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Our Wynn Room Smelled Like Dookie

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Our Wynn Room Smelled Like Dookie

When we arrived in our luxury resort room on the 19th floor, a wall of cabbage/dirty diaper odor knocked us over. We called to ask for air freshener, and the air freshener guy showed up within an hour. Later in the week we saw the same guy carrying the can of air freshener, so we must not have been alone. I think that might be his official job.

Our toilet seat needed repair, and they did that right away.

I slipped on the wet tile outside the shower and reinjured my foot. If I had been old I might have broken a hip . . . and retired in post-lawsuit comfort.

Other than that, we appreciated the peace and quiet of the casino and European pool. Our view to the Northeast was outstanding, and you just can't beat the luxury linens, electronic blinds, and a mood screen saver on the wall-mounted flat screen.

If you go to Wynn, bring the noseplugs.

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1. Re: Our Wynn Room Smelled Like Dookie

No really, it was seriously stinky.

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2. Re: Our Wynn Room Smelled Like Dookie

If it was as bad as you make out why didn't you ask for a different room rather than air freshener?

"I slipped on the wet tile" - watch out for that one wet tile, it always ends up getting you.......... :-)

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Well that's an excellent question. It was the only room available when we checked in. We felt lucky to get a room. My husband and I routinely ask for another room, though, so I feel ya.

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I would have imagined in a place like the Wynn that you would have had a bath mat for you to put on the floor...... did they not?

I ahve to agree with Blagger though, if I had got to the room and it smelt that bad, I would have been straight back down to reception.

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Question answered..... :-)

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Thanks. Those are helpful suggestions. Sheesh.

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Thanks. Those are helpful suggestions. Sheesh.

Well appears you made a statement. You did not as for help nor pose a question. You could have changed rooms. Slipped in the bathroom. How would it be the hotels fault?

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I 'suggested' that you put the bath mat on the floor or at least a towel, I never step out of the bath or shower onto wet and slippery tiles for that exact reason - they are wet and slippery!

From your post, I did not see that you asked a question, more that you wanted to vent some steam and mention how much the room stank, etc.

A couple of people (including me) mentioned trying to change rooms. You didn't mention in your original post that you tried and were told the hotel was full, if you had I obviously wouldn't have suggested it.

I have not stayed at the Wynn (am probably not likely to as I don't think a great deal of the casino and that's important to me), but if I do, I will take some air freshner with me... so thanks for the tip :-)

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Not to make light of the situation but....s*** happens!

Sorry about your luck.

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10. Re: Our Wynn Room Smelled Like Dookie

It was merely a report on our stay at the Wynn. I've never encountered such rude hostility in any of the other forums. So long, Vegas Forum. I'm on to more civilized locales...