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|Deposit:||First night charge plus tax|
|Resort Fee:||$39.20/day including tax|
|Comp Club:||Red Card|
|Deals:||13 deals for Wynn Las Vegas|
Wynn Las Vegas - The Real Deal :
Elegant, gorgeous and only slightly full of its stuffy self. Without at doubt, the original chocolate curve means many things to many people, even inciting a quasi-religious sect of Wynn fans bowing at the altar of The Steve and Roger the Baptist. With its cooey-cuddly decor, gracious staff, easy wayfinding, phenomenal dining options and once exquisite room offerings (now overdue for redrafting) there sure is lots to love about Wynn Las Vegas, including the best tasting bag of $12 potato chips you'll ever have.
Location of Wynn Las Vegas:
Wynn Las Vegas is located at the northern(ish) end of The Strip. As expected, the opening of the Wynn has changed the surrounding neighborhood... two of its nearest neighbors closed within three years of Wynn's opening: Stardust was imploded to make way for Echelon, and New Frontier was imploded to make way forPlaza Las Vegas.
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Cool Stuff About Wynn Las Vegas:
Amazing deal from Travelocity: Win at the Wynn! Save up to 20% & a $100 resort credit when you book a 3+night flight+hotel stay at the Wynn. Ends 12/31.
Le Steve (our Steve Wynn comic book)
Wynn sweeps 2009 Trippies, VT's Best of Las Vegas Readers Poll
Our reviews of Red 8, SW Steakhouse, Terrace Pointe Cafe, Daniel Boulud Brasserie,
Wynn Las Vegas construction photos (including the rubble of the Desert Inn)
There is no 4th floor in the WLV. Reason? 4 is an unlucky number to Asian high-rollers.
Wynn Las Vegas History
Built on the hallowed grounds of the legendary Desert Inn, Wynn Las Vegas (or Lose Las Vegas, depending on how you fare at the tables) is upscale delish, kinda like Bellagio, but casual, cozy and better. Built for a $2 Bajillion dollars and originally called 'La Reve' (from the Picasso painting which the Wynn's own) the Wynn Las Vegas caters to the discriminating Vegas aficionado. Wynn Las Vegas opened April 28th, 2005.
The Rooms at Wynn Las Vegas
Couches, bedside electronic drapery controls, flat-screen TV's, cordless fax, phone and internet access, heavy linens and thick turkish towels, a soaking tub and an LCD TV in the bathroom. Higher ticket accomodations have even more groovy shit in them... click through to see reviews of each.
Resort Room: Basic room with exceptional amenities.
Panoramic Room: Same room as Resort room but on a higher floor.
Tower Suites: Private gated entryways and VIP check in.
Parlor Suite: Wet bar, strip view, access to terrace with private pool.
Salon Suite: Conference tables, view of strip or golf course, massive bathrooms, dining room, powder room and wet bar
Executive Suite: His 'n her's bathrooms, sitting area and a great view.
So are you drooling yet?
We scaled down the property map available on the WLV site... take a peak!
Restaurants at Wynn Las Vegas
Tons of great dining options which we will list in our personal order of awesome: Alex (Italian), Bartolotta Ristorante Di Mare (seafood, Italian style) SW Steakhouse, Stratta (Italian bistro style), Terrace Pointe Cafe, The Buffet, Okada (Japanese), Wing Lei (Chinese), Red 8 (pan-Asian bistro).
Wynn Las Vegas Tips
Round of golf: $500. Entertainment? You betcha. Wynn Las Vegas features a Cirque-like show entitled "Le Reve" (the original name for WLV before Spielberg and Barry Diller convinced him to nix it). Also at WLV is "Spamalot" from the Monty Python folks. Clubbing? Try Tryst or Blush or head over to Encore and hit XS or Surrender.
Internet access? Youbetcha - $19 bucks a day baby!
The Wynn Las Vegas tv computer thingy also offers 24 hour chunks of in-room porn for only $30 bucks. Titles include: The Sopornos, Busty Beach Babes 26, Asian Delights 13, Anal Queens and more!