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Wynn Las Vegas

With its golden facade arching toward the sky, Wynn Las Vegas provides a unique fusion of nature and luxury in a resort fit for royalty. From the towering mountain at the front of the resort on the Las Vegas Strip to the Tom Fazio-designed 18-hole championship golf course at the back, natural beauty permeates Wynn Las Vegas.

Lagoons, waterfalls, terraced landscapes, floor-to-ceiling windows, and skylights throughout the 217-acre resort create a tranquil and glorious environment. Fine dining, swank shops, a rejuvenating spa and thriving nightlife round out the resort experience.

Flowers bloom throughout the Wynn property, both living and as part of the design. An indoor atrium near the lobby leads guests through a pathway of flowers and trees. Even the carpet in the 11,000-square-foot casino – which has more than 1,900 slots, a 26-table poker room and a full array of tables games – portrays a colorful and thematic flower pattern.

The marriage of luxury and nature at Wynn Las Vegas does not end with the resort's main level. Guests ascending the 50-story hotel tower will discover rooms designed with floor-to-ceiling windows framing sweeping views of either the Las Vegas Strip, the resort's golf course or the lake and mountain. Room amenities include European linens, flat-screen televisions in the living and bathroom areas, high-speed internet access and more.

The luxurious Tower Suites, which operate as a boutique hotel within the Wynn Las Vegas, is the first in Las Vegas to earn Mobil Travel Guide's highest rating – five stars. In granting the coveted rating, Mobil praised the Tower Suites for its fine, white-glove service and accommodations that feel like posh private residences.

Restaurants at the Wynn such as Alex, Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare, Daniel Boulud Brasserie, and SW Steakhouse include offerings from internationally celebrated chefs, including Alessandro Stratta, Daniel Boulud, David Walzog, Rene Lenger, Masa Ishizawa, Philippe Rispoli, Richard Chen, Paul Bartolotta, Mark LoRusso, Stephen Kalt and Hisham Johari. For a more casual dining experience, The Buffet features 16 live-action exhibition cooking stations and Zoozacrackers, near the 195-seat race and sports book, serves New York-style deli food. The Terrace Point Café serves American favorites 24 hours a day with seating overlooking the pools and gardens.

A glimpse of the gardens, on the other side of the man-made mountain, reveals a mammoth curtain waterfall pouring into a 3-acre lake surrounded by lush landscapes; nude statues of men and women appear to bathe in the water. Guests can enjoy the breathtaking view while sipping cocktails amid an eclectic collection of multi-colored upside-down parasols at Parasol Up on the casino level or Parasol Down on the lake level; or just stop by the circular escalators surrounding the bars for a moment to take it all in.

Making its home in The Wynn Theater is Le Rêve, the sublime aquatic creation of Cirque Du Soleil veteran Franco Dragone. Also showing is Monty Python's Spamalot, a Broadway musical based on the motion picture "Monty Python and the Holy Grail."

Wynn Las Vegas' nightlife offerings include the ultra lounge Blush and the nightclub Tryst, with its secluded lagoon and sizeable dance floor. A beautifully landscaped, expansive outdoor pool complex has two main pools, private cabanas, table games and a special terrace for group events. The Wynn Las Vegas Spa features 45 treatment rooms as well as a full-service salon, barbershop and fitness center.

Where else but the Wynn Las Vegas can a shopper leave a hotel with Manolo Blahniks and a brand new Ferrari? The Wynn Esplanade offers a unique shopping experience with stores including Chanel, Christian Dior, Jean Paul Gaultier and Oscar de la Renta. The resort is also home to the Penske Wynn Ferrari Maserati dealership and showroom.