Opened since 2006, Wynn Macau was the first property by Wynn Resorts in town. Ten years later, the brand extended their presence in town with the establishment of Wynn Palace Cotai. Conveniently located in the city centre, nearby Nam Van Lake, the sophisticated resort is not far from Senado Square.
A Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Hotel, Wynn Macau is celebrated for its elegance and for providing guests with an exceptional service. 1004 well-appointed guest rooms equipped with thoughtful amenities offer fantastic views of Nam Van Lake and the city’s glittering skyline, thanks to their floor-to-ceiling windows.
Guests may roam the resort and enjoy amazing installations designed to entertain: alternately, the Three of Prosperity and and the Dragon of Fortune come to life in a dazzling show to pay tribute to the four seasons, while also invoking thoughts of well-being and success. As one steps outside the hotel main lobby, the Performance Lake greets guests with a spectacle of dancing fountains, music, colour and fire roughly every 15 minutes.
Moreover, the resort features nine dining venues, ranging from casual to fine and three bars/lounges. For those craving for Cantonese cuisine, sushi, Italian favourites or even a quick bite, these venues promise to deliver delectable food prepared by teams of skilled chefs. Dining highlights include Wynn Macau’s signature restaurant Wing Lei, recipient of a Michelin star for eleven consecutive years, Ristorante Il Teatro, serving genuine Italian cuisine and offering front-row views of Wynn Macau’s Performance Lake and from most tables and Cafe Esplanada, featuring a menu that includes the best of Asian, Macanese, Mediterranean and international cuisines.