My wife and I recently received an offer in the mail for three free nights at the Wynn. Not sure why -- we've never stayed and rarely played there. But, not being one to look a gift horse in the mouth, we gave them a call. I assumed there would be limited availability for free rooms, but we had our choice of dates and were able to book over a weekend (Friday through Sunday nights). We also received $100 in slot credit (which was doubled after a very reasonable amount of play).
We arrived around 11:00 a.m. and were able to check into our room immediately. The desk clerk was very friendly and, despite our early arrival, gave us a choice of rooms. And the room was wonderful. Large and very comfortable, with all the amenities -- flat screen TV, comfortable bed with top-quality sheets, large bathroom with a great shower, and a wonderful view of the strip (plus motorized drapes that could be opened and closed with the push of a button near the bed). We have stayed at a number of hotels in Vegas, and I would put this at the top of the list.
The casino is also first-rate. Not surprisingly, table-limits are on the high end. You won't find $5 craps tables here. But there were plenty of slots and video poker machines for we low-limit players. And the casino is very comfortable. Excellent chairs throughout -- none of the backless stools that give you chronic back-aches after a couple of hours. Nice open floor-plan, with plenty of room to move around without squeezing between players or machines. And, of course, it's beautifully appointed.
The restaurants were pricey, but very good. And we were able to get buffet comps after our first day of play. The food on the buffet was quite good, and they provided a nice variety. My one complaint was that the buffet line moved very slowly. Even when the line was fairly short, it took 30 minutes or more to be seated, although there were many empty tables.
The staff was excellent and very helpful. Drink service in the casino was sometimes slow, but I found this to be true almost everywhere we played. I presume most casinos are reducing staff due to the economy, and it showed.
This is a pricey property -- I believe the regular rates are over $300 a night. I gave it 5-stars for value, because I stayed for free (can't get much more value than that). But I would definitely shell out the full price to stay there again. Normally, I consider a hotel room in Vegas a place to crash for a few hours each night. But the Wynn is definitely worth the price of admission.
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