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Bill's Gamblin's Hall

(formerly Barbary Coast; now The Cromwell) 



The Cromwell (formerly Bill's Gamblin's Hall--ala Bill Harrah), located next to the Flamingo at the corner of Las Vegas Blvd and Flamingo Rd.  Also formerly named the Barbary Coast..  (It was announced on October 3, 2012 that Bill's Gamblin' Hall was to receive a $180 million renovation and a name change.  The resort was to be renamed Gansevoort Las Vegas, but that plan changed.  A new name (The Cromwell) was selected  and the 188-room luxury hotel will sport a 65,000 sq ft rooftop nightclub (among other features).  Completion of the redevelopment is planned for early 2014.  Total Rewards members can begin making reservations on Feb. 21, 2014; the general public on Feb. 24)


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Photo by Ardee Jagt

Construction during the weekend of November 16 and 17, 2013 as Bill's Gamblin' Hall gets a major makeover.  


Photo by Ardee Jagt

The property formerly known as Bill's Gamblin' Hall during construction in November, 2013.  The Flamingo is to the left. 


The casino inside Bill's Gamblin' Hall.  The casino was traded to Harrah's Entertainment from Boyd Gaming Corporation for property formerly the site of Westward Ho Hotel and Casino.  The name was changed from Barbary Coast to Bill's on March 1, 2007.


The ornate lighted-sign pointing the way to Bill's 198 hotel rooms. 


The management team of the Imperial Palace run the day-to-day operations of Bill's Gamblin' Hall. 


Bill's has two restaurants:  The Steakhouse at Bill's and the Victorian Room.  Drai's is a high-end ultra lounge.



The entrance to the casino from the Strip. 


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