What We Love
- Two Michelin starred Chinese restaurants: Golden Flower and Wing Lei
- Heated outdoor pool with cabanas and oversized landscaping
- Massive moon jellyfish aquarium and kitschy cool animatronic shows
- Glamorous crimson suites in the resort’s Encore Tower
What To Know
- Free return shuttle from ferry terminals and border gate
- WiFi costs MOP 160 a day
- There is a fire-and-lights spectacular on the Performance Lake
- Majority of casino floor space designated for VIPs
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
The younger sister of the Wynn Las Vegas certainly admires its famous older sister. This Macau resort mimics Vegas’s swooping gold-clad shape, Art Deco-inspired interiors, all-suite Encore tower, restaurants (Mizumi, Wing Lei, Red 8), high-design Esplanade shops and award-winning Wynn Spa. But in lieu of Sin City’s staggering 4,750 rooms, the Wynn Macau has about 1,000 glam rooms with high-end linens, huge flatscreen TVs and living areas with floor-to-ceiling windows and sofas. With its location on the Peninsula away from the Cotai Strip madness, it’s even easier to visit the byways of the World Heritage old town—that is, if you can tear yourself away from the lively baccarat and fan-tan tables downstairs.
In the Area
Nearly 450 years of Portuguese rule packs a lot of history into 11 square miles (see: Macau Museum), but no UNESCO-protected cobblestone is as exciting as the resulting cuisine. Delicate egg tarts (natas) from Lord Stow’s Bakery are a classic breakfast. Café Ou Mun offers heartier fare such as fried pork chop buns, coconut cakes and iced coffee sweetened with banana syrup. Dine beachside on suckling pig and baked clams at Fernando, or beneath camphor trees in a calçada courtyard at Alberque 1601 on bacalhau cakes, stuffed crabs and the coconut-milk-basted Macanese misnomer, African Chicken.
How to Get There
If you are looking for all the glitz, glamour, lights and sounds of Macau PLUS a level of service that I have never experienced before, then you have to come to Wynn, Macau for drinks or dinner at Ristorante il Teatro. The performance lake is spectacular to watch with one of Richie's fantastic cocktails in hand.
But I was blown away how we treated like royalty, right from the reception desk who personally escorted us to the restaurant, to the all the restaurant staff, who took us out to the balcony for an amazing vantage view, and who just lovely, attentive, and friendly. It's very classy (although we were very casual) yet very affordable.
Wynn, you have won a customer for life. I can't wait to come back.
Upon check-in, we knew we were in the right hotel. Our check-in attendant, Ran, was very sweet and professional making sure we felt welcome. The turn-down service was the extra attention which helped make our experience stand out. The room was exactly what we had hoped for and the in-room food service performed how elite hospitality should. So glad to have tried the spa as well where staff were very attentive to our needs. We would definitely stay here again and will recommend to all we know that visit Macau.
fantastic hotel !!! one of the best hotels i have visited in my travel to 18 countries. pls do become a member first and then book the room, online with the available offer. it would have been great if it was available for the weekend as well.
Very recommended hotel troom stay at macau. It is clean, cosy and spacious. Worth the price. The building design is nice too. Surely will be back to stay there if i visit macau again. Hotel staff are friendly too
I spent two nights in the Wynn Tower and I really enjoyed the service. Check in and check out were fast and efficient. I ate at two restaurants on site and the service there was also very good. It is in a good location with Star World and MGM right across the street. Grand Lisboa hotel is a block over and Fisherman's Wharf is about a 30 minute walk away. By taxi, the Macau ferry terminal is about 10 to 20 minutes away depending on traffic. Outside to the right are local shuttles to the ferry terminal and Wynn Cotai.
By the elevator entrance is the sundry store which was open every time I walked by it. I checked the Sundry store one time and they did not offer much in regards to souvenirs. They did not offer drinks for sale.
The hotel room is spacious. The bed is comfortable. Bathroom is immense. It has a separate tub and shower. The double vanity is stocked with plenty of supplies. They have free Wi-Fi. The electronic lights and curtain are easy to operate. Getting around the casino is relatively easy. One thing I did notice about casinos in general in Macau, one has to be 21 to walk through the casino. Some of the restaurants are located in the casino area so they are inaccessible to those under 21. If under 21, to get to some locations, one will have walk outside and around and enter through another entrance. This is one thing to think about if bringing a family to Macau.
The pool area is spectacular but compared to the rest of the complex, it is a small area. You can access it from a small door located near check in. I walked by it twice before it was pointed out to me. There is a wonderful view of it walking into the building but I did not see many people utilize it. It is not very long or deep.
The shops are all high end. Near the entrance to Wynn Encore in the rotunda are 2 shows I missed. Out front is the water show which I caught part of. If you have seen the water show at other venues, you are not missing much.
This was wonderful property to just relax and unwind. I would definitely stay here again.