Wynn Palace : Fountain View King Suite - The MacauTripping Review 2017
Wynn Does Cotai And Does It Wow
The hotel tower is a variation on the tri-wing hotel construction, but here with two tri-wing spokes with one wing connecting them both. I like to call this the dual chicken foot. To better understand this, I've created a little diagram of the hotel layout and how the elevator landings, fit with the elevator lounge and the rotunda which connects the wings to each other.
Immediately upon exiting the elevator landing, you are greeted by a large "lift lobby", a with luxurious oval shaped couch. This is a great place to congregate, stop for last minute adjustments or just to take a load off and gather your thoughts. The elevator landings picture above are located just through those doors on the far left. The window, in this case, peers northward towards Macau University and the Macau International Airport.
This is the entry of the lift lobby as seen from the rotunda. We're going forwards but looking backwards.
We're at the mouth of the main hallway, looking north at the lift lobby, with entrances to the two hotel spokes on either side. It is difficult to tell in this photo the scale of everything... the rotunda and all hotel corridors have high ceilings and wide hallways, giving the entire affair a feeling of grand luxuriousness. You will not be boxed in by housekeeping carts or forgotten room service trays. In Macau, you seldom see any room service trays in the hallways as they usually return to the room to retrieve carts within hours after food is delivered. The housekeeping carts at Wynn Palace are tall, draped in fabric and are motorized.