Warm colours such as gold and brown provide a kind of nostalgic atmosphere, resembling parlours in the Parisian style.
The Cromwell was renovated and re designed by the architect Leo A Daly and the design studio Tandem Las Vegas at a cost of $185 million, using a blend of vintage and modern features which is a typical trait of postmodern architecture and design. The chandeliers in the gambling hall reinstate an original element from Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon, of which the entire hotel is a re-imagination.
The hotel on the Las Vegas Strip has 188 rooms, a 40,000-square-foot casino with 66 table games and 440 slot machines, and a rooftop pool. The hotel lobby bar will serve barista-style coffees and morning pastries, then transform into a nightcap destination. All standard accommodation has hardwood flooring, trunk-style furnishings and photographic artwork. Showers are tiled in black and white, which matches the timeless, unpretentious style of GROHE’S Geneva two-handle bathroom faucet.
Architect: LEO A DALY, Omaha, USA
Interior Design: Tandem. Las Vegas, Las Vegas, USA and LEO A DALY, Omaha, USA