Vegas casinos serve free drinks to gamblers, but the Wynn does it best, with free mojitos and brand name tequila. Just remember to tip the waiter a dollar a drink to keep them coming!
Wynn Las Vegas, often known simply as Wynn, is a luxurious hotel and casino found on the Las Vegas Strip. It cost $2.7 billion dollars to create, so you know the kind of treatment you will receive: no expense is too great. The resort has earned its stripes, with five star ratings from just about everyone, and a Michelin star for its restaurant Wing Lei. It actually made Forbes Award history by earning five-star ratings in every category - Hotel, Restaurant, and Spa - for two years running.
For those who haven’t been to Vegas or Dubai before, it’s really difficult to imagine just how madly decadent Wynn is. Among its many ridiculous and extravagant features are the automatic window washing system - the first high-rise to use it - and the Ferrari-Masterati car dealership that is literally in the casino. There is also a night club called Intrigue, which recently replaced the previous one called Tryst, which is famous for having a 27 metre waterfall and lagoon in the middle of the club.
Aside from that, the resort includes scenic gardens, a manmade mountain, a three-acre lake, and a golf course. The casino is, of course, gleaming and endless. There are 1,900 slots, a 26-table poker room, a lounge for race and sports betting and a full slate of table games. You’ll be dizzied by the slick speed of the dealers.
The resort also puts on productions. In the past it has shown Monty Python’s Spamalot, the Tony Award-winning musical based on everyone’s favourite Monty Python and the Holy Grail, and Le Rêve, the stunning aerial acrobatic of which take place in a 1 million gallon water-oriented theatre… welcome to Las Vegas.
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