Hotel Review – The Wynn

During our weekend getaway to Las Vegas last month, we stayed at the Wynn Hotel. The Wynn is a luxury hotel and casino and, in our opinion, is the perfect place to get away in Las Vegas. Even with over 2,700 hotel rooms, the hotel can seem quiet and relaxing (once you leave the casino floor) and almost as if you have the place to yourself.


Location – The hotel is located on the northern end of the Vegas Strip, and depending on traffic, is usually a 10-15 minute drive to the airport. The hotel is near Fashion Show Mall, the Bellagio and the Venetian.

Customer Service – The service at the hotel is exceptional. Vegas is known for high-end hospitality, but the service at the Wynn is truly over the top.  We never wanted for anything and everyone seemed to be on a mission to make our stay “perfect.”

Accommodations – We stayed in the hotel’s Tower Suites, in a King Suite. Our large room had a very comfortable king bed, a couch and ottoman, a small dining table with two chairs, a desk and chair, and a small bar area. The over-sized bathroom had a huge bathtub, over-sized shower, water closet and double vanities. There was also ample closet space for our luggage, coats, carry-on bags, etc.




Our room also has a great view of the Strip.


Amenities – The hotel offers far more amenities than we could use during our short stay. The hotel offers many lounging areas, shops for souvenirs and high-end luxury items, casual and high-end restaurants, pools, multiple bars, gaming, a spa and lots, lots more. The hotel also offered complimentary tea, hot chocolate, and coffee in the morning (on the hotel’s casino level, just past the Tower Suite elevators) – which was a great way to start the day. Our room also came with complimentary breakfasts for two.


Member Recognition – There is a recognition program for the hotel that is linked to the hotel’s gaming functions. We are “members,” but are very low on the totem pole.

We would love to return to The Wynn in the future, most likely on another getaway.

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