The Wynn is a fabulous hotel offering all the amenities one would look for. Superb Le Reve show. Service was great, never waited for more than 20 minutes for any type of room-service. I would recommend The Wynn to anyone visiting Las Vegas.
I went to Las Vegas to enjoy some personal down-time, and was thrilled with the two days I spent at the Wynn. The room was lovely, elegant and restful, and the staff couldn't have been nicer. The employees of the Wynn organization seem very happy.
Many I spoke to, including the woman sitting next to me during my flight to Vegas, have worked at the Wynn since the it opened.
The resort is entirely self-contained with excellent amenities and entertainment right at your fingertips. There's no need to gander up-and-down the strip, which is exactly the experience I wanted. It's kind of like, "Club Med meets Camp Vegas," but with a sophisticated twist. I felt like a celebrity during my stay.
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As a vegan, travel can be difficult; but the Wynn restaurants are totally accommodating. I ate all of my meals in the hotel, and they were superb.
The Wynn is a first class hotel. Every inch of the hotel is spotless and well maintained. The buffet was good with a nice selection of foods. My only gripe was the water pressure in the shower was poor. I called down to ask for a stronger
shower head and they replaced it but the water pressure was the same. Their room maids were the friendliest women I have ever seen. There was a wait at check in and check out. That was annoying. Overall it was an excellent stay.
we splurged and stayed at the wynn for our 10th anniversary. everything from the time we got there to the time we left was super. the people were super friendly, the hotel was spotless and the casino was really nice. food prices were out of our
income budget but we still enjoyed our stay.