Wynn Las Vegas
What We Love
- Jetsetter 2014 Best of the Best Finalist: Best Nightlife
- A true hotel experience—unlike at almost every other resort in Vegas, you enter a lobby, not a casino, to check in
- One of the best collections of restaurants of any resort anywhere, and many have sliding glass windows opening to the beautiful lake
- You might spy Wynn himself, as he constantly roams and inspects the resort looking for things to fix or improve
What To Know
- Children 20 and under are permitted only if accompanied by an adult 21 or over
- All Wynn rooms were renovated in 2011
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
With its tower of shimmering copper-colored glass curving across the desert sky, Wynn Las Vegas’s regal presence on the Strip redefined magnificence when it debuted in April 2005. Today, Steve Wynn’s masterpiece continues to refine the art of the Vegas escape, with personal service normally found only in boutique hotels, stunning rooms with stellar views, and more to eat, drink, buy and experience than at any resort in Sin City. With the emphasis on hospitality rather than gambling — and sans gimmicky volcanoes, pirate ships or other animatronics — this resort elevates every element of a stay to dizzying heights.
Bed and Bath
The Wynn’s rooms start at a spacious 640 square feet—about as large as it gets in this town before entering suite territory. The clean European decor lends a sophisticated pied-à-terre feel, with tufted love seats, upholstered headboards and a serene palette of cream and toffee. Sunshine streams through floor-to-ceiling windows that frame views of the Strip. Large marble bathrooms have deep soaking tubs, twin sinks and toiletries custom-made for the resort.
In the Area
The resort is intended to be stand-alone and self-contained, and it’s slightly farther from the heart of the Strip, so it’s not as conducive to exploring as many of its interconnected rivals. All the better, as you’d be hard pressed to take advantage of all the resort has to offer between Wynn and the neighboring Encore Wynn (guests have access to facilities in both). Encore offerings include the spa, which has 37 treatment rooms as well as saunas, steam rooms and hot tubs; two pools, including an adults-only topless European pool with a 60,000-square-foot outdoor bar; and, of course, the casino (warning: minimums tend to be high at this high-roller spot). Restaurants range from the classic Italian fare at Sinatra to the pan-Asian Wazuzu, and there are six bars.
How to Get There
Very nice hotel, nice rooms, good service, reasonably priced (compared to some others of similar quality) and good location. I chose the Wynn as some of the neighboring hotels were very expensive for the period (March Madness was in full swing). Worth checking them out if you're headed to Vegas.
The Wynn is by far the best place to stay, especially on the strip. The staff are professional but personable and engaging. The food, drink and atmosphere are terrific. Try the Wynn Insider for more value, especially the suite upgrades.
Just regular, I prefer Bellagio or Cosmo. I waites 30 minutes for my room anda I arrived after 3 pm, They gave me my room and when I arrived to the rrom, the maids where starting to clean it up.
I waited 1 hour for my Mizumi table.
Great time watching all of the games in the Encore Theater and the Wynn Sportsbook. Definitely an annual trip from now on. I wish there was more alcohol in my drinks but I think that's a problem at every casino.
Probably my helper from the reception desk was new, however she didn’t even know what to do or what she has to explain to her coworker to get the reservation right. After all this happening, we got a dirty room. The show, shopping. Casino, and everything were great except for the check in process and cleanliness of the room.