Though smaller than its neighbor, Wynn Las Vegas, Encore combines the very best of all of Wynn's masterpieces. As far as luxury is concerned, Las Vegas simply doesn't get much better. Encore redefines the typical Vegas casino-resort experience with new levels of extravagance. All of the rooms are suites, and measure a minimum of 700 square feet (up to a maximum of 5,800 square feet). These accommodations come standard with spacious sitting areas, flat-panel televisions, floor-to-ceiling windows, and electronic curtain controls. Bathrooms feature Italian marble and Wynn's Desert Bambu signature bath products. Bedside control panels enable guests to operate nearly everything in the room.
The details: Designer Roger Thomas invested in antiques from all over the world, and a wall at Wazuzu Asian restaurant is decorated with a large dragon made from 90,000 Swarovski crystals; Sinatra, the Italian restaurant, displays Frank Sinatra's 1953 Oscar for the film
From Here to Eternity.
The sunlight: Sunlit corridors with flower-filled atriums and sprawling pools are visible from throughout the property; there also are a number of signature mosaics.
The clubs: Encore Beach Club, Surrender, and XS combine an outdoor pool environment with a sizzling club atmosphere.
Society Café: The hippest restaurant on the property serves up dim sum on weekends and is famous for whimsical dishes such as pretzel bread and mac-and-cheese nuggets.
The main hotel pools are surrounded by sculpted gardens and mosaic tiling, and feature Jacuzzi spas and 29 luxurious cabanas.
Todd-Avery Lenahan designed the Moroccan-theme Encore Spa, which features 37 treatment rooms, 14 garden rooms, a number of oversize couples' suites, and there are daily Spinning and yoga classes.
The beautiful Esplanade at Encore features Hermès, Chanel, and the first-ever Rock & Republic store.
In-room televisions include a channel that lists up-to-the-minute betting lines in the Wynn Las Vegas sports book.