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Wynn Macau

Wynn Macau
Address Rua Cidade de Sintra, NAPE, Macau
Opening date 6 September 2006
Theme Life Imitating Art
Number of rooms 1014
Total gaming space 205,000 ft²
Casino type Land-Based
American-styled casino
Owner Wynn Resorts Limited
Renovated in none

Wynn Macau (Chinese: 永利澳門渡假村) (SEHK: 1128), owned by Wynn Resorts, is a luxury integrated resort in Macau Peninsula, Macau, China, offering gaming combined with a hotel, restaurants, shops, spa, and a "Performance Lake". It is the first Las Vegas-style integrated resort in Asia. It opened on 6 September 2006.[1] Steve Wynn is the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Wynn Macau.

Wynn Macau features 600 hotel rooms and suites, approximately 501 table games (212 Main floor & 289 VIP) plus 375 slot machines in approx 205,000 square feet (19,000 m2) of casino gaming space, five restaurants, 26,000 square feet (2,400 m2) of retail space, an atrium, a heated swimming pool, a spa, salon, 2 lounge & bar areas and 22,000 square feet (2,000 m2) of multi-purpose convention facilities.

Encore at Wynn Macau features 414 suites, gaming, 2 restaurants, 1 bar, 3 retail stores, and a spa.

A carved ceiling representing the signs of the Zodiac
Wynn Hotel and Casino, Macau, at night.


  • History 1
    • Second Tower Expansion 1.1
  • Restaurants 2
  • Shopping 3
  • Cotai Strip 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7


Wynn Macau opened to the public on 6 September 2006.[2]

In December 2007, Wynn Macau completed an expansion, adding more gaming space and additional food and beverage and retail shops.[2]

In 2008, Wynn Macau became one of only five hotels in Asia to receive the coveted Mobil Five-Star award.[2]

Second Tower Expansion

Encore at Wynn Macau.

The company recently opened Encore at Wynn Macau, an all-suite boutique hotel, which is fully integrated into the existing operations at Wynn Macau.[3] Encore Macau has 414 suites, bringing the total number of rooms at the Wynn Macau complex to 1014.[4]

Encore at Wynn Macau opened on 21 April 2010.[2][5]


There are in total 11 food and beverage outlets / restaurants in Wynn Macau and Encore:

Fine Dining

  • Mizumi
  • Ristorante il Teatro
  • The Golden Flower
  • Wing Lei

Casual Dining

  • Cafe Esplanada
  • Red 8
  • Cafe Encore
  • 99 Noodles

Bar & Lounge

  • Cinnebar
  • Bar Cristal
  • Wing Lei Lounge


Cotai Strip

Wynn's Cotai Strip land reserve.

On 16 May 2011, the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of Wynn Resorts, Steve Wynn, is expecting the Macau government to approve its application for a Cotai site shortly. Wynn's new project on the Cotai Strip is expected to cost over MOP 20 billion. 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.[6]

On 7 July 2011, Steve Wynn paid £8 million ($12.8 million) at a London auction for a set of four 18th-century Chinese porcelain vases that will decorate his new resort. The casino-owner’s leisure group said the vases had been bought by Wynn Resorts Macau Ltd. for its new Cotai Resort Hotel, scheduled to open in 2015. It was also the buyer of a Chinoiserie tapestry for £169,250 pounds. "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.[7]

The Qing dynasty vases, as well a sixteenth-century Louis XIV Beauvais Chinoiserie tapestry of 'The Emperor on a Journey,' also shown on 27 October 2011, will be on display in the Wynn Macau hotel lobby but will "later on join other pieces of art in the new hotel in Cotai," Wynn said.[8]

See also


  1. ^ [2]
  2. ^ a b c d Wynn Macau. "Corporate Profile". Retrieved 2013-12-01. 
  3. ^ "Wynn Macau Prices Hong Kong IPO at the Top of the Range LAS VEGAS-(BUSINESS WIRE)-Sep. 30, 2009". Retrieved 29 January 2012. 
  4. ^ "Steve Wynn On Encore Macau & Wynn Cotai – Macao and Cotai Strip Travel Blog". Retrieved 29 January 2012. 
  5. ^ "Encore At Wynn Macau Opens Today". Retrieved 29 January 2012. 
  6. ^ Wynn Macau Receives Approval for Cotai Development BUSINESS. 1 May 2012.
  7. ^ Casino Mogul Wynn Buys $12.8 Million Chinese Vases for Resort Bloomberg. By Scott Reyburn. 8 July 2011.
  8. ^ Wynn returns Chinese antique treasures Macau Daily Times. 28 October 2011 10:24:00

External links

  • Wynn Macau Resort
  • Wynn Macau opens – MSNBC – AP

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