Wynn Macau

A luxury landmark in Macau
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 of 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 but they are all bold and warm with duvet-topped beds, overstuffed sofas and cutting-edge technology, such as LCD TVs and remote-controlled window coverings.

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 bathed in yellow and coral — a palette inspired by Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers painting — and a show-stopping flying dragon made of 90,000 Swarovski crystals.

Before you go jetting off on your hedonistic getaway, be sure to book the Wynn well in advance, since it fills up quickly.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Whether or not you’re a gambler, visiting the casino at Wynn Macau is a thrill. Stroll through the red-carpeted maze of baccarat tables, slot machines and VIP lounges with a tasty cup of hot tea in hand as you marvel at the casino culture in a city that rakes in five times more money than Las Vegas.
  • Five-Star Wynn Macau’s pool area is flush with gardens and palm trees and is heated year-round. Attendants deliver sunscreen on silver trays and heated towels are available if there’s a slight chill in the air.
  • The floor-to-ceiling windows spanning a full wall of every guest room offer prime views of sparkling Nam Van Lake and the glitzy skyline of the Macau strip.
  • Don’t get up—really—because everything you need is available bedside at the flip of a switch. Before drifting off to sleep, simply press a button to close the curtains on the bright lights of Macau, and press another to dim the lighting in your room.
  • Whatever request you can dream up, staff members will find a way to fulfill it, doing so in a thoughtful and genuine manner that makes you feel at home.
Things to Know
  • Crowds of people gather for Five-Star Wynn Macau’s flashy exhibitions including a nightly light and water symphony running every fifteen minutes at the hotel’s Performance Lake.
  • It’s best to check beforehand what the minimum bets are for your games of choice so you know how much cash to bring.
  • Unlike Vegas casinos that seek to loosen you up with alcohol, Macanese casinos do not serve adult beverages. Instead, servers come by with trolleys presenting hot tea in stylish glassware to keep you consistently caffeinated.
The Rooms
  • Choose between waking up to a vista of Nam Van Lake surrounded by Macau’s high rises or a lit-up panorama of Macau’s glitzy skyline in full; either way the view is enhanced by floor-to-ceiling windows spanning an entire wall.
  • Bedside remote controls allow you to simply press a button to close the curtains on the bright lights of Macau and to dim the lighting in your room before drifting off to sleep.
  • Sleep and relaxation are made easy by the centerpiece of your Five-Star guest room, a comfy cloud of a bed outfitted with 100 percent Egyptian cotton linens.
The Restaurants
  • The seasonal specialties menu at the contemporary Wing Lei features everything from double-boiled fish maw with seafood and bamboo piths in winter melon to a black truffle pudding.
  • Mizumi is an ode to Japanese cuisine. Enjoy fresh, seasonal ingredients flown in from Japan (like sea urchin from Hokkaido and tuna from Aomori) and a sake list with more than 40 varieties at the counter or the main dining area.
  • Dim sum and congee, eggs and bacon, cured meats and pickled onions, fresh-squeezed tropical juices, freshly baked pastries…the list goes on and on. Café Esplanada’s breakfast buffet is a lavish spread.
  • Enjoy made-from-scratch pastas, fresh fish and hand-crafted pizzas at Wynn Macau’s Italian restaurant, Ristorante il Teatro, which happens to overlook Performance Lake, giving you prime views of the show as you dine.
24-hour room service
Babysitting services
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Getting There
Rua Cidade de Sintra, NAPE, Macau
MFM (12-16 min)   HKG (Ferry)  
Additional Details
If you fly into HKG, you must cross the bay by ferry to reach Macau.
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