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Wynn vs Four Seasons

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by spiritair, Feb 2, 2015.

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  1. spiritair

    spiritair Tourist

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    Title says it all.

    4 nights, during the week, at either a Wynn King room or 4 Seasons Superior, which is their basic room.

    Price is the same, we will have a rental car, we are not big gamblers, we like the shows, good food and drink, walking around.

    Looks like Wynn room is bigger. We have stayed at an Encore King room and it was really nice, but never been to 4 Seasons.

    On a separate note, how much nicer is the Wynn Tower King Room. I know the room itself is the same, but is it worth $100/night more over the non-Tower?

    thanks for your recommendations.
     
  2. schmalen1

    schmalen1 Low-Roller

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    When are you going? When it's pool weather, go for 4S!
     
  3. xmarksx

    xmarksx VIP Whale

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    Agree with Schmalen, Four Seasons during pool season due to the exclusive feel and service of their pool area (granted, Wynn is no slouch). However, Wynn is a better location as you are able to walk to Fashion Show. Also, Four Seasons charges for valet and parking is free at Wynn. I stayed in a Superior right after the Four Seasons remodel and I still prefer the Wynn rooms.
     
  4. spiritair

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    sorry for the long delay, have been busy. Going next week (February, so definitely not pool weather.) After further research, I think we will go for the Wynn Tower room. For the extra $100/night, you get a lot of nice things. We'll see.
     
  5. spiritair

    spiritair Tourist

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    Update:

    Went with the Wynn Tower Suite room, ended up being $70/night more because no resort fee. Included daily breakfast for 2 at Tableau. We had a GREAT time. Tower Suite definitely worth the upgrade. Outstanding service. Will be back! (hopefully in April)
     
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