Wynn Las Vegas
The lush and colorful landscaping that surrounds the majestic Forbes Five-Star rated Wynn Las Vegas is a small part of what makes it one of the most luxurious and opulent hotels on the Strip.
With its man-made mountain, the flowers inside and out and the majestic waterfall leading into a the three-acre lake Lake of Dreams, this resort is a standout among others on the Strip. And others will agree. The resort is a AAA Five Diamond winner, a Michelin Five Pavilions Award winner and the only three-time winner of the Mobil Five Star award.
Opened in 2005 by developer Steve Wynn, the Wynn houses 2,716 rooms, a 110,000-square-foot casino and the Strip’s only resort golf course.
The marriage of luxury and nature at Wynn Las Vegas doesn’t end at the resort's main level. Guests ascending the 50-story hotel tower will discover rooms designed with floor-to-ceiling windows framing sweeping views of the Strip or the Wynn Golf Club or lake. Room amenities include European linens, flat-screen televisions in the living and bathroom areas, high-speed Internet access and more.
With world-class dining, shopping, spas, golf and entertainment, there's no shortage of things to do at Wynn. The resort’s aquatic acrobatic show, “Le Reve—The Dream,” a creation by Cirque Du Soleil veteran Franco Dragone and Steve Wynn, will leave guests wanting more with its breathtaking performances that conjure an imaginary world. The Wynn Esplanade offers a unique shopping experience with stores including Chanel, Manolo Blahnik, Christian Dior, Oscar de la Renta and many more. Tryst is its signature nightclub, offering a secluded lagoon inside the club and spacious dance floor. Blush, the Wynn’s ultra lounge, draws swanky party-goers. Tryst, Wynn’s signature nightclub, is situated along a private lagoon under a 90-foot waterfall and plays host to some of the world’s most renown DJs.
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