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Wynn standard deluxe rooms

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by vegaslord, Aug 1, 2018.

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  1. vegaslord

    vegaslord Tourist

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    Does anybody know if there are any two queen beds over at Wynn? From what I heard, they are only two double beds available in both their standard and Tower Suites.
     
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    What I'm seeing on the website agrees with you, however the Encore suites are listed as having queens.
     
  3. spdandpwr

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    I'll tell you now that even the king rooms aren't full-sized kings. They are just too small.
     
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    They may say Double Bed on the website but they feel like a Queen - size wise.
     
  5. Gypsy21

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    So, small kings and big doubles? Sounds like you're getting a queen no matter what way you go lol.

    I've never stayed in a room with doubles, so I can't comment on those. As far as the kings go, they're no California, but if they're smaller than a normal King the difference wasn't big enough for me to notice.
     
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    I agree with @Gypsy21 ..
     
  7. spdandpwr

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    I have photos of the king, maybe it's a perception thing. I also remember there being less space between the gf and I when on that bed compared to the King I have at home. To be fair, almost all hotels have undersized kings. In fact, they go for "Super Queens" versus using kings. This has been discussed on many other forums if you're interested in me sending you the link.
     
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    I would go with Aria or Bellagio beds if I were going to buy one.
     
  10. Dean Martin

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    Interesting... I could have sworn the Wynn beds were queens in the 2 bed room. Must be thinking Encore. They’ll usually move you st no addl cost unless they’re really booked.
     
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