Encore Beach Club: The First Renderings (updated)
A few weeks ago, we alerted you to one of the greatest treasure troves of Wynn Resorts interior renderings imaginable. Much to our surprise, those renderings are still online over three weeks later.
Even more to our surprise, we at VT today discovered that that treasure trove just keeps on giving us more treasure. VT readers, here are the first actual, factual according to Hoyle renderings of the Encore Beach club.
The funny thing about the renderings, though, is that the place just doesn't look that interesting. The bar, with its butterflies and signature Encore drapes, looks interesting, but the pool itself - ostensibly, the centerpiece of the Encore Beach Club - looks like a generic bean-shaped concrete swimming hole. Not super impressive.
We'll reserve judgment until we see the Beach Club, Wet Kiss, and Surrender (Note: We're still not sure if Wet Kiss and Surrender are separate clubs or not. The inclusion of the "Pool Club" signage in the first rendering suggest two clubs, but we'll just have to wait and see) in May, but as of right now, consider us underwhelmed.
What are your thoughts?
Update: And we missed one. Here's an interior rendering, brought to our attention by reader Brian Fey, of Surrender. I'll be sure to bring my 8 1/2 foot killer python with me on opening day. And ladies, I ain't just talking about my exceedingly large snake. Rimshot!
Also, a bit of clarification on the Wet Kiss/Surrender confusion: After hearing Roger Thomas' Genesis-inspired hints on the last edition of "Beauty Defined by Roger Thomas," it looks like the club was tentatively named Wet Kiss, but it is officially going by Surrender.
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