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Any room noise at Wynn?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by mafig, Mar 22, 2017.

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  1. mafig

    mafig Low-Roller

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    Are there any rooms that have a lot of club noise at Wynn?

    We would be there in July ~ Monday - Thursday.
     
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    sunshine54 High-Roller

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    spdandpwr VIP Whale

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    I thought Encore got most of the club noise. Such a shame that such a nice property is essentially ruined by club goers. Not sure what mr wynn was thinking. To this end, VP does a much better job of isolating the riff raff
     
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    thecarve Misanthrope

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    None at Wynn. Encore facing south - yes, always. (Facing north is fine, though.)
     
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  5. Jidery

    Jidery Low-Roller

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    Wynn can be noisy depending on the room. Higher floors are best.

    Encore is loud on the south side. Don't do it.
     
  6. Geogran

    Geogran Whooo. Whooo.

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    Never hear any noise at Wynn when we stay.
    Don't stay at Encore anymore but don't recall noise the times we stayed.
     
  7. Flowers

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    I am a regular in Encore and I like the south view as it has a nice view of the strip. Low floors during club nights can be an issue but I've stayed many times on high floors and I haven't heard a peep.
     
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    I totally agree but.....He's thinking about the same thing he's been thinking about for years......$$$ I do have to say that as much as I love Encore, I don't think there is a more bipolar property in Vegas. Early evening is classy and like a casino you'd see in a James Bond movie with great music playing....late night and very early morning is like a frat party in heels.
     
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  9. Jidery

    Jidery Low-Roller

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    To be fair, Wynn goes where the money is. There is demand for a "classy" club scene.
     
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    I agree totally and that is what I was saying or at least meant to say, is that Steve Wynn follows the money as any good CEO should. Now in regards to whether Wynncore has a "classy" club scene, if you've ever been in the Encore casino about 5-6am after XS closes or 5pm after Encore Beach Club closes, I'd struggle to call that classy by any stretch of the imagination.
     
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    Jidery Low-Roller

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    I get what you mean, I guess I'm trying to say there is demand for a high end club scene. That doesn't mean the patrons are high end
     
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    Hi guys, me and my buddy are staying at Encore in September, we plan on doing some partying but I need some good night rest, say we are in a noisy Encore room on the south side would it help if we complained about the noise or even mentioned that we like our night rest at checking in?
     
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    Ask for a north facing room at check in. Or just a "quiet room". They've always accommodated my requests in this regard. Once or twice I had to wait a few hours until the room was ready though.
     
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    BenjaminNicholas Low-Roller

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    Wynncore left truly classy behind years ago. The design may be top-tier, but his clientele has changed a lot.

    For me, classy is staying at Mandarin. It's a very un-vegas experience in the heart of the strip.
     
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    I also think Bellagio does a great job of classing it up -- even with Hyde and their nightlife venues, they don't obstruct from the vibe of the venue.
     
  16. BenjaminNicholas

    BenjaminNicholas Low-Roller

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    I would agree about Bel. Sure, they attract a bus crowd with the conservatory and the fountain show, but I'd deal with that sooner than the EDM children who 'live large' for a weekend and wreak havoc.
     
  17. Wynncore88

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    I couldn't agree more. The "patrons" exiting from Encore Beach Club who stream into Encore (near VDKA) completely wasted and/or tripping on whatever pills/powder they've been taking all day is an absolute train wreck! I also smirk when I happen to be driving out of Wynn self park when EBC is closing only to see several $30K a year "millionaires" surrounded by Metro.

    In the defense of Wynn, from what I understand, people caught using drugs on property are immediately ejected, arrested by Metro and are "dealt with" accordingly. If they're falling down drunk they are also escorted out. Ahh...Vegas day parties...
     
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