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.
It has been a long time since we stayed at a major strip hotel. The four rating is an average of some poor elements and some excellent ones. The experience started with a poor element. We arrived at 3:30 on a HOT Friday afternoon. The lobby has two registration desks- the one that was empty the entire time we were checking in and the one where a "few hundred of our closest friends" were waiting in line. I spent 45 minutes in line, while my spouse looked for a place to sit (few seats in the lobby and luggage not allowed in the lounges). There were about 10 clerks working, but it seemed every other person checking in had a issue that took considerable time to solve. A number of apparent managers stood behind the clerks doing something/nothing? There was no attempt to add additional clerks, move people to the other empty registration desk or in anyway solve the problem. The line was as long when I checked in as when we arrived- not a lot of happy campers there. The good news, service wise, was when I did get to the desk, the clerk was genuinely apologetic, professional and helpful. And this high quality proved to be the routine level of service we found at the lounges, valet, housekeeping and check out. A defective hairdryer was replaced in 5 minutes after a call to housekeeping. The service score would have been a five without the checkin mess. The hotel is a huge modern structure with nearly as large Encore tower and another coming up in place of the golf course. The casino is like every other casino in town- glitzy and formulaic. There are 14 restaurant/lounges, just in the Wynn. The public spaces are attractive and run from the subdued in the hallways to the wild and crazy in the lobby. There are also 14 high speed elevators which allowed for minimum waits ( despite 2700 rooms). All the high end shopping one could want in the arcade. The room was about 1/3 the way up the 60 story building, large with an equally large bathroom. It was attractively decorated, fully furnished in high quality materials with a number of pieces of fun art. A touch panel for lights, shades and privacy /service lights worked well, The room had a high quality, quiet HVAC system that controlled the room temp very well. A larger flatscreen had a good selection of channels. The bed and linens were excellent. The bathroom had a shower, tub and double sink. The towels were very good and the toiletries were excellent. Everything was functional and spotlessly clean. The room had a safe at eye level ( thank you) double suitcase racks and robes. The water glasses were glass as were the wine glasses- no paper or plastic here.What it did not have was coffee service, microwave and the refer was an electronically controlled mini bar that could not be used for any other purpose. Mini bar items were the usual outrageously priced items which sets the stage for one of the shocks from not having stayed at a strip hotel for a long time. Obviously the approach of living off the gambling and providing affordable food and beverage are long gone. The items in the sundries store, the beverages in the lounges and the food in the restaurants were priced at a level that could only be described as stratospheric. Add the mandatory resort charge of $44.22 per day ( internet, phone calls, etc including tax) to more than a $200 per night rate plus a 13.4% room tax and the stay could and does get very pricy. Maybe if you are a whale it works, but not for the general public. Fortunately you can cross the street and find normally priced food and buy a bottle of wine for what a glass costs at the hotel. In summary- it is a very high quality facility with a professional staff. However you pay and pay dearly for nearly everything in the house. For a special occasion, that may be fine; as a regular occurrence we will stay off the strip next time down.
Checking was smooth, was given a nice room on the 57 th floor, room was clean and well presented. Disappointed to see that the hotel now charges for valet parking and self parking was being setup for charging, so that will be next. I hope that hotel guests can at least self park for free. The room did miss out on coasters for your glasses to sit on in the main room. This is still the premier hotel for rooms and servility overall. Wazuzu is still a great restaurant located in Encore. We will be back.
My wife and I stayed there for 3 days and we really enjoyed every minute of it. The rooms are stunning, the staff very helpful, and the facilities are top notch! However, what really stood out for us is that, compared to other hotels on the strip, the lobby looked a lot less crowded, which enhanced our experience even more. We would certainly stay there again for my next Vegas trip.
Don't let the 5 star rating fool you; this is a pretty hotel, but it is huge and does not have service of a true 5 star hotel such as the Mandarin Oriental. Mistake number one: I should have carried my own bag. It took about two hours for the bag to get to my room; I had faster service on a cruise line, and this was after my luggage was screened. Mistake number two: billing mistakes were made, and the receptionist declined to budge. It took an act of congress, forty minutes and "negotiating" with a non existing manager to have the issues resolved. Breakfast took forever. There is really no reason to stay here. The only reason why we stayed here was the location of the conference I was attending. Anything positive: the room is large and the public areas beautiful.
If you want to be waited on by rude and snotty staff members, while paying a super premium, this is your place! The bartenders at the B Bar were by far the laziest and rudest servers I have ever met. $26 for 4 beers with a ton of attitude... Not for me
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Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 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
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109-1967
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