Review: My Luxurious Trip To Las Vegas

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Recently I was invited out to experience The Wynn Las Vegas for three days. A combination of excitement and apprehension sat in my stomach the days leading up to the trip. I was either going to have the time of my life or it was going to be every movie about Vegas I’d ever seen.

I was swept off my feet upon arrival to the airport by a reserved car. After arriving at the Encore Resort, check-in was a breeze. The Wynn Las Vegas is divided into two sections sharing the same building: Wynn and Encore Resort. Each section offers their own distinct style and offer a combined 2034 total rooms, including 1767 Encore Resort Rooms.


Staying in a traditional 745 square foot Encore Resort Suite, the room featured a King sized pillow-top Wynn Dream Bed, a 42in LCD HDTV, a desk, closet, and a sitting area featuring floor to ceiling panoramic windows with views of the Las Vegas strip. Everything was plush and inviting with an old Las Vegas luxury feel, like the kind of Vegas Reuben Tishkoff wistfully pines for in Ocean’s Thirteen. Okay, so maybe this trip would be a little of the Vegas movies I had seen.

The bathroom featured a large tub and separate shower with Wynn line of luxury products that covered just about everything you could possibly forget at home – as I often do. Small touches like turn down service each night (with chocolates!), a bedside panel to control everything from lighting to in-room dining, and terrycloth robes make the space feel luxurious. It’s an ideal space to recover from a night spent in the hustle and bustle of Vegas.

I spent my first afternoon exploring the Wynn Las Vegas property and was amazed by the size. Winner of the most Forbes Five Star awards in the world, the resort boasts two casinos, a “strip” of designer shops, multiple show rooms, pools, nightclubs, lounges and numerous restaurants, the well thought out layout makes it easy to traverse with the majority of amenities taking center stage with wings of hotel rooms on either side. Throughout its corridors and numerous restaurants, one can find beautiful works of art inspired from decades past.

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