Wynn Las Vegas
Fine dining, high-end boutiques, and exceptional service are the hallmarks of the Wynn. Book a reservation at one of the hotel’s restaurants. Wing Lei, the first Chinese restaurant in the US to earn a Michelin star, serves Cantonese, Shanghai, and Szechuan dishes; Mizumi offers sushi and sashimi specialities; Costa di Mare features seafood that’s flown in daily from the Italian coast. Or grab a bite at one of the hotel’s casual eateries, bars, and lounges. Plus, do some window shopping along the Wynn Esplanade, which features luxury shops like Chanel and Dior, plus wellness experiences such as SoulCycle.
Guided tours of the Grand Canyon, the Strip, and surrounding attractions typically offer round-trip transportation from the Wynn and other major Vegas hotels.
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Things to know before you go
- Many amenities like the spa at sister property Encore are available to Wynn hotel guests.
- Ask the concierge for a booklet about the artwork on site at the Wynn and Encore; it includes information about the artists along with a map of the artworks’ locations.
- The Wynn is known for its grand floral showcases that are typically designed around holidays and seasons.
- Pets are not permitted, but guests may bring a service animal.
How to get there
The Wynn is located in the northeast corner of the Las Vegas Strip. Ride-hailing services like Uber and taxis are easily accessible throughout the city. There are also several car rental options on site at the McCarran International Airport; it’s about a 15-minute drive from there to the Wynn. The hotel’s garages are located off Las Vegas Boulevard. Valet and self-parking are free of charge for guests.
When to get there
The buffet at the Wynn is considered one of the best and biggest in Las Vegas. To avoid a long line and wait time, travelers recommend going in the early evenings around 5pm, if possible. Also, every Sunday, Lakeside hosts a popular brunch featuring live Dixieland-style jazz and blues with chilled Alaskan king crab legs, oysters on the half shell, and other specialties. Overall, the spring and fall are peak tourist times in Vegas, which means you’ll experience the biggest crowds then.
Further down the Strip, on the southern end, the Paris hotel and its 50-story Eiffel Tower replica serve as must-see attractions for Vegas visitors. In addition to booking a ticket to ride up to the tower’s panoramic viewing deck, you can also stroll down Bally’s Promenade or Le Boulevard to browse French-inspired boutiques.
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