With a new emphasis on the over-21 market, the Cromwell today became the last Caesars Entertainment hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip to reopen.
As the first adults-only resort on the Las Vegas Strip, the boutique hotel and casino will be open seven days a week for guests 21 and over. Guests of all ages, however, will be welcome at chef Giada De Laurentiis' restaurant. Other amenities include fast-casual Eatwell, the fitness center, bars and lounges.
"The first standalone boutique hotel on the Strip, the Cromwell brings an exclusive, elevated lifestyle experience to the destination, focusing on hospitality, amenities and personalized service," said Ken Janssen, senior vice president and the Cromwell's general manager.
The Cromwell has 188 rooms, including 19 suites, a 40,000-square-foot gaming floor and the newly branded William Hill Sports Book.
Guests can save up to 30% on their next stay through the Fall Savings Sale from Nov. 2 to 23 (offer code: FALL20) for select travel dates through September.
Guests must pay to self-park at all of Caesars' Las Vegas resorts, including the Cromwell, but Caesars Entertainment is donating all parking fee profits collected to several charitable organizations that support Caesars team members and local communities in need through the end of the first quarter of 2021.
Caesars Entertainment also operates the off-Strip Rio, which remains closed.