Wynn Las Vegas

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Wynn Las Vegas
Wynn Las Vegas building
Location United StatesUnited States Las Vegas
opening April 28, 2005
room 2,716
Casino area 10,300 m²
Shows Le Rêve
owner Wynn Resorts Limited
Website http://www.wynnlasvegas.com/

The Wynn Las Vegas is a hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip in the US state of Nevada . The luxury hotel , which opened in 2005, was named after real estate mogul Steve Wynn .


On April 28, 2005, Steve Wynn opened the hitherto most expensive hotel in the world with construction costs of around 2.7 billion US dollars (2.1 billion euros ). Already at the turn of the millennium, Wynn, who was financially troubled at the time, began planning and bought the renowned Hotel Desert Inn , which was in need of renovation . With 2,716 rooms, the Wynn is well behind the largest hotels in Las Vegas, the MGM (5,000 rooms), the Bellagio (just under 4,000) or the Luxor (4,400). You can book units with 58 m² to suites of 650 m². With 50 floors, the Wynn is currently (2017) the fourth tallest hotel in Las Vegas . The property includes a 10,200 m² casino, a 12,000 m² lake, 18 restaurants and bars , 26 shops on 7,000 m², an art gallery and two wedding chapels. There is also a 20,700 m² conference center. It is the only hotel in Las Vegas with an 18-hole golf course .

The art collection from Wynns' private collection includes works by Édouard Manet , Andy Warhol , Vincent van Gogh , Paul Cézanne , and Paul Gauguin, Pablo Picasso's masterpiece - Le Rêve . Contrary to the trend of previous hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, the Wynn has no attractions that can be admired from the street to attract visitors. The main attraction is the “Lake of Dreams”, an artificial lake onto which images are projected.

In-house shows - theater productions

Wynn golf course

In the hotel there are various nightclubs as well as an elaborate theater production, the water revue Le Rêve (French: "The Dream") specially designed for the hotel . This was produced by the former director of Cirque du Soleil , Franco Dragone . Le Rêve is performed in a separate stage building with a large swimming pool, in which a mechanical underwater labyrinth is installed. Under the 35 meter high dome, the troupe performs artistry in front of changing stage effects.

The second theater was played by entertainer Danny Gans , who died in May 2009. The other previous productions were Avenue Q and Spamalot .


In addition to the previous Wynn complex, another hotel building, Encore Suites at Wynn Las Vegas with an attached casino was built. It opened in December 2008 and is similar to its sister hotel.

Expansion projects

Paradise Park Lagoon

In 2016, Wynn announced plans to expand the facility. On the site of the golf course south of the hotels, the artificial lagoon landscape called "Paradise Park" was to be created with another hotel, casino and restaurant. In 2018, Wynn abandoned the project and restored the golf course. Only the planned expansion of the congress center was completed.

Web links

Commons : Wynn Las Vegas  - Collection of Images

Individual evidence

  1. Wynn Las Vegas | Pressroom: Wynn Resorts Announces Plans for Resort Expansion. Retrieved April 13, 2020 .
  2. Thomas Moore: Construction to start on Wynn's Paradise Park in the spring - VEGAS INC. October 26, 2017, accessed April 13, 2020 .
  3. ^ Wynn Las Vegas abandoning Paradise Park lagoon project. In: Las Vegas Review-Journal. November 7, 2018, accessed April 13, 2020 (American English).
  4. Expanded Convention Center reopens in Las Vegas. February 18, 2020, accessed on April 13, 2020 .

Coordinates: 36 ° 7 ′ 36 ″  N , 115 ° 9 ′ 56 ″  W.