Thursday, April 28, 2005

Wynn Las Vegas, lose your shorts

Five years to the day after he purchased the legendary Desert Inn in Las Vegas, casino mogul Steve Wynn — who previously brought you the Mirage, Treasure Island, and the fabulous Bellagio — opens Wynn Las Vegas, a hotel-casino he loves so much he signed the top of the building.

According to Anthony Curtis of the Las Vegas Advisor (an online publication which, if you're a Vegas regular or even just an occasional visitor, should be on your frequent reading list), the new Wynn is "big and beautiful, though segmented into lots of 'areas.' Many components are reminiscent of Bellagio. Lots of detail and high-end materials (marble, wood, artwork, fresh flowers, mosaics). Definitely an interesting walk-around."

I'll look forward to checking the place out on our next trip to Bright Light City. In the meantime, if you stop by Mr. Wynn's new showplace, just remember:

The odds always favor the house.

1 insisted on sticking two cents in:

Blogger Joel offered these pearls of wisdom...

Great. Another place to visit when I visit my parents in LV.

10:26 AM  

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