We just got back from our trip from the Wynn and it is safe to summarize we had a very good time, This was a different trip not only due to Covid but because we brought our 13 year old daughter. This was a first for us but she is a very seasoned traveler. Instead, of doing a day by day report, my preference is to break it down by topic. Travel. Flew out out of IAD on United. We flew first class and the plane was 3/4 full. The person sitting across from wife was not keeping his mask on and also picking his nose. It really started to bother her. I said something to him and things improved with his mask wearing. Overall, flight was fine. By the time we got to the baggage carousel our bags were already there. Quickest I have ever made it out of LAS. Flight back was amazing. Plane was only about 1/4 full and we arrived almost an 1hr early. Must have had a hell of a tailwind. Bags again were sitting at the carousel. Wynn. The Wynn deserves the credit it receives in how it handles Covid. There was no slip in service but precautions were evident. The room was nice but we prefer the Encore rooms slightly more. There was a very heavy security presence. We expected there to be fewer people, especially during the middle of the week, but it seemed pretty busy throughout our stay. I think the good press that the Wynn has received might have helped. Moreover, the fact that there was a federal holiday might have also contributed to the crowds. I would say that the clientele seemed to differ from what is the traditional Wynn crowd. Overall, we felt very safe at the Wynn and there we no negative incidents outside of a couple people complaining about the mask rules. Restaurants. We ate the following restaurants: La Cave. Probably most disappointing experience of the trip. We went their the first night. There was some event going on in their patio. They had these bright photographer lights that were shining into the dining room. The lights were there so attendees could take group pictures. The lights were shining right into our face. We had to ask management to move, which was a chore in itself. The food was ok and so was the wine. One other annoyance is that restaurant provided us cocktail napkins to use as our dining napkin. They made up some lame excuse that this was some new requirement due to Covid, which was complete BS. Pizza Rock. Just amazing. Food and service were perfect. Lago. This was the best meal of the whole trip. We had a table right near the fountains so my daughter got a chance to finally experience them in their full glory. The food was fabulous and the sommelier helped us pick out a wonderful Sangiovese to go with our meal. Lakeside. Originally, we were scheduled to SW but apparently they had to close the restaurant for a week due to some plumbing issues. We enjoy seafood and the food was very tasty. I will say that the dress code went out the door. Some diners were wearing shorts and a t-shirt. I was surprised. Yardbird. I'm still full. It was delicious.