We thought the Cromwell was going to be a nice boutique hotel, but what it turned out to be was nothing but a voyeurs’ paradise!! When you turn on the lights in what you think is your private bath, you’re actually on display behind a full-length two-way mirror. If the outer bedroom is darkened, whoever is there can see you in the shower, at the sink, etc. without your knowledge. The biggest problem here is that guests are NOT informed of this possibility either during the reservation process or at check-in. The hotel prefers guests to discover it as a “sexy surprise.”
Couples might not mind, although some private things done in the bath even couples don’t want to share, and this mirror is a window not just to the shower, but to the sink area, etc. In spite of previous reviews here warning, “Don’t bring the kids,” or “My two aunts shared a room and felt really weird,” Cromwell management told us rooms were designed this way to “distinguish their brand.” Well, what about Aunt Matilda? She’s just attending a birthday party for her niece. Should she have a “sexy surprise” whether she wants it or not? And what about the kids!!!???
The Cromwell room key reads, “Enjoy the introduction to a new standard of decadence.” So if you value your right to privacy and believe in propriety, stay away from this place. What happens in Vegas should be up to you — NOT your hotel.
Cromwell Las Vegas
3595 LAS Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV
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Dancing, celebrity dining, gaming tables, slots and proximity to designer shopping win big at the Cromwell Las Vegas. The seven-story Cromwell dons its 188 rooms with hardwood flooring, pillowtop bedding, 55-inch flat-panel TVs, coffeemakers, designer toiletries and steam showers. Guests feast on celebrity-created dishes in the in-house restaurant. There’s also a 65,000-square-foot nightclub, an after-hours lounge and a rooftop beach club on the premises. Slots and tables get the party started in the 40,000-square-foot casino. Parking is free.