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3131 Las Vegas Blvd. South : Map | Gmap

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History:

Built on the hallowed grounds of the legendary Desert Inn, Wynn Las Vegas (or Lose Las Vegas, depending on how you fare at the tables) is upscale delish, kinda like Bellagio, but casual, cozy and better. Built for a $2 Bajillion dollars and originally called 'La Reve' (from the Picasso painting which the Wynn's own) the Wynn Las Vegas caters to the discriminating Vegas aficionado. Wynn Las Vegas opened April 28th, 2005.


Wynn Las Vegas Cool Stuff:

Amazing deal from Travelocity: Win at the Wynn! Save up to 20% & a $100 resort credit when you book a 3+night flight+hotel stay at the Wynn. Ends 12/31.
Le Steve (our Steve Wynn comic book)
Wynn sweeps 2009 Trippies, VT's Best of Las Vegas Readers Poll
Our reviews of Red 8, SW Steakhouse, Terrace Pointe Cafe, Daniel Boulud Brasserie,
Wynn Las Vegas construction photos (including the rubble of the Desert Inn)
There is no 4th floor in the WLV. Reason? 4 is an unlucky number to Asian high-rollers.



The Real Deal on Wynn Las Vegas:

Elegant, gorgeous and only slightly full of its stuffy self. Without at doubt, the original chocolate curve means many things to many people, even inciting a quasi-religious sect of Wynn fans bowing at the altar of The Steve and Roger the Baptist. With its cooey-cuddly decor, gracious staff, easy wayfinding, phenomenal dining options and once exquisite room offerings (now overdue for redrafting) there sure is lots to love about Wynn Las Vegas, including the best tasting bag of $12 potato chips you'll ever have.


The Casino at Wynn Las Vegas

Table games include: Blackjack, Craps, Caribbean Stud, Roulette, Let It Ride, Pai Gow, Three Card Poker, Pai Gow Poker and Casino War. Wanna bet on hoops, gridiron or the ponies? The Wynn's got a 'book designed like a lounge. Sounds comfy... So is poker your game? Well than the Wynn might just be your joint... 24-7 Hold 'Em, Stud, Omaha and Razz (Razz! - the most irritating poker game on the planet!).

Weekend table limits range from the odd $10 or 15 blackjack to $25 blackjack on up. Craps tables are $25 on the line.

Video poker machines are state of the art, crystal clear touch screen machines with super fast video rendering engines. They are surprisingly loose if you stick with em for a while. Same goes for dollar and up slots as well. We hit many mini-jackpots (below $500) our first trip out.


The Rooms at Wynn Las Vegas

Couches, bedside electronic drapery controls, flat-screen TV's, cordless fax, phone and internet access, heavy linens and thick turkish towels, a soaking tub and an LCD TV in the bathroom. Higher ticket accomodations have even more groovy shit in them... click through to see reviews of each.

Resort Room: Basic room with exceptional amenities.
Panoramic Room: Same room as Resort room but on a higher floor.
Tower Suites: Private gated entryways and VIP check in.
Parlor Suite: Wet bar, strip view, access to terrace with private pool.
Salon Suite: Conference tables, view of strip or golf course, massive bathrooms, dining room, powder room and wet bar
Executive Suite: His 'n her's bathrooms, sitting area and a great view.

So are you drooling yet?

We scaled down the property map available on the WLV site... take a peak!


The Restaurants at Wynn Las Vegas

Tons of great dining options which we will list in our personal order of awesome: Alex (Italian), Bartolotta Ristorante Di Mare (seafood, Italian style) SW Steakhouse, Stratta (Italian bistro style), Terrace Pointe Cafe, The Buffet, Okada (Japanese), Wing Lei (Chinese), Red 8 (pan-Asian bistro).


Reader Ratings & Reviews:

My Rating: 6 whinchley posted on 18th May 2017 :

Was just there on may 7 thru the 10th as usual the hotel was awesome we only had one problem at the pool as they had closed one of them down for a private party and did not inform anyone ahead of time as a little communication goes a long way but other than that it's a 5 star hotel that I highly recommend

My Rating: 6 DarkGhost posted on 4th June 2016 :

Beautiful decor. Beautiful rooms. Amazing service. Between Wynn/Encore, great restaurant selection, varied gaming options, amazing shows. Great pools and spa. A level above other luxury hotel/casinos, and Tower Suites are another level entirely.

My Rating: 1 ScroogeMcMurren posted on 20th April 2016 :

Never been inside

My Rating: 6 Bajablastgod posted on 23rd August 2015 :

Very beautiful property. Love watching those balls in the Lake of Dreams (That's what she said). I like chilling at the cafe and getting me some pastries and that morning remedy smoothie. Yum!

My Rating: 6 Ten6redhead posted on 28th July 2015 :

The Wynn was amazing. The rooms were so nice. Every morning when we woke up we would open the curtains with the remote. We had the best view of the strip. This is my best memory and trip to date

My Rating: 6 jwwalsh2 posted on 20th July 2014 :

Hands down the best hotel I've ever stayed at, Wynn sets the bar and raises it constantly. Rooms are impeccably clean, quiet and very comfortable, luxurious at all levels. Pool is the same. Room elevators are not far from front door and the dealers I've encountered are very friendly and accomodating.

My Rating: 5 kayday posted on 30th May 2014 :

Finally got to stay here in 2014 and enjoyed it very much - not as much as I thought I would, but very much. My room was comfortable and service was outstanding. The casino is beautiful indeed, but honestly, I find the unrelenting symmetry of the place to be somewhat oppressive. Like, it started to drive me nuts after awhile. Also there's the oontz factor. I could definitely hear it in my golf course-facing room on the 31st floor, although it wasn't bad enough to keep me awake (and I'm a light sleeper). Pool area was fairly civilized, although I saw plenty of bad behavior by other guests, of the drop-your-s**t-on-a-chair-and-come-back-hours-later variety. I would stay here again, but probably not before I've tried all the other luxury options.

My Rating: 5 dadice posted on 30th May 2014 :

I used to drink, eat and win here. Now I drink and hardly win. Wynn pool is dependable, but a bit spread out and boring.

My Rating: 6 Malibugolfer posted on 30th May 2014 :

Still the classiest joint on the strip. Tower Suites pools are great.

My Rating: 6 jet1085 posted on 26th March 2014 :

What can you say other than that its awesome

My Rating: 5 Ricogreen posted on 1st February 2014 :

Wynn Las Vegas has the most beautiful interior design of any casino thanks to the legendary designer Roger Thomas. Great rooms and restaurants are also available at the resort.

My Rating: 6 VegasMatt posted on 9th September 2013 :

I will always suggest The Wynn and Encore. These are properties that stand proof that Mr. Steve Wynn has this business figured out. Casinos are quiet, there's no kids running around OR strollers to trip over. The best night clubs in the country. Fine dining and beautiful rooms. I've stepped foot in many of the styles of rooms and the suites and villas are worth every penny.
I've seen Le Reve twice. Excellent production. This place is pricey but worth it..

My Rating: 5 8splitter posted on 3rd September 2013 :

If you golf, Wynn's course is worth every penny. Splurge, it's Vegas.

My Rating: 1 n580564x posted on 8th July 2013 :

NOT one of my favorites! Treated very badly at valet, when I pulled in to valet with my 2009 Ford Trailblazer the valet asked me "Are you sure you want to valet?". At first I didn't understand the question, so i said "yes". He repeated "are you sure you want to valet park? We offer self parking." i told him to "park the fuc!@#% car." What a bunch of asses they have working here! Also had problems when i asked a man in a suit (A security guard i think, he had a name plate) if he could direct me to the buffet and he said, "it's not my job to give directions". Are you shitting me! Worst customer service ever!!!

My Rating: 6 Oskee2001 posted on 2nd April 2013 :

Still the epitome of Las Vegas class and luxury.

My Rating: 6 donnymac66 posted on 18th February 2013 :

Stayed in a regular strip facing room. View was great, room was very nice and the staff were excellent.

My Rating: 5 HedgedBettor posted on 22nd December 2012 :

Finally stayed at Wynn recently, on a business trip no less. The strangeness of a solo trip affected my opinion of the place, but the bottom line is I found the gambling conditions too poor to allow me to come back regularly. To be exact, in the Wynn casino there was only 1 table of shoe-dealt blackjack with S17/RSA/DAS available (at $100 naturally - the high limit room started at $500, and the only occupied table was a Russian looking guy playing in his bathrobe). The room was lovely (though club noise was a major problem even very late at night) and the food was exceptional and the casino hosts very friendly, but a real shortage of quality blackjack tables means I won't be back anytime soon.

My Rating: 6 sivled posted on 12th December 2012 :

Wynn Now this hotel is what all of the Vegas strip hotels shouild be like. Five stars easy.

My Rating: 6 MGMCaesars posted on 17th August 2012 :

Browness colored window, too capsule for backpack!

My Rating: 6 Heresiarch posted on 7th July 2012 :

Rooms were stellar. Bellhops and front desk were friendly and polite. A couple bad egg dealers on the night shift are only emphasized for how much of an exception they were. Great looking casino, great restaurants. High limits, but you knew that, right?

My Rating: 6 cav007 posted on 12th April 2012 :

Got an a great deal on Hotwire in Nov/09 when Vegas was more or less empty.

My Rating: 6 SalSagev posted on 7th January 2012 :

The best of the best.

My Rating: 6 oldrichgreywolf posted on 29th December 2011 :

I luv Bellagio and Four Seasons, but Wynn still rocks my world on every level. Dining by the 18th hole of the golf course, classic. High-end slots area, second-to-none. From initial doorman greeting to floor managers to hosts, they act like they actually care you're here. Go figure.

My Rating: 6 MikieTaps posted on 13th October 2011 :

Absolutely Beautiful... yes with a capital B

My Rating: 4 DenverGambler posted on 10th October 2011 :

Wynn is just quintessential Vegas elegance. It's still the top resort in my eyes as far as luxury goes. The casino is incredible, the disgn is spectacular, and I always enjoy my time at Wynn.

My Rating: 6 VivaLasVegasBoy posted on 25th July 2011 :

Ultimate Hotel! Everything in the wynn is beautiful..the casino..the restaurants...the show...the bars...the clubs...the pools...the golfcourse...I love this place very much and mostly I stay in this hotel or in the Encore resort. The staff at Wynncore is very friendly and they always try to give you a good feeling. If you wanna spend a little more on accommodations...book the Salon Suite!

My Rating: 5 Joyad posted on 17th July 2011 :

Stayed at the Wynn a few days, love their rooms (comfy beds), nice pool area. Casino is fun.

My Rating: 6 Stosh posted on 18th June 2011 :

Holy shit. No offense guys, but you probably should have made Wynn the douchebag nightclub capitol, and put the staid oldsters in Encore. Its schizophrenia aside, Wynncore is to me, as gorgeous and classy as anywhere in town, and XS and Surrender are probably the 2 most opulent nightclubs on the continent. Try and go right before they close or rebrand them in 10 years or so.

My Rating: 6 PMakster posted on 10th June 2011 :

Word! Best place in Vegas. Best Buffet Ever!

My Rating: 5 Rockford posted on 28th May 2011 :

Great place. NOT A FAN OF TIP SHARING. The dealers earned that $$$ let them KEEP it!

My Rating: 6 JakeZ posted on 26th March 2011 :

Despite some flaws, Wynn remains my favorite hotel in Vegas. Amazing rooms, great service and still a few kick-ass restaurants, anytime I plan a staycation, this is first on my list.

My Rating: 6 DoubleD posted on 25th February 2011 :

I stayed in a recently renovated Parlor Suite at the Wynn Tower Suites, and it was absolutely amazing. The staff was incredibly helpful, and the room was SO nice and comfortable, it wasn't necessary to leave the room. My wife loved the enormous bathroom, and we took full advantage of the small wet bar in the room. Highly recommended!!!!

My Rating: 5 saharalv posted on 18th February 2011 :

I like how the Encore casino feel like a womb.

My Rating: 6 elchamaquito posted on 7th January 2011 :

Wynn Las Vegas is my second favorite :)

My Rating: 6 bneve posted on 5th January 2011 :

Wynn out done himself again. Just pure luxury and beauty. Wish I had the $$ to stay at one of the rooms.

My Rating: 6 lucki1303 posted on 11th December 2010 :

Very classy, with great food.

My Rating: 5 scottchompson posted on 30th November 2010 :

The staff here treated this little fish like a big fish. Wonderful service. I don't really fit in with the clientele but I don't care so that rolls up into the "not my problem" category.

My Rating: 6 CBB48Vegas posted on 25th November 2010 :

Great gaming, great restaurants and just beautiful everywhere you look. loved Tryst and Blush the last time i was out there.

My Rating: 5 thefoodandi posted on 8th November 2010 :

Even though it's connected to Encore and can be viewed as one resort, I personally like Wynn Resort better. Yes, Encore's suites are newer, but there's something about Wynn I really like. The spa facility is designed much better. I like the Wynn restaurants better, but I'll miss Alex Restaurant very much.

My Rating: 5 kalleg35 posted on 7th November 2010 :

style

My Rating: 6 Yentle posted on 2nd November 2010 :

Best hotel in town! nuff said

My Rating: 5 KellyVegas posted on 6th October 2010 :

Like to spend time there...

My Rating: 5 Dorian posted on 3rd October 2010 :

Charles S. Weinbergs crowning achievement. Just go and look for the surprise. lol

My Rating: 5 Anto28 posted on 11th September 2010 :

Love the design, amazing buffet.

My Rating: 2 Misnomer posted on 17th August 2010 :

The center of dance music culture. Or whatever they call themselves now. Man, this used to be a classy joint. Pity.

My Rating: 5 Chuckmonster posted on 15th August 2010 :

2016 spot renovations and upgrades have restored the glow to Wynn Las Vegas. Thank you Roger!

My Rating: 5 Rgiffen2 posted on 10th August 2010 :

Lots of Rolex's, lots of tassels on the drapes. Despite the upper crust vibe, the place is friendly and fun. Comfortable rooms, comfortable beds. Great spa! The minus is the cafe, service gets slower every visit, but the food is good. Gasp at the prices of the beverages in the cafe, they rival the cost of the food. Sip water and drink in the casino for free.

My Rating: 6 adztheman posted on 8th August 2010 :

Every casino on the Strip should be designed like this..nice wide concourses, comfortable chairs to battle video poker machines, the best drink service in Las Vegas right now..
Stayed here twice..service is excellent..check in folks address you by name and appreciate your business...best lunch buffet in the city..the Jerk Free Range Chicken is worth the flight to Las Vegas alone..
Great TVs in room..excellent beds..I sleep on a Wynn Plillow every night..always make a trip there to play..

My Rating: 6 mzeke23 posted on 2nd August 2010 :

See Encore review...just with a shorter walk to the Strip.

My Rating: 6 golfbag27 posted on 21st April 2010 :

Stayed at Encore but hung out at Wynn. Will stay here next time.

My Rating: 6 Yamahar1001 posted on 14th April 2010 :

I got Married here so I am partial to the Wynn

My Rating: 5 BigHoss posted on 7th April 2010 :

I saw a turd in the pool here once. Then they built a beach club next door.

Hiyooo!

Seriously though, the rooms, restaurants, bars and service are great if you can afford them. I could a few times back in the days of the Great Recession when there was a period of lowered room rates before bottle service saved the day.

My Rating: 6 ChiCell posted on 12th March 2010 :

A very close second to Encore.

My Rating: 5 Attica posted on 7th March 2010 :

Wynn and Encore always creates mixed feelings in me. I love the look of the Casino. When I feel spendy, I enjoy playing there. As a people watching spot, both Wynn and Encore know no equal as the pretty people walk by to and from XS.

And yet....

Having stayed at the Wynn Tower Suites, in a Salon Suite no less, I couldn't help feeling that the service and the attention to detail was a little less than what I could have had at Four Seasons or Mandarin Oriental. This is not to say that the staff wasn't kind but there was a certain edge missing. I had to call a few times to get room service dishes cleared. I got only marginal advice from the concierge staff. The room was nice, but at Four Seasons and especially at Mandarin Oriental, the staff just went that extra little mile to make you feel comfortable.

Wynn Las Vegas, oh I want to love you so. I want to stay with you forever. But the fact that I don't gamble thousands of dollars makes me feel less at your properties. I love your rooms. I love your casinos. I love your bars. But when I interact with your staff, I don't get the same treatment I can at FS and MO, and that always creates a bit of difficulty. I'll come stay with you when I have the coin, but when push comes to shove, I can always take a cab to you, but who I sleep with is forever.

My Rating: 5 Andrewr11 posted on 19th February 2010 :

very very shiny.

My Rating: 5 manimal posted on 18th February 2010 :

Probably best hotel on the strip. The only drawback is that the table limits are quite high and dealers seem to have an attitude if you are not shelling out the dough. Even if you are a steady $25 / hand BJ player, they seen to not really give a shit. I may be kind of dated here, because the last time I played BJ (for above reasons) was 2008. Good Video poker, good drink service in the slot areas. Nice sports book. Great pool area.

My Rating: 6 KosmoK posted on 7th February 2010 :

This place sets the standards by which all other places aspire. Excellent service from every staff member I come into contact with. Only complaint I can find with this place is the prices at dinning establishments, but I guess that is the cost of excellence. Luckly the Venetian has some good dinning options nearby, along with forum shops. Drink service and gambling has been good every time. I even managed to Wynn a few bucks during last visit. I will return as long as they keep the room rates in my neighborhood.

My Rating: 6 atdleft posted on 20th January 2010 :

The shopping. The dining. The suites. The shows. The clubs. Is there anything about Wynn Las Vegas NOT worth swooning over?

My Rating: 5 Romaman posted on 24th November 2009 :

The rooms are amazing, I could say that. Their restaurants are exquisite as well as the design but, there's just something thats missing- something big. Maybe its the location, or that "feel" IDK . I'll find out soon.

My Rating: 5 Jplan72 posted on 29th October 2009 :

Still one of the best places in Vegas.

My Rating: 6 AcesUp13 posted on 30th September 2009 :

Customer service is awesome, the restaurants are great, XS is probably the best club on the strip still, and every girl who works here is drop dead gorgeous. Works for me.

My Rating: 5 TIavEN posted on 27th September 2009 :

With the recent changes in design, dining options, and staff, the formerly best resort in Vegas has taken more steps back than forward. Nonetheless, it's still one of the most gorgeous sights to behold in the world and one of the very best in Las Vegas.

My Rating: 6 blackjacker1979 posted on 1st September 2009 :

A hotel masterpiece, amazingly and carefully designed to make you feel casually elegant, right? Amazing rooms and a great casino. Check out the Lake of Dreams for a free acid trip, dine at SW and relish in the goodness that is Truffled Cream Corn, or stroll around and witness those with money and those digging for it.

My Rating: 5 MeltYrselfDown posted on 31st August 2009 :

a little too hoity-toity for me, but i can't discount the opulence.

My Rating: 6 JohnH posted on 30th August 2009 :

Luxury, redefined.

My Rating: 6 suzibr posted on 27th July 2009 :

Wynn is fabulous, but encore WOW! 4x a yr. no more no less

My Rating: 6 bustagrimes posted on 5th June 2009 :

Vegas perfection. We spend a lot of time here. The best buffet, comfortable casino (though I would like to forget my recent run at the tables), and outstanding design. Love the Tower Suites!

My Rating: 6 cheerioh posted on 5th May 2009 :

ok. no question this is where i spend the most time. awesome drinks, gambling, crowd, clubs, food. and awesome drinks. repeated, because they are that awesome.

My Rating: 6 rowezone54 posted on 3rd May 2009 :

Just like the Encore.....but the O.G.

My Rating: 5 LeoNYC posted on 27th March 2009 :

Not what used to be when it opened. But still a good choice and the best overall speaking.

My Rating: 6 WebCodeMonkey posted on 25th March 2009 :

I love this place!

My Rating: 6 redmeh posted on 23rd March 2009 :

the buffet is very good

My Rating: 6 ashleybauer posted on 23rd March 2009 :

Pure opulence.

My Rating: 6 coach6692 posted on 9th March 2009 :

Was Mr. Wynn crown jewel before he trumped it with Encore. Still, in my opinion, the second best property in Vegas. Not too shabby. Classy, elegant, plush. Think of Circus Circus and then think of the extreme opposite

My Rating: 5 Lazabout posted on 17th December 2008 :

I will be staying there for the first time in about a week. My boss claims this is his hands-down fave Vegas property. He's the one who encouraged me to sign up for the Red Card and gamble just a bit there. The Nugget, then Caesars were his faves before. Although there is no way I am willing to pay to play their table games, they have a great array of slots for the low-baller. I didn't walk out a big winner, but that's no difference from anywhere I go. I DID get a good amount of play for the money spent. The drinks are well served (one waitress tracked us down to the other side of the room to deliver out booze when we wandered off) and strong enough. I probably still wouldn't be staying here except they sent me a $120/night deal with $150 in free slot play as a player's club member (thanks boss!). We'll see if I'll feel compelled to do it again sometime after I see what the holiday experience brings....maybe another spot on the dice.

My Rating: 6 suzidi posted on 5th December 2008 :

The best. From The Resort Suite to The Salone Suite, incredible! Let's see what happens at Encore.

My Rating: 6 MrEinSantaCruz posted on 12th November 2008 :

The rooms are nice ... and the suite are amazing but things have started to fade as Wynncore bows to the gods of EDM and the kids that follow it.

My Rating: 6 Tinski8D5 posted on 4th November 2008 :

Had the most delicious dinner here, sitting at the bar at Bartolotta...yeah...it was reeeeeeaaaalllyyy gooooddd.....bbaaaabbbbyyy cllllaaammmmssss.....mmmmmmm

My Rating: 5 missmonkay posted on 30th November 1999 :

My ultimate place to stay in Vegas.

My Rating: 6 stevewynn posted on 30th November 1999 :

Hi, my name is Steve Wynn... and this is my new resort. The only one I've EVER put my name on.

My Rating: 5 AceCopland posted on 30th November 1999 :

I so want to own a suite here. I mean. If I had millions, I'd buy one on the 60th floor and freaking move in. Freakin-A. I'd order those dreamy pancakes and have the syrup heated just right every single morning. Outfit those curtains with a remote so I can open it whenever I want. Yeah. Hell yeah.

My Rating: 5 sleazyred posted on 30th November 1999 :

One day I will have enough cash to get the Salon Suite here!

My Rating: 3 JustinCantWrite posted on 30th November 1999 :

Best music, best waitresses (I suspect they're genetically engineered), best cocktail service, best slots (in my experience), best burger I've ever had (Terrace Point Cafe), and all sorts of other small details that make this place pure magic.

My Rating: 6 MikeE posted on 30th November 1999 :

If Giorgio Armani were a resort, Wynn Las Vegas would be it.

My Rating: 6 hawaiianmark posted on 30th November 1999 :

Its just beautiful.
The staff kick ass, and are not ashamed to show the 'aloha'.

My Rating: 6 BillyinLasVegas posted on 30th November 1999 :

Still good even though Stevo is a little nutty.

My Rating: 5 MinVegas posted on 30th November 1999 :

A step sideways from Bellagio. The casino is great for a modern, heavily-appointed property but the restaurants vary and the resort end is beaten by it's chief competitor. I've learned to respect the interior, even if I don't fully love it.

My Rating: 6 jester122 posted on 30th November 1999 :

can't get enough of it. not a bad thing to say. shell out the extra coin and stay in the tower suites rooms. dramatic difference in service and attention to details

My Rating: 6 Jimmyvegas posted on 30th November 1999 :

Best hotel/casino currently in Vegas. Fantastic everything. Can't wait to go back!

My Rating: 4 MitchellOfLife posted on 30th November 1999 :

It is very nice. I've seen Avenue Q and Spamalot and enjoyed that theatre and the shop both times. The shopping, while high-end, is nothing to toot your horn about. The casino is beautiful and yet I feel so cramped with the lowered roof. The observatory and te lake is noce. The best restaurant in the hotel is Bartolotta di Mare. i would stay there if I had a good view, but doesn't see dropping out alot of dough for the rooms.

My Rating: 6 suzib posted on 30th November 1999 :

The Wynn-not one place better!!!!! Need I say more? 4x a year no more no less.

My Rating: 5 justJoey posted on 30th November 1999 :

Tryst is visually stunning. Am looking forward to eating at The Country Club. Shops seem a bit too high end for me (not that there's anything wrong with that)

My Rating: 6 MrsHorn posted on 30th November 1999 :

Love it. Perfect. I love you Steve.

My Rating: 4 rbg81601 posted on 30th November 1999 :

The Wynn used to be our home base, but comps got tight and the douchebags were set loose on the place, so we don't spend much time in the chocolate curve towers anymore, exceot maybe to eat at Red8 which has the most amazing Hot & Sour soup on the planet!!

My Rating: 6 poopsiedaisy posted on 30th November 1999 :

I loved every single thing about it. I have stayed there 3 times and once in a Tower Suite. I have also stayed at Bellagio, and prefer Wynn by far.

My Rating: 5 KarenK posted on 30th November 1999 :

I have only been to the casino, but what a casino! I did not get the opportunity to play enough there but what an ambiance. The lobby, the casino floor were warm and inviting. I love red and the casino was a great display of red design. The slots were fun - I really can't wait to go back and find the Wynn Blazing 7s. I loved the interaction with the slot club card screen on each slot machine. Only wish they had web access to player comp points, promotions, etc. Hope to stay there one day.

My Rating: 6 VEGASGIRL posted on 30th November 1999 :

THIS IS SOME PLACE WHERE I HOPE SOME DAY TO STAY AND PLAY IN. JUST WALKING THRU THIS PLACE IS TRULY A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE, MR. WYNN HAS LEFT NOTHING UNTOUCHED THE PLACE IS BEYOND BREATHTAKING AND THE CASINO IS SO RELAXING TO PLAY IN. SOMEDAY I HOPE TO BE ABLE TO SPEND SOME GOOD QUALITY TIME THERE...

My Rating: 5 bobtiki posted on 30th November 1999 :

Gorgeous design and great restaurants mark the Wynn in my memory, but the table limits are too rich for my blood.

My Rating: 6 canadiancrapshooter posted on 30th November 1999 :

Beautiful rooms, beautiful casino, great restaurants. What more do you need?

My Rating: 6 hugitout posted on 30th November 1999 :

Just stayed at the Wynn. How was it? Awesome. Pool. Awesome. Food. Awesome. Clubs, bars and entertainment. Awesome.

My Rating: 6 robertd83 posted on 30th November 1999 :

Wow. Got there for a free night's stay on April 30 a little early - gal at check in said that there wasn't a basic non smoking room available. So I offered to gladly take a smoking room (I can't imagine the smoking rooms at the Wynn being that bad) so she bumped me to a panoramic Strip view corner room on floor number 20 for free... SWEET! Only there for a night, but wow. Everyone talks about the bed... I was a little (majorly) drunk when I got into it but it was the most comfortable bed I've ever been in! The room was incredibly spacious. The TV actually said "Welcome Robert" or something to that effect when I walked in - majorly cool. Not sure I liked the orange halls, but I digress.... The staff was AWESOME - even came for turn down service, everyone was so friendly. Definitely a first class experience. Too bad I work at a bank and can't afford a room again.... lol

My Rating: 6 ancollins04 posted on 30th November 1999 :

Dim sum at Red, fabulous! Drinks made extra strong.

My Rating: 6 DMaldon762 posted on 30th November 1999 :

The best of the best. You get what you pay for.