Wynn Las Vegas is famous for upholding incredibly high standards when it comes to quality and service. This huge resort is the epitome of modern elegance, with world-class restaurants and stylish guest rooms. When you stay at Wynn, you can be sure you’ll be treated like a VIP from the moment you walk in.
The standard room at Wynn Las Vegas is the Wynn Resort room. At 640 square feet, it’s a spacious and comfortable retreat, and the clean, neutral décor is both classic and modern at the same time. Lots of natural light comes in from floor-to-ceiling windows, and you can control the room’s lighting and draperies by a bedside console.
The Wynn Tower Suite Parlor gives you more space at 1,280 square feet in size, and has a separate bedroom and living room. It’s perfect for entertaining guests, with a wet bar and lots of seating. When staying in a Tower Suite you have an exclusive entrance, as well as access to the private Tower Suites pool.
When only the best will do, the glamorous Wynn Fairway Villa comes as a 1 or 2 bedroom configuration complete with butler service and limo service to and from the airport. You’ll have 2 marble bathrooms with a rain shower and infinity-edged bathtub, as well as a private outdoor patio.
The Wynn has an impressive collection of world-class restaurants… in fact, 2 of them are featured in our list of the top 10 restaurants in Las Vegas. There is something for everyone, and we mean everyone: owner Steve Wynn is vegan, so every Wynn restaurant offers vegan options.
Sinatra is a Forbes Four-Star Award-winning Italian restaurant on property, and was created as a tribute to Frank Sinatra. The swinging music and the tastefully retro décor make it perfect for a romantic dinner. Classic Italian cuisine is given a sophisticated twist here, with such delicious dishes as Veal Parmesan and (Frank’s favorite) Spaghetti and Clams.
Wing Lei is a rare treasure of a restaurant, and its exquisite décor reflects that with its inspiration taken from a Chinese jewel box. This is the first Chinese restaurant in North America to earn a Michelin Star. There is a large menu to select from featuring Cantonese, Shanghai and Szechuan cuisines. We highly recommend the Imperial Peking Duck, which is carved at your table.
If you are craving A5 Japanese Wagyu, you can find it at SW Steakhouse, the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Awarded restaurant by Chef David Walzog. Their Chile-Rubbed Double Rib Eye was featured on Food Network’s “Best Thing I Ever Ate”. To make the experience even more sublime, you’ll have a beautiful view of the Lake of Dreams.
Entertainment and Nightlife
When you’re ready for a wild night out, head to XS Lounge right on property, an indoor / outdoor nightclub that regularly hosts world-famous DJs like Diplo, The Chainsmokers, and Kygo. Inside the décor and vibe is elegant and sexy, and when you step outside there’s the Encore’s sparkling pool area.
It’s here that Encore Beach Club’s Night Swim takes place, which is a night time pool party… in other words, a nightclub in the water. Imagine this: listening to your favorite DJ on a pumping sound system while floating in the water sipping on your favorite cocktail. Sounds great, right? It is. EBC Night Swim has a fun, upbeat atmosphere that’s contagious.
Wynn Las Vegas has its own 18-hole championship golf course, called Wynn Golf Club. Designed by famous architect Tom Fazio, the course is so filled with lush greenery and sparkling streams that you’ll definitely forget for a moment that you’re on the Las Vegas Strip.
There are 2 main swimming pools at Wynn. The first pool is large and surrounded by gorgeous gardens, while the second pool is a smaller pool for guests aged 21 and up. The adult’s only pool allows topless sunbathing if you so choose. We recommend reserving a cabana for the full VIP experience.
When you need to recharge after spending time on the Strip, you can retreat to The Spa at Wynn, the first spa in Las Vegas to be awarded the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Award. Here the newly reimagined design concept conjures up the essence of nightfall, and the décor has a stunningly chic East meets West feel. If you want to try your luck at the tables later on, we recommend their Good Luck Ritual, designed to promote happiness and prosperity.
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