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Wynn Palace Gets A Website

By Chuckmonster on Monday, 23rd March 2015 4:06pm
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The forthcoming Wynn Palace Cotai now has a website including a flashy motion graphic of the new Wynn Cotai crest accompanied by a huge orchestral flourish.

CAUTION: turn down your speakers.

The magnificent US$4.1 billion, floral-themed Wynn Palace is scheduled to unveil in Cotai in early 2016. Guests are transported into a world of beauty, excitement and entertainment via a breathtaking ride in uniquely themed, air-conditioned SkyCabs that traverse a stunning 8-acre Performance Lake and into the heart of the resort.

The second luxurious integrated resort in Macau by Steve Wynn, Chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts, Limited – following the launch of Wynn Macau in 2006 – Wynn Palace features a 28-storey hotel with 1,700 exquisitely furnished rooms and suites, spectacular, large-scale floral displays, superbly designed gaming spaces, versatile meetings facilities, an opulent spa and salon, renowned luxury retail and gourmet dining outlets.

And later...

Wynn Palace is the latest US$4.1 billion luxurious integrated resort development in Macau by Wynn Resorts, Limited. Scheduled to open in the first half of 2016, it will feature 1,700 rooms and suites, an 8-acre Performance Lake, air-conditioned SkyCabs, large-scale floral sculptures, gaming space, meeting facilities, spa and salon, luxury retail and fine dining.


Big thanks to handsome and well spoken JohnH for the tip.

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Comments & Discussion:


The logo animation and orchestral flourish remind me how excited I was as a child right before Chairman Kaga unveiled the secret ingredient.

Looking at the property, it's Wynn/Encore combined with the Mirage and Bellagio or as Chuckmonster referred to it when it was announced in 2013, "Steve Wynn's Greatest Hits".

Can't wait to visit, now who is going to fund me?

Oh man, you nailed it. "Allez Cuisine!"
(But it *has* to be the Backdraft theme music....)

I am not as familiar with the Macau area. Aren't they struggling hard right now for high end gamblers. Will this resort be an over saturation?

They're struggling now because of the crackdown on junkets by the Chinese government, but with the construction as far along as it is, it makes more sense to finish the project. But I would not be surprised if Wynn Palace is the last resort built in Macau for some time (Now whether Wynn goes ahead with the second phase of the project, Wynn Diamond, who knows.). With integrated resorts opening up in the Philippines, it puts more pressure on the operators in Macau that don't have casinos elsewhere in Asia (especially Wynn and MGM). Singapore put a sizable dent in the revenues in Macau, even with the strict access policies for Singapore citizens and resident workers and that was with only one of the two resorts being open. The South Korean government is looking into expanding gaming in that country and there has been talk of legalizing casinos in Japan. So if this comes to pass, that's even more pressure on the operators in Macau, even if they do open up properties in those new markets.

Glad you warned us to turn down our speakers. Wow.
The lake is eight acres, same as Bellagio. For some reason, I thought the lake at Wynn Palace was going to be larger.

Totally different color on the hotel's skin. Much brighter and more gold instead of brown tones.

I want to go even though the Steve and Elaine drama has me pissed.

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