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Wynn Questions

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Wynn Questions

My wife and I will be at the Wynn this week with our four year old and a babysitter; staying in a Tower Suite. I���d like some input on a few things from those who are in the know:

1. I need to check-in by 3:00 in order to get to a function by 4:30. (I���ve requested early check-in.) Is this likely, given the Wynn service troubles reported here?

2. Are the pools at The Wynn overcrowded? Is the service at the pool pretty decent?

3. Am I to believe that I can not use a stroller to get my daughter through the hotel if need be?

4. Is Caesars an easy walk from The Wynn?

5. What precautions might you recommend to account for the Wynn���s early troubles?

6. Is Vegas jammed right now or is it a lesser congested time of year?

I am a veteran Vegas traveler who usually stays at The Bellagio but wanted to try the new place this time. Reading this board makes me rethink this just about every minute but I���m gonna stick it out.

Thanks for taking the time to help out.

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1. Re: Wynn Questions

1. Last week I checked in about 1:30, the room was ready, but they don't gaurantee anything before 3:00.

2. Sorry, we didn't go to the pool.

3. I believe you can use the stroller since you are a hotel guest.

4. Caesars is just less than a 1/2 mile. We took a cab to the forum shops at caesars, I think it was about 5.50

5. The only problem we had was a cafe charge we didn't make. They took it off.

6. I was at Wynn May 18-20 during the week. Crouds weren't bad, Friday afternoon it was getting more crouded.

7. We love Bellagio, my concern was that I wouldn't want to stay anywhere else but Wynn now. Wynn is beautiful but has all the signs of Bellagio.

See my Wynn review from 5/21

Have Fun and good luck

Virginia
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1.We checked into the Wynn around 2:30 pm on friday, the 13th and it was not busy. There was no line for check in and the guy who took our luggage said it would only take about 20 minutes to get it to our room.

However, we did not wait for our luggage to arrive and left the room for a few hours expecting the luggage to be there when we returned-it wasn't. When I called for it, the girl that answered said, "Well, have you called for it to be sent up?" , as if I should know that apparently is the only way I can get it??? It was delivered about 25 minutes later and we were late for our dinner reservation.

So my advice is to make sure the bellman knows to get the luggage to your room right away or take it up yourself.

2. I went to the pool on Saturday (crowded) and Sunday (not crowded). Service was ok. The bar got very busy late in the afternoon on Saturday. I don't think there's very much food served by the pool, maybe some wrap sandwiches and that's about it. We ate at the Terrace restaurant near the pool and I had the best cobb salad that I've ever had in my life.

4. The weather was in the low 80's when we walked to Caesar's, if it was really hot, I would take a cab.

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3. Re: Wynn Questions

When checking in Las Vegas the bellman will usually tell you to call for the luggage when you arrive in the room. The reason is because people are often distracted in the casino and don't always go straight to the room. They also need to know what room you're in and want you to be there when they arrive. It's all about tipping. The guy who takes your bags from the car isn't the same one who brings them to the room, you should tip him too.

I was a bellman in the early 80's, It's all about service and tips!

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4. Re: Wynn Questions

Thanks for the answers. Very helpful.