Wynn Macau Casino – Macau
The Wynn Macau is for real players. It’s the only hotel to hold seven Forbes five-star awards and its restaurants have a total of three Michelin stars (2 & 1). The rooms are luxurious, the entertainment is non-stop, and the casino is about as good as it gets.
All the classic casino games are available, as well as Asian favourites like Sic Bo and Fan Tan. Slots are ubiquitous throughout the hotel and there is a dedicated poker room, offering both tournaments and cash games.
It’s all about the bling at the Wynn. Gold leaf coated dragons and trees emerge from the lobby floor, a lake shoots fire and water into the sky, a huge tank of moon jellyfish are the backdrop in reception.
The dragon economy has been booming for years and you will need to dig deep if you are playing the tables at the Wynn. Last year, the average bet in Macau was an eye-watering $270. It’s hard to find a table bet in Macau for less than $50.
But… look around. You have authentic Tan cuisine at the two Michelin star Golden Flower, as well as some of the best food - not just in Asia – but the world. Luxury doesn’t come cheap. If you want to experience the most luxurious - high end – gaming the world has to offer, Macau is where the money is at…
- 280,000 sq ft of gaming space
- More than 500 table games
- More than 1,000 slots and video games
- Poker room
- Red Card VIP program
- Minimum age 21
- Smoking and non-smoking areas
- More than 1,000 rooms and suites
- Extensive dining options: from Michelin starred to casual
- 24 hour room service
- Award winning spas
- Luxury pool and fitness centre
- Choreographed performance lake
- Moon jellyfish aquarium
- Luxury shopping boutiques
- Forbes choice five-star hotel
- Casino hopping – Macau is bigger than Las Vegas
- Eat – Macau is a melting pot of Asian cuisine and has dozens of Michelin starred dining destinations
- Taipa Village – traditional Chinese/Portuguese enclave
- Senado Square – Portuguese mosaics from a colonial past
- St Paul’s – ruins of the old cathedral
- Temples, museums and bridges – Macau has a rich cultural heritage
Complimentary shuttle services from all Macau’s transport terminals run at least every 30 minutes. Journey time is no more than 30 minutes.
Hotel Contact Information
|Address:||Rua Cidade de Sintra, NAPE, Macau|
|Telephone:||(853) 2888 9966|