Wynn Las VegasHot
Toll-Free Number: (888) 320-WYNN
Rooms: 2,359 Prices: $167-$639
Suites: 351 Prices: $450-$1,300
Restaurants: 18 (2 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B- $22.99/$32.99 (Saturday/Sunday)
L- $26.99 D- $42.99/$49.99 (Friday/Saturday)
Casino Size: 186,187 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Baccarat, Mini-Baccarat, Poker, Pai Gow, Pai Gow Poker, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Big Six Wheel
Special Features: 150-foot man-made mountain with five-story waterfall. 18-hole golf course. Le Reve stage show. Spa and salon.
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This place is a must see! Lots of high end shoppes to window shop, feels like Rodeo Drive. Beautiful flowers and plants everywhere. Table games have higher limits than most casinos. We both got $10 free slot play for signing up for players club card. Put it in a nickle machine, 3rd or 4th spin won $110! cashed out, played through the rest of the $10 and quit gambling. Give it a try!
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After spending time at Wynn, I always feel like I didn't get my money's worth. It's a nice place but everything there is so expensive, it ought to be good! The food is good but not worth the price, at least not to me. I think the place is overrated.
I played poker there and the poker room is nice and fancy but the tables were too close together making it uncomfortable for me. And believe it or not, the poker room was DIRTY. There was food all over the floor, it needed to be cleaned.
I skip the Wynn.
I stayed at the Wynn a few years ago when I saw Garth Brooks. The concert was amazing as it was in a very small venue. Our room was spacious with a nice view of the golf course in the back. The casino itself is nicely decorated with many luxury retailers within. The Wynn is also home to XS Nightclub which is a lot of fun. It's also nice that the casino is connected to Encore which makes it seem like the casino is a lot larger than it really is.
Everything about this hotel was magic. We saw "Spam a Lot" and it was great. I even won $500 on the slots as a bonus.
What can I say about this place? It's absolutely INCREDIBLE. But unfortunately, it's for high rollers, which I am not.
Everything from the landscaping, to the hotel, to the games, to the restaurant is upscale. My goal is to see Garth Brooks there in January, but even those ticket prices are out of this world for decent seats.
This is in no way a bad review of this place, it's just a tad out of my league and probably many of us ACG people.
I miss old Vegas down that way (Desert Inn, Frontier, Westward Ho, Sahara, Stardust.) but Wynn is sort of "unofficially" where the strip now ends. Check this place out if you're a low roller, and gamble at it if you're a high roller :)