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After a month of rumors and speculation, Caesars Entertainment officially announced The Cromwell as replacement name for short-lived Gansevoort, which replaced Bill's Gamblin' Hall and Saloon which replaced Barbary Coast. They've set up a new website, @cromwellvegas on Twitter and Facebook.... you'll have to find your own Cromwell Pinterest pinboard.
The new renderings show greater detail about the exterior of the building - putty beige with white, gray and violet accents - and show the placement and signage of the forthcoming Drai's rooftop night/day club and Giada's restaurant. Slightly Cosmopolitanish.
Additionally, they've unveiled The Cromwell logo.
Looks like a wide spaced, stretched, toed san serif... possibly from the Futura or Penumbra family, but with the "W" and "M" replaced by two V's, rotated as required. Slightly Cosmopolitanish.
The C wraps modified versions of the "M" and "W" that look like a squashed bug. Stuffing letters inside a C... very c-lightly Cosmopolitanish. Not good.
Additionally, The Cromwell has released some bathroom renderings.
A peekaboo shower wrapped in tile mosaics, no doors to the toilet. Slightly Cosmopolitanish.
Well, it is obvious that The Cromwell is trying to appeal to the curious class. Let them eat cake.
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