When Caesars Entertainment closed Bill’s Gambling Hall (formerly the Barbary Coast) last year, the decision was clear–the property on the corner of Flamingo and Las Vegas Boulevard was going to be a boutique hotel.
While the initial hotel brand, who shall not be named, didn’t work out, and Caesars decided to run the property on their own, they are still determined to offer a true boutique experience with the new The Cromwell Hotel, opening on May 21st. Here’s how they’ll do it.
For starters, The Cromwell only has 188 hotel rooms. By comparison, the Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace has 181 rooms. But Nobu is a part of a massive casino experience andHotelChatter –