Since first opening back in 2005, Wynn Las Vegas
has been a favorite among Las Vegas'
well-heeled whalers, golf aficionados, and those discerning travelers who demand nothing but the best. While the luxury resort already boasts some of the finest guestrooms and suites on the strip, the property has recently undergone renovations to its entire collection of resort rooms and suites.
The recently unveiled rooms, designed by Roger Thomas, Executive Vice President of Design for Wynn
Design and Development, feature several upgrades, including rich new wallpaper, carpets, chairs, couches and lamps throughout. The renovation project encompasses all guestrooms and suites and is slated to continue through early 2011.
"While we have always designed our guest accommodations to be residential, this line is so luxurious and so beautiful, I could take it home with me! This is the way I live," said Thomas, who has designed guestrooms for Steve Wynn for 30 years.
Draped in natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows and accented by an array of contemporary furnishings and fabrics, the Resort Deluxe rooms offer a modern update to the Wynn's classic Resort Room. The beautifully appointed 640-square-foot Resort Deluxe is equipped with additional advance technologies, including remote controlled lighting, drapery and room service messaging. Resort guests have the option of selecting either one king bed or two double beds, and depending on preference, can choose a room overlooking either the resort's own 19-hole golf course or the Las Vegas strip, or better yet, a corner room, which offers a panoramic view of both.
"Wynn has been open for just over five years, and we felt it was time to do more than just refresh the rooms, but to really give them a completely different feel," said Wynn Las Vegas and Encore President Andrew Pascal.
"The new rooms are fresh and crisp and light; they are incredibly uplifting."