3 Reasons Wynn Las Vegas and Encore is Still the Best Hotel in Sin City
PHOTO: The Wynn Las Vegas and Encore. (Photo courtesy of Wynn Resorts Ltd.)
For the 10th consecutive year, Wynn Las Vegas and Encore were named the Best Hotel in Las Vegas by Conde Nast Traveler readers.
More than 300,000 travelers participated in the 29th annual Readers' Choice Awards by Conde Nast Traveler, so it's clear the five-star hotel isn't simply popular among a select few.
"We are grateful to receive such remarkable recognition from our guests," said Wynn Las Vegas and Encore president Maurice Wooden in a statement. "We remain committed to providing our guests with an unforgettable experience at our resort during every moment of their stay with us."
Here, we'll examine several key reasons the Wynn Las Vegas and Encore continues to hold down the top spot.
Combined, the Wynn Las Vegas and Encore boast more than 180,000 square feet of casino space. So, whether you're looking to play poker or wager on upcoming sporting events, there's no shortage of places to do it.
Not sure what you want to do? Head over to the Encore Players Lounge where you can grab a drink, watch the games, shoot some pool and try your hand at blackjack.
Guests can also play Wynn Mobile Sports from the comfort of their guestroom or anywhere in the state of Nevada.
Endless Food & Beverage Choices
Guests staying at the Wynn Las Vegas and Encore aren't limited to one lobby restaurant or bar. If anything, guests may struggle to choose from more than a dozen dining options that are available.
Wynn Las Vegas boasts 14 casual and fine dining restaurants alone, while Encore features five restaurants of its own. The restaurants are complemented by a handful of nightlife experiences, and both property's amenities are easily accessible from the other!
Perhaps most importantly, together, the two properties possess more Forbes Travel Guide award-winning restaurants than any other resort on the continent.
The pools at Wynn Las Vegas and Encore are not only temperature-controlled, but adults-only as well, so guests won't have to worry about screaming kids while they unwind under the sun.
Topless sunbathing is allowed, private luxury cabanas are available and multiple Jacuzzi spas are also on-site.
Down the road there, could be even more reasons to love the Wynn Las Vegas and Encore. Earlier this year, Wynn Resorts revealed plans to construct a 38-acre lagoon complete with a beach and boardwalk. The project, known as Wynn Paradise Park, would also include a 1,000-room hotel tower, a small casino and hundreds of thousands of meeting and event space, among other features.
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