The Wynn resort is located on the Northern end of the Vegas Strip, and boasts some of the most glamorous accommodations in the world. It has a modest exterior, but every room is a luxurious suite. If you are not prepared to spend some serious money on your next Las Vegas vacation, you'll probably be better served elsewhere, but for high rollers, this is the place to be. To learn more, read on or get more information via the contact information below. All of the rooms in the Wynn Resort are considered suites, but the smallest choices start at a modest 630 square feet. While some people might not like the white damask fabric on the furniture, it really isn't a bad choice. Even in the smallest rooms you have plenty of space to move around, and all of the bathrooms come with big plush towels, and soft bathrobes.
As you should know, don't touch the items in the mini-fridge if you do not intend to consume them, the sensors in the fridge will automatically charge you. These really might be the highest quality rooms in Vegas though for one simple reason: Steven Wynn's philosophy. For the Wynn, he didn't want a flashy facade or street attractions, but rather he wanted customers to discover the hotel's beauty "from the inside out". The Wynn Resort is home to over a dozen different dining options, and across the board they offer great experiences. Whether you are looking for fine French cuisine, all varieties of Asian options, or just a steak you can find what you are looking for with most meals starting at $30-$40. One thing that can really inflate your bill is your drink order. Cocktails are universally pricey, but you aren't getting the same watered down martinis that can be found further south on the strip; these are real, strong cocktails.
As for night life, you have to check out Tryst, the flagship night club of Wynn Resorts. It can get pricey, and you definitely are expected to dress to impress, but it is one of the classiest night clubs in town. The most notable feature is their 45 foot waterfall that ends in the full lake right in the center of the club! If you want to stay in shape on your vacation, the Wynn has a great fitness center but it costs $25 per day for each person. During the day, there are two great, non-gambling related entertainment venues.
The first is the Wynn's five Pools and hot tubs. Just like all pools on the strip, it can get busy pretty quickly, so get there early to get a good spot. You can get drinks at a decent price right on the side of the pool, and there is even a European (topless) pool for the more adventurous guests. The other major day-time attraction is the golf course at the Wynn Country Club. If you aren't really into golf, you might want to pass since it cost $500 for a round, but for serious golfers, this par 70 course is both a challenge and great new experience. This is the only golf course located directly on the strip. Even though the Wynn doesn't have a reputation as a gambler's resort they do have a pretty massive casino (111,000 square feet). The service here is the best; expect fast drinks, knowledgeable dealers, and should a dispute arise, they can go right to the tape for you. Even though they really did put a lot of time and effort into this establishment, it isn't anything special for craps players. They still limit bets to $5000, but instead of catering to lower limit players, they restrict bets to at least $10 (though often more). The real downside, however, is the 3-4-5x odds that are so common on the Strip. If you just want to play a casual game, they do have ten tables in their craps pit and there always seems to be a lot of action there.Share on: