Vegas   Macau   AC   Reno   |   Board   Photos

The Fountain Parlor Suite at Wynn Palace

An Extra Layer of Luxury

The VIP lounge features a convenient backdoor path to the upper-floor elevators.

Wynn Palace Parlor Suite Review 2017 VIP 3

Wynn Palace Parlor Suite Review 2017 VIP 4

And they are some exceptionally beautiful elevators.

Wynn Palace Parlor Suite Review 2017 Elevator 1

Wynn Palace Parlor Suite Review 2017 Elevator 2

Every floor requires key access before being activated.

Wynn Palace Parlor Suite Review 2017 Elevator 3

(A side note: like most casinos in Macau, an enormous amount of space is dedicated to private gaming. The top floor of Palace features only four Penthouses, incredible high limits salons overlooking the fountains, and the outdoor Sky Garden facing the airport. One evening, I shared the lift with a butler and asked if she could show me the top floor. She was kind enough on the promise that I not take photos. The hallways and private gaming spaces are jaw-droppingly extravagant, but I would assume that the logistics of placing a Bellagio conservatory-style botanical garden on the roof of a hotel would be impossible; while impressive, the Sky Garden is just a few palms, some fake grass, and chairs for players to take a smoke break and unwind.)

Jump To Comments


More Featured News, Reviews & Interviews:


Comments & Discussion

That entryway, my god

Bravo: Great review, Mike. Thanks for sharing your experience of this stunning suite.

Did you find the curtains rather disappointing? That seemed to be most out of place element IMO. That bathroom is simply stunning...

Wow, just wow.

Gorgeous pool table.

No bidet? God Mike, stunning. Thanks for the review!

I can't decide which is better, Mike's photos or his prose. What magnificent images and word pictures. Love it.

Thank you all for the kind words!

@mctrees The rooms at Palace, particularly anything in beige, just doesn't photograph as well. While I tried to capture the juxtaposition of textures as best as I could, nothing beats living within the design (obviously). The curtains are certainly the case. While in residence, there was little if anything I'd change about the room. Having said that, checking out of Palace and into the darker, more masculine tones of a one-bedroom suite at Wynn Macau my last two nights was a welcome change.

What detroit1051 said!!!

Wonderful review and pics. So so appreciative!
BTW is your avatar Jim Murren?

Leave a Comment:

Welcome back !