Just got back from a 3 night stay in the Wynn Las Vegas. From the time we pulled up we felt the luxury and also friendliness of the hotel. Walking into the hotel was this amazing tunnel filled with leafy plants and the most colorful and gigantic flower balls hanging from the tunnel and throughout the foliage. The trees were lit with lights wrapped around the trunk and unique statues interspersed. That's what greets you when you walk in the doors.
Since we arrived early there was a line of people checking out so we had about a 5 minute wait to check in. With a quick swipe of our credit card we were handed our keys and directed to the elevators to get to our room. Since we just had carry-on luggage we just dragged it through the casino to to elevators. To use the elevators you must show your room key to security, and they do check every single person who passes by.
We were up on the 36th floor so that was about halfway up which was definitely high enough to have amazing views of Las Vegas. The room was amazing, probably 2-3 times larger than most Hyatts, Westins, Holiday Inns, etc. The high ceilings made it feel so roomy. The bathroom is probably one of the largest I've seen anywhere with a raised bathtub that looks much like a jacuzzi tub and very modern, a large glassed in shower all in earthtone tiles as with the rest of the bathroom. The toilet was in its on small room with a phone and the vanity that was made from wood and marble with 2 sinks, and underneath extra towels, then in the middle in a squared padded but elegant stool. Just above on the wall is a small television that you can watch from the tub.
Just past the bathroom is a large closet with silky elegant robes, a tall safe that has enough room for your laptop computer and two luggage stands. The room has a large dresser that has an ice bucket, glasses and munchies, but those you pay for. A large flat screen TV is just above the dresser that you can see easily from the beds. The beds are high with a large fluffy duvet. We stayed in a double room and noticed the beds were not queen but full sized which was a little cramped for me at night, I prefer a bed that when I roll over I'm not falling into my husbands armpits. That is probably the only real complaint that I have on the rooms, so next time we will go for 1 large bed instead. The unique thing about the rooms is the floor to ceiling, wall to wall windows that reminds me of an infinity pool it has you just about hanging on air over Las Vegas. It was incredible! It wasn't scary but thrilling. I would stay here again just for that! Oh, one more thing, the rooms are all computerized where when you walk in there is a control panel just inside the door to turn on all lights and open the drapery, lower the lights, turn them off, ask for room service and also turn on a do not disturb sign that shows on a small panel just outside the room. And, there is a door bell.
After throwing our suitcases into the room we quickly threw on our bathing suits and headed towards the pool. We had to take the elevator down to the spa floor that had a very large exercise room with all the equipment a local gym would have, there was a beauty parlor, and spa treatments. Then another elevator that takes you down to the pool level. Again you show your room key to get in, just after is a patio of sorts where you are given 2 large towels, and if you want there are 2 glass water containers filled with ice water and cups before finding your loungers. The pool area has a European feel with cabanas that overlook the pool that is sort of like a dumbell. There are two large pools but a thin vein that you can almost float through in between. Its a great concept. In this beautiful foliaged area its lined with loungers and cabana's that you can rent that has tables, chairs, more loungers, a bar, large mirror and a TV. Just past the 2nd pool is a large bar that is very busy then beyond is another pool for the partiers.
The hotel has restaurants, cafe's, one of the best buffets we went to, probably the Paris and the Rio we just a tad better but the dessert bar is hands down the best. They have a bakery/coffee shop that had the largest most flaky croissants I have ever laid eyes on. They also had many delectable pastries to choose from. The hotel also has many designer shops but I found more affordable shopping at the large mall across the street that also has a few good restaurants to choose from.
Oh one more thing, the Wynn has the perfect location, catty corner to the Treasure Island, across the street from the Palazzo which is next door to the Venetian which is across the street from the Mirage and Ceasar's. All easy walks from the Wynn.
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