A Wynn-Win Situation

Our first photos inside Wynn Las Vegas

Posted by Chuckmonster

Entrance Way
The painted florals come to life in a canopy of warm, yet vibrant tone hues - as hanging spheres, swashes of colored flowerbeds and hand chiseled mosaic inlays in the marble flooring. During daytime hours, this vestibule is bathed in natural skylight.

Flower Beds
This slightly curved walkway is accented on both sides with real floral displays. WLV's unsightly, plastic resin trash recepticles are one of a few detractors to WLV's overall vibe. They exude an aire of "fast food restaurant parking lot" but are still a few notches better than the standard gold plated cubes in most upscale resorts. Let's hope this solution is only temporary.

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Just spent 6 days at Wynn. It's definately a step above Bellagio (although no one will ever compete w/ the grandeur of B's fountains). The rooms are fabulous and the beds r awesome. Came home and had to buy new bedding immediately. Lots of problems yet. Check-in can be forever. There were no bellboys to help bring in luggage. Had to wait for room, but I refused to wait in line again to find out if room was ready, and spoke to a manager.Also, didn't initially receive the room aqnd view requested, so for last 3 days of reservation had a room upgrade. Desk people look like deers stuck in headlights for lack of proper training. Japanese restaurant waitress was so bad, that again I had to speak to manager and they comped the whole dinner. So, I'll be back for sure, but until things r ironed out speak up. (Oh, a cool thing-we had maid service sometimes 3 times a day by accident. They don,t have that together--o-- if ur t.v. remote is difficult get an engineer-not a new remote)

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