At Wynn Las Vegas, every room and suite is designed for a serene and stylish retreat. With 22 Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotels, spas and restaurants collectively across its global portfolio, Wynn Resorts holds the most Five-Star awards of any independent hotel company in the world.
3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas Strip Las Vegas Nevada 89109 USA
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Not sure if it's the scent throughout the hotel or the lounge, or bougie music.. but when I am here, I am in another world. Say what you want about Steve Wynn, but his hotels and their people are top-notch. The butterflies are... a lot... and everywhere... but they grow on you.
While we stayed at the Wynn three times before for a combined birthday/ Thanksgiving weekend, this was our first visit post-pandemic, and since the guest rooms have undergone an extensive redesign. The restaurants, casino and public areas of the Wynn and Encore are still among the most beautiful in Vegas; and while we don't generally shop in the very upscale shops (Van Cleef & Arpels, Dior, Hermes and more), it is still a great deal of fun to peek in and look at the window displays; in fact, we didn't discover a new 2-story *mall* area at the Wynn (featuring Urth Caffe and Cipriani), until our last evening, after the shops had already closed for the day. While at the "top" of the Strip, the Wynn is still walkable to most of the other major casinos; I managed to walk as far as Cosmopolitan one day, but as wandering through various casinos does pile on the mileage, any further might be best with transportation; a cab ride from the Wynn to Caesar's one evening (to see Adele in concert) cost about $11 each way with tip, paying cash (most of the taxi services along the Strip charge an extra $3 fee to use a card). The re-designed standard king guest rooms at the Wynn are still very comfortable; the previous white pleather and colorful pop art are now gone, replaced with a design theme that is brown, black, muted and slightly masculine. There are oddities; leather pads on the new bathroom shelves (housekeeping placed all of our toiletries on washcloths, to protect the leather). A weird new lighting panel to control all the lighting in every part of the room, that takes time to figure out, and won't do most of what you want (Hope to dim the lights significantly? Forget it). The minibar now takes pride of place, like an altar, lit from above, featuring snacks. Don't touch or move anything for more than 30 seconds, or you might be charged. You can order a mini-fridge for $25, for your own personal use, so that's helpful. (I would have preferred to have all of that junk food out-of-sight; although I understand why it makes no sense for a hotel to do that.) We ate at both Wazuzu and Jardin at the Encore, both were serviceable, although neither was amazing. But these are all minor gripes. The truth is, the overall atmosphere at the Wynn and Encore are still miles above most of the other large casino complexes on the Strip. It's just prettier, lovelier and classier; and the view from our room (of Red Rocks) couldn't be beat. In fact, the view was so great, we drove over, and spent a day hiking there. Wonderful trip, all around. With luck, we'll be back.
Wonderful resort! Great restaurants! Great amenities and staff very friendly. We stayed 5 glorious nights in the Encore building of the Wynn and were super impressed. Make sure to catch the show Awaking at the Encore theater while you’re there. Clean and comfortable room, we had the panoramic view suite and enjoyed the view every night, especially dining in with the night Vegas strip view. We super enjoyed of stay at the Wynn!