"Wynning" the hearts of Vegas visitors with over-the-top luxury.
It's a "Wynn Wynn" situation when it comes to over-the-top style and service at this highly acclaimed property, starting with a 140-foot mountain enclosing a three-acre lake. The 45-floor, bronze-colored reflective glass tower is 873 feet tall, with two winding, curved atrium escalators in the main lobby, an 111,000-square-foot casino, four pools, the only eighteen-hole golf course located at a resort on the Strip, a spa with 45 treatment rooms and almost 30 fine retail outlets. Each of the 2,700-plus guest rooms and suites has floor-to-ceiling windows, European linens and a flat-screen TV. Of note is the Wynn's wooing of celebrity chefs from around the country for its 21 restaurants. Entertainment includes Le Rêve, the water-based show that is housed in a state-of-the-art aqua theater-in-the-round (where the farthest seat is only 42 feet from the water stage). If you are into the Vegas nightlife scene, you have the choice of Tryst or sister property Encore's XS and Surrender nightclubs. Among the many upscale stores are Manolo Blahnik, Alexander McQueen and Oscar de la Renta. The Penske Wynn Ferrari Maserati dealership crowns the high-end shopping experience. Late night drinks at La Cave and the Country Club Sunday Brunch are a must when staying at this property.