The Wynn Macau is a five-star hotel casino resort located on the Macau Peninsula in China. It is owned by Wynn Macau, Limited and is a sister hotel to Wynn Las Vegas. The hotel has been awarded five stars by both Mobil and Forbes.
Wynn Macau was opened for business in September 2006 roughly a year after Wynn Las Vegas began its operations. It was a sign of the resilience of its founder, Steve Wynn, who bounced back after his Mirage Resorts were sold to the competition due to a hostile take-over.
Steve Wynn and his design team went all out with their Macau project and its highlights include Louis Vuitton, Giorgio Armani and Versace boutiques in addition to eight restaurants and two spas.
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Furthermore, Wynn Macau is home to an art collection that appeals to many art lovers. While at the hotel lobby you will get to see 18th century Buccleuch Vases and Emperor on a Journey Tapestry. As you dine in the Wing Lei Chinese Restaurant you can feast your eyes on the imposing Crystal Dragon. And while catching up with friends at the Wynn Club you can view one of Louis Rigal’s masterpieces.
And it doesn’t end there; the casino resort completes its integrated resort theme with a meeting and weddings package that has a lot to offer. The hotel’s intention is to provide their clients with more than 21,000 square feet of meeting space which can be transformed to meet the clients’ specific needs.
For the Gamer
The casino at Wynn Macau never closes so you can drop by whenever you wish and win at their tables and poker rooms. The games on offer include the classic Baccarat, Blackjack, Roulette and Texas Hold’em. What’s more, the luxury that meets you in every corner of the resort follows you to the casino and you can look forward to sampling their private poker rooms and sky casino.
Once you’ve lined your pockets with some enviable winnings, it is time to celebrate with a couple of drinks without having to step out of the resort. Just make your way to Bar Cristal where the glassy deco is likely to make you want to pop some champagne. And if your night is still young then you can sample the two remaining night-spots: Cinnebar and Wing Lei Lounge.
Still Going Strong
In 2014, a new tower (Encore) was added to the already existing Wynn Macau tower. This brought the total number of rooms available at the casino resort to 1,008 and increased the casino space to about 280,000 square feet.
Furthermore, 2015 brought record breaking awards to Wynn Macau with its hotels, restaurants and spas receiving five-star awards from Forbes. As expected, the hotel casino isn’t about to stop impressing and is looking to introduce a new casino resort to Macau: Wynn Palace.
In further attempts to woo non-gambling locals Wynn Macau holds occasional promotions that see participants enjoy somewhat subsidized prices from participating outlets within the resort.