Vegas Part I, The Setting

August 20, 2012 § Leave a comment

Sometimes I judge my hotel room by the bathroom. That’s where I spend most of my time in the room anyway besides sleeping! If I’m not getting ready to head out on the town, hopefully I’m already out there. In the case of the Wynn, Las Vegas, if all other signs didn’t point to over-the-top luxury (which they did), the bathroom sealed the deal.

It’s a 10 in my book

Staying at the Wynn is a two-for-one deal since its sister hotel, The Encore, is right next door and the restaurants and pools are all accessible to both guests.

There were beautiful indoor gardens with enormous rose balls hanging and twinkling lights. The sky shines through the glass above.

I am a novice gambler so even more than playing the tables, I just enjoyed people watching. Visitors run the gamut- families, old, young, foreign, american, bathing suits, cocktail dresses. Anything goes.

Only picture taken at a casino EVER. We had a very lucky roll to commemorate.

The high rollers get special rooms. Greeted by peacocks with glass tail feathers that light up. NBD

If gambling ain’t your thang, there are plenty of other ways to lose your money. Six pools in total (some even with swim-up casinos, if you want the best of both worlds), spas and high end shopping to rival Rodeo Drive. The spa at the Wynn was under construction so we headed over to the Encore which was voted one of the most beautiful by Forbes Magazine.

The spa was one amazing lounge after another inviting you to hang out in your robe and be pampered with amazing treatments, steam rooms, saunas, waterfall showers, jacuzzi, cold plunge, etc. I could spend a week in there alone

A gal could get used to this place!

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