The Cromwell Hotel, designed by architecture firm Leo A Daly and design studio Tandem Las Vegas, has opened on the Las Vegas strip across from Caesars Palace. Most recently known as Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon, the property underwent a $185 million renovation resulting in 188 guestrooms and 19 suites, several bars and lounges, a 40,000-square-foot casino, a rooftop pool featuring a beach club/nightclub, and a restaurant from celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis.
The design team blended vintage and modern elements throughout the hotel. Black Parisian-style awnings and ornate black railings, repurposed from the original structure, adorn exterior guestroom windows. The designers also refurbished nine gold and red chandeliers from Barbary Coast, the original hotel on the site.
Guestrooms are outfitted in hardwood floors, custom chandeliers, and trunk-style furnishings, accented by splashes of bright colors. In the shower, black-and-white mosaic tiles spell out playful English-French phrases. Bound, the hotel lobby bar, takes its cues from a Parisian parlor, while retail shop Curios features quirky touches such as suspended birdcages, newspaper print-inspired tiles, and wood-planked ceilings.