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3131 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109-1967
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What you can expect during your stay
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Contactless check-out
  • Individually wrapped toiletries
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Valet or self-parking is always complimentary for registered hotel guests, without limitation. For your convenience, our valet parking service can have your vehicle ready and waiting for you at no additional charge, 24-hours a day, by calling valet prior to your departure time.
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Property amenities
Electric vehicle charging station
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Casino and Gambling
Entertainment staff
Airport transportation
Valet parking
Paid wifi
Hot tub
Pool / beach towels
Adult pool
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Fitness / spa locker rooms
Fitness classes
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Poolside bar
Evening entertainment
Nightclub / DJ
Car hire
Taxi service
Business Center with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Head massage
Steam room
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Convenience store
Currency exchange
Gift shop
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
ATM on site
Butler service
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Room features
Allergy-free room
Air conditioning
Additional bathroom
Interconnected rooms available
Flatscreen TV
Room service
VIP room facilities
Wake-up service / alarm clock
On-demand movies
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Room types
Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Languages Spoken
English, Spanish, Chinese


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gcb28 wrote a review Jun 26
Los Angeles, California2 contributions11 helpful votes
We stayed here a few months ago having been to Wynn/Encore in the past. We stayed at the Wynn part both times. I agree with one reviewer that this place is just not the same anymore. You can't deny it is a nicely kept hotel, but so are many others on the strip, so you do have your choices. A few issues to point out... Our most recent stay, we chose Wynn Tower. This is supposed to be a step up from the usual: Private check-in area, etc. Upon booking our stay, I asked for a room away from the elevator. Upon checking in, I was given the closest room to the elevator. Our second room was not ready (booked two), so I was told by the front desk agent he will notify the moment it's ready. We waited almost 2 hours, so I decided to check. Another agent took care of me and said "Oh, it's been ready awhile ago." He never informed me of the room being ready. Wynn Buffet. There buffet is good, but not great. The disappointment was more on the seafood sections. It was kind of sparse. You can't go wrong with shrimp items in Vegas, but the crab legs were minimal. They had a salmon dish, but that too wasn't always replenished. Valet/Bellperson. Wynn Tower has a separate valet, too. As we drove up, not one single person helped us, so we unloaded our own trunk, placing our baggage to the side as we waited to see who was available. There was this tall employee who did make eye contact with us who was part of Bell service, but he walked away and waited by the entrance. That was odd... Later, we were helped by this valet who seemed to be the only one doing what he could to make this happen (I'll try and remember his name). Very helpful. He hustled. Interestingly enough, the bell person who he called to assist us is the same bell person who made eye contact with us and walked away. Lobby Bar areas. There is this one bar (Asian themed) I believe on the Encore side. Nice place. My wife and I had a drink in this half full establishment. It was pretty late. This was sofa section opened up. I asked the manager if we can move there, but he said he wants to first clean up a mess, then he'll let us know when. We ordered two drinks, still nothing. We saw that he walked away towards the other side of the place and completely forgot about us. This seems to be the running theme with this hotel, as you will see. So, our trip is complete and we return home. I receive one of those Wynn surveys and decide to fill it out. This was a survey showing the GM with standard hotel wording. Shortly after the survey, I received an email from I believe the Assistant Front Desk vip Towers Manager. She stated something along the lines of this is not how they do things and apologized about being forgotten. She ended it with, and I'm paraphrasing, "I will be your point of contact if you should return to the hotel." I replied to her email letting her know we do plan to return to Vegas for an event in September. That was 3 months ago. She never did get back to me. Going back a bit, about the same time she sent an email, I received a voicemail from the manager of Wynn buffet. They probably have a few managers, so again, don't have her name here, but it's best to keep this off. The manager apologized and said she would like to further discuss our dining experience. I decided to return the call. I left a message on her voicemail... like the above, I never did hear back. Room. Nowadays, most rooms come with cocktail glasses. We had two. One was badly chipped on the rim. I didn't notice till I lifted the glass towards my mouth. I let front desk know. Housekeeping. Towers guest is supposed to have twice daily service. We only had one. As you can see with Wynn/Encore, this is a very nice hotel. It's clean. Fresh feeling. Elegant. But to be honestly speaking here: This is where I believe the hotel falls short. Their service is nothing extraordinary. And to pay the additional to stay in "Towers", this is so not worth it, especially with the service we had which wasn't much at all. They are highly rated, but as a guest of the hotel, I can without a doubt tell you that you will find this and possibly more at a few of the other resorts on the Strip. Buffet is good, but this is Las Vegas. There is no shortage. I'd highly suggest checking out Cosmopolitan and the new, reopened buffet at Palms Resort. Amazing. And their staff goes above and beyond. As a guest, you receive a standard email survey from the GM, but my guess is she most likely has no idea what goes on afterwards because I am not sure if she would allow this to be the norm. The Wynn Encore follow-through is lacking. They tend to lean on the side of being forgetful. Whether they are too busy, maybe something else, this is not what you would expect from such a hotel. You have to weigh the pros and cons. The risk vs. rewards. What you will spend at Wynn/Encore, in my humble opinion, has more cons to the pros. This is why I reiterate to not only keep your hotel at just one in Vegas, but check out a few others in the same category. We have one life on this earth. We work hard for our money. Life can be a gamble, so if you're going to gamble in Vegas, make it worth your while with choices that'll at least offer you a return. I would highly suggest to look into the Cosmopolitan or the Bellagio. Tip: If you do choose the Cosmopolitan, look into the rooms that face the Bellagio fountain. You will not be disappointed. Good luck!
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Date of stay: March 2022
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Room Tip: After our stay and service from staff and management, I would not suggest this hotel
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Sarmin wrote a review Apr 2021
Connecticut641 contributions11865 helpful votes
Hotel's Favorite
This is a very nice, clean and shiny modern resort. Loved the decorations in all areas. Everything is very neat & clean. They take all necessary Covid precautions. Security is good. We stayed in king room on 36th floor. It has the floor to ceiling glass window and had amazing view of the strip from the room. Room and bathroom is very spacious, separate toilet door and two sinks in the bathroom was very useful. They provided good amenities- sulfate & paraben free toiletries. The room & bathroom was very clean. Bed and pillows were comfortable. Plenty of restaurants in the resort to go for lunch and dinner, every restaurant is decorated very nicely. The casino floor is very clean and all the toilets on the floor are very clean too. The gym is huge, they have good salon too, went for pedicure and the service was very good. Check in and check out was fast and efficient. I recommend this resort & would like to come back.
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Date of stay: March 2021Trip type: Traveled
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espejo25 wrote a review Jun 26
Concord, California73 contributions48 helpful votes
Husband and I stayed for a birthday anniversary trip for two nights and had a great experience. Beautiful rooms, Good casinos, nightclub XS is amazing, Mizumi restaurant is incredible. Good security, slots paid decent, and the hotel never smelled Smokey. We loved the flowers throughout the hotel. Definitely will be our go to hotel for future trips!
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled
Melissa R wrote a review Jun 25
4 contributions6 helpful votes
This is my third time staying at the Wynn. My husband and I came for a quick weekend away. We upgraded our room and received a room on high floor with a golf course view in what was supposed to be the quiet side of the hotel. It was very quiet on Thursday night. Friday night was a completely different story. Even on the 55th floor, we were kept awake by the loud music coming from XS nightclub until 4 am. Had we been informed of the noise in advance, we would have stayed elsewhere. Other hotels in louder cities like NYC are transparent about noise issues on their website and offer earplugs and even white noise machines. Not the Wynn. Wynn and Encore value the revenue from their ticket prices and alcohol sales from club goers over the comfort of their guests. There are too many newer properties in town. There is no point paying Wynn hotel prices to be kept awake until 4 am. We won’t be back.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: Ask for a room as far away as possible from the Encore clubs and pools.
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Jon G wrote a review Jun 25
London, United Kingdom2 contributions4 helpful votes
I used to visit the Wynn many times a year. I was super excited to be back after international travel opened up. However, the Wynn isn't what it used to be. I was given a room overlooking the roof - something that's never happened before. Most disappointing was the food. Wing Lei, Red 8 and Mizimu - all my favourite go to restaurants had much worse food quality and service compared to before. Even the staff were talking about about the good old Steve Wynn days. I was planning to visit vegas again in July but will likely change my upcoming Wynn stay to the Cosmopolitan.
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Date of stay: May 2022
Sleep Quality
2 Helpful votes
William N wrote a review Jun 23
New York City, New York42 contributions42 helpful votes
We just returned from a 4 night stay at Wynn Las Vegas. I must say, the service is top notch and the place is spectacular. I love the newly renovated rooms. I did not come into contact with one staff member who wasn’t gracious, helpful, and professional. Food options were great too. I can’t recommend this place more. Best hotel in Vegas!
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled
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Jill K wrote a review Jun 22
San Diego, United States22 contributions22 helpful votes
You will find the Wynn clean, friendly, wonderful place to un-wind and just have fun! The rooms are amazing, the service is 5 star all the way. The restaurants are top notch with great service and good food. You have many choices of restaurants and what foods you want to enjoy. You will be glad that you made a visit to the Wynn or the Encore, we have stayed at both places, equally divine!!
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Date of stay: January 2022
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SH wrote a review Jun 22
3 contributions2 helpful votes
I am here because the experiences that I had at Wynn was pretty unremarkable and I feel like the Wynn staff were probably told to nickel and dime with their customers. The experience started out great when we see the new interiors, but gradually faded as several factors disappoints us. We have reserved a Tower Suite Queen room - the room was newly renovated and looks great. The bathroom is spacious and great layout with two vanities. The view was good with the floor to ceiling windows, however the windows were quite dusty. As advertised "$50 daily breakfast credit good until noon at select resort restaurants", this does not apply at the Suite Tower Bar, or any take away food from the restaurants participating. "Complimentary morning coffee and tea service". This sounds like personal coffee service to your door, however it just means get yourself down to the lobby to line up with 20 other guests to get your coffee between 7am-9am only. There is no coffee machine in the Tower Suite rooms, who's great idea was that?! It is puzzling why Wynn does not have such an important feature of the room. "Access to the private Tower Suites pool" - It should be written as Access to the private Tower Suite's Tiny Pool that you can't really swim in. The pools were really just puddles of water compare to the main pool. We ended up going to the main pool anyways. "Exclusivity"-Well not so much! There are tons of people in Tower Suite and you have to line up for EVERYTHING from morning coffee, to getting seated at Tableau(with a reservation), water is rationed, no in room coffee machines, no late check out, the in room dining keep you on hold for 20 min casually. Noises is another issue. Our next door neighbor is partying well into 2am and I can hear the music blaring and people screaming. I made a few requests on the phone was often met with a rude attitude(there was one nice operator and that is it). I requested for more water to be sent up since they only provide you with two bottles daily and we have 3 people in the room. The operator told me that water is available for purchasing meaning that how dare you ask for free water. She reluctantly transferred me to room service after I told her no, I am not paying for water that is supposed to be complimentary. It is common sense that they should not nickle and dime the guests after the guests has reserved a room that is at a premium rate and boasts a VIP experience. Upon the morning to check out I made a late check out request. The same lady rudely rejected the request repeatedly. She was very cold and sounded annoyed like "How dare you even request a late check out?" The late check out were thrown out as part of the sweet deal to get us to upgrade our room. The hotel is not holding up to their words and just really want to diminish the benefits after you signed up for the upgrade. We needed more time because my little kid had fallen off the bed and bumped his face on the hard piece of furniture/bed stand and had a very bad bleeding nose. Don't get me started on how tall the bed is and why this piece of furniture pops out so much from the wall next to the bed. Overall I think the rude operator lady really ruined the experience. The value wasn't worth it either. Next time we will be trying other hotels.
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Response from Guest Relations, Owner at Wynn Las Vegas
Responded 4 days ago
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to review your feedback. We are saddened to hear that your time with us was not as you had expected. We have sent you a private message so that we may be able to gather further information from you. We look forward to being of assistance. Wynn Las Vegas Guest Relations
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smellbell wrote a review Jun 19
winnipeg198 contributions82 helpful votes
Restaurants were booked solid, staff indifferent and if you weren’t ordering large amounts you were ghosted. We walked out at lakeside due to really poor service and the menus and portions are not what they used to be. Meaning not good. Pool- empties and cups left all over pool decks and no one cleaned up - surrounded by trash all day when paying for premium service and seating. Staff would disappear for hours. Room had some broken items , management corrected right away. Prefer this hotel overall but service went downhill and food was subpar compared to previous visits
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled
Elliott Gibson wrote a review Jun 19
Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom16 contributions11 helpful votes
We stayed for 4 nights from Friday 27th May. WWE we’re allocated a room at the far end above the XS nightclub. We weren’t able to sleep until 4.30am the first night due to the noise from the nightclub which was very very loud. This is coming from someone who likes nightclubs! We asked the front desk if they could possibly move us and were told the hotel was fully booked. That was despite me being able to book a Tower Suites room on Expedia/Booking.com. They next evening (Saturday) we were unable to sleep until around 4.15am. We felt pretty terrible the next day and my wife was proper annoyed - again we asked for a room change and again was told they were fully booked. Same happened on the Sunday. By Monday they did move us. They did offer a small beverage/food credit and free ear plugs. Overall the hotel has gone downhill since we last stayed back in ‘08. Some examples: - ran out of pina colada mix (who does that?) - all the poolside beds require reservations at considerable costs - only one side of the pool Cabana area has gaming now - Tryst internal nightclub mothballed with no replacement - Staff continually talked about the ‘good old Steve Wynn days’ Let’s hope management figure this out as this was our go to place, we’re already looking at other new hotels that seem to offer a better overall experience.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled
Response from Guest Relations, Owner at Wynn Las Vegas
Responded 1 week ago
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to review your feedback. We are saddened to hear that your time with us was not as you had expected. We have sent you a private message so that we may be able to gather further information from you. We look forward to being of assistance. Wynn Las Vegas Guest Relations
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Frequently Asked Questions about Wynn Las Vegas
Which popular attractions are close to Wynn Las Vegas?
Nearby attractions include Wynn Las Vegas Casino (0.07 miles), Palazzo Resort Casino (0.2 miles), and Overlook Lounge, Aperitifs & Spirits (0.07 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Wynn Las Vegas?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Wynn Las Vegas?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Wynn Las Vegas?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Wynn Las Vegas?
Yes, valet parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Wynn Las Vegas?
Conveniently located restaurants include Senor Frog's Las Vegas, The Capital Grille, and Sinatra.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Wynn Las Vegas?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Wynn Las Vegas have airport transportation?
Yes, Wynn Las Vegas offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Wynn Las Vegas located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.9 miles away from the center of Las Vegas.
Are any cleaning services offered at Wynn Las Vegas?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Wynn Las Vegas offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.