The Highlights of Wynn Las Vegas
Learn about the highlights of the Wynn Las Vegas in this video about Vegas. Expert: Mike Myers Video transcript: My name is Mike Myers. I am the owner of Legion Marketing; my expertise is in nightlife. I believe that I know the best and brightest of everything that's in Las Vegas. I can help you skip the lines, skip the bad spots, basically cut the fat. The Wynn resort in Las vegas is head and shoulders above the rest. Its, five diamond five star absolutely the nicest place to stay in all of Las vegas and just made it better by building Encore. Encore has excess nightclub which is probably the biggest attraction inside the resort itself. Technically, excess is in their shopping mall which is in between the Wynn and Encore. Encore beach club is may be the most expensive pool party in the world.Its about 65 million dollars a build it opened up a year and a half ago and it is just lavish and actually bulldozes its own valet in order to put its pool party there. SW is a fantastic steak house which actually bears Steve Wynn's initials, has a great view of a different waterfall which has its own show. Although to be honest, the show really is disappointing. Tryst is still a very busy night club even though the crowd is kind of suffering a past couple of years especially with the opening of excess. Tryst does have a 50 foot waterfall inside of it which is pretty amazing to see if you have never seen it before. Its definitely worth stopping by. If I am shopping there, there is not a whole lot of it, its definitely the high end brand names. Encore has a little bit more of the trendy clothing but it is still you know obviously very expensive. They have a Ferrari and Maserati dealership which you basically have to justify even walking in there otherwise you have to pay in to see it as a museum. If you want to spend the most money you ever spent in your life on coffee they have just a regular coffee shop there that, the coffee is like 20 dollars for a cup of coffee and there is nothing special about it and its not great. Just happens to be next to the Ferrari shop inside the Wynn near the Encore. One of the final things there is the Garth Brooks Show which I mentioned before the Garth Brooks show is sold out every single night is one of those where even as a Las vegas local and somebody who is really connected it is still very very difficult to get a ticket because the Wynn takes so many of the tickets for their high end gaming. And all those people wanna go see the show so its definitely, if you have a way to get into it or you want to spend money with the ticket broker its definitely a show to go see. He sits on stage for the first hour and plays all his own songs and in the 2nd hour he sits on stage and plays everybody else's songs. And the last thing about the Wynn and Encore is that they have their own golf course which is unheard of considering how expensive the land is. Tom Fazio designed, Steve Wynn designed 18 hole golf course with water features and waterfalls and everything I see connect to the resort itself. If you are not staying there you could spend 500 bucks and buy your way on or if you are staying there you can usually get it for cheaper. Steve Wynn is the one who conceptualized the bay resort with the Mirage and one upped himself with the Bellagio and then found a way to one up himself again when people thought it was impossible because the Bellagio was perfect he went and built the Wynn and then one upped himself again and built the Encore. Whatever he does in Las vegas from here on out he could do no wrong he is truly a visionary on Vegas. Thanks for watching The Highlights of Wynn Las Vegas! If you enjoyed this video, subscribe to the Howcast YouTube channel! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=howcast Check out Howcast for other do-it-yourself videos from howcast and more videos in the Howto category. You can contribute too! Create your own DIY guide (at http://www.howcast.com/videos/new ), learn about producing Howcast spots with the Howcast Filmmaker Program (at http://info.howcast.com/filmmakers ), or showcase your expertise in a Howcast video series (at http://info.howcast.com/experts ).