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.

Please note Valet Parking will only be available at the Wynn Tower Suites for the following guests: 

 • Tower Suites guests 

• Chairman’s Club guests 

• Private Access guests 

• VIP/Executive guests 

• Handicap/accessible guests 

 All other guests will be directed to the self-park garages. 


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

Property Information

Year Built: 2005
Floors: 50
Total rooms: 2716


Resort Details


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Hotel Advisories

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 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 Minimum valet parking fee of $35 per 24 hours will be charged for resort hotel guests and non-hotel guests. Valet parking is complimentary for Tower Suites guests. These fees are tiered by hourly increments and collected by the hotel at check in or check out. The fee amounts are subject to change without prior notice. The information published here is to notify the client there are additional fees for parking and the hotel can provide the hourly parking rates at check-in.
Advisory Please note the following changes to the pool operating hours. Tower “West” pool deck section will be closing for annual preventative maintenance. The European Pool will be available for all guests and opened to all ages. • Tower Suites Pool “West” – CLOSED • Resort Pool – CLOSED • European Pool – 10:00am-3:00pm *Pool will be opened to all ages* • Jacuzzi – CLOSED

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

Customer Ratings & Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

4.5 27253 reviews
  • 5.0 star tripadvisor rating
    The "Wynn" is gold !

    Staying at the Wynn is just a cut above all the others. The best restaurants, (although Venetian does have some good ones as well) . You just get a better experience here from the service to the clientele that stay here, it just makes for a great stay while in Vegas

    Jan 29, 2023
  • 1.0 star tripadvisor rating
    WYNN'S Remodeled Tower Suites.....A BIG NO!

    Wynn's Tower Suites were the best and so comfortable before renovation. The rooms seem smaller even though I have been told they didn't change the size. I guess whoever redesigned these rooms has an obsession with glass and mirrors and doesn't know how to design small spaces to make them seem larger.. Room has a very cold, uninviting feeling. This will be my first and last time to stay in Wynn's renovated Tower Suites, it's sad because I love the location. There is no space in the bathroom for your vanity bag, there is NO VANITY between the sinks. There are glass shelves in between the sinks with towels and amenities, if you are short you can't reach the towels and amenities on the top shelf, I'm 5'1". The sinks are taller and inset so it makes it hard to brush your teeth. Outlets, don't even get me started, there used to be desks in the room with outlets, now there is a oval table sticking out from the wall to the middle of the walk space with two outlets behind it. Another outlet in the hall between the closet door and bathroom door, very inconvenient, and using it could cause someone to trip. There are two outlets above the sink but no place to put the item you are plugging in except in the sink???? The room atmosphere is very cold and uninviting, and the decor is horrible, minimal. I tried to switch to a room that hadn't't been renovated but was told they renovated every room in the Tower Suite. Talking to housekeeping, room service and the VIP desk, I was told everyone is complaining about the Tower Suite Rooms. There are 5 glass shelves in the bathroom between the sinks, not much room in between each shelf. Plus there is a lot of glass and mirrors in the room, an accident waiting to happen. Wait until a drunk person falls against the shelves in the bedroom or bathroom, Also the AC keeps turning off, I set it on 65 and before I know it the AC has turned off and the temperature is back up to 74 degrees. The only good thing about this Tower Suite is Alexa, you can turn you lights on and off from bed. I have talked to several people staying in these rooms and we all say, these rooms must have been redesigned by a tall single man who knows nothing about what women need when staying in a hotel.! They aren't comfortable or handy for a woman! I travel to Vegas twice a month so I know most nicer different hotels on the strip and what is and isn't comfortable. WYNN'S scores a 1, for Alexa! Also, room service used to be fast, now your are on hold for 5 to 10 minutes to place your order. Wynn's has cut back on amenities in the room too.

    Jan 28, 2023
  • 3.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Beautiful suite, but that's all we liked.

    We had a three bedroom suite. The suite itself was beautiful, but there were some snags. Firstly, the bath leaked (it was about a third full and I had to use all our towels to soak it up) so I slipped and really hurt myself. They charge you for every little thing. Like $25 to bring some wine glasses up to your room and the toiletries in the bathrooms. Odd, when you're paying so much for a three bedroom suite. During winter, only one pool is open and there are no changing areas around the pool, so you have to walk back to your room still wearing your swimming costume. I was disappointed and would stay somewhere else next time.

    Jan 27, 2023
  • 4.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Beautiful suites, good restaurants, quieter atmosphere

    We moved to this hotel after staying at the Hilton Elara. My MIL is a frequent guest here who gets free rooms & to be closer to family, we stayed here too with our toddler and newborn. We got a suite room, and I swear this room was as big as our first apartment. The entry was large and had a coffee area. Our living room was around the corner so if there was hallway noise, we never heard it. The bedroom was large and comfy, and the bathroom was incredibly large -- the type of master bath everyone hopes to have in their home. The furniture throughout was beautiful and comfortable, and everything was well taken care of and unstained. The atmosphere is nice. Because it's off the strip, the lobby and casinos are not overly busy like the other hotels. The restaurants offer a variety of great foods, including my personal favorite, Urth Caffe. Valet staff were efficient and nice. Our three issues with the Wynn were: 1) the overwhelming fragrance they spray in the area of the koi ponds. It's too heavy and I found it sickening. I could taste it. 2) The outdoor hot tubs were closed, as were all but 1 pool, and that pool closed early. 3)My SIL was breastfeeding openly but discreetly under her jacket with the stroller parked in front of her to offer her privacy, to the side of the lobby. Apparently 2 older men were offended/disgusted and reported her to the check-in staff. The staff then told her she had to use an official cover or leave, and apparently it was said in a manner to shame and make her uncomfortable. First, its unbelievable the staff catered to these ignorant men, as they should have told them to not look in her direction. Second, and most importantly, it's state law that asking her to leave was illegal. She can legally openly breastfeed anywhere she wants.

    Jan 25, 2023
  • 5.0 star tripadvisor rating
    You can't go wrong with the Wynn

    You will enjoy your stay at the Wynn, Service is impeccable. I try to stay at the Wynn every time I come to Vegas. Our hotel room décor was different from what we usually get. Not sure if I liked it. It was much more masculine than the white rooms. Still the beds are out of this world! If your looking for a comfortable nights rest, you can't do any better than this. Food venues were delicious but make sure to make reservations ahead of time, other wise you will be standing in line for quite a long time. Pools are beautiful but not open during the time we were there. The grounds are always clean and beautiful. Make sure to catch the new show Awakening. It's a feast for the eyes. Beautiful scenery, colors and a stage that is unbelievable. One quick warning, there are new machines in the casino that charge your phone. Be careful when you put your phone on the charger. My brother had his phone stolen while he was playing. I'm not saying this only happens at the Wynn, because I have since heard many stories of the same thing happening in other casinos. Just be careful, it's enough to ruin your vacation.

    Jan 23, 2023
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