The Wynn & Encore Hotel Review

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The Wynn is one of the most unique properties on the strip and offers a high-end experience that is unrivaled. It is hip and modern, which appealing to classic old money at the same time. It is bright and beautiful with amazing water features, art installations, and expansive grounds unlike anything else on the strip.

Somehow, The Wynn has found the delicate mix between a younger crowd which usually frequents the Encore, where the nightclub scene is strong and an older, wealthy crowd that includes some of the largest whales in Vegas. It rivals the Aria/Bellagio relationship, which makes sense, as Steve Wynn was the mastermind behind the Bellagio becoming the most iconic property on the strip.

Today, the Wynn rivals any hotel and is never a bad place to visit. With the Wynn Insider newsletter, you can get affordable rooms ($139/night + resort fee) often and the rooms in Encore all are at least 700 square feet, so they feel like a suite.

The only knock on the Wynn is the location. It is almost as far north on the strip as you can get, so it limits a bit of the appeal if you have plans on the central or south strip. That said, it is not so far that you can’t visit The Venetian or Caesars Palace without needing additional transportation.

The Wynn and Encore offer more Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Awarded restaurants than any other resort in North America. If you want fine dining, it is hard to find a resort that rivals The Wynn and Encore in the country, let alone in Vegas.

Andrea’s (sharable asian), Cipriani (italian), Costa di Mare (seafood flown in daily), Lakeside (fresh Hawaiian fish), Mitzumi (sushi), Sinatra (classic Italian), SW Steakhouse, Tableau (classic), and Wing Lei (first Chinese restaurant in the US to earn a Michelin star) offer fine dining for any pallet.

The Wynn also features a number of more casual dining experience including Allegro (pizza), The Café, Charlie’s Bar + Grill (American), Jardin (farm-fresh), La Cave (shareables), Red 8 (noodles), Terrace Pointe Café (brunch), Urth Caffé (healthy), and Wazuzu (Asian fusion). They also feature one of the best buffets in Vegas, The Wynn Buffet.

They have a number of lounges and bar experiences and features XS nightclub (where Drake just chose for his Vegas residency), Encore Beach Club, and Intrigue nightclub. It also offers a young, sexy, flirty vibe, so your sure to be around the hottest people who are ready to party.

The casino is one of the most expansive on the strip and the high-limit areas are some of the best in Vegas. They offer multiple amazing spa experiences that will let you be pampered.


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