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Wynn Macau
Wynn Macau
Wynn Macau
Facts and statistics
Address Rua Cidade de Sintra, NAPE, Macau
Opening date September 6, 2006
Theme Life Imitating Art
No. of rooms 600
Total gaming space 100,000 ft²
Signature attractions Tree of Life
Casino type Land-Based
American-styled casino
Owner Wynn Resorts Limited
Years renovated none

Wynn Macau (SEHK: 1128), owned by Wynn Resorts, is a luxury integrated resort in Macau Peninsula, Macau, People's Republic of China, offering gaming combined with a deluxe hotel, restaurants, designer shops, spa, and a "choreographed performance lake". It is the first Las Vegas-style integrated resort in Asia. It opened on September 6, 2006[1].

The first phase of Wynn Macau features 600 hotel rooms and suites, around 212 table games and 375 slot machines in approx 205,000 square feet (19,000 m2) of casino gaming space, five restaurants, 26,000 square feet (2,400 m2) of retail space, an atrium featuring a "golden tree of prosperity", a heated swimming pool, a spa, salon, 2 lounge & bar areas and 22,000 square feet (2,000 m2) of multi-purpose convention facilities.

Visitors wait for the Tree of Life show
A carved ceiling representing the signs of the Zodiac
Wynn Hotel and Casino, Macau, at night.



Fine Dining

  • Okada
  • Ristorante il Teatro
  • Wing Lei
  • Golden Flower

Casual Dining

  • Cafe Esplanada
  • Red 8

Bar & Lounge

  • Cinnebar
  • Wing Lei Lounge

Wynn Esplanade

Future expansion

Plans for the second phase of Wynn Macau were announced in 2005. Wynn Macau intends to open approximately 25,000 square feet (2,300 m2) of additional gaming space at Wynn Macau in the third quarter of 2007, which will include approximately 385 table games and 1200 slot machines, along with an additional restaurant. The remaining portion of the expansion will be opened subsequently. Once complete, the expansion is expected to add casino space, fine dining and gourmet restaurants, retail space, a theater and a dramatic front feature attraction.

Wynn Resorts has also submitted an application to the Macau government for a land concession for an additional 54 acres (220,000 m2) of land on the Cotai Strip in Macau for future development.

Encore at Wynn Macau.

The company is also constructing the Encore at Wynn Macau, which will be fully integrated into the existing operations at Wynn Macau and solidify Wynn Macau’s position as the premier destination in Macau. [2]


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Coordinates: 22°11′17″N 113°32′45″E / 22.18806°N 113.54583°E / 22.18806; 113.54583



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