Parlor Suite at Wynn Las Vegas - VegasTripping Review 2006

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Posted by Chuckmonster



Stuff in the Basket

Hairspray, moisturizer, nail polish, shower cap, polish (skin?), necessities (q-tips, nail files etc), mend (a sewing kit), a buffer, rembrandt toothpaste (rembrandt - get it?) toothbrushes, a shaver and some bambu moisturizer. What a haul!




The Shower

Glass enclosed marble shower features lemony body soap, shampoo, conditioner and face bar. The shower in the Parlor Suite is much larger than the Tower suites at Wynn Las Vegas. Also included is a water wand that serves at least three purposes: 1) sex toy 2) flushing out the cooties from your nether areas 3) bob barker impressions - COME ON DOWN! Water pressure: fabulous. Temperature: as hot as you want it - the dial actually has thermostat markings on it as opposed to "here is H here is C - fend for yourself." You want a shower at exactly 85? You got it.




The Goodies in the Tub

The bubble tub in the Wynn Las Vegas parlor suite is wonderful. Large, sunken, but not as expansive and more cozy than the ghettofabulous LuvTub's at the Imperial Palace, the tub waterfalls water from the side (no spigots on the end to klunk your head on, or keep you from getting two people in the tub). Four buttons on the tub control speed, force and "wave length" of the tubs jet system.

The goodies that came with the tub included an individually wrapped tub head pillow (with suction cups for best placement,) a louva sponge, backscrubber with massaging knobbies amidst the bristles and some soaps, shampoos and scrubs. Honestly folks, I sat in this thing for a good two hours one afternoon. When I got out I had forgotten completely about the beating I had just taken at the dice table. This tub gets ten toes up.




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Awesome and hilarious review Chuck. Thank you for being a true renaissance man aware of your surroundings--most people think the Mondrian is an obscure decoration.

Beethoven's 5th piano concerto, the "Emperor", 2nd movement. Great touch ;-).

Thanks! Evidently some of the other works from the Wynn Gallery are hanging in the Villas. If only...

Believe me, I'm working on it (the Villas) and there will be a party of epic proportions if I pull through. I can't say for sure, but I'm almost certain the private baccarat rooms have some of the other masterworks as well.

Thanks for the wonderful, amusing and insightful review. We live in Las Vegas and love the poker room at Wynn and have always wondered about the hotel experience. Especially loved the detailed photos!

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