The Cromwell, Caesars' New Vegas Resort, Announces Presale

the cromwell las vegasCaesars Entertainment's new resort in Las Vegas, The Cromwell, has announced its room presale is set to begin February 24. 

The Cromwell, which is scheduled to open this spring, will be a stand-alone luxury lifestyle boutique hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip. It will have 188 rooms and suites, the first-ever restaurant from celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis, the return of Drai’s After Hours and the introduction of Drai’s Beach Club and Nightclub.

De Laurentiis will debut her Italian recipe favorites in a dining room which with an antipasto bar, warm colors and natural lighting thanks to huge Strip-front windows. Drai will launch his Drai’s After Hours (temporarily moved to Bally’s for now), along with his first-ever beach club and adjoining nightclub space on the hotel’s roof.

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The property's design, which draws inspiration from the Coste Hotel in Pairs, will have limestone windows surrounding awning covered balconies. The 169 hotel rooms and 19 suites will be reminiscent of Parisian loft-style apartments, Caesars says, with distressed hardwood flooring and vintage luggage motif furnishings. Lighting recalls French provincial styling with black and white mosaic tiled shower walls acting as the canvas for miscellaneous English-French phrases.

The new property is one of several developments that are set to build on a strong 2013 for Vegas. Last year, the city set a travel and tourism record with nearly 40 million visitors. 

RELATED: Las Vegas Hits Record of Nearly 40 Million Visitors in 2013

Visit www.thecromwell.com 

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