Encore at Wynn
Las Vegas, Nevada
Las Vegas’ ultimate casino resort, Encore at Wynn makes no concessions. If you want to impress, play the tables or just allow yourself to be swallowed up in total luxury, then Encore at Wynn is the hottest joint in town.
At a Glance
Sumptuous full-facility Las Vegas resort
Chic after-dark action in the casino and by the pool
Voted number one resort in Vegas by Conde Nast readers
Produces water-show spectacular Le Reve
Incredible fine dining
Dine at Lakeside Seafood by Chef David Walzog and watch the Lake of Dreams comes to life with whimsical entertainment nightly. It only happens in Las Vegas!Maudie Tomlinson
Walk through a colorful tableau of paper flower art on arrival at the WynnAnna Bleasdale
Stay at the Encore at Wynn over a weekend and enjoy the hip vibe at the very exclusive Beach ClubAnna Bleasdale
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Following legendary hotelier Steve Wynn’s creation of Las Vegas’ eponymous temple to sybaritic luxury, the 2.3-billion-dollar Encore at Wynn redefines the luxury concept for the twenty-first century. Located just north of Wynn Las Vegas and sharing its curved bronze exterior look, the smaller Encore at Wynn is even more luxurious, if that were possible, and has an eclectic design scheme that combines Greek and Moroccan touches, sunlit corridors with flower-filled atriums and sprawling pools, vibrant butterfly designs, signature mosaics and a great deal of red.
While they have a similar design aesthetic, rooms at Encore (a mere 2,034 suites) are even grander and huger than those at the Wynn, with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer dazzling views over downtown Las Vegas. The bedroom, with its engulfing Wynn Dream bed, is separated from a living room space by a partial wall and huge flat screen TV, and furnishings are contemporary with an opulent panache, and state-of-the-art, allowing you to operate everything from a single remote control that remembers your preferences. Bathrooms are marble palaces, filled with plush towelling and robes, and top-quality bath amenities.
The hotel is a virtual roll call of high-end facilities, with a 70,000-square-foot salon and spa, two pools, seven bars, the ultra chic XS nightclub which combines an after-dark pool party with a pulsating club atmosphere, and the uber-hip day-life Encore Beach Club. There are 11 designer boutiques, and five gourmet restaurants, ranging from the smartly contemporary Italian cuisine of Sinatra to the Asian delights of Wazuzu and the Switch Steakhouse with its grilled steaks and seafood. The pool area at the heart of the hotel is in the style of a European garden and is surrounded by Greek statues.
The sophisticated casino itself, which is separated by plantation screens, columns and drapes, to create salons where craps, blackjack and roulette are on offer, is almost an intimate space, and offers the chance to offset the costs of staying here, or more likely adding to them! As far as luxury is concerned, however, Las Vegas really doesn't get much better.
Encore at Wynn has 2,034 suites all equipped with the Wynn Dream bed, opulent furnishings, huge flat screen TVs, state-of-the-art technologies, and marble bathrooms filled with plush towelling and robes, and top-quality bath amenities.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Encore at Wynn but there are no specific child care facilities. Cribs and rollaway beds are available upon request.
Since its opening, the Wynn Encore has been hailed as the destination in Las Vegas, pampering guests in an intimate atmosphere. Guests of Encore can enjoy five signature restaurants, designer boutiques, a full service salon and spa, exciting pool areas, an 18-hole golf course and the chic nightclub XS and Surrender and the daylife hotspot Encore Beach Club.
Las Vegas is a vibrant, electric city known worldwide for its bright lights and casinos. There are thrill rides, sumptuous pool complexes with wave machines, multiple golf courses and incredible shopping, from designer boutiques to outlet stores. World-class entertainers such as Cirque du Soleil and Blue Man Group perform in the city, and if you can pull yourself away from all the fanciful fun, a helicopter ride to the Grand Canyon is a highlight of a trip to Vegas.
You can also be out in the desert within 30 minutes for a whole world of outdoor adventures, and driving out to Death Valley (on the Hwy 160, approx 2.5 hours) to explore the barren and harsh landscapes from the comfort of an air-conditioned car. Driving by sand dunes, craters and giant desert boulders and spotting desert wildlife make for a memorable day-trip. In the height of the summer, air-con is a must with temperatures reaching 49 degrees and its best to set off early. Entry to the park is $20 per car for a 7-day pass.
At Encore at Wynn you can enjoy your stay without worrying about the little details. The Concierge Staff will assist you with any request that you may have from car rental, limousine service, dining reservations and show tickets and more.
Self parking and complimentary valet parking service is available on arrival, gift baskets can be arranged for that special occasion, rooms are serviced twice daily and same-day laundry, dry cleaning and minor mending services are provided. There is also high-speed internet access and wireless connection in all guest rooms.
Location & Directions
Las Vegas, Nevada
Encore at Wynn is located on Las Vegas Boulevard and Sands Avenue (on the N.E. corner), directly across The Strip from the Fashion Show Mall, Las Vegas, Nevada.
When to go
Las Vegas has a desert climate with cool winters and extremely hot summers. The most pleasant seasons are spring and fall, especially if you want to experience the great outdoors.
Weekdays are slightly less crowded than weekends. Vacations are always a mob scene and come accompanied by high hotel prices. Hotel prices also skyrocket when big conventions and special events are taking place. The slowest times of year are June, July, and August; the week before Christmas; and the week after New Year's.