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While most Strip resorts are big on flashy facades, the finishes at Wynn are the real thing, from hand-laid mosaic tile floors to natural stone walls.
This black-and-gold tower opened in 2005 and “somehow gives you the feeling that you’re staying in a small, intimate hotel.” Full review →
Wynn may hang its hat on its attention to detail and service, but its light-filled spaces impress, too, from the lobby atrium to the floor-to-ceiling windows in most rooms. All of the... Full review →All of the rooms are quite large (even the smallest among them), with huge bathtubs and great views (request a view of the mountains or Wynn's golf course).
The resort is a best-of-everything experience—a playground for jet-setters, high rollers, or anyone who wants to feel like one. Full review →
Wynn's penchant for fusing nature, art and luxury is also on display, with flowers and trees, waterfalls and lagoons scattered about the property along with original fine art draping the walls. Full review →
Steve Wynn, a modern-day Vegas legend... spent nearly $3 billion to create this eponymous shrine to luxury... One can still see evidence of the investment at every turn. Full review →
It's a "Wynn Wynn" situation when it comes to over-the-top style and service at this highly acclaimed property, starting with a 140-foot mountain enclosing a three-acre lake. Full review →
They emphasize elegance rather than a particular theme, with lavish amenities in each room and glamorous spas. Full review →
Classy, kitsch-free megaresort with the Strip’s only golf course, indoor-outdoor restaurants and one of the city’s best pool scenes. Full review →
Deluxe five-diamond resort rooms are bigger than some studio apartments, with high-thread-count linens... and lots of little luxuries. Full review →
With a Tom Fazio-designed golf course, designer boutiques, and a Ferrari- Maserati dealership on-site, Wynn's posh playground leaves little to be desired.
The 2,716-room Wynn is one of the Strip's most extravagant luxury hotels. Full review →
Ever since the late 1980s, Steve Wynn has defined Las Vegas’s highest standard of luxury.
On the northern edge of the "respectable" part of The Strip, on a spot formerly occupied by the legendary Desert Inn, this sexy, curved, copper-clad high-rise is, by some accounts,... Full review →Customers in the 110,000-sq-ft casino can choose from more than 100 game tables, 2,000 slot machines, and low- and high-stakes poker rooms, as well as legal race and sports-booking operations.
Jet-setting celebrities and royalty, 'whales' (high-rolling gamblers) and romantic couples celebrating anniversaries and weddings all get the VIP treatment here. Full review →
Luxury is everywhere, as you'd expect from a casino that cost somewhere in the region of $2.7 billion. Full review →
Wynn Las Vegas has single-handedly redefined the standard of luxury in the Las Vegas casino hotel. Full review →
"A sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas", this "absolutely gorgeous" Strip "paradise" "relaxes and rejuvenates" guests in a "dreamy" setting.
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