Long recognized as one of the top hotels in the U.S., Wynn Las Vegas was also recently named as one of the Top 100 Hotels in the World by Condé Nast Travelers 2015. This luxury resort sits on the corner of South Las Vegas Blvd. and Sands Avenue, across from the Venetian and the Fashion Show Mall. The Wynn Las Vegas opened in 2005 and has steadily developed a reputation for delivering five-star service and amenities to its guests.
Wynn Las Vegas has been awarded five Diamonds by AAA and a Mobil 5-Star rating, as well as five stars from Michelin and Forbes rating systems. The Wynn is also ranked as one of the Zagat Survey’s Top U.S. hotels and the resort holds records for the number of accolades that it has accumulated with its sister property that sits just next door to it on the Las Vegas Strip, the equally opulent Encore at Wynn Las Vegas.
Casino at the Wynn
The casino at the Wynn is an elegant place to indulge in a game of chance, with a wide range of slot machines and table games for your amusement. There is also a Race & Sports Book and a world-class Poker Room available that hosts daily tournaments and big events on a regular basis, promising substantial payouts for the best players.
Anytime that you stay in a room or suite at the Wynn Hotel Las Vegas, you can always count on it being loaded with a lot of style and all of the modern amenities. The Wynn resort has a variety of rooms available, and each one provides the guest with a different level of luxury.
The Wynn Deluxe Room is a 640 square-foot room featuring neutral colors and plenty of natural light, thanks to the large floor-to-ceiling windows. The furnishings and fabrics are elegant and timeless, while the bathroom is outfitted with modern touches like a 13” LCD TV, a separate shower and an oversized marble tub for the absolute ultimate in leisure.
The Wynn Deluxe Panoramic View Room has all of that, but it also comes with a stunning view of the Strip or the spectacular Wynn Golf Course, which sits on the property behind the hotel. The Wynn Panoramic View Rooms are only available on the 28th floor and above, so you can count on a truly amazing view of Las Vegas every time that you check in.
Wynn Tower Suites
If your preference is to stay in a suite, there’s almost no better place in the world to do it. That’s because the Wynn Las Vegas has placed its suites in the Wynn Tower Suites section of the resort, which is separate from the rest of the hotel and provides those staying in with a whole new set of private amenities. Guests in the Wynn Tower Suites have their own entrance and registration area, daily breakfast at Tableau and exclusive access to the Tower Suites pool.
The smallest suite available in the tower is the Wynn Tower Suite, decorated in bright neutrals and featuring a work desk and the space to relax. Wynn Tower Suites all have views of the Strip or the Golf Course and they come with in-room internet access, as well as entry to the fitness center. Meanwhile, the Wynn Executive Suite is an ideal solution for couples, with dual bathrooms and even more room to move around.
If you’re hoping to entertain or host a work meeting in your room, the Wynn Parlor Suite seems to have been made for just such a need. The Parlor Suite has a workspace with a desk and a bedroom that you can separate from the rest of the suite if you so choose. A wet bar and an extra powder room are also a part of the floor plan, as is a deep-soak, whirlpool tub in the marble bathroom.
For larger meetings or a more formal affair that require more space, you can’t go wrong with the lavishly appointed Wynn Salon Suite. At over 1800 square feet, the Salon Suite has a granite wet bar, a dining alcove and plenty of seating space, which makes it ideal for everything from a business lunch to a cocktail party. Meanwhile, its private massage room, large bedroom and exquisite master bath means that this suite is also a great place to simply get away from it all.
Wynn Fairway Villas
Finally, for those who have to have the best of everything, the Wynn Fairway Villas are the only way to go. You can choose between a one-bedroom and two-bedroom floor plan, but you’ll receive the full royal treatment either way you go, with private drive entrance and a personal concierge upon arrival. Each villa has a personal massage room and marble bathrooms with infinity tubs and rain showers for you to relax in, as well as a large living area and a workspace for when you need to get back to business. The Wynn Fairway Villas are situated right on the golf course, so the balcony that’s equipped for outdoor dining is a great way to take in the sweeping views.
Wynn Golf Course
If a great game of winter golf is what you came to Vegas for, the Wynn Golf Course won’t disappoint. It was designed by hotel owner Steve Wynn in conjunction with renowned designer Tom Fazio and the two men put the whole course together with the stunning beauty of fairways on the East Coast as their inspiration. The Wynn Golf Course is 18 holes and par-70, featuring streams and sand pits to challenge every golfer and help them to get their game to the next level. Complimentary golf shoes and clubs are provided for those who left their gear at home, so you never have to worry about being caught out at the Wynn. Wynn is the only resort on the Las Vegas Strip that has a course as a part of their facilities, so the staff here know how to make scheduling and getting in a round during your stay a smooth and seamless process.
Amazin Spa, Pool and Fitness Facilities
Of course, for those who would rather lounge around the pool than hit the links, the Wynn Las Vegas offers temperature-controlled pools, as well as Jacuzzis and cabanas that are available to rent for private use. All of the cabanas include a plasma TV, a mini-fridge, and lots of seating to allow for you and your family or friends to kick back and take a break from the desert sun. The Wynn Las Vegas also has a secluded, adults-only pool area where topless sunbathing is permitted.
The Fitness room at the Wynn hotel provides another great way to stay in shape while you’re in Las Vegas. It has high-quality fitness equipment like Cybex treadmills, stationary bikes and elliptical machines, on top of a full daily schedule of classes that are taught by certified personal trainers. You can even schedule time alone with the trainers for private instruction in order to really maximize your holiday workouts.
Once you’re done with a grueling exercise regime, there’s no better reward than a trip to the Spa at the Wynn Las Vegas. They can create a custom spa experience for you, but you can’t go wrong by indulging in one of the exclusive treatments that’s on the Spa’s menu. If you simply can’t bring yourself to leave the room, it’s also possible to arrange for an in-room treatment that is sure to leave you totally blissed out. At the Claude Baruk Salon, guests can enjoy a mix of timeless techniques and modern trends that will provide them with a one-of-a-kind visit to this full-service European beauty salon.
After all that primping, there’s no doubt that you’ll want to see and be seen, and Wynn Las Vegas has some of the hottest nightlife in town so that you can do just that. Tryst nightclub was named as Nightclub and Bar Magazine’s “Nightclub of the Year” for its impressive setting below a massive waterfall and alongside a private lagoon. Tryst hosts the top DJs in the world and even has its own specialty cocktail, the Ménage á Trois, made up of 15-year-old Grand Marnier with 24k gold flakes in it that will only cost you a cool US$3000 to enjoy. If you’re thinking that this must be the priciest drink in Vegas, think again. There’s a US$10,000 cocktail called the Ono at Encore’s XS nightclub that can top it. Guests of the Wynn and Encore hotel receive preferred entry to the club, so they are able to arrange to purchase tickets beforehand through the concierge.
Dining Options at the Wynn Las Vegas
When it comes to fine dining, there’s definitely no shortage of options at Wynn Las Vegas. The Wynn resort houses top chefs preparing imaginative and delicious dishes from all corners of the world. Try Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare for exquisite Mediterranean cuisine in a colorful and convivial atmosphere, or sample the steaks at The Country Club, which offers American classics and outdoor seating with a jaw-dropping view of the golf course. Mizumi, meanwhile, is the place to go for savory Japanese dishes, including the freshest sushi and perfectly-prepared, certified Kobe beef, which can be nearly impossible to find anywhere else in the United States.
Casual diners aren’t left out in the cold at Wynn’s Las Vegas resort, however. Allegro presents Italian-American comfort food that is made using only the freshest ingredients possible, while The Drugstore Café has simple, but tasty offerings of soups, salads, sandwiches and desserts. Red 8 prepares Asian dishes from Korea, Vietnam, China and Thailand and uses the distinctive flavors of each culture to deliver an outstanding and eclectic menu.
If you’re more in the mood to have a drink and people-watch, try Parasol Up or Parasol Down, two of Wynn Las Vegas’ most unusual bar and lounge areas. These are the places to watch the hotel’s 40-foot waterfall and see the Lake of Dreams, two of the Strip’s best kept secret attractions. Enjoy Parasol Up first and take in the views of the dancing parasols from there before riding the spiral escalator up to the more secluded Parasol Down, where whimsical décor and a festive atmosphere await.
Finally, for those who are staying in the Wynn Tower Suites, it’s worth your time to head over to the Tower Suite Bar for a drink before your meal at Tableau. This is the premiere spot for relaxing with friends over a morning Mimosa or having a pre-dinner cocktail to start your evening off on the right foot.