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Wynn Las Vegas And Encore

Wynn Las Vegas And Encore

3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV US 89109 Map It

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  • Wynn Needs an Upgrade

    03/12/2009

    Just spent 3 nights (3/9-11/2009) at the wynn properties (2 nights at the encore and 1 night at the wynn). the encore is beautiful. in comparison, the ...

    Just spent 3 nights (3/9-11/2009) at the Wynn properties (2 nights at the Encore and 1 night at the Wynn). The Encore is beautiful. In comparison, the Wynn resort rooms are in the need of a makeover. I found the food at both properties to be extremely expensive for the quality/quantity. The Wynn?s buffet was mediocre at best. Service was horrible. Encore front desk were unresponsive to a simple issue. I reminded them that in this economic climate the gambling consumer has many choices. They didn?t seem to care. For the money-I would stay someplace else.

  • Wynn Las Vegas

    03/06/2009

    Great hotel! great service! great deal! absolutely the best hotel in las vegas!!!

    Great Hotel! Great Service! Great Deal! Absolutely the best hotel in Las Vegas!!!

  • MY first Time IN Vegas

    03/01/2009

    I did expect more from the wynn. the noise from the airplanes was annoying. the mall across the street played loud advertisements from speakers which you could hear in our ...

    I did expect more from the Wynn. The noise from the airplanes was annoying. The mall across the street played loud advertisements from speakers which you could hear in our room. Worst of all the ads were played over and over, you felt like it was a Chinese torture tactic. Housekeeping was definetly lax. The view from the bedroom to the mountain range was beautiful. I do want to go back to Las Vegas but I am not sure where to stay at this point.

  • Sorry Mr. Wynn

    02/27/2009

    We stayed at the wynn for a long weekend- last week. it is indeed a beautiful property. unfortunately, from the moment we got there we were disappointed with the poor ...

    we stayed at the Wynn for a long weekend- last week. It is indeed a beautiful property. Unfortunately, from the moment we got there we were disappointed with the poor service. It continues to this very moment, as I wait for them to resolve a mistake on our bill, that they promised on Monday would be resolved. We arrived late on Wednesday night and were very suprised to find no one to help us with our bags (my husband had his golf clubs, no less). We got ourselves to registration where the clerk asked me for my credit card, before she asked me my name. She told us our suite was in the tower on the other side of the casino. She never offered to get us a bellman to help with our bags, so we schlepped them across the admittedly beautiful casino. The suite was lovely. The following night, an incredibly rude manager at the buffet told us, after waiting for 40 minutes to be seated, that we probably wouldn't get in, and if we did, we'd have about 20 minutes to eat. On our last morning, I had to call twice to get a bellman to get our luggage (what is it about the bellman at that place??) I filled out the Express checkout paperwork (the checkout feature on the TV didn't work), put it in the Express checkout box promptly at noon, as instructed, and off we went. Got home to New Jersey only to get our final bill via email with a half day fee on it for late checkout! I called and spoke to someone named Kip who assured me it would be taken care of within three days. I then spoke to a manager named Steve who apologized for the poor service, but clearly

  • Good service, great food, skin-deep luxury, avoid Danny Gans

    02/26/2009

    The service, the rooms, the dining, the bed comfort and room amenities are all first rate. the food at the buffet is great and the poker room is top tier ...

    The service, the rooms, the dining, the bed comfort and room amenities are all first rate. The food at the buffet is great and the poker room is top tier as well. If you enjoy Las Vegas, the Wynn is the best of the bunch, in my opinion. However, if you are not familiar with Las Vegas, be advised that much of the much-ballyhooed luxury is based on thin veneers of plastic adorning the walls and ceilings of the public places, designed to look impressive in photos, but which do not withstand casual scrutiny, and which frankly depress the effect they are intended to convey. And some cost-cutting measures are obvious - 7' ceilings in the room hallways, cheap and broken plastic fake-ivory balls on the buffet line channelizers, the fact that the exterior dining area overlooking the golf course was closed on a beautiful 75 degree and sunny day in late Februrary - and these detract from what the Wynn promises. But look - at the online rates, you are getting rooms for not that much more than some Howard Johnson-type hotel, and at this price, the Wynn is a great deal. However, under no circumstances should you be dumping money on the Danny Gans show. The best moment at this decidely unfunny ""comedy"" show with an ""Up with People"" vibe, was when a woman a few rows in front of us literally climbed over the back of chair to get away about three-fourths of the way into this show. The look of frenzied panic on her face was priceless!!

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