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The Cromwell and Late Night Noise

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Yall, Sep 16, 2014.

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  1. Yall

    Yall Low-Roller

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    Hi All,

    Planning a December trip for just the wife and myself. We've bounced around different properties over the last 7 trips, with our previous 2 being at non-CET properties (MGM and Cosmo). We like to try new places and this time around, The Cromwell caught our eye. Our TR accounts are basically nil, so I expect little to no relief in terms of special offers, but even so, their prices seem quite reasonable as do the reviews on TripAdvisor and similar sites.

    If fact, the only consistent gripe seems to be related to noise, either from Drai's or due to the close proximity to the street. So my question if for anyone that has stayed at The Cromwell:

    Did you find the noise to be intolerable, bothersome, annoying, etc.?

    To frame things up a bit, we party. For all of the places we've stayed noise has never been an issue, largely because we don't sleep as much as "pass out" and I wonder if that would also be the case at The Cromwell.

    Thanks in advance for your thoughts! :thumbsup:
     
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  2. Oskee2001

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    We're much the same and we usually just pass out too. I don't think Cromwell is any worse than wynn or encore, which we never have a problem with. I'd say stay there with confidence. We were going to as well but my wife needs a pool which they lack except for the daylife one.
     
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    Wynn was the quietest hotel I think I ever remember. Dead silent at night.

    Isn't Wynn the place where the employees will stop making noise if they see a guest in the hallway?
     
  4. Xavier Cage

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    I read the same reviews about noise on Yelp. I am staying there next week but I'm like you. My time in Vegas involves me staying out until morning and passing out in my room.
     
  5. Oskee2001

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    if your room is facing the clubs, you'll faintly hear bass into the wee hours of the morning. You may have been on the side that faces away.
     
  6. Yall

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    Thanks for the responses. Ended up going with the Flamingo this trip. Right next door, and about 500 cheaper.
     
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    I find it hilarious that people who go to party-town and drink, holler, roam the strip with drinks, and generally cut loose expect it to be quiet as a church nave when they get to their room to sleep! Noise and Vegas go together.
     
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    I've never heard any noise in Vegas while I'm sleeping.
     
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    LOL..........+1
     
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    Too funny!
     
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    I have a sound machine app on my phone that I use when I sleep. It drowns out any ambient noise that my disturb me from my alcohol-induced coma. Highly recommend :thumbsup:
     
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    My room was on the third floor facing the alley/loading docks. View sucked but I never heard a thing.
     
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    No noise after a couple of 44 oz Chi Chi's and a couple of shots of Tequila:drunk:
     
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    don't forget that there are many people who don't go to vegas to party. with that being said, i do expect it to be nosier in vegas than in other vacation destinations.
     
  15. worldtraveler661

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    Thats why there are places like Trump, Aria, Bellagio, Mandarin and dozens of other places if you want peace and quiet where there isnt a club directly next to rooms. I dont get it either when people complain about noise at places like Cosmo, its a party atmosphere. I guess yes I understand if you totally have no clue what Vegas is all about, then I would be shocked too. Oh well. lol
     
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    I agree with this,
    Although most members of this board are regular vacationers in Las Vegas,there are thousands of people there every day for business and other things.
    I have been to large business meetings hosted at Cosmo,Caesars,Paris,Wynn and several other strip properties.
    Staying at a quiet property was not an option.
    If you're in town for gambling,sports betting,business or any other reason besides clubbing,you should be entitled to a room that does not vibrate until 4am from the base at nightclubs.
    This is even worse when paying $300-500 night for a room.
     
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    yeah, many people can't afford the hotels you mentioned. flamingo rooms are like $25 a night. bellagio is like $250. big difference. i'm just saying that there is a large amount of people that go to vegas for other reasons than to party (and party every night).
     
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    +1.
     
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    I'm not in Vegas to party. I'm there to gamble. I want to sleep at night.
     
  20. worldtraveler661

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    of course. Theres Southpoint, Mandalay, Westin, Elara, Hooters, Strat, etc. Its not like every hotel has music bumpin all day long. LOL. Its most likely only Cromwell, Cosmo, Encore and MGM. Other than that all other hotels arent affected by the late night club noise.

    I've stayed at almost every single hotel in Vegas in my over 100 stays, some several times. The only room I ever felt I had noticed the noise was at Cosmo, but thats because I was in a terrace room just a few floors up from the pool area. I've stayed at other Cosmo rooms thats not direct to the pool and never heard a noise. Of the 125K rooms in Vegas, I'm sure only a few thousand (5%) will have a chance of some possible noise.
     
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