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The Cromwell Rolls Out New Sports Book and 24/7 Eatery

Last updated: August 23, 2017 at 6:53 pm. Posted by in Gaming, Las Vegas Restaurants, The Cromwell, Things to Do in Las Vegas. 2 Comments on The Cromwell Rolls Out New Sports Book and 24/7 Eatery.

What’s a great bet for gaming enthusiasts on the Las Vegas Strip? The Cromwell! With player-friendly games, a brand new sports book, and a new 24/7 eatery, the center-Strip hot spot has everything you need under one gorgeously chandelier-lined roof.

Great Gaming Odds

Las Vegas craps with 100x odds now at The Cromwell's casino

The boutique hotel located center Strip now boasts some great new player-friendly gaming thanks to 100x odds on craps. The 40,000 square-foot casino also offers single zero roulette, EZ Baccarat plus 3-2 shoe and double-deck blackjack. Single zero roulette was previously only available in the high-limit area but now it’s on the main casino floor with lower limits. Blackjack at The Cromwell offers table limits among the lowest minimum bets on the Strip to maximize your gaming budget. For high rollers, there’s an all-new high limit slot room called The Abbey.

“As a boutique hotel our emphasis has always been on providing a great guest experience,” said Blake Segal, Caesars Entertainment Senior Vice President of Operations and General Manager of The Cromwell. “Now, we have extended that level of service to the casino by providing a variety of games that have more liberal potential payouts for the guests. We are proud to now have one of the best collections of player-friendly gaming options all under one roof and right at the center of the famous Las Vegas Strip.”

Get ready for some football, Basketball, Baseball …

The Cromwell's new sports book.

Sports bettors can now get in on the action at The Cromwell’s brand new sports book. Just in time for football season, The Cromwell has unveiled a brand new, state-of-the-art sports book with a 32-foot-by-9-foot-LED video wall and a 9-foot-by-5-foot LED odds wall with ticker capabilities so you can keep an eye on all your favorite teams.

The space features plush leather chairs so you can settle in for the long haul and cheer your team on to victory. The massive, crisp screen can be seen well from across the hall in Bound, which also offers open seating during games. Grab a table with your friends and elevate your game-day experience with craft cocktails.

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Lounge around

In addition to Bound, The Cromwell’s enhanced Interlude lounge is also a great place to meet up with friends and grab a cocktail. Interlude now offers live entertainment Sunday through Thursday from 4 p.m. until midnight and Friday and Saturday from 2 p.m. until 2 a.m.


New quick service restaurant at The Cromwell called eatwell

Joining GIADA, already offering delicious fare at The Cromwell, is a new quick service restaurant aptly named eatwell. The 24/7 spot offers tasty treats around the clock ranging from sandwiches to salads to rice bowls. You can also grab coffee and pastries that are almost too pretty to eat – almost.

The Barbary dogs (named after the Barbary Coast hotel which The Cromwell replaced) are the star here and also a tremendous deal. Score three of these mini Coney Island hot dogs covered in rich and meaty chili and shredded cheese with a drink for only $5. Eatwell is conveniently located just outside the entrance to Drai’s After Hours. Post-club snacks just got a whole lot tastier.

Don’t forget a souvenir

Before you go, make sure to stop by Curios. The store at The Cromwell offers a great selection of unique gifts, treat yo’ self trinkets and vacation staples. Forgot to pack your suit? Grab a new bikini for Drai’s BeachClub. Need a gift for your niece? She totally needs an “I still live with my parents” onesie.

Whether you’re a gaming enthusiast, sports fan or you’re just longing for a cool lounge with live music, The Cromwell is the perfect place to stay and play.

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Allison came to Las Vegas over a decade ago and fell in love with the city and all its dining and entertainment options. A live music junkie and tequila enthusiast, she has written for Las Vegas Weekly, Las Vegas Sun, Vegas Magazine and Conde Nast's VegasChatter.

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2 Responses

  1. Mark Green

    Glad to see these changes at CROMWELL. Enjoy playing there but always thought wrong location for a Very High End Casino.

  2. Steven

    The Cromwell replaced Bill’s, which replaced Barbary Coast after the deal the then Harrah’s Entertainment made with Boyd Gaming in which Harrah’s traded the land on the North Strip that was formerly the Westward Ho (Home of the infamous Megadog….) to Boyd for their planned Echelon Place resort to replace the Stardust (Which is now where Resorts World is being built after Boyd sold the land to Genting several years ago.).