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Encore, another beautiful resort from the Wynn collection, complements Wynn Las Vegas’ repertoire of accommodations, culinary offerings and leisure activities with additional designer boutiques, six bars and lounges, four signature restaurants and an opulent spa and salon. It boasts a younger, more modern vibe than its forerunner.

Encore takes a casually elegant approach to ambiance with sunlit corridors and atriums overflowing with flowers and plants, intimate nooks and theatrical eateries with dramatic flair. There is a signature butterfly motif on the carpeting and in other accents, as that is a symbol of good luck. High-energy music also wafts throughout the corridors. Nearly 130 ruby red glass chandeliers made by hand in Italy adorn the ceiling of the casino floor.

Although Wynn Las Vegas is home to 14 prestigious eateries, Encore has a smaller but similarly accomplished all-star team of chefs. Five signature restaurants pair master chefs and their personally prepared gourmet fare to create culinary experiences that please the most discerning and well-traveled palates. This includes Sinatra, a fine dining Italian restaurant by well-known Los Angeles chef Theo Schoenegger that pays homage to Ol’ Blue Eyes. Named for the mythical crystal dragon that presides over this dramatic Pan-Asian café, Wazuzu showcases Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Singaporean and Thai cuisines.

Dinner at the resort can be preceded or followed by a show. Wynn Theater showcases the eye-popping aqua production “Le Rêve – The Dream.” XS, one of the most expensive clubs ever built (gold glimmers everywhere the eye can see), and Surrender Nightclub are two great nightlife offerings at Encore, where the European-inspired poolside ambiance mingles with a club-like vibe to create an oasis. Encore is also home to Encore Players Bar, a hip new martini bar featuring 150 flavored vodkas, and Andrea’s, a unique dining and nightlife combination. Andrea’s is adjacent to Surrender and showcases an Asian-inspired menu, including dim sum, sushi, noodles and steaks, of Chef Joseph Elevado.

A vibrant atrium, spa, the Claude Baruk Salon and the many designer boutiques in the Esplanade at Encore round out the experience.

The 2,034 spacious suites at Encore start at 700 square feet and feature wall-to-wall windows with spectacular views of the city. Standard amenities include flat-panel TVs in front of both the bed and living areas, along with a 19-inch flat-screen TV in the bathroom. All the linens, robes, slippers and bath products are of the highest caliber. You’ll certainly sleep in the lap of luxury here.

With a coveted location at the heart of Strip — near all the amazing attractions as well as across the street from the Fashion Show mall — a stay at Encore provides the perfect base for your Las Vegas visit as well as an intimate, extravagant escape from the hustle and bustle of your day-to-day life.

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