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Wynn Macau 永利娛樂場

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Quick Take:

Bringing luxury, artistic sensibility and a playful elegance, Wynn Macau has become the centerpiece downtown Macau's resort explosion. Wynn Macau - and its sister property Encore Macau - offer guests exceptional dining, shopping, spa, hotel and casino services along with luxurious, friendly service.

Policies:

Check In: 3:00pm
Check Out: 12:00pm
Deposit: First night charge
Resort Fee: No
Comp Club: Red Card
Drink Service: Awesome

What You Need To Know:

Wynn Macau and its sister property Encore Macau raised the bar for Macau casino resorts upon opening in 2006. Both hotels feature exceptional hospitality, dining, shopping and gambling, with Wynn Macau focusing every so slightly more on the mass market than the super-luxurious Encore.

From the first steps inside, guests will notice that resorts are explosions of art and creativity. From ancient sculptures, embroidered tapestries, modern paintings to the stunning decor by legendary Wynn interior designer Roger Thomas, Wynn Macau is truly a feast for the senses. From the first stepping in the lobby, to sliding into a freshly turned down bed at the end of the day, Wynn Macau bathes guests in comfort.

Wynn Macau's 110,000 square foot casino equally luxurious and offers a full compliment of casino games and VIP gaming salons.

Location:

Wynn Macau is located in downtown Macau in the vicinity of several major casino resorts including, Casino Lisboa, Grand Lisboa, Galaxy StarWorld and MGM Grand Macau.

Nearby Hotels:

MGM Macau
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Grand Lisboa
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Galaxy StarWorld
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

» Map of Macau casinos

A Little History:

Groundbreaking for Wynn Macau's construction took place in June 2004 with a grand opening of Wynn Macau on September 6, 2006. Phase II of Wynn Macau - Encore Macau opened in 2010.


Hotel Rooms:

Wynn Macau features 600 rooms and suites situated in downtown Macau overlooking Nam Van Lake. The rooms at Wynn Macau are similar to the Resort tower rooms at Wynn Las Vegas only a bit larger. They feature a whole host of amenities including broadband internet, safe, minibar/snacks (fee), room service, business desk, tea service set, turndown service, laundry/shoeshine, roomy bathrooms, separate stand up shower and tub, make up vanity, robes & slippers and complimentary fruit basket upon check in. The service is fantastic, just what you would expect from Wynn.

Read our extensive photo review of the hotel rooms at Wynn Macau


Dining:

Wynn Macau currently offers five restaurants and a number of bars. More dining is available at sister property Encore Macau just steps away. Everything is good here.

Restaurants, Bars & Nightlife:


Resort:

In addition to its luxury hotels, restaurants and casino, Wynn Macau features a health club, pool and spa amenities as well as a large shopping Esplanade that is home to many high-end retailers including Bulgari, Chanel, Dior, Armani, Louis Vuitton, Piaget, Prada, Tiffany, Fendi and more.



The Casino:

Wynn Macau's casino has an interesting design that foregoes the usual football field of slots and tables concept in favor of nesting many smaller gaming salons inside of a larger casino floor. These salons are cordoned off by small pillars and other architectural separators that keep foot traffic inside of the walkways, eliminate traffic jams, lower the overall volume level, and provide a delicate and intimate gaming experience. Wynn Macau's casino is an intelligent combination of large casino layout with salon style gaming vibes. Excellent.

Casino Games Offered:

Baccarat, Blackjack, Roulette, Sic Bo, Caribbean Stud, Video Slots, Video Poker. There are no spinning reel slot machines in Wynn Macau (ok there's like 5 of em - good luck finding them.)

» Casino Game Strategy Guide

Comps & Perks:

Sign up for a Wynn Macau Red Card over by the miniature gift shop and you'll get comps based on your level and quantity of play. It should be noted that Wynn Las Vegas Red Cards do NOT work at Wynn Macau... you need to sign up for a new one so don't forget your passport.




Reader Ratings and Reviews of Wynn Macau:

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★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

You can't go wrong at Wynn Macau. Great rooms, great service, great restaurants and a fabulous casino. Wynn Macau is an oasis in the madness that is Macau. Encore only makes it better. I need a hero!

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Haven't stayed here, but have played here.

Table mins for BJ start at 100HKD (lower than the Venetian!!) and they allow you to resplit aces (so house edge is 0.1%!!!). If you nag you can get some free drinks too.

Nice atmosphere. Feels a bit pretentious, but in a good way. Probably the highest quality casino in Macau, overall.

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Very nice for Macau when I was there last a year ago. Hotel seemed nice, and nothing to add beyond what is said here other to say they got a nice little cigar shop in the Wynn giftshop.

They have had starts and stop trying to introduce a nightclub. Like most of Macau do not expect much and you will be happy when you get there.

My major complaint here is drink service. Comm'on Steve give me something other than tea and bottled water served by women who looked like the served along side Mao himself. You supposed to be the class of Vegas for god sakes.

A nice thing I can say is they do a good job at restraining, but not controlling the clientele. Its my favorite place to play since the locals are eager, but not down right depressingly desperate or stoic like across the street at the Grand Lisboa or wild and chaotic like Macau was in the old days.

Place is still very nice, but the casino expansion last year has forced me to conclude the life has been sucked out of the place. The place lacks energy.

Oh...one thing I never have mentioned before, take points away for the most annoying and incessant promotion's playing over speakers, either casino wide or at various places in the casino.

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

I stayed here in October 07 - I have never stayed at the Wynn in Vegas, so was very keen to experience the Wynn in Macau. The building is a mini Wynn Vegas, with a Mini Bellagio fountain display (but still very enjoyable). The entrance is stunning as you can see right through to the pool area past two stunning camels.The reception was quick and easy. Our room was beautiful with the most comfortable bed we have ever had the pleasure to sleep on, massive comfy pillows!The service is stunning with the turn down service putting slippers by your bed and a wynn branded chocolate on your bedside table - nice.Foodwise we only ate in the cafe and the quality was lacking compared to Vegas.The shops were a class (or two) above my wallet! but very nice.The pool and the poolside service were both excellent. The pool is small by Vegas standards but that did not matter as the Chinese don't seem to swim, so it was only a few Aussies and us brits.The gambling area is very spread out, and oozes quality, however I did not have winning session (oh well).We really enjoyed our few days at the Wynn and would recommend it to anyone. Also Macau is a great place to visit Chinese with a European feel and they are very friendly people.