to experience the best of what Las Vegas has to offer.

Drai’s Nightclub is a Las Vegas nightclub that offers views of the Strip from 11 stories high. The club has multiple dance floors, VIP tables, and a state-of-the-art sound system. DJs spin chart-topping songs of today. Drai’s After Hours is a sleek, sexy lounge where DJs play chart-topping songs of today. The lounge has comfortable seating and a bar, making it the perfect place to relax after a long night of dancing. Drai’s Beachclub is an oasis on the rooftop of the Las Vegas Strip with dazzling views and multiple pools. The club has cabanas and daybeds for guests to relax in, as well as a full bar and DJ booth.


The Cromwell is one of the smaller casinos on the Vegas Strip, but don’t let its size fool you – this place packs a punch! With over 60 table games, 400 slot machines, and a sportsbook.

Despite the small size of The Cromwell’s casino floor, they have over 60 table games in the gaming pit. You’ll find all of your favorites like Baccarat, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, and many more. There’s also quite a few electronic table games including Bubble Craps, Roulette, and Blackjack.

If slots are more your speed, you’ll be happy to know that there are over 400 slot machines and video poker games on the casino floor. With so many options, you’re sure to find a machine that’s just your style.

The Cromwell’s Caesars Sportsbook is a hidden gem on The Strip. It might be small, but it’s got comfortable seats and a great LED Wall with quite a few games on the screen. If you’re looking for a place to watch the big game or place a few bets, be sure to check out The Cromwell’s Sportsbook!


The Cromwell is a great hotel for tourists that want to be in the heart of The Strip. It’s close to so many great amenities and restaurants that you won’t even notice that it doesn’t have much in terms of its own offerings. However, it is on the pricier side so if you are looking to save some money I would recommend staying here during the week rather than on the weekend.

Who We Recommend The Cromwell For…

Who We Wouldn’t Recommend The Cromwell For…

  • People who want to stay on The Strip
  • Anyone on a tight budget


Check-in time at The Cromwell is 3:00 PM, and check-out time is 11:00 AM. The hotel does offer early check-in and late check-out for an additional fee.

The resort fee at The Cromwell is $39 per night. The fee includes access to the fitness center, pool, and in-room wifi, and the resort fee does include parking.

The Cromwell offers hotel guests free self-parking, but charges $30/night for valet. For all other casino visitors, valet parking is $30-$50, and self-parking is $15-$18.

The Cromwell is located on the Las Vegas Strip at 3595 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109.