A boutique hotel right smack dab in the middle of the action, the Cromwell Hotel & Casino offers guests an uber-convenient location in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, but without the crowds and marathon walking distances you find at its mega-resort Strip neighbors.
Parking at the Cromwell is convenient too, with a three-story, 600 plus space parking garage with two easy access points off of E. Flamingo Road.
The Cromwell has just 188 hotel rooms, but over 600 parking spaces are needed to accommodate all the non-hotel guests who frequent popular Cromwell attractions such as Giada (Food Network’s Giada De Laurentiis’ restaurant), or Drai’s Beachclub & Nightclub.
Nevertheless, there usually are parking spots available here – albeit at a cost.
Parking Fee at the Cromwell Hotel & Casino
With few exceptions, everyone is charged to park here, even registered hotel guests. Standard parking rates are as follows:
|Monday – Thursday|
|1 – 3 Hours||$15|
|3 – 24 Hours||$18|
|Each Additional Day||$18|
|Friday – Sunday|
|1 – 24 Hours||$23|
|Each Additional Day||$23|
|Cromwell Hotel Guests||$18|
Caesars Rewards members at the Platinum, Diamond & Seven Stars levels can self-park for free. You’ll need to have your Rewards card with you when entering.
Also, Nevada residents with a Nevada driver’s license can park for free for 3 hours.
Lastly, these parking fees jump during busier times. However even during holidays, I believe registered hotel guests are still “only” charged the flat $18 per day (the same as normal pricing).
The Cromwell’s 3-story garage is located right behind the resort, (to the east). There are two easy access points right off of E. Flamingo Road (the street in between the Cromwell and Bally’s).
There is a third, back-way entrance off of Linq Lane, on the Flamingo side, close to the Flamingo Las Vegas parking garage.
Upon entering the garage, you’ll receive a ticket at the gate. Keep this with you, as you’ll use it to pay for parking at a nearby kiosk prior to leaving.
Should you lose your ticket, you’ll want to hit the “help” button on the kiosk. From there, a Cromwell employee who will help you. My understanding is that they may use security footage to determine when you arrived, charging you accordingly.
However in the recent past, they have also charged a flat $30 lost ticket fee, (even for short term parkers), so the current policy is not entirely clear.
Cromwell Parking Garage
The three-level garage has covered parking, as well as un-covered parking on the top level. There are stairs and elevators to take you to the ground level, which is just a short walk under the porte-cochere by the valet into the casino.
Compared to some casinos, (such as the MGM Grand parking garage), the Cromwell’s garage is relatively close to the hotel/casino.
Cromwell Hotel & Casino Valet Parking Fee
Guests and non-hotel guests alike are charged for valet parking. Current rates are as follows:
|0-4 Hours on a Weekday||$30|
|4-24 Hours on a Weekday||$35|
|Weekends & Holidays||$50 Daily Flat Rate|
As with self-parking, valet parking at the Cromwell is complimentary for Platinum, Diamond & Seven Stars Caesars Rewards members.
For hotel guests, the valet parking fee will be charged to your room, however tips will have to be paid in cash.
Cromwell Hotel & Casino Parking Map
Below, the three black “P” signs show entrances into the self-parking garage. The green star represents valet parking.
Cromwell Parking Policy
- Cromwell Hotel guests can access self-parking at other Caesars Entertainment properties with their hotel room key. Caesars doesn’t mention anything about parking being free at other properties, so I’m assuming you will have to pay.
- Hotel guests who pay for valet parking have in-and-out self-parking privileges at the Cromwell. You’ll simply use your hotel room key to access this.
- Valet customers not staying at the Cromwell will have to pay each time they leave the garage.
- Lastly, clearance into the garage is 7 feet, 6 inches.
Cromwell Hotel & Casino Address, Phone & Website
3595 S. Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV. 89109
(By Steve Beauregard. Photos copyright Gamboool.com)