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One motivation sums up the Tryst at Wynn Las Vegas: seduction, and that’s most evident in the décor (not to mention the bar tenders, who wear black lace and leather bustiers). You enter from a dark red velvet-lined passageway that opens into an expansive 12,000-square-foot party space. There are three full bars, opulent red velvet walls and draperies, mirrors, romantic low lighting and a dance floor (fog and confetti machine, gold-clad go-go dancers) beneath a high deejay platform.
Tryst is an indoor/outdoor club and when the sun goes down in Vegas there’s nothing better than getting out into the desert night. Our Forbes Travel Guide editors recommend that you book a table on the lush patio, complete with draping foliage, palm trees and cushioned patio seating. The patio curls around a private lagoon beneath a 90-foot waterfall. Another reason to opt for the patio is that club goers spend most of the night trekking from the dance floor to the bar, and if you have a table between those two destinations you’ll have a full view of the action.