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Imagine stepping into a color-saturated, whimsical environment that manages to be both elegant and over-the-top Las Vegas appropriate at the same time, and you've got the interior design style of Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel and casino features a contemporary design style, with oversized chandeliers, columns and other elements that give a sense of intimacy to the large scale of the resort. The color red — considered lucky in Asian cultures — is used generously throughout public spaces, as is the resort's signature hand-painted butterfly motif, found in the mosaic-tiled floors and custom, colorful carpets and painted ceilings. In the guest areas, dramatic, glossy black embossed wallpaper offset by creamy crown moldings make for a luxurious backdrop to the elegant, upscale rooms. Elsewhere, unique decorative items can be found throughout the space, from the massive crystal dragon and peacocks outside Wazuzu, one of the hotel's restaurants, to the live arbor of trees and foliage near the main casino. If you find yourself coveting any of the decorative accents you find in your room, you can shop for them at the Homestore, located in the Encore shopping esplanade. The shop is stocked with the resort's luxury linens, signature fragrance, decorative Buddhas, geodes and more.
Encore Las Vegas continues the Wynn Resorts tradition of creating extraordinary interior environments that will elevate your experience to unprecedented heights. Unique and opulent, each space within Encore has been meticulously chosen to meet and exceed the expectations of even the most discerning travelers.
Central to Encore's fanciful, intimate atmosphere are sunlit corridors with flowering atria and sprawling pools visible throughout the property. Natural light floods the resort to reveal signature mosaics of vibrant butterflies, textured environments and elegant detailing.
The guest room palette features striking contemporary profiles of lacquered ebony surrounding polished white sycamore millwork and houndstooth wall covering. With a division between the bedroom and sitting room, the open-plan suites allow for views of the Las Vegas skyline throughout the room via expansive floor-to-ceiling windows.