Wynn Las Vegas, which opened in April 2005, is a 217-acre oasis where, outside by the barbell-shaped pool, the cluttered skyline disappears behind the bronze glint of a 50-story concave structure. Pleated iridescent bronze silk covers the walls of the sprawling grand casino, unlike the tranquil decor in the suite tower; its soft-white guest rooms offer views of the Strip through floor-to-ceiling windows. Accommodations Standouts among the 2,715 guest rooms are the suites in the tower, accessed via a private reception area and elevator, and the one- and two-bedroom Fairway Villas. Recreation Tee off at the Tom Fazio–designed golf course or shop Brioni, Dior Homme, and Manolo Blahnik at the Wynn Esplanade. Dining The resort’s nine fine-Dining options include Daniel Boulud Brasserie (traditional French) and Masa Ishizawa’s Okada. Worthy Diversion Take in one of Vegas’ flashiest scenes from a lakeside VIP table at Wynn’s Tryst nightclub, where you can sip a $3,000 cocktail. Rates From $1,500 for an upper-level, one-bedroom Fairway Villa to $5,000 for a two-bedroom unit with an infinity pool. Suites from $500.