The Cromwell Las Vegas recently reopened, the last hotel to reopen on the Las Vegas Strip and with a big change.
The luxury boutique hotel, formerly Barbary Coast and Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall and Saloon is adults only, 21 years and older.
While all Vegas casinos require you to be 21 to book a room, if you’re under 21 you can stay as a guest. And even explore the resort.
But not at The Cromwell Las Vegas.
Only those who are 21 and older can stay at AND enter the hotel.
Pro-tip: Those under 21 and children can eat at Giada’s by entering through the side entrance.
The Cromwell Las Vegas Hotel and Casino has 188 rooms and 19 suites.
Yep, it’s a tiny hotel.
But they do have a fitness center. It’s behind the reception desk.
You get Caesar’s Rewards Diamond status for free with a Founder’s Card membership.
Pro-tip: With Diamond status there are no resort fees when you stay at any Caesars hotels.
Pro-tip: Make sure you know what to pack for Las Vegas.
In this video, we’re doing a walkthrough of Cromwell Las Vegas.
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