We stayed overnight at the Wynn after a trip to Vietnam...flew out and in from Macau Airport. The service was OK. The boy checking bags at the front door was a bit surly but he did his job quickly. The rooms were big and the bed was comfortable. Was it gorgeous? Was it in good taste? Not quite sure... wasn't what I would look for in my dream home and certainly not my favorite hotel room in Asia. I think maybe the decor appeals more to the Chinese clientele. They put a bath mat and slippers by the side of the bed. All you needed was a basin of hot water to soak your feet for the Chinese people from the north to feel right at home. The pool area was lovely and the staff very attentive. They even brought us sunscreen without our having to ask. However considering the hotel asks you not walk around in your bathing suit but change in their locker room by the pool, it would have been nice had they offered a plastic bag or two to carry back your wet bathing gear....And lastly for over $300 USD a night you might think they might provide free wireless but hey the Chinese visitors keep coming so they might just as well go on raking in the cash,.
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- As Asia's leading Las Vegas-style luxury resort, Wynn Macau and the Encore at Wynn Macau continue to raise the bar for excellence. It holds the distinct honor of being the only Resort in the world with 8 Forbes Five-Star Awards, garnering Five-Star awards for its hotel, restaurants and spas. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Wynn Macau Hotel Macau
- Wynn Hotel Macau
- Macau Wynn Hotel