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Wynn Las Vegas


3131 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109 (map)
Book by Phone: 1-702-770-7000Give Discount Code 17665

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Wynn Las Vegas Overview

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The Strip's one of the newest and most expensively built hotel Wynn Las Vegas has arrived with pure elegance and indulgence. The 50-story tall hotel building is an unmistakable presence with its dark, sophisticated exterior. Complementary to its bold exterior, the hotel is surrounded by luscious greenery, cascading waterfalls, shimmering pools and an 18-hole championship golf course. From high-end shopping and ultra fine dining to rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, Steve Wynn has once again raised the bar on luxury accommodations on his 217-acre Wynn Resort.

The hotel offers 15 restaurants, boasting acclaimed chefs such as Alessandro Stratta, Eric Klein, Daniel Boulud, Paul Bartolotta. Inside the theater, you will find the intricately laid out works of Franco Dragone in his latest Strip creation, Le Reve -A Small Collection of Imperfect Dreams. Wynn Resort is the most elegent hotel on the strip but soon it will face with a tough competition with City Center belongs to MGM Group.

Nightlife at the hotel includes its ultra lounge, Blush, and its booming nightclub, Tryst. Although opening after the inception of Wynn Las Vegas, Tryst Nightclub has quickly become one of the premier clubs in town, only rivaled by the best. For those who like to be pampered before their night out, the hotel offers a barbershop, spa, salon, and fitness club. Modern and contemporary, the hotel’s rooms are influenced with European elegance. Graced with flat-screen televisions and spacious bathrooms, rooms and suites alike are sure to cater to the simplistic and the sophisticated.

No detail was overlooked when building this extraordinary hotel and casino. The sophistication and elegance were meant to be enjoyed by all -- so grab yourself a piece of Strip luxury the next time you visit Wynn Las Vegas.

Our Rating

rating 5


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Kids Friendly

rating 1

# of Rooms

2,716 rooms and suites.

Check in

3:00 p.m.

Check out

12:00 p.m.


Yes, a four-story parking garage.
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Wynn Las Vegas Amenities

Hotel Amenities

Weddings, Spa / salon, Meetings, Shopping, nightlife, VIP service, golf course, pool, topless european pool, business services center.

Room Amenities

Room Types : Resort rooms, Tower Suites, cabanas and villas. complimentary soft drinks, fruit plates, dry snacks, a flat-screen TV, a ceiling fan

High-Speed Internet Access, Laundry / Dry Cleaning, dining table and chairs, Pillowtop Wynn Hotel Dream Egyptian Cotton Bed, bedside drapery and lighting controls, Cordless phone, Bathroom with soaking tub, glass shower.

Casino & Sports Book

Race and sportsbook, table games (Baccarat, Blackjack, Big 6, Caribbean Stud , European Roulette, Let it Ride , Mini Baccarat, Pai Gow Poker, Roulette, and Three Card Poker and Casino War), big high limit room with generous limits. European roulettes are open 24 hours and served with friendly dealers. One of the biggest poker room in town and thousands of slot machines.

Restaurants & Bars

Bartolotta, Okada, The Country Club, Red 8, Tableau, Corsa Cucina, Chocolat, SW Steakhouse, Alex, Wing Lei are the main restaurants at Hotel Wynn Las Vegas, there is terrace cafe and small pastry cafe as well fo snacks. Tryst is the number two club after pure to visit, waiting to get in sometimes takes hours.


There are couple of shows at Wynn you must see, Le reve is the only compatitor of cirque de Soleil shows and Spamalot is for those who likes comedy. You can take a look at the ferraries which will cost you $10, or watch the 5 minute show at the waterfall section and kill an hour or two by shopping.

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Wynn Las Vegas Reviews

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  • Michele C.

    Shame on you Wynn

    Las time I stayed at Wynn, I thought "what a wonderful hotel!" nice restaurants, shows, clubs etc.. I was playing Black Jack at the Wynn casino and talking to the dealer, I couldn't believe Wynn decided to take 20% of the tip and share between the supervisors although this is illegal. Poor dealers started a lawsuit but of course they wouldn't have chance against most powerful company in Las Vegas. It was heartbreaking, I decided not to go there anymore, dealers weren't looked as happy as other casino dealers are. I think CityCenter is way better than Wynn-Encore resorts.