Wynn Macau is a luxury hotel and casino resort in the Macau Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China with two towers containing a total of 1,008 rooms and suites, approximately 273,000 square feet (25,400 m2) of casino space, over 59,000 square feet (5,500 m2) of retail space, eight casual and fine dining restaurants, two spas, a salon and a pool. The resort boasts three entertainment experiences, including Macau’s only choreographed Performance Lake.
Wynn Macau is operated by international resort developer Wynn Resorts.
Wynn Macau opened on September 6, 2006 and its second tower – Encore opened on April 21, 2010.
Wynn Macau opened to the public on 6 September 2006.
In December 2007, Wynn Macau completed an expansion, adding more gaming space and additional food and beverage and retail shops.
In 2009, Wynn Macau became one of only five hotels in Asia to receive the Forbes Five-Star award.
Second Tower Expansion
On 21 April 2010, the company opened Encore at Wynn Macau, an all-suite boutique hotel, which is fully integrated into the existing operations at Wynn Macau similar to Encore Las Vegas. Encore Macau has 410 suites, including 41 Grand Salon Suites, bringing the total number of rooms at Wynn Macau to 1,008.
On 1 May 2012, Wynn Macau received approval from the Macau government for its Cotai land concession, paving the way for Wynn Macau to break ground on the 51-acre site.
Wynn Macau Limited acquired a group of Jiaqing period (1796-1820) porcelain vases at a Christie’s London auction on July 7, 2011. The vases were purchased for £8 million ($12.8 million). “We are delighted to return works of this extraordinary quality to the city of Macau and the People’s Republic of China,” Roger Thomas, executive vice president of Design for Wynn Design and Development, said after the sale.
The Qing dynasty vases were on display at Wynn Palace and a sixteenth-century Louis XIV Beauvais Chinoiserie tapestry of ‘The Emperor on a Journey,’ is on display at Wynn Macau. Other art at Wynn Macau includes a Louis Rigal drawing, Macanese silk embroidery, a Louis XIV silk tapestry, two cloisonné camels, and Ming Dynasty statuary.No tags for this post.