In a city that keeps raising the bar for sheer luxury, the Wynn—monolithic in both name and appearance—offers a discreet turn for the tasteful. The resort is a best-of-everything experience—a playground for jet-setters, high rollers, or anyone who wants to feel like one. Decked out with replicas of Steve Wynn's acclaimed art collection, the princely rooms, averaging a whopping 650 square feet, offer spectacular views through wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows. Rest your head on custom pillow-top beds with 320-thread-count linens, and call room service from the cordless phone. Bedside drapery and climate controls are another nice touch. The super-posh Tower Suites units have use of a separate pool and lanai, and some have opulent amenities such as granite wet bars, separate powder rooms, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, and walk-in closets. Downstairs, restaurants such as Wing Lei and Bartolotta Ristorante di Mare provide endless culinary delights.
Esplanade: The Wynn Esplanade is as gorgeous as the Bellagio Conservatory, which Wynn helped design.
The golf course: The outstanding course incorporates 11 water hazards, including a 37-foot waterfall.
The chefs: Famous chefs don't just lend their name to Wynn's restaurants, they often take residence there, including Carlos Guia and Paul Bartolotta.
The talent: Instead of booking another Cirque du Soleil show, Wynn created ShowStoppers, a new song-and-dance show that covers Broadway classics.
Wynn Spa offers dozens of signature treatments, as well as relaxation and hydrotherapy rooms. The spa specializes in facials, and therapists incorporate a number of Asian oils and herbs into each experience.
Men's barbershop services—including flat-razor shaves—are available in the salon. They incorporate products from Paris and New York's famous Hommage Atelier.
Details, such as richly appointed armchairs with ottomans and giant, fluffy Turkish towels, speak to the sheer sumptuousness of this place.