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Wynn Las Vegas
Ranked #5 of 263 Hotels in Las Vegas
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Reviewed 18 July 2013

5 days in Las Vegas, adult playground.....
The Wynn is totally Las Vegas - ostentatious and brash, luxurious and welcoming, determined to relieve you of your last bit of cash - and that is absolutely fine. Stunning hotel, highly recommended and we heard others were less good. The sister hotel (Encore) has a nicer pool which you can get to in the week, but they make it harder at the weekend. The poolside large round cabaneros can be hired - for $400 a day! You get 6 cans of a vile sweet drink called Gatorade thrown in for "free". Given that the loungers are free, you have to be a short texan with too much money to hire one each day (in joke I'm afraid). At the weekend loungers in short supply, get down by 9.30 to get your towels and belongings on!

Don't come to LV to relax - come to take a heli tour to the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam. My wife was understandably nervous, especially as we were there when the thermometer hit 118 (about 49 celcius), We went with Maverick and were impressed by their professionalism and their new looking helicopters. We took a trip to the "original" Las Vegas downtown - definitely worth a trip (in a taxi) and stop off at the Stratosphere (and go up) to see the unbelievable "rides" at the top. No I didn't but I'm scared of heights.....

Went to a Circque du Soleil show (Beatles Love) it was OK, not as spectacular as I had expected for their reputation and the price, and went to a truly rotten show called Legends of Rock, where apparently (looknotalikeatalls) Rod Stewart, Lady Gaga, Britney Spears and Elvis Presley (yawn) were the legends of rock. Still good fun to laugh and laugh ,but don't bother with VIP tickets! At the Flamingo, worth walking through the gaming halls.

Gaming - never sat at a table, but walk through the Wynn to the sister hotel and the croupiers happy (at lunchtime) to teach, coach, gently relieve you of your money and even let you win at Blackjack. Still 10 bucks a game minimum, but you're in Vegas! Tip if the minimum bet gets changed whilst you're at the table, you can still play at the original minimum bet - that's only for new joiners. Oh yes - drinks are free whilst playing, and you don't have to play every game. Tip the girl with the drinks and she'll come back more. At 8 bucks for a vodka and tonic, you can cover your losses!!

Full of wonderful poseurs and beautiful people in the pools, its a great place to people watch. We had never seen so many breast enlargements, so many high heels worn poolside and that's just the men (kidding). Be sprayed by fine water mist at the bar, enjoy the incredible service on offer - we had breakfast in the (fully automated) room and relax, shake off the hangover and start again.

We wandered about the strip, we saw vegas from the air, we marvelled at the truly wealthy playing 10,000 dollar chips on the turn of a card, we had fun, we people watched, we spent quite a lot, and we left the children at home.

That last bit is my most important tip. Vegas is no place to be a) under 21 or b) tight-fisted.

We'll go back in 10 years. Maybe.

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  • Stayed July 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 18 July 2013

We stayed here for 4 nights as part of our 3 week tour of the western US.

After reading previous TA reviews, I was expecting check in on Friday afternoon to be lengthy but we were only in line for about 6 minutes. A pleasant surprise. As I had read previous reviews about noise from the Tryst night club, we did ask for a room high up. The clerk did offer us an upgraded to a 59th floor suite for $25 per night, which we took. A big thing was also made about an additional $25 a night resort fee which would include free in room Wi Fi ($13.99 otherwise), unlimited local and domestic long distance calls and fitness centre access. However for some reason we were not charged this resort fee on checking out and with internet use and a long distance call, we did marginally come out of it better off!

Our 59th floor room - in reality probably only Floor 48 (because of superstition there is no 13th and floors 40 to 49 are omitted because of Asian superstition with the # 4) was amazing. When we walked in and turned the light switch on the curtains just opened automatically to reveal a floor to ceiling and full width window and a view of the Strip. All the fittings in the room were top notch and the night lights under the bathroom sink top were very useful.

The building does look very impressive from the outside but as so happens with a concave structure that faces the Strip, outside noise is attracted to the shape and is an issue. On each night we could clearly hear the train horns, which are just over one block away. The railway probably affects many other hotels on the Strip. Also the emergency services are frequently going along the Strip with their sirens blaring and the noise during the night can be disturbing. We could also hear thump of the bass from the Tryst night club but only on the first night and we were on the 59th floor!

We also had issues with noise from adjoining rooms. We had an intercommunicating door to our room and we could quite clearly hear the phone conversation the man in the next room was having at 4am with someone on the US east coast! Also the walls are only timber stud work and noise transmits through easily. The family in the room on the other side of us one night were having a noisy time at 4am, until they got a thump on the wall from us and then they did shut up. Otherwise security would have been called. Why don’t 5 star hotel’s use block construction between rooms to deaden the sound rather than timber and plasterboard? They could also invest in quieter fire door closers as well!

One major grumble with us was the lack of coffee or tea making facilities in the room. Why? Snacks are available on the scales that allow you 60 seconds to view the “calorie content” before you are charged. However the tops of the packets were a bit dusty and aren’t cleaned very often! There is also a note on the fridge (where the bar is) that no personal stuff could be put in it. There would be a charge of $25 for a fridge! I did find the wall safe to be a bit bizarre, in that it was the tall and thin. It is about 16” tall and only 4” deep, hence when you open the door after trying to stack things upward within it, the law of gravity means most things fall out when the door is opened!

However, despite the few grumbles with noise we had a very pleasant stay. The pool area is large and there are north and south pools which are connected by a narrow water way. However the north pool is shaded by the hotel from early afternoon and everyone does cram in towards the south pool. There is also a distinct lack of parasols!

We ate in the hotel on all nights and had three superb evening meals in the Allegro and one at the Lakeside. The half hourly water show was fairly entertaining. We did try eating an evening meal on a Sunday at The Buffet but gave up with the long wait! We also had four breakfasts within the Terrace Point Cafe and these were generally good although some of the food could have been a bit warmer.

Certainly we did find the Wynn to be located at the quieter end of the Strip and all in all we did have a very pleasant if not expensive stay there. But we were aware of the prices beforehand. All the staff were encountered were generally friendly, professional and helpful.

Tip – try parking on Level 1 first, in the Self Park, as Level 2 is where the Casino and Reception is and Level 3 is also busy. You eventually have to go up to Level 4, the roof, and leave the car in the hot sun. The elevators for the car park are separate to the resort elevators.

  • Stayed June 2013, travelled as a couple
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Biloxi, Mississippi
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Reviewed 18 July 2013

Every time I'm here this place is busy. The guests must like the pastries and quick service. It is staffed well and has good selections. there is a good selection of drinks. Kind of like Starbucks. It is connected to a little drugstore to purchase items forgotten. Very nice atmosphere.

  • Stayed June 2013, travelled on business
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London, England, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 18 July 2013

The Wynn is a massive hotel with a beautiful reception area with amazing flowers hanging from the ceilings and mosaic in the floor. Get a room with a panoramic view out to the mountains and have breakfast with the sun coming up - lovely - great electric curtains were fun too - very comfortable bed with natural cotton linens - slept soooo well, Didn't make it to the famous Wynn buffet as not enough time. No free wifi in the hotel so go over to the mall just across the way and check emails there !

Room Tip: Panoramic views are good
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  • Stayed July 2013, travelled on business
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Colville, Washington
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Reviewed 17 July 2013

Everything about this hotel is the epitome of excellence! Every one of the staff that I encountered were genuinely helpful and I was always greeted with a smile. The location is perfect as it is close to the bus stops (Deuce & Xpress) which you can get to downtown or the North strip and cross the street to go to the South strip. It is also right across from the Sands Convention Center which would be great for anyone attending conferences or Trade Shows. The pool area was very nice and they also have a "European" pool area for those who choose to sunbathe topless. I also got a great surprise when I was checking in...they upgraded my room to a view of the strip!!

  • Stayed July 2013, travelled on business
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Reviewed 17 July 2013

We booked our Las Vegas stay at Wynn Hotel initially for only three nights, but we added an extra night.
Our room was very clean and spacious; the most comfortable bed, automatic blinds for the windows, a small dining table and desk and international channels.

In my opinion and my husband's the Wynn has the best casino since we managed to go to most casinos in Las Vegas and compare. The hotel has so many designer boutiques even Chanel. It is interconnected to the mall across the street.

We loved our stay so much that we added another night.

If I go to Las Vegas again I would definitely stay at Wynn hotel.

Room Tip: Choose a good view. We had a view of the golf park but we looked down on a parking lot.
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  • Stayed August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 17 July 2013

never accept any of their invites for you to come and stay at the wynn. I was offered a promo to comt to the wynn i was so excited. i was offered 4days 3nights for 276.00 to be held on my card. but in all it was suppose to be a free stay. i called once a week for three weeks to makesure everything was ok. I arrived at 7:45am had an early check in room was not ready gave my credit card walked around until 3;00pm to check in room to come back and was told I had to put 500.00 to stay for therse free nights. this was not the offer that was given me . front dest contacted manager or whomever incharge and was told they will not honor the offer. i had the money but this was false business.
i left went to the paris and was given a beautiful suite , won some money and played in the pool , shopped andhad a great time. diisssssssssssthewynn thanks for nothing

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Additional Information about Wynn Las Vegas

Property: Wynn Las Vegas
Address: 3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109-1967
Region: United States > Nevada > Las Vegas > The Strip
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Casino and Gambling Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Kitchenette Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#3 Casino Hotel in Las Vegas
#5 Spa Hotel in Las Vegas
#5 Luxury Hotel in Las Vegas
#5 Romantic Hotel in Las Vegas
#8 Family Hotel in Las Vegas
#12 Business Hotel in Las Vegas
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £££
Hotel Class:5 star — Wynn Las Vegas 5*
Number of rooms: 2700
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