Wynn Hotel and Casino
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2,716 rooms, all rooms are large 640+ sq ft.
110,000 square feet.
The Spa at Wynn 45,000 square feet, with 45 treatment rooms.
Pool complex with four pools and two jacuzzis, pools are heated between 82-85 F° year-round.
Wynn Esplanade, From Brioni to Manolo Blahnik, all high end stores.
Indoor walkways overflowing with flowers. The 3 acre Lake of Dreams, featuring nightly free multimedia shows. The only Strip casino with an on-site 18 hole golf course ($500 green fees).
High end stores that line the entrance corridor, from Brioni to Manolo Blahnik
Pool and Spa
Five pools plus two Jacuzzis. More, please.
45,000 square feet and 45 treatment rooms. More, please.
Poker Room and Sports Book
One of the top poker rooms in Vegas. 26 tables. More, please.
37 plasma Televisions plus three 12 foot screens. 125 seats in the race/sports book, 50 in the lounge, plus 20 in the VIP lounge. More, please.
Bars and Lounges and Nightclubs
Blush Boutique Nightclub
Scaled back in size from typical Vegas Nightclubs to an occupancy of 400. Complete with Onyx lit dance floor and outdoor patio.
Large upscale, 1,200 occupancy, Nightclub.
Wynn, along with its sister property Encore, comprise one part of the Vegas Luxury triumvirate. The Venetian and its sister property Palazzo, plus Bellagio complete the triumvirate of Vegas Strip Luxury Hotels.
Mostly the buzz is: "What's not to like, just remember to bring lots of cash." What's not to like? the following, apparently. Guests were disappointed at check-in waits, along with rooms not being ready until late afternoon. Noise from nightclub can be heard in rooms above.
Most of the buzz is full of superlatives: Rooms are beautiful, with views to die for. Beds were super comfortable. The whole experience was great. Faultless. Can't wait to return to Wynn.
2,716 rooms and suites, starting at 640 square feet. Rooms are luxurious, complete with all the little extras you would expect at a top Vegas Strip, electric drapes, Flat screen TV in the bathroom, separate soaking tub and shower, yada yada... More, please.
Franco Dragone brings his Cirque du Soleil aesthetic to this in the round production. More, please.
Chef Alessandro Stratta, known as Alex serves Mediterranean Cuisine at this expensive restaurant. More, please.
Bartolotta di Mare
While Chef Paul Bartolotta serves wonderful pasta dishes, fish take center stage here, along with the spectacular views of Wynn's man made lake. More, please.
Country Club Grill
Signature dishes include black truffle crusted filet with cognac sauce in his somewhat secluded restaurant, overlooking the 18th hole of the Wynn golf course. More, please.
Daniel Boulud Brasserie
Enjoy Daniel Boulud's take on modern French cu sine while viewing Wynn's "Lake of Dreams" More, please.
High end Japanese restaurant, featuring sushi, sashimi and robatayaki grill dishes. More, please.
Red 8 Asian Bistro
Asian restaurant, featuring Southeast Asian and Cantonese cuisine with Malaysian influence. More, please.
Italian cuisine, everything from wood-fired pizza and Rigatoni and Meatballs to Seared Sea Scallops and Veal Marsala. More, please.
Traditional high-end Steakhouse with traditional menu items and prices. Patio overlooks "Lake of Dreams" More, please.
Located poolside in the Towers Suite lobby, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Chef David Spero serves what he classifies as modern American cuisine. From Kobe Beef Burgers to Wild Blueberry Pancakes. More, please.
Terrace Point Cafe
High-end coffee shop, open 7am-11pm.
Chef Richard Chen blends Cantonese, Shanghai, and Szechwan cooking styles. A five course Peking Duck meal is offered for $78 per person. More, please.
Next to the sports book, serving kosher style corned beef and pastrami sandwiches.
The only real competition to the buffet at Bellagio. Perhaps the nicest buffet dining room. More, please.