When you look at the magnificent The Cromwell, you will fail to recognise its former location names. Back in the days before it became the hugely attractive and popular The Cromwell it used to be Bill’s Gambling Hall or Barbary Coast. Its ideal location in the Vegas Strip in 3595 South Las Vegas Boulevard, it is the first boutique hotel that opened its doors. Featuring luxury accommodation in each of its 188 rooms it is intimacy and exclusivity at its best.
Fine dining opportunities with award winning celebrity chef Giada De Laurentis, nightlife by Victor Drai, pool time and plenty of gambling space with over 40, 000 square feet that is devoted to table games and slot machines. Gaming at Cromwell boutique hotel offers gamblers a sophistication that is unparalleled with 66 gaming tables to choose from and 440 glistening gaming machines.
On another note can gamblers also play multiple hands by joining at the WSOP online poker room where real money poker is played. It also features two high limit areas with the Abbey off the casino floor with a curtain drawn for player privacy and three tables while the High Limit Room has three available table separate from the rest of the casino for privacy too.
Some of the most popular casino games at the Cromwell includes Crazy 4 Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold’em, Big 6, Mississippi stud, Mini – baccarat, Let It Ride, Pai Gow Poker, Video Poker, Slot Machines, Craps and Blackjack. Obviously the list continues and its endless varieties attracts millions of gamblers every year. What is different about The Cromwell might not be only its array of games and tables available, but the rich and luxurious interior that beckons you to enter. It is the intimate type of hotel and casino where you want to enter and want to spend your money.