Wynn Macau : The MacauTripping Review 2016
The Wynn Tower Deluxe Room
The room was exceedingly comfortable, a reminder of the excellent build quality and furnishings that appear in all Wynn hotels.
I’ve been a huge fan of the Wynn bed and bedding since it debuted in 2005, having even purchased that stuff to sleep on at home. Chuck had mentioned in the run-up that he felt like the beds from his last trip were consistently harder than in the US. I didn’t notice much of a difference and either way, the bed at Wynn Macau was exceedingly comfortable. I consistently passed out just moments after laying down.
One of the things I appreciated about Wynn Macau over most of my other hotels on the trip was the ease of access to room controls - lights, drapes, etc... Like in Las Vegas, they have a little gizmo (tablet in this case) on each side of the bed to control all that stuff. To my eye it looked like a newer version of the controls in other hotels (Encore LV v1.0, Wynn LV 2010 refresh v2.0, Wynn Macau v3.0). I was surprised that Chuck’s room in the Encore tower had the older box (similar to Encore Las Vegas). I never had any trouble getting things set the way that I wanted, in contrast to places like the Conrad at Sands Cotai Central, where I had to hunt for light switches all over the room each night (or places like Aria where that thing never works for me).