Wynn Las Vegas
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First class all the way! The Wynn Las Vegas is definitely one of the higher end casino resorts on The Strip. Comparable to the Bellagio and Venetian, the Wynn offer outstanding service and dining. A definite recommend for anyone looking to stay in an upscale Las Vegas resort.
Let's start with the negatives. Outside there is plastic turf. For a hotel that has beautifully-executed flower mosaics throughout the casino and shopping areas, the turf is tacky. Why not desert plants? Cacti and spreading succulents? The pine tree is very nice, but it needs more water. Quite unnecessary. The room was comfortable, spacious, and well-appointed, but the light system had few lighting options and there was dust on the wine glasses. The food options need a lot of help. Everything had non-whole grain or sugar. If it was "vegan" it had a sweetener. Can we get off the sweetener hook and be more creative with healthy whole foods? How about sprouted grains and real whole milk yogurt with whey, not the highly-overrated Greek compromise for cream? I had a dental infection when arriving that I was treating naturally without drugs. To get real unsweetened yogurt and kombucha, I took a taxi to Smith's supermarket 3 miles away in a seedy neighborhood where large bags had to be put in lockers. The closest Whole Foods is 5+ miles away. The closest I could get to natural yogurt on premises was a peanut butter banana smoothie from Terrace Pointe Cafe. I wanted a custom smoothie, but that wasn't happening with the bartender's attitude, and she refused to tell me if the peanut butter was sweetened. It certainly had sugar and tasted like it came from a Reese's peanut butter cup. Please. The restaurant downstairs from the Tower Suites was very good, but it was busy in the mornings and there was no appointed area for hotel guests. Reservations were needed. The music outside got annoying after a while. Hey, change it up every day, will ya?As for everything else, the casino was not obnoxiously noisy and the interior decoration was consistently beautiful throughout. Service was attentive and helpful, except for that bartender at Terrace Pointe. The Venetian and Fashion Show across the streets had plenty of other shopping and food choices, though a place might have been a half mile walk.The best part of my experience was getting a facial from Kelly at the Spa. She alone made the hotel 4 stars instead of 3. She did a phenomenal job on my pores and even got rid of some milia. Everyone else at the spa was accommodating, non-judgmental (I'm a bit eccentric), and helpful.How would I give 5 stars? Dust everything in the room, not just the table tops. In spite of the turf, put some whole grains, sourdoughs, sprouts, and foods that don't rely on sweeteners to taste good on the menus. And make an area especially for hotel guests who wake up and just want a cup of coffee and some breakfast. Lastly, turn off the music in the morning outside. Nobody wants to hear it when the sun comes up. How about a little peace and quiet or at the least classical or jazz? All of the casinos should adhere to that. Vegas on the Strip is Vegas in the evenings. In the morning, it's construction in the middle of the desert.
Wow- this hotel really is something else. The scale is immense and the quality of furnishings incredibly high. An issue with staffing levels meant the check-in took over 20 minutes which is not what I expect from a hotel of this calibre. To their credit we were given an upgrade for the inconvenience which more than made up for the delay. What a view! Service was excellent throughout our stay and brunch was phenomenal. Definitely somewhere I'd love to revisit- I wish every day could be like staying at the Wynn!
We had been longing to see what all the raves and excellent reviews the place was getting was all about. And even with just 2 nights of stay, we have a clear idea as to the reasons. Like in any hotel or casino in Las Vegas, the best way to check-in is first to park your vehicle afforded to its patrons/guests which is open to the public and free. Wynn has ample parking, clean, safe and well lighted with quick entry into the casino areas.The hotel is exquisitely and overly decorated but to its credit, draws pleasant feelings through viewed images, colors and designs. Bottom line...it works. The rooms are quite spacious, luxurious and very well decorated. The bathroom is big and well designed. The beds were comfortable and the bedding/linen looks and feels luxurious. We had a very good view of the strip so what more could you ask.We had some minor smell/scent issue in one of our rooms but they relocated us immediately.Though a bit pricey, this hotel is highly recommended.
I stayed here while in Vegas for a conference. Really great location, room and services was very good. Like all Vegas hotels, it was just big. A positive experience with easy access to everything. Check in queue was large, but went down quickly.
Stayed here for a relaxing weekend. So many things are beautiful: the entrance with its floral sculptures, the reflecting pond backed by a towering limestone waterfall. The Wynn mostly avoids the tawdry, flashy, cheap feeling all too prevalent in Vegas. I had a very indulgent massage in the spa, which was exactly what I needed to unwind. Food at the SW steakhouse, the buffet, and room service was excellent. Views from my room on the 55th floor were amazing (although the building doesn't actually have that many floors, they skip many numbers for luck). I'm glad I stayed here.Just three things I would change to make the experience perfect:1. Isolate the casino. As someone who doesn't gamble, the casino is just an annoying part of Vegas for me. It's hard to make a casino tasteful, since they're all designed to be as flashy as possible. I didn't like having to walk through the casino to get places.2. Make the resort smoke free. As a Californian, I'm not used to being in public spaces where people are smoking. To be honest, it really cheapens the beauty of the hotel to have clouds of smoke everywhere. I was surprised that there were so many restaurants near the smoke - how can one enjoy food with the smoke?3. Noise issues. Our room, located in the tower suites with a view towards the west, was disturbed by the noise at a nightclub on the ground. We thought since our room was on one of the highest floors that this wouldn't be an issue, but it was annoying at 2 am after a long day to hear pounding music in such a highly rated hotel. The staff told us on checkout that we should have gotten a "golf course view" room to avoid the noise. But if you ask me, a luxury hotel shouldn't require acrobatics to get a good night's sleep.Still glad I stayed here, on balance!
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- 2716 rooms & suites
- Unique dining experiences
- Amazing nightclub environments
- Multiple pools surrounded by sculptured gardens & spas
- An 18-hole championship golf course, designed by Tom Fazio and Steve Wynn, located on the property
- World class casino with the latest in slot machines & traditional table games
- A full service spa w/complete salon services, barber shop, treatment rooms & wet areas
- High-end retail boutiques & shops
- A Ferrari & Maserati dealership
- Shows including Le Reve - The Dream
Resort Rooms include:
- 1 king or 2 double 'pillow top signature Wynn beds'
- Flat screen LCD/high definition TV
- Wireless internet
- Automatic beside drapery controls
- Sitting area with couch, ottoman, dining table & chairs
- Bathroom with soaking tub
- Glass enclosed shower
- Private toilet,
- 'Desert Bamb' bathroom amenities & oversized Turkish towels
- Maximum occupancy 4 persons
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Wynn Las VegasLas Vegas,United States
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3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109-1967
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