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Steve Wynn’s Las Vegas

The king of the Strip tells T+L about his favorite places around the city—and beyond.

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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: Full day

Overview :  Vegas’s famous developer of casino-hotels has added Encore to his portfolio—and called the Nevada city home for years. As the ultimate... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Alex

Stratta’s haute Mediterranean cuisine has all the robust earnestness you’d expect, given his Midwestern roots: roast squab, rabbit fricassée, foie gras ravioli in truffle bouillon. And the space, as majestic as a vintage ocean liner, is the perfect setting for his culinary heft.

3131 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Wynn Las Vegas
Las Vegas, Nevada
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The newest resort in Steve Wynn’s collection is less Las Vegas glam and more luxurious desert oasis. Case in point: the sunny casino has glasswalls that look out onto verdant gardens and pools.

3131 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Las Vegas, Nevada
United States

(702) 770-7171

3. Encore Beach Club

Casino magnate Steve Wynn and nightclub entrepreneur Sean Christie partnered to create this indoor/outdoor club on the Strip. Inside, the 5,000 square-foot Surrender nightclub has a Roger Thomas design and a glass DJ booth. Outside, the pool deck features eight two-story bungalows, 26 cabanas, blackjack tables, and a network of tiered pools. The... More

After a year of delays and high anticipation, celebrated Parisian chef Guy Savoy’s dining room in Caesars Palace finally opened in late 2006. With vast expanses of gray walls and wood panels dotted with a mere handful of modern art pieces, the restaurant is an austere temple to creations like jewel-like oysters in ice gelée and silky artichoke and... More

The first non-native permanent settlement in the Valley, the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort was established by Mormon missionaries in 1855. Located downtown off Washington Avenue, the remains of the 150-square-foot adobe fort are now part of a state historic site, which also features a full reconstruction of the building, interpretive displays, and a... More

6. Valley of Fire State Park

Walk the red sandstone formations. Nevada’s oldest state park is made up of some 35,000-odd acres of petroglyphs and dramatic rock formations. Look for Arch Rock, Piano Rock, and the Three Sisters, whose recognizable forms have been the backdrop for many a western movie.

29450 Valley of Fire Rd.
Overton, Nevada
United States

(702... More