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Hotel overview

The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star award-winning Wynn Las Vegas sets the standard as one of the top luxury destinations in Las Vegas. Whether the purpose of the visit is a Vegas-style romp or a relaxing retreat, Wynn Las Vegas has a multitude of entertainment options, activities and amenities to transport guests' worlds away from their everyday. Casual elegance defines the environment of the 2,716 guestrooms and suites, all equipped with advanced technologies and a panoramic view of the Las Vegas cityscape. Signature restaurants bring the dining experience to a new level of distinction. Wynn Las Vegas offers its guests an array of amenities and indulgences, including private lagoons and waterfalls, an exclusive shopping promenade featuring renowned designers, a tranquil spa and salon, championship golf course and expansive meeting rooms and facilities.


Las Vegas - Strip
Hertz Rental Car
Las Vegas - Harry Reid International Airport : 5 miles

Property information

Year Built: 2005
Floors: 50
Total rooms: 2716


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Hotel advisories

Advisory The Buffet accepts all major credit cards as well as debit cards. Cash is not accepted. You may also charge your Buffet experience to your guest room.
Advisory The Room Block rates provided by the RESORT during the Term are net (non-commissionable) and will apply for the periods indicated on the schedules. All rates are per room, per night plus THIRTEEN POINT THIRTY-EIGHT percent (13.38%) Clark County Room Tax (subject to change), based on single or double occupancy. A daily resort fee (“Resort Fee”) of $45.00 plus THIRTEEN POINT THIRTY-EIGHT percent (13.38%) Clark County Room Tax (subject to change) and will be added to each guest room account.
Advisory Outside food and beverage, as well as coolers, are not permitted at the resort and casino. Guests arriving with these items will be required to discard these items or leave them in their vehicle for the duration of their visit.
Advisory Security will be checking keys at all Wynn and Encore elevators, and only registered guests will be permitted access to hotel rooms and suites. Upon check in, guests should confirm that all registered guests are listed on the reservation. Maximum occupancy for all standard rooms and suites is 4 people. A fee of $500 per person will be applied to any room or suite in excess of maximum occupancy, up to $3,000. Violations will result in eviction and trespass from property.
Advisory A minimum Valet Parking fee of $40 per room, per day, per vehicle will be charged and collected by the hotel at check-in or check-out. Free valet parking will remain available for All Wynn & Encore Tower Suites guests. The fee is subject to change without prior notice. The information published here is to give the client an estimate of additional fees they may be responsible for but not a guarantee of the final amount due.
Advisory A minimum Self Parking fee of $20 per room, per day, per vehicle with the first four hours free will be charged and collected by the hotel. Free parking will be available to All hotel guests. The system will be completely cashless with all payments done through a QR code located on the ticket that is received at entry. The fee is subject to change without prior notice. The information published here is to give the client an estimate of additional fees.
Advisory Please note the following changes to the pool operating hours for the Wynn: • Tower Suites Pool – 9:00am – 6:00pm • Resort Pool – 9:00am – 6:00pm • European Pool – 9:00am – 6:00pm • Jacuzzi – 9:00am – 6:00pm

General policies & fine print

Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM
Minimum Check-In Age: 21
General Policies:

Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization upon check-in for incidentals, this will place a hold on your funds. If you don’t provide a credit/debit card, a cash deposit is required upon check-in for incidentals.

Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.

Resort Fee: A mandatory hotel-imposed fee is charged and collected by the hotel either at check-in or check-out for all reservations.

The Resort Fee will entitle guests to the following items and is subject to change upon prior notice from the RESORT:

• Access to the fitness center for two per day 

• In-room internet access: four (4) devices per room 

• Access to a digital newsstand of newspapers and magazines

• Access to resort pools and sundecks 

• Dedicated concierge offering special dining access, Spa Reservations and Golf tee times 

• Alexa in-room entertainment services and room controls 

Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Tower, parlor and salon Suite Rooms:

The Resort Fee will entitle guests to the following items and is subject to change upon prior notice from the RESORT:

• Nightly room turn-down service 

• $50 daily breakfast credit 

• Exclusive entrance and lobby 

• Access to the Tower Suites Pool as well as other resort pools and sundecks 

• Standby valet parking access 

Some amenities, such as the fitness center and pool, are subject to availability and guest demand.

The above list may not be comprehensive. Mandatory hotel-imposed fees may not include tax and are subject to change. The hotel can provide current fee and inclusions when you check-in.

Room taxes are included in vacation price.

Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.

Pet Policy Pets Not Allowed

Ratings & reviews

TripAdvisor traveler rating

4.5 27387 reviews
  • 1.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Horrible customer follow up and service at hotel and Cipriani. Be aware of insect bites if you stay there

    Had insect bites that woke me up 2 nites which I reported as possible bed bugs at checkout. Had to decontaminate everything and throw out toiletries, cosmetics, luggage and ruined clothes in hot dryer. After over 29 hours, hotel called and said they didn't find any and wouldn't do anything. Cipriani restaurant customer experience with a party of 18 of us was similarly rude and arrogant-we had to change tables 4x and they said that they couldn't help it.

    Sep 26, 2023
  • 4.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Overall, a lovely stay and fun experience

    My new husband and I have been enjoying a road trip of the west coast of the US, visiting Wynn last week and enjoying our first visit to Las Vegas; Main pros: 1. A super easy stay - good location and lots of amenities in the resort. Slightly ashamed to say we didn’t have to leave the resort for 4 days as we had everything we needed - great pool, lots of restaurants and shops! 2. The room and bed were well designed and comfortable. It was spacious and well equipped. The room felt luxurious and good quality. 3. Free parking on site was very helpful. Cons: 1. The hotel had signs in the room stating it’s commitment to sustainability, yet there was no water machine which forced us to use (and buy) a lot of single use plastic water bottles. As there is an ice machine on each floor it feels like it should be easy to add in some sort of filtered water mechanism. (This seems like it should be a given in a five star resort) 2. Which links to the first point, we had to pay for water bottles in the room and the cost was EXORBITANT ($12 per litre bottle of water). 3. The service was good, but it didn’t feel like a special experience. We have stayed in many five star resorts and it usually feels a little more personable.

    Sep 17, 2023
  • 3.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Beware of cleaning staff

    Do not leave valuable shoes in room. Two pair of Micheal Kors shoes were stolen and I only noticed once I left. I stayed in room 1920 in from Aug. 19 to 24, 2023. I found it weird that my shoes were neatly put in a row but never noticed because I had to many.

    Sep 16, 2023
  • 2.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Very underwhelming. Coming from a longtime Wynn fan.

    I happened to live in Las Vegas when the Wynn opened. It quickly became my favorite LV property for the beautiful scenery and excellent service. I spent a lot of time there as it was our go to for dinners, special occasions, shows, holidays, clubs/nightlife etc. Over the years I always look forward to getting back to Wynn whenever we are in Vegas (frequently for conferences) and though we typically stay at the Cosmo I always look forward to popping into the Wynn while in town and was excited when my fiancé surprised my with a room at Wynn on a recent stay. We arrived without any greeting or acknowledgment outside, no doors opened or offers to assist us in wrestling our luggage. I get the bellman are busy but this did not mirror the historical level of service of the bell staff. Booked via Amex FHR (as we have done in the past. We were initially helped by Tena who was great. We were assigned a room and told we were given an upgrade. The room however did not appear to be an upgrade. I’ve been upgraded several times in the past at Wynn and the room we were put in, 5425, was the least upgraded looking room I have seen at Wynn the times I’ve stayed there. We arrived around dinner time and it was only a quick trip so we planned to quickly grab a good dinner. When I went into the bathroom to freshen up, I was surprised to see two dirty cups, one on each sink, and a used toothbrush still in one of the cups, smudgy/greasy looking finger prints on all of the silver metal indicating those surfaces had also not been wiped down (hygiene issue). There were a few pubic hairs on the edge of the bathtub (hygiene issue) and some stubble beard type trimmings behind the sink, topped off with a light layer of dust over everything. It appeared the room had not been properly cleaned, had visible signs it had not been sanitized, and it certainly did not have any semblance of the Wynn luxury feel to it. We had two reservations that Tena told us to come back to the front desk to merge. When we did as instructed, we were then helped by Dionara who seemed agitated and bothered and even somewhat hostile telling us we needed to go to a different department (but not offering information on who or how to contact them). It was as I’d we were bothering her and she wanted us to know it- very off putting. We went to dinner and considered the Italian restaurant but saw it had poor reviews, so attempted Sinatra, but there was a wait so we decided on Red 8. Our server at Red 8 was nice, checked on us etc. The service was not the issue. The food was the issue. We ordered 2 appetizers soup & calamari. The soup was fine but the calamari was cold/room temp and clearly had not just been made. We were starving so we decided to eat it anyway but as I took a scoop, I found a hair in the calamari. The server was gracious and took it away and brought a fresh calamari. However, that calamari too was cold and clearly had not just been made (it’s not supposed to be cold). We ordered a few entrees/sides and were completely underwhelmed by the flavorless, bland, luke warm dishes. The entire meal was a let down. Not only because we were starving but because the food and service have fallen so far from what I have come to expect from the Wynn. We went back to the room and opened the curtains to look out, to find greasy finger prints all over the window. I had been planning to bring my mom & daughter to the Wynn next month for their very special birthdays to see the new show and enjoy the spa. I was excited to share a hotel that I have historically loved and held above other LV properties and was so disappointed to have the experience we had. Coming from someone who has always sung the Wynns praises when it comes to service and rooms/room cleanliness I was extremely underwhelmed and disheartened after this poor experience pretty much across the board. Anytime I am at the Wynn I have been sad to go and wish I could extend the stay, this time however, I couldn’t get out of there fast enough.

    Sep 15, 2023
  • 1.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Disgustingly Poor Customer Service

    My boyfriend and I stayed at the Wynn over labour day weekend. The hotel and room itself was well equipped with great views and the main entrance/lobby is truly beautiful to walk through. We would rate 5 starts if not for the terrible and complete lack of customer service… On the second night of our stay, I unfortunately stubbed my toe on one of the chairs in the room which had a nail sticking out of it (a clear safety issue and not something you’d expect at a five star resort). This caused me to get a deep cut on my toe that bled profusely for almost an hour. We had called down shortly after the incident occurred for some bandaids and first aid staff to check on things. After a while, someone finally showed up with just bandaids. When asked about a first aid kit or trained staff member, she indicated she was only told to bring bandaids and if we wanted someone she could get someone to come up. Again after some time, someone did show up with a simple first aid kit and provided some gauze and cleaning wipes. Shortly after an incident investigator came to file a report of the issue & take some pictures of everything, then left. She followed up the next day via email with the incident report number and mentioned someone from Guest Claims would be in touch. At this point, no one had offered any apologies or empathy for the situation, offered anything in terms of help or complimentary things for our troubles. Everyone just seemed to brush it off as nothing, no responsibility was taken by the hotel or admission that this isn’t something that should have happened. We continued our stay only having one quick phone interaction with a guest claims advisor and a cleaning staff member offering her sympathy for the injury as well as a random entrance from a worker who was “here to take away the chair”. Upon checkout, we had asked what was the process for a situation like this and if anything would be comp’d from our stay? They said nothing could be done by the front desk staff and that it would be handled by the guest claims department. They assured us that they are more than accommodating for situations like this….. Not the case. Guest claims staff were useless, offered no real apology either, no solution and just “sorry for your disappointment, is there anything further you would like to discuss?” was the extent of our conversations. We were told they will not be offering anything in terms of compensation for the injury when we spoke with the advisor and her manager. No accountability was taken by the hotel, we understand ourselves that a stubbed toe is one thing but you wouldn’t expect defective furniture with a nail sticking out of it to be in the hotel room. If there was, you would expect the decent thing of any establishment would be to at least take care of the person. We were advised by our medical friends to get a tetanus shot at the local CVS or Walgreens ($75usd) in case of infection. This was not reimbursed by the hotel either. All in all, the way the situation was handled by the hotel staff was extremely disappointing and quite frankly, disgusting. There was a complete lack of empathy and human decency on the part of the hotel, for an injury that should never have happened. Also thank you Jason the Guest Claims manager, for calling my boyfriend a liar when we explained there was no apology or empathy offered to myself for the injury and inconvenience throughout our stay… you truly are a staple of customer service and should be exemplified for your services.

    Sep 12, 2023