Wynn Macau : The MacauTripping Review 2016
The Wynn Tower Deluxe Room
I was traveling with a bunch of electronics - phone, tablet, Apple Watch, and a laptop. All of Apple’s chargers support the higher voltage natively but of course none of the plugs match. I had brought along adapters so that wasn’t an issue but I was thankful for plentiful outlets. In addition to that, the room included a black charger pad about the size of a magazine that featured connectors for all the most popular phones - even a traveler that didn’t plan ahead could get topped off. Nice.
The turndown service put little cable ties on my myriad Lightning cables each night. This amused me to no end.
I had no problems getting connected to the Internet via their Wi-Fi and it was extremely fast - no issues streaming TV shows from US-based apps over my VPN. Their Internet speeds from halfway around the world were better than most Vegas hotels.
The entertainment center contained an array of snacks, airline bottles of alcohol, beer, wine, water, soft drinks and a tea set with electric kettle.
The snacks are branded similarly to Wynn Las Vegas properties, but feature Asian snack items in addition to nuts and American sweets - prawn crackers, almond cookies, egg rolls, dried mangoes and dried cuttlefish.
The minibar featured two bars of Cafe-Tasse Belgian chocolate, Martell Cordon Bleu Cognac, Absolut Citron, Absolut, Bombay Sapphire, Jack Daniel's, Macallan Scotch. On the lower shelf, Moet Chandon Champagne, Bouchard Pere & Fils Bourgone wine, Pocari Sweat (water), Starbucks bottled Frappucino and Nestea.
The shelves contain Bluebird Orange and Apple Juice, Sprite, Coca-Cola and Coca Cola Light (Diet Coke), Fiji water, Red Bull, Perrier, Tsingtao (China) and Heineken (Holland) beer.