Big changes are afoot at Wynn Las Vegas: Travel Weekly
Wynn Las Vegas is in the midst of the most extensive redesign of its 2,674 guestrooms, suites, elevator lobbies and resort tower corridors in its 17-year history.
The project, to be completed in June 2022, is intended to give travelers a sense of escapism that feels instantly comfortable and familiar, resort officials said in a news release.
With soft hues and layers of patterns and textures, each room is being given wood-accent walls, a range of functional and atmospheric lighting, luxurious textiles and linens and accents of natural stone, decorative metal and original artwork.
Todd-Avery Lenahan, president and chief commercial officer of Wynn Design and Development, led the effort. Furniture, fixtures, lighting and artwork were either custom designed by Lenahan or commissioned from master artisans throughout the world.
New guestroom features
New features include a dramatic four-poster canopy bed exclusive to the Wynn Tower Suites, a collection of commissioned artwork and a lighting design that enhances the ambient experience of both day and night.
“As guests’ needs and tastes evolve, we are constantly advancing details that not only meet but exceed their discerning tastes,” Lenahan said. “Our redesigned rooms are equal parts warm and dramatic, intimate and sophisticated. The guestrooms are meant to be your personal space while we are hosting you and are designed to be a respite, an exhale at the end of your day.”
Guestrooms, which range from the standard 640-square-foot Wynn Resort King to the 1,817-square-foot Wynn Tower Suite Salon, reflect the elegant residential theme.
The standard guestroom washroom, for example, has separate vanities and double the storage space of the previous iteration. An expanded dressing area has mirrored walls and an upgraded closet with new wardrobe.
Lenahan also guided the design of supper club Delilah at Wynn Las Vegas, the Cocktail Collection on the Lake of Dreams and the resort’s newest restaurant, Casa Playa, which blends coastal Mexican architecture and cultural iconography.
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