What restaurants are at The Cromwell?
There are only two restaurants at The Cromwell: Giada and Eatwell. While food is limited, you’re just steps from great restaurants at other resorts.
The Cromwell is the only boutique hotel and adults-only property (21+) on The Strip. While it is small in size, The Cromwell packs an enormous amount of fun and entertainment.
Pro: Drai’s Nightclub & Beachclub
Party on the rooftop at Drai’s Nightclub. The club features an indoor/outdoor experience with incredible views of The Strip. The club features the biggest hip-hop and R&B acts every Thursday through Sunday.
Drai’s Beachclub offers party-goers a rooftop experience 11 stories above Las Vegas Boulevard. The Beachclub is open Friday – Sunday afternoons and features multiple pools, cabanas, and music from top DJs.
Drai’s After Hours is where party-goers wrap up their night. Featuring an underground lounge vibe, Drai’s After Hours has been a popular hot-spot since opening in 1997.
Pro: Free Gaden of The Gods & Flamingo Pool Access
Cromwell guests can enjoy Drai’s Pool on the rooftop for free. If Drai’s isn’t your style, guests are invited to visit the Flamingo and Caesars Palace pools for free. Simply show your room key for access.
Pro: Perfect Location, Close To Everything You Need
The Cromwell is on the corner of the busiest intersection in all of Vegas, giving you easy access to Bellagio, Bally’s, Caesars Palace, and Flamingo. What Cromwell lacks in amenities is readily available within a 5-minute walk.
The Cromwell’s location is ideal for guests looking to explore Las Vegas without having to pay for cabs or rideshares.
Because Cromwell is a boutique hotel with under 200 rooms, walking to another property isn’t a big deal. From the main entrance to your room is a short walk, unlike the mega-resorts.
Pro: Intimate, Classy Casino
You’ll find the best odds on The Strip at The Cromwell. 100x odds on Craps, 3:2 Blackjack, Single 0 Roulette, The Cromwell offers gamblers a better chance to win.
The style and vibe at Cromwell’s casino are unlike any other in town. It’s a dark atmosphere with inviting, vibrant warmth. The staff are dressed in classy uniforms and are some of the friendliest in town.
For the low-budget gambler, there are plenty of low minimum electronic games to play. Most of the tables start at $10-$15 minimums.
Though the sportsbook is small, it’s one of the more impressive spaces to watch your bets. The book offers a living-room feeling with a large LED wall displaying the best games of the day.
Pro: Adults-Only (+21)
Las Vegas is America’s grown-up playground. It may be an unpopular opinion to some, but Vegas is not kid-friendly. It’s built for adults to let loose.
The Cromwell doesn’t offer amenities for children. After the COVID shutdown, The Cromwell re-opened as the only 21+ property on The Strip. There is only one exception to the rule, kids are allowed to eat at Giada.
Con: Limited Food Options
With a boutique hotel, the downside is limited options. The Cromwell only has two restaurants. Giada, an Italian restaurant by the celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis, will set you back a pretty penny. Eatwell is a fast-casual offering quick to-go options.
While the restaurant situation at The Cromwell isn’t ideal, you are a short walk from Bally’s Grand Bazar Market, Flamingo, Bellagio, and Caesars Palace, which all have fantastic restaurants at different prices.
The Cromwell has two bars and lounges, which offer great atmospheres. Interlude has a fantastic happy hour and live music. Bound has incredible bartenders making delicious cocktails.
The Cromwell also offers room service.
Should You Try The $20 Trick at The Cromwell?
Three out of four guests got a free room upgrade using the $20 Trick at The Cromwell, according to our friends at 20dollartrick.com.
Here’s how the $20 Trick at Cromwell works: At check-in, fold and hide a $20 bill between your ID and Credit Card. Hand the front desk clerk your $20 sandwich and ask if they have a complimentary room upgrade available.
With 75% of guests receiving a free upgrade, we recommend making the $20 Trick your first bet at The Cromwell.