Wynn Las Vegas Lobby

The Wynn is an interesting hotel in the fact that when you enter, you aren’t immediately dumped into a casino. Many Strip hotels offer beautiful grand entrances but as soon as you open the doors, you are faced with slot machines instead of a front desk. However, at the Wynn the grand entrance is neither a casino nor a front desk. Instead you will walk through a beautiful garden complete with skylight. The professionally sculpted trees which are covered in sparkling white lights and decorated with shining mirrored balls separate to make a walk way to the grand hotel and casino that lies just ahead. As you look down you will notice the floor tiles. Sparkling mosaic tiles create flowers and other shrubbery keeping with the spring theme of the hotel.

One of the features that give Wynn Las Vegas a luxury feel is the way all of the décor in the hotel seems to flow together. This is a feature that many of the bigger hotels in Vegas can’t seem to pull off. In other words, the lobby at Wynn Las Vegas gives a hint as to what the guest rooms look like. Dark woods and gold accents match perfectly with the beauty you will find inside each of the guest rooms. One of the great things about the Wynn is that the check-in area is surprisingly quiet for a hotel of its size. This is partly due to the private check-in area for the Tower Suite guests.

When you reach the check-in area you will first notice the painting behind the counter. Steve Wynn loves art and it some of his favorite pieces are displayed throughout the hotel. Another nice detail of the registration area is that it is connected to an outdoor seating area right outside the Lake of Dreams. This is a great place to relax and watch the show for free. Many of the other good seats for the show come with dinner or at least a few pricey drinks.

Shining white floors and glass ceilings give you the feeling that you have arrived at the best hotel in Vegas. Although deciding which hotel is “the best” is certainly up for debate, The Wynn is one of the biggest and most expensive and Steven Wynn makes a point of letting you know this as soon as you arrive.