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Admit it. There's just something glamorous about staying at hotels -- well, certain hotels. And in the Entertainment Capital of the World, none is more revered for luxury and unsurpassed service than Wynn Las Vegas.From the moment you arrive and check in, it's like you've entered an exclusive place and gained "status"...the kind normally reserved for stars, Fortune 500 executives and famous personalities. Maybe you already are one? If not, no worries, because you will be here.As we were saying, Wynn Las Vegas is counted among the finest hotels in the world. It was built and is managed by casino mogul Steve Wynn -- hence the name. And this man knows everything about the world of hospitality, including how to provide one-of-a-kind experiences that are sure to exceed your expectations.You'll easily spot Wynn Las Vegas (and its sister property Encore) in the cityscape. Located just north of the heart of the Las Vegas Strip and across from the popular Fashion Show mall, they look like two towering bronze palaces. Throughout both properties you'll discover a unique fusion of modern architecture and interior design with nature.For example, at the front of Wynn Las Vegas there's a gigantic mountain and behind it sits the magical Lake of Dreams, which features a free nightly light, music and multimedia show. (Don't be surprised if a giant animatronic frog suddenly appears and sings to you.)Situated near the lobby is a breathtakingly beautiful indoor atrium, where skylights create a warm, luminous atmosphere and flowers abound. (Check out two incredible floral installations of a carousel and a hot air balloon here.) Lagoons, waterfalls and terraced landscapes add to the tranquil environment. Plus, there's an 18-hole golf course designed by world-famous architect Tom Fazio and Wynn himself behind the resort that boasts waterfalls, streams and a forest of trees.It won't surprise you that entertainment at Wynn Las Vegas is above par. The featured production is "Le Rêve - The Dream," a sublime aquatic creation staged in a theater-in-the-round. In addition to jaw-dropping aerial acrobatics, feats that celebrate the strength of the human body and spectacularly choreographed dancing, this show utilizes unique props and special effects (imagine a 47-foot-long rain curtain descending from the ceiling). "Steve Wynn's ShowStoppers" plays in the nearby Encore Theater. It contains elaborately staged musical numbers from some of Broadway's most celebrated composers and lyricists performed by a cast of 66 singers, musicians and dancers.Wynn Las Vegas is also a prime destination for food lovers, thanks to an impressive collection of restaurants helmed by distinguished chefs. Take chef David Walzog. He makes sure Lakeside delivers exceptional fresh seafood, which is served with an incredible view (the restaurant sits beside the Lake of Dreams). Don't miss the nightly oyster happy hour. Walzog is also the mastermind behind SW Steakhouse, a restaurant known for its prime aged steaks and chops. In addition, you can cut into a succulent steak from chef Carlos Guía at The Country Club, which overlooks the 18th hole on the resort's golf course. Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare, led by award-winning chef Paul Bartolotta, is renowned for its so fresh-you-can-smell-the-sea Mediterranean seafood and Italian coastal cuisine while Allegro by chef Enzo Febbrara focuses on more traditionally prepared Italian eats. Chef Billy DeMarco has put together a menu of small plates paired with artisanal draught beers and an inspiring wine list in La Cave. Mizumi by chef Devin Hashimoto and Wing Lei by chef Ming Yu remain steadfastly at the top of numerous "best" lists in Vegas for Japanese and Chinese cuisines, respectively. Capturing a sense of tradition with incomparable settings like a koi pond and a garden with a gleaming golden dragon, both restaurants will stimulate your palate and your mind.?For a more casual dining experience, The Buffet has 15 live-action cooking stations (we love the freshly grilled sausages and homemade gelato), and Zoozacrackers serves New York-style deli food. Or dig into Cantonese noodle dishes, dim sum and Hong Kong-style barbecue at Red 8 Asian Bistro.Something that sets dining at Wynn Las Vegas apart from other hotels in Vegas is that every restaurant on the property has created special vegan and vegetarian menus -- so there will be something for everyone to eat no matter where you go.After a fine meal, the resort's nightlife venues only heighten your pleasure factor. Tryst, with its secluded lagoon and big dance floor, looks out at a cascading 90-foot waterfall. Alternatively, the classically elegant bars Parasol Up and Parasol Down by the Lake of Dreams provide a superb view for sipping cocktails.During the day soak up the sun at the gorgeously landscaped outdoor pool complex. There are two main pools, private cabanas, table games and a terrace.In The Spa at Wynn you'll have the opportunity to be pampered like a star with the Red Carpet Treatment. You'll also enjoy cutting-edge services as well as custom massages designed especially for your needs.Nowhere else but at Wynn Las Vegas can you shop and leave the hotel with Manolo Blahniks and a brand new Ferrari. The Wynn Esplanade offers a unique retail environment with designer boutiques including Alexander McQueen, Chanel, Givenchy and Oscar de la Renta. The resort also houses a Penske Wynn Ferrari dealership and showroom.As you can see, Wynn Las Vegas is a whole wide wonderful world unto itself. It can serve as a base to explore Sin City's iconic sights and attractions, but you'll be perfectly content just to hang out here in a place where you can dine, imbibe, shop, swim, party and be pampered like nowhere else.And, of course, it doesn't matter who you are -- if you stay at Wynn Las Vegas, you're someone important.
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Customer service 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Room Quality 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Casino 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Hotel Location 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Pool 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Room Location 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Overall amenities 
3 / 5
3 / 5
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fromottawa, canada
Age:35 to 44
Gender:Male
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Spouse
Purchase Frequency:Less than once every few years
Star Rating Accuracy:Perfect
Gambler:Yes
Game:Progressive Slots
Yes, I recommend this product.
Excellent experience, great room, loved the pool and service
PostedAugust 18, 2014
Great hotel, impressive rooms, loved the pool,
good add more employees to help with registration and consigere
Employees wearing blue suits could appear to be more friendly or pleasant
I didn't observe too many people win at the slots, there could be more penny and nickel machines
we had two incidents involving food from room service and from the deli restraurant
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Get ready to feel the heat. And we don't mean from the sun. There's a lot of hot stuff going on at The Mirage.The resort's iconic attraction (and really one of the more popular attractions on the Las Vegas Strip) is a volcano. It sits right in front of the property in a tranquil lagoon...at least this lagoon is tranquil until the volcano erupts, which happens several times a night. Steam rises. Water shoots up. Lava spews. And flames dance. Seriously, they do. Choreographed to a soundtrack created by Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart and tabla player Zakir Hussain, these little fireballs have some smokin' moves.The volcano isn't the only attraction at The Mirage. Everyone who enters usually stops to snap a photo in the tropical atrium. Under a towering dome just inside the resort's front doors, it's teeming with exotic flowers. And then over behind the front desk, you'll become engrossed with a huge aquarium that houses more than 450 fish.Speaking of where the wild things are, you can't leave the resort without visiting Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat. Built for education and preservation, these two habitats offer you the rare chance to view leopards, white tigers and white lions (say hello to the adorable white lion cubs -- Madiba, Timba-Masai and Freedom for us when you go) as well as bottlenose dolphins. Bet you didn't think you'd see all those animals in Vegas?And then there's the entertainment at The Mirage. The Beatles "LOVE" by Cirque du Soleil, Terry Fator, Boyz II Men: each one is a truly remarkable show. So what should you do about them? See all three!"LOVE" takes place in a circular, custom-built theater. Not only will the music wow you (it comes from The Beatles' original recordings), but the imaginative props and costumes will transport you to another time. Fator, a singing ventriloquist, and his collection of puppets (characters like Winston the Impersonating Turtle and country singer Walter T. Airdale) will have you in stitches. And ladies will swoon in the aisles at the "Mowtownphilly" melodies of Boyz II Men -- those smooth-as-silk singers!Plus, thanks to the ongoing Aces of Comedy series, comedians like Jay Leno, Ray Romano, Tim Allen, Kathy Griffin and Daniel Tosh swing by the resort on select weekends to crack audiences up with their antics.Dining at The Mirage is another pleasure. In just a short walk, you'll pass by Stack Restaurant & Bar by chef Brian Massie; Japonais, where East meets West in a wonderful way; and Portofino, which features Italian classics with a modern twist. At Tom Colicchio's Heritage Steak, all kinds of meats are prepared over open flames in either wood-burning ovens or on charcoal grills. Go ahead...try and choose...all of these restaurants are delicious!More eateries are tucked into other corners of The Mirage. Open to the casino, the smells coming from Samba, a Brazilian steakhouse that serves rodizio-style meals, will make your mouth water. The Chinese restaurant Fin showcases live seafood -- steamed, baked or wok-fried. For a sandwich stuffed beyond belief, head to the Carnegie Deli. Burgers of all invention along with five varieties of fries are prepared at BLT Burger. And then there's the resort's buffet, Cravings, where you'll feel like you're strolling down a street crammed with international cuisine.Actually, if you want to spend time on a famous street, check out Rhumbar. This cool lounge has an outdoor patio where you'll have a fabulous view of the Strip. Kick back here with either a refreshing mojito or a cigar and just take it everything in.Looking for a place to party? Then go to 1 OAK Las Vegas, a nightclub imported from New York City. Divided into two separate rooms with their own bars and music formats, you never know who you might see. Maybe hip-hop duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis? Or one of the Kardashians? The list of celebrities who have passed through 1 OAK's doors is endless.When The Mirage opened in 1989, it was one of the first true megaresorts on the Las Vegas Strip. A hottie of a property way back then, today it continues to fan those flames.
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Customer service 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Room Quality 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Casino 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Hotel Location 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Pool 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Room Location 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Overall amenities 
5 / 5
5 / 5
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Age:35 to 44
Gender:Male
Travel Purpose:Wedding
Travel Companions:Spouse
Purchase Frequency:Less than once every few years
Star Rating Accuracy:Perfect
Gambler:Yes
Yes, I recommend this product.
excellent visit, received upgrade to deluxe on 25floor
PostedJuly 18, 2013
excellent service and view, upgrade to king deluxe on 25floor with fantastic view, enjoyed the pool, reception was friendly.
i liked this hotel more than casears, TI, V. harrahs. best buger at BLT
i would eat at the deli, bLI and the Brazlian restuarants
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Admit it. There's just something glamorous about staying at hotels -- well, certain hotels. And in the Entertainment Capital of the World, none is more revered for luxury and unsurpassed service than Wynn Las Vegas.From the moment you arrive and check in, it's like you've entered an exclusive place and gained "status"...the kind normally reserved for stars, Fortune 500 executives and famous personalities. Maybe you already are one? If not, no worries, because you will be here.As we were saying, Wynn Las Vegas is counted among the finest hotels in the world. It was built and is managed by casino mogul Steve Wynn -- hence the name. And this man knows everything about the world of hospitality, including how to provide one-of-a-kind experiences that are sure to exceed your expectations.You'll easily spot Wynn Las Vegas (and its sister property Encore) in the cityscape. Located just north of the heart of the Las Vegas Strip and across from the popular Fashion Show mall, they look like two towering bronze palaces. Throughout both properties you'll discover a unique fusion of modern architecture and interior design with nature.For example, at the front of Wynn Las Vegas there's a gigantic mountain and behind it sits the magical Lake of Dreams, which features a free nightly light, music and multimedia show. (Don't be surprised if a giant animatronic frog suddenly appears and sings to you.)Situated near the lobby is a breathtakingly beautiful indoor atrium, where skylights create a warm, luminous atmosphere and flowers abound. (Check out two incredible floral installations of a carousel and a hot air balloon here.) Lagoons, waterfalls and terraced landscapes add to the tranquil environment. Plus, there's an 18-hole golf course designed by world-famous architect Tom Fazio and Wynn himself behind the resort that boasts waterfalls, streams and a forest of trees.It won't surprise you that entertainment at Wynn Las Vegas is above par. The featured production is "Le Rêve - The Dream," a sublime aquatic creation staged in a theater-in-the-round. In addition to jaw-dropping aerial acrobatics, feats that celebrate the strength of the human body and spectacularly choreographed dancing, this show utilizes unique props and special effects (imagine a 47-foot-long rain curtain descending from the ceiling). "Steve Wynn's ShowStoppers" plays in the nearby Encore Theater. It contains elaborately staged musical numbers from some of Broadway's most celebrated composers and lyricists performed by a cast of 66 singers, musicians and dancers.Wynn Las Vegas is also a prime destination for food lovers, thanks to an impressive collection of restaurants helmed by distinguished chefs. Take chef David Walzog. He makes sure Lakeside delivers exceptional fresh seafood, which is served with an incredible view (the restaurant sits beside the Lake of Dreams). Don't miss the nightly oyster happy hour. Walzog is also the mastermind behind SW Steakhouse, a restaurant known for its prime aged steaks and chops. In addition, you can cut into a succulent steak from chef Carlos Guía at The Country Club, which overlooks the 18th hole on the resort's golf course. Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare, led by award-winning chef Paul Bartolotta, is renowned for its so fresh-you-can-smell-the-sea Mediterranean seafood and Italian coastal cuisine while Allegro by chef Enzo Febbrara focuses on more traditionally prepared Italian eats. Chef Billy DeMarco has put together a menu of small plates paired with artisanal draught beers and an inspiring wine list in La Cave. Mizumi by chef Devin Hashimoto and Wing Lei by chef Ming Yu remain steadfastly at the top of numerous "best" lists in Vegas for Japanese and Chinese cuisines, respectively. Capturing a sense of tradition with incomparable settings like a koi pond and a garden with a gleaming golden dragon, both restaurants will stimulate your palate and your mind.?For a more casual dining experience, The Buffet has 15 live-action cooking stations (we love the freshly grilled sausages and homemade gelato), and Zoozacrackers serves New York-style deli food. Or dig into Cantonese noodle dishes, dim sum and Hong Kong-style barbecue at Red 8 Asian Bistro.Something that sets dining at Wynn Las Vegas apart from other hotels in Vegas is that every restaurant on the property has created special vegan and vegetarian menus -- so there will be something for everyone to eat no matter where you go.After a fine meal, the resort's nightlife venues only heighten your pleasure factor. Tryst, with its secluded lagoon and big dance floor, looks out at a cascading 90-foot waterfall. Alternatively, the classically elegant bars Parasol Up and Parasol Down by the Lake of Dreams provide a superb view for sipping cocktails.During the day soak up the sun at the gorgeously landscaped outdoor pool complex. There are two main pools, private cabanas, table games and a terrace.In The Spa at Wynn you'll have the opportunity to be pampered like a star with the Red Carpet Treatment. You'll also enjoy cutting-edge services as well as custom massages designed especially for your needs.Nowhere else but at Wynn Las Vegas can you shop and leave the hotel with Manolo Blahniks and a brand new Ferrari. The Wynn Esplanade offers a unique retail environment with designer boutiques including Alexander McQueen, Chanel, Givenchy and Oscar de la Renta. The resort also houses a Penske Wynn Ferrari dealership and showroom.As you can see, Wynn Las Vegas is a whole wide wonderful world unto itself. It can serve as a base to explore Sin City's iconic sights and attractions, but you'll be perfectly content just to hang out here in a place where you can dine, imbibe, shop, swim, party and be pampered like nowhere else.And, of course, it doesn't matter who you are -- if you stay at Wynn Las Vegas, you're someone important.
 

How much is it to play your golf course if I stay there?

300.00
1 year ago
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Get ready to feel the heat. And we don't mean from the sun. There's a lot of hot stuff going on at The Mirage.The resort's iconic attraction (and really one of the more popular attractions on the Las Vegas Strip) is a volcano. It sits right in front of the property in a tranquil lagoon...at least this lagoon is tranquil until the volcano erupts, which happens several times a night. Steam rises. Water shoots up. Lava spews. And flames dance. Seriously, they do. Choreographed to a soundtrack created by Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart and tabla player Zakir Hussain, these little fireballs have some smokin' moves.The volcano isn't the only attraction at The Mirage. Everyone who enters usually stops to snap a photo in the tropical atrium. Under a towering dome just inside the resort's front doors, it's teeming with exotic flowers. And then over behind the front desk, you'll become engrossed with a huge aquarium that houses more than 450 fish.Speaking of where the wild things are, you can't leave the resort without visiting Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat. Built for education and preservation, these two habitats offer you the rare chance to view leopards, white tigers and white lions (say hello to the adorable white lion cubs -- Madiba, Timba-Masai and Freedom for us when you go) as well as bottlenose dolphins. Bet you didn't think you'd see all those animals in Vegas?And then there's the entertainment at The Mirage. The Beatles "LOVE" by Cirque du Soleil, Terry Fator, Boyz II Men: each one is a truly remarkable show. So what should you do about them? See all three!"LOVE" takes place in a circular, custom-built theater. Not only will the music wow you (it comes from The Beatles' original recordings), but the imaginative props and costumes will transport you to another time. Fator, a singing ventriloquist, and his collection of puppets (characters like Winston the Impersonating Turtle and country singer Walter T. Airdale) will have you in stitches. And ladies will swoon in the aisles at the "Mowtownphilly" melodies of Boyz II Men -- those smooth-as-silk singers!Plus, thanks to the ongoing Aces of Comedy series, comedians like Jay Leno, Ray Romano, Tim Allen, Kathy Griffin and Daniel Tosh swing by the resort on select weekends to crack audiences up with their antics.Dining at The Mirage is another pleasure. In just a short walk, you'll pass by Stack Restaurant & Bar by chef Brian Massie; Japonais, where East meets West in a wonderful way; and Portofino, which features Italian classics with a modern twist. At Tom Colicchio's Heritage Steak, all kinds of meats are prepared over open flames in either wood-burning ovens or on charcoal grills. Go ahead...try and choose...all of these restaurants are delicious!More eateries are tucked into other corners of The Mirage. Open to the casino, the smells coming from Samba, a Brazilian steakhouse that serves rodizio-style meals, will make your mouth water. The Chinese restaurant Fin showcases live seafood -- steamed, baked or wok-fried. For a sandwich stuffed beyond belief, head to the Carnegie Deli. Burgers of all invention along with five varieties of fries are prepared at BLT Burger. And then there's the resort's buffet, Cravings, where you'll feel like you're strolling down a street crammed with international cuisine.Actually, if you want to spend time on a famous street, check out Rhumbar. This cool lounge has an outdoor patio where you'll have a fabulous view of the Strip. Kick back here with either a refreshing mojito or a cigar and just take it everything in.Looking for a place to party? Then go to 1 OAK Las Vegas, a nightclub imported from New York City. Divided into two separate rooms with their own bars and music formats, you never know who you might see. Maybe hip-hop duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis? Or one of the Kardashians? The list of celebrities who have passed through 1 OAK's doors is endless.When The Mirage opened in 1989, it was one of the first true megaresorts on the Las Vegas Strip. A hottie of a property way back then, today it continues to fan those flames.
 

Does Mirage charges any resort fee? If they do, how much is it?

$25.00 per night, Yes
2 years, 1 month ago
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