Encore Las Vegas
Just north of the Wynn Hotel and Casino on Las Vegas Boulevard, the Wynn Encore echoes the look of Wynn inside and out with a shimmering, curved glass façade and a classic interior done in bold reds. Sometimes more of a good thing is just what's called for. Both Wynn and Wynn Encore challenge the idea that free, glitzy entertainment outside must be present to lure passers-by in. The newer concept behind these hotel casinos is to invite guests in and then let them see exactly what there is to see. After all, most people who stop to watch the free Bellagio fountains performance probably just keep on walking.
With over 2,000 Encore suites measuring in at a comfortable 700 square feet each, the Encore Las Vegas is designed for guests who want a comfortable and luxurious stay. If you don't want an upscale room with all the trimmings (or you don't want to pay for it) look elsewhere. If what you seek is a VIP experience, try an Encore VIP suite featuring a two-story layout and 5,800 square feet of space. The suites at the Encore Hotel Las Vegas have a multiple-room layout with a large-screen, flat panel television that swivels to face into the sleeping or living areas. Amenities and décor in the Encore suites are top of the line to ensure that the Encore Hotel Las Vegas parallels Wynn's high standards and outstanding service.
Of course, the Encore Las Vegas is not only created for sleep, but also for play. The casino covers 72,000 square feet. A number of fine dining experiences are available, as is an array of shops and boutiques. Bars and lounges ensure space for casual nightlife, while chic Encore nightclub options splash onto the Vegas scene. Few other Vegas resorts challenge the Wynn for style and presentation and this is sure to leak over into the nightclub experience at the Encore Hotel Las Vegas. When you are done playing, try a relaxation session in the fabulous Encore pool or spa.
Aside from Wynn, the Wynn Encore is located close to several other Vegas hotspots. Just across the street is Fashion Show Mall, a great destination for shopping or dining. Several delicious restaurants line the front of the Mall just along the Strip, providing a lovely outdoor view of the Wynn, Wynn Encore, and Las Vegas Boulevard. Just a short walk away are Treasure Island and the Mirage with more dining and nightlife options as well as excellent shows to see at each.
With a range of amenities and a fine attention to detail, the Encore is sure to please even the pickiest of guests planning a trip to Las Vegas.
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