A luxury landmark in Macau

460 Rooms / 544 Suites

Well-heeled travelers flock to Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Wynn Macau, and it’s easy to see why. The high-ceilinged lobby sets the stage with the signature Wynn bright and whimsical carpet pattern with reds, golds and blues, an elaborate crimson chandelier and a back wall of windows that look out on the foliage-flanked pool. The rooms won’t disappoint, either. The colors vary in each room — walls might be covered in rich grasscloth or light fabric — but they are all bold and warm with duvet-topped beds, overstuffed sofas and cutting-edge technology, such as plasma TVs and remote-controlled window coverings. Suites have his and her bathrooms with personalized amenities, spa rooms and cozy dens. Allow the spa staff to dote on you, or pick up something chic at Chanel or another one of the luxury shops on the premises. Then head for a private Cantonese dinner at Wing Lei, a restaurant with striking red walls and décor, including a showstopping flying dragon made of 90,000 Swarovski crystals. Otherwise, there’s Japanese spot Mizumi, Tan cuisine (a blend of southern and northern Chinese flavors) at Golden Flower at Encore Macau, Italian at Ristorante il Teatro, pan-Asian at Red 8 and an international menu at Café Esplanada to make you feel at home. End the evening at the Tree of Prosperity, an hourly light show and theatrical display that draws on Chinese beliefs. But before you go jetting off on your hedonistic getaway, be sure to book the Wynn well in advance, since it fills up quickly.

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