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Exclusive: First Review of The New Deluxe Panoramic View Rooms At Wynn Las Vegas

By Chuckmonster on Saturday, 14th August 2010 11:37pm
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Just a quick note to those tuned into the RSS and Twitter feeds that we've posted a new feature article - the very first photos and review of the newly renovated Deluxe Panoramic View rooms at Wynn Las Vegas.

I am sitting in this room on the 60th floor right now... we are officially the first folks to stay up on this floor which is deserted except for the girls next door.

So how do you get one? If you are checking in in the next week or so, request a "Deluxe" upgrade to the front desk attendant and they will put you in the freshly renovated floors. If you are booked for a future stay, call Wynn reservations and ask request a "Deluxe" upgrade. The difference between the new rooms and the old rooms is the word "Deluxe." This verbiage will be used in future on the Wynn website and other booking engines as the room renovations plow forth until April of 2011.

So, without further delay, here it is... the first photos and review of brand new Deluxe Panoramic View Rooms at Wynn Las Vegas.

This is yet another VegasTripping exclusive. Accept no imitators.



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Comments & Discussion:

I'm in the minority: I really liked the old color schemes. Don't get me wrong - I liked the Encore room designs too. I just don't see why all of the hotel rooms have to look alike. The great thing about the old Wynn room designs was that they were like no other rooms on earth. When I stepped into a Wynn hotel room for the first time, I felt like I was escaping into another world. It was a continuation of Vegas as adult DisneyLand motif that made Vegas great. These rooms are beautiful, but they seem to lack the same vibe; they feel sterile where the other rooms were dynamic and exciting and soothing all at the same time. I feel like the Wynn rooms were de-themed into a more conventional luxury room, and it feels just as bad as when MGM de-themed the Mirage. I know that furnishings get old and have to be replaced eventually, but I was there 6 months ago, and everything seemed to be in mint condition when I stayed. I just wish that they would leave some hotel rooms the old way and give guests another option to choose. Boutique hotels in San Francisco pride themselves on having many unique room choices. I wish that Wynn would give customers that option. Nobody else in Vegas is doing it. If they really expanded on this concept, it could be a huge draw - a bold statement that Wynn is different and stands head and shoulders above the competition. These room designs feel like a missed opportunity to me.

I love the Wynn, the colors, the feel, etc. But here's my problem. When I go to price a trip, I'm looking at location vs. value. I can stay at Aria or Vdara, in a brand new room, for the same price (if not less) right in the heart of the action. I can spend a little bit less than that and get a cool GO room at the Flamingo and be steps away from the corner of Flamingo and Las Vegas Blvd.

With Wynn, even with the remodel at the end of the day you're still are only close to Wynn, Encore and Palazzo/Venetian. I always end up going up and down the strip, from Mandalay to Wynn. I would rather spend that money to be in a better location with a brand new room (i.e. citycenter) or spend less, be in the best location, and still have a great room (i.e. GO room.)

Anyone following my twitter feed knows that I'm biased, maybe even a bit angry at these upgrades. After putting more thought into it, they aren't half bad. I just expected more I guess. There's some really nice touches, but overall it feels, well...beige.

Wow I didn't know you guys had so much juice in town. I'll have to temper my usual ramblings with a little more respect! :-)

Didn't realize Mr. Monster has juice? Pssshhh... you best recognize =)



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