In addition to a casino encompassing both slot machines and table games, the resort’s entertainment amenities also include The Shops at Wynn, a retail space featuring high-end products from many of the world’s leading retailers and designers. Guests can further indulge themselves at the spa, which has garnered Forbes Five-Star awards at Wynn resorts in both Las Vegas and Macau.
Guests will enjoy masterfully crafted cuisine amidst lavish, inspired décor at Wynn Boston Harbor’s wide array of dining establishments, which will serve fresh, locally sourced seafood options, and more. Wynn’s Forbes Four-Star Award-winning Sinatra Restaurant will offer its innovative take on classic Italian cuisine, while SW Steakhouse will stand out as one of a select few US restaurants to serve authentic Kobe beef. In addition to a sports bar, Wynn Boston Harbor will include The Wynn Buffet, where chefs will prepare an array of international cuisine at live cooking stations.
Wynn Palace Cotai
In 2014, reports surfaced about a land deal in Cotai that accused a subsidiary of Wynn Resorts of financial misconduct to obtain real estate on the Cotai Strip. An investigation led by Macau’s anti-corruption commission found no evidence of any wrong doing and the accusations were excused.
As the company’s first property on the special administrative region’s Cotai Strip, an active hub of gaming, entertainment, and hotel accommodations, Wynn Palace Macau will serve as a fully integrated resort. The resort will include a casino, spa, retail outlets, and numerous dining options.
Wynn Palace will present guests with a luxurious experience from the moment they arrive, with a 30,000-square-meter Performance Lake at the entrance of the resort. The attraction will combine elements of water, lights, fire, and music. The resort’s extravagant décor will also include two 18th century porcelain vases dating back to China’s Qing Dynasty, a sixteenth-century Louis XIV Beauvais Chinoiserie tapestry of ‘The Emperor on a Journey’, and more purchased by Wynn Resorts chairman and CEO Steve Wynn. Additionally, Wynn Palace will feature floral sculptures resembling hot air balloons by renowned artist Preston Bailey and luxurious pedestal gardens. Exquisitely designed gondolas resembling smoke-breathing dragons will form the resort’s aerial transport system, while a light rail system will connect Wynn Palace to the rest of the Cotai Strip.
Wynn Resorts began pre-foundation development activities on the $4.1 billion resort in February 2013 and expects to welcome Wynn Palace’s first guests in mid-2016.