Wynn Las Vegas and Encore
Wynn Las Vegas and Encore are two extraordinary, award-winning hotels within the same sprawling resort complex. As sister properties, they offer remarkable shared amenities and indulgences so you can experience two luxury hotels for the price of one. From famous casinos, Michelin-starred dining, stylish guestrooms, and world-class spas to exclusive shopping, incredible pool areas, exciting nightclubs, and legendary entertainment, these hotels provide a Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star luxury experience and Vegas at its best.
- Dine at one of the many Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurants and the Michelin-starred Wing Lei
- Slip between ultra-luxury, 507 thread-count bedsheets in one of Wynn’s 2,716 guestrooms and suites or Encore’s 2,034 guestrooms and suites
- Refresh with a Four Hands massage at one of the two Forbes Five-Star spas
- Play craps and blackjack poolside for a novel gaming experience
- Work out at the gym, tee up at the golf course, and see top shows like Le Rêve in a stunning aqua theater-in-the-round
- Improve your culinary skills with a masterclass workshop from celebrated chefs
- Play by day at the Encore Beach Club and into the night at chic bars and nightclubs
For exclusive shopping and luxury goods, visit one of the esplanades — as well as Wynn Plaza — where some of the top brands offer unique retail experiences and products that can’t be bought anywhere else in the world. Stores such as Bijan sell pieces designed exclusively for Wynn, while in Louis Vuitton you can buy a special, hand-stamped LV poker set.
As a testament to the quality of accommodations and amenities, Wynn Resorts has more Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star awards than any other independent hotel company worldwide. Choose from a wide range of stylish guestrooms, suites, and apartments ( 2,716 at Wynn Las Vegas and 2,035 at Encore), some with private massage rooms, butler's pantries, and wet bars.
Wynn Tower Suites offer separate entry and exclusive pool access. Encore Tower Suites provide the comfort of a residential apartment with resort service through VIP concierges, a private entrance, remote-controlled lighting, and in-room massages. Try the Wynn Panoramic Corner suite and Encore Three-Bedroom Duplex for the ultimate in luxury.
Service is as exceptional as the accommodations and amenities. Check in with your attentive concierge the moment you arrive, if not before, and they will set up your whole stay, from booking you a last-minute table at Andrea’s to securing you VIP, queue-jump tickets to XS.
With a generous number of award-winning eateries available throughout Wynn Las Vegas and Encore, you are sure to please your palate and your standards of quality and taste. Casual fare is also readily available, from Asian cuisine at Red 8 to American classics at Charlie’s Bar + Grill.
Fine dining restaurants include:
Andrea’s – Modern Asian-style cuisine is on the menu here. Enjoy the lively atmosphere and Encore Beach Club views while dining on delicious cuisine such as five-spice lobster or Wagyu short rib with pineapple fried rice.
Costa di Mare – Sit outside in a booth by the lagoon and dine on fine Mediterranean seafood dishes like whole-roasted turbot or handmade cuttlefish ink ribbon pasta with shrimp and lobster.
Lakeside – Set by the Lake of Dreams, Lakeside specializes in "ocean-to-table" fish from Hawaii and prime-aged steaks. While you dine, watch the vivid, nightly music and imagery shows projected onto the lake.
Mizumi – Located by Wynn’s Japanese gardens with their 90-foot waterfall and koi pond, this Japanese-style eatery serves sushi, sashimi, and teppanyaki.
Sinatra – Paying homage to Frank Sinatra, this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant serves Italian classics, including personal favorites of the famous 20th-century crooner.
SW Steakhouse – While overlooking the beautiful Lake of Dreams, taste exquisite cuts of meat, such as the chili-rubbed double rib-eye steak (featured on the Food Network’s "Best Thing I Ever Ate").
Tableau – This American-style breakfast joint is the perfect way to start your day, with Light Fare options including Bircher Muesli and Steel Cut Irish Oatmeal, plus entrees like a Spanish Omelet, Western Frittata, and a Tableau Breakfast.
Wing Lei – Treat yourself to fine dining at the first Chinese restaurant in the States to win a Michelin star, and the only Forbes Five-Star award-winning Chinese restaurant in North America. Choose from dishes that include Peking duck, carved in the oriental-styled, gold-toned restaurant overlooking a private garden of 100-year-old pomegranate trees.
Casual dining restaurants include:
The Buffet – An extensive number of international bites are available from 15 live-action cooking stations, where you can also enjoy dinner and show pairings.
La Cave – Described as a wine and food hideaway, this retreat offers both intimate and open-air seating. Choose from tasty small plates, as well as from a wide-ranging wine list.
Red 8 – Stop by this casual restaurant that delivers a mix of Asian dishes from China, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam, including Hong Kong-Style Crispy Noodles and Curried Singapore Rice Vermicelli.
Allegro – For quintessentially Italian-American dishes made with the freshest ingredients — think Rigatoni and Meatballs and Wood Stone Margherita Pizza — Allegro is a must.
Terrace Pointe Café – Pop into this casual cafe for simple breakfast or lunch dishes, or pick up a sandwich or salad and order it to go.
Wazuzu – Pan-Asian flavors are the order of the day here, typified by specials like Wok Tossed Mongolian Beef, Black Pepper Filet Mignon, and Cantonese Sea Bass.
Jardin – Get amazing bites here, day and night, from Apple-Maple French Toast to the signature Jardin Burger (house-cured pork belly, tomato umami aioli, and cheddar cheese).
Charlie's Bar + Grill – Named after the famous casino Host Charlie Meyerson, this colorful bar and grill is the stomping ground of sports fans with a penchant for hearty American food.
The Café – Grab some coffee to either wake you up in the morning or for a quick shot of energy in the afternoon at this charming cafe. Open 24/7, it also serves a range of sandwiches, salads, and desserts.
Goodies on Demand – The name says it all: Goodies on Demand is home to a wide range of treats to eat at the marketplace or on the go — the packaging is specially designed with mobility in mind.
With so much under one roof, you may find it difficult to justify leaving Wynn Las Vegas and Encore. From golf, shopping, spa treatments, and dining to clubs and entertainment that draw people from all over the world, get ready to get busy with all of your options.
On-site excitement includes:
- Gaming in the resort’s enormous casino — which resembles a grand conservatory with giant leafy plants
- Lounging in your cabana at the Encore Beach Club or the array of pools
- Shopping in the resort’s respective esplanades, lined with luxury international brands, where exclusivity is prominent — the Manolo Blahnik store is the only one of its kind outside of Manhattan
- Dancing at two onsite nightclubs, XS (called “the hottest nightclub in the world”) and Intrigue, with its stunning interiors and breathtaking waterfall and pyrotechnics show
- Enjoying a show or cultural evening, with Le Rêve – The Dream, a show of dramatic acrobatics, music, and lights
- Forgetting all your troubles at Encore Beach Club, Las Vegas’ premier day club featuring 26 cabanas, bungalows with private pools, a gaming pavilion, and DJ entertainment
- Partaking in a visual feast with Lake of Dreams, a nightly show with water, music, and lights unlike anything on the Strip
Attractions near Wynn Las Vegas and Encore include the Las Vegas Strip with a myriad of world-class dining and entertainment, Red Rock Canyon, Little Chapel of the Flowers, Cowboy Trail Rides, The Mob Museum, Hoover Dam, helicopter tours, Las Vegas Springs Preserve, and The Neon Museum.
Wynn Las Vegas and Encore
Las Vegas, Nevada, is known for gambling, entertainment, giltz, and glamour. Wynn Las Vegas and Encore are at the heart of it all at the north end of “the Strip,” ideally located among the action, yet set apart at a serene retreat. The famous Las Vegas Boulevard is just five minutes in a cab or the resorts’ limo.
McCarren International Airport is 3 mi / 5 km away.
The hotel is a quick, six-minute drive from the Las Vegas Convention Center.