Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Char1, Aug 16, 2015.
Just upgraded to a tower suite at Encore is it worth it?
(39th Wedding Anniversary)
Yes, I say because it is better service, clothes pressing each day, complimentary breakfast for two (from a menu of a few items) in your room, nice turndown service with chocolates, his and her slippers, fitness center (NOT spa) included and NO resort fee and I think more toiletries than in a regular Encore room though the basic suite in the main part of Encore Hotel and the suite in the Towers are the the same. I even love the Encore Tower Suites check in area. The entire hotel is wonderful but I love the sheer beauty, elegance and serenity of the Encore Tower Suites check in.
What about the Tower Suite private Pool, what is that all about?
I believe the "Tower Suite" private pool is only found at Wynn (as a guest at Encore you can access it don't worry). The pool is located on top of the main Wynn pool and is accessible via the Wynn Tower Suites lobby. They have attendants there who will set up your chair with a towel and will rearrange your chair and even bring over an umbrella for you if requested. Finding a server to take care of your beverage requests is of no issue. Basically the ratio of employee to guest is very low making sure that your needs while at the pool are taken care of. It is a nice touch.
Thank for the info all.
Wynncore88 maybe we'll run into each other.
Thanks for that info. I've now stayed in the Encore Tower Suites twice and haven't made it over to see the Wynn Tower Suites pool but will definitely do so three weeks from today! I was curious about the Wynn Tower Suites lounge, where folks go for coffee or a drink in the evening. Is that open to everyone or just to folks staying in the Wynn Tower Suites? What's it like?
The Wynn Tower Suites lounge is very close to the Red 8 restaurant which is just off the Wynn casino. Walking from Encore you'll pass through the Encore esplanade, enter the Wynn casino and immediately go left. The following will all be on your left: The Drugstore Cafe, then a gift shop, the elevator bank for Wynn, a hallway where the Buffet/Country Club is, the cashier, the high limit room and then I believe finally the Wynn Tower Suites Lounge. It's accessible by all and is not closed off or "guarded" by security. It is very nice and open, it has a bar of course that is much smaller than what you'd find elsewhere in the more public areas of the resort, but it is very quaint and comfortable, but nothing out of this world, or "must see."
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