Located at the northern end of the Las Vegas Strip, d eveloper Steve Wynn’s $2.7 billion hotel offers guests breathtakingly opulent surroundings. Cascading waterfalls and a man-made mountain rising 150-feet fronts the 50-story building. The lobby is flooded with natural light and houses an atrium decorated with stunning floral displays. The Wynn Las Vegas boasts the only on-site golf course on the Strip, original works of art by Rembrandt and Renoir, and exquisite shopping, dining and entertainment choices.
The Wynn offers 2,716 guestroom and suites. The standard Resort Room is a spacious 640 square-feet with a flat-screen TV, comfortable seating area, and wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of the 18-hole golf course or the Strip. Bathrooms feature soaking tubs, premium toiletries and oversized towels. Other amenities include plush European bedding, pillow-top beds and remote-controlled lighting and drapery. The apartment-like Tower Suites feature a private entrance and VIP check-in lounge.
The Wynn Esplanade showcases a variety of high-end shops including Manolo Blahnik, Louis Vuitton and Oscar de la Renta, as well as a Ferrari-Maserati dealership and Ferrari boutique. The dining is world-class as well with restaurants by award-winning chefs ranging from French fare at Daniel Boulud Brasserie to Japanese cuisine at Okada. Tryst, the 12,000-square-foot nightclub with a dance floor surrounded by a 90-foot waterfall, offers dazzling nightlife. The 110,000-square-foot casino features table games and 1,900 slots ranging from one cent to $5000 machines, as well a poker room and race and sports book.
There are a variety of wedding packages to choose from at the Wynn, which offers luxuriously decorated wedding salons with private foyers and bridal rooms. The Primrose Courtyard features a picturesque setting of elegant fountains and beautifully landscaped gardens. Concierge services, meeting facilities and a business service center are also available for corporate events.