Wynn Las Vegas
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Anyone else notice that the place stinks.
Snotty staff, overpriced and overall bitterly disappointing. The bellagio is just so much better this seems like a real backwards step.
The girls waiting in the casino were terrific tho'
This review is intended to give everyone a few more details about Wynn's new Mega Resort. My wife and I just got back from spending 3 nights at the ultra luxurious Wynn Resort. I would like to say that everything was picture perfect; however, I would not be telling the whole truth so I will try and stay as unbiased as possible. First off, Steve Wynn has succeeded in creating a resort on the strip that doesn't feel like a hotel on the strip. The mountain that is placed in front of the hotel helps to create a very private feel to the place. Wynn, no doubt, wanted his new Resort to feel like a destination unto itself and he accomplished this by incorporating more intimate spaces throughout the hotel. He also set his hotel apart by turning off all the typical noise in the Casino from the various slots and other gambling machines. It is amazing how much more of a relaxed atmosphere this creates. Second Wynn wanted his guest to feel very special. For instance, when you pick up your room key, the key has your name emblazoned in Gold. Look at your state of the art, in room phone and there is your name across the top of the LCD screen. Turn on your television and along with Wynn's name, there is your name welcoming you before you begin channel surfing. Call anywhere in the hotel and you are greeted by your name. Although Wynn has managed to print his name on more things within the hotel than even Donald Trump could dream up, he didn't forget that you are supposed to be the focus of his hospitality. When we checked in, the lines were long and we had to wait for a long time. But we received a phone call the next day saying that we were given a $100.00 credit for the long check-in. The other not so great thing we encountered was a clogged toilet upon checking into our room left over from the previous occupants. It took 3 calls and 4 hours to get someone up to the room to fix it, however, we were given a $50.00 credit for the inconvenience. One tip, if you need anything done, don't call housekeeping, they didn't seem to have their act together, instead call the front desk, they were on everything instantly! Here are my thoughts on the some of the things I've been asked about most.
Just stayed at Wynn the night of May 3rd. While the hotel is impressive looking and the rooms are very nice and a good size, the hotel is definitely having issues being a new hotel. The service was awful. The people who were working were always nice to you, but they couldn't do anything. Upon check-in at 7pm, we were told no rooms were available as none were clean yet. The front desk people looked to be in a panic since they didn't know what to do. I asked one staff member whether it was a busy day for them to figure out why this was such a mess and they said that it was actually a dead day. Finally, someone told them to start putting guests into whatever room came available in the system. At that point, we were given rooms in the Tower Suite section which has a separate entrance and elevators. However, no one told us about the separate entrance and we went upstairs in the non-Tower Suite elevators. So we first went upstairs and then had to come back downstairs after not finding our room number. There were absolutely no signs anywhere warning guests about the different entrances and the person checking for room keys at the bottom of elevators was of no help. Finally, we got to our room and found it a complete mess as it had never been cleaned. After waiting 10 minutes to get the front desk on the phone (and yes, this was the average wait time for the front desk the entire stay as we had to call the front desk a lot). The room finally got cleaned around 9pm (after I had to take a shower in a dirty bathroom since they couldn't clean the room immediately). The rooms are comfortable, nice looking with great views (at least when they are clean!). The other main drawbacks is that it took 20 minutes to get from the nearest intersection by the property into the taxi drop-off section as the valet people had the poorly designed entrance in utter chaos at 1pm on a Wednesday afternoon (not even a weekend night, which might be understandable then). The restaurants where we tried to eat had long waits for lunch as well even though most had lots of empty tables. We asked the hostess why she wasn't seating people at the empty tables and she said she didn't know why but instead starting insisting that crowd amassing outside the Terrace Point restaurant needed to form an orderly line (even though we were already in there roped off line...very confusing). Its clear that the hotel is understaffed/undertrained and I would highly recommend waiting until the place gets settled in before staying here.
Never going back to Wynn
One of the worst places. Everything was a mess from the moment we got there. Save your money. Staff was friendly but too many technical problems with the hotel. I am never going back.
I stayed at the Wynn for one night this past Sunday.The hotel is very similar in design to the Bellagio.Flowers when you walk in and lots of high end overpriced shops.The shops being mainly high end is understandable but the price of a polo shirt with a Wynn golf logo on it was $130-$150,a Wynn light rain jacket also for golf was $395-$595.
I just got back from opening weekend. I was there from Friday April 29th-Sunday, May 1. While I could go on and on about what did not go smoothly at the hotel this weekend, I am going to focus on the positive and assume that all that did not go right were just opening weekend bugs. We expected them so we did not allow these little things to ruin our weekend.
Even in it's opening week, when one could expect things to be a little rocky, the rooms, the service, the atmosphere were terrific. We stayed up on the 30th floor and the view was incredible. The rooms were spacious, well coordinated, and technologically advanced (flat screens, tv's in the tub area, great detail, and wonderful beds). Very personalized service. We sampled food at several restaurants - SW Steakhouse & Bartolotta's were outstanding - fresh, great flavors, terrific atmosphere. Had a make over at La Flirt - Rochelle was terrific. I don't want to mislead anyone - I did not have to consider cost. However, if you are looking for a great Las Vegas experience, you have found it. The staff takes pride in working for a prestigious and reputable employer. It shows in their approach to customer service. Even if you don't stay there, visit, stroll around and plan on eating somewhere! Consider making restaurant reservations. Gambling is a given!
The Wynn is pure pleasure
I am currently here in one of the smaller suites. This mega resort is amazing. I just wish the art museum was open. It makes the Bellagio and the Venetian look dated. Steve has taken the las vegas resort experience to the next level. I don't think there was another gathering of billionaires in one place like there was for the opening. I just wish I was one of them. The only reason I was invited is because my son helped design the property.