Wynn Las Vegas
Wynn Las Vegas
The Wynn is like the Cadillac of the Strip hotel-casinos, and we mean that in the nicest possible way. It’s total luxury (flat screens in the rooms and the bathrooms – and the fluffiest towels this side of a Charmin commercial). And, yes, the clientele runs a little older, but that’s because most frat kids can’t shell out $300 a night. So what this place lacks in budget accommodations, it more than makes up for in opulence and cougars.... er, more sophisticated patrons. The Wynn distinguishes itself by being a little more “aloof” than its competitors, meaning there’s little in the way of bright lights and noise to recommend it from the street, but your party would be well served venturing behind the tree-lined façade to check out one of Vegas’ classiest spots. Add a topless pool and a Ferrari showroom and you’ve got a pretty unique Vegas experience for the Bachelor to enjoy.
Do NOT get plastered and stumble into La Reve, unless homoerotic theater is your thing (which is fine).
Clubs/bars on premises? XS (located in the Encore), Blush, Tryst, Surrender (located in the Encore)
Best Feature: The cabanas at the beach club: fridges, flat screens, comfy sofas, great service, and good music. Oh, and XBOX 360s.
Pool scene?: The Wynn itself has three large pool areas (all pretty mellow, i.e. no bumping house music), and you may be tempted to check out the adjoining Encore’s “European Pool,” which allows for topless sunbathing, or its 60,000 square-foot beach club, which often results in bottomless drinking.
Nearby Eats: SW Steakhouse, Bartolotta di Mare, Corsa Cucina, Country Club Grill, Okada, Red 8, Tableau, Terrace Pointe Café, Wing Lei, Wynn Buffet