When it comes to creative event offerings, Wynn has been a leader. A lot of companies have been scaling back as they're trying to figure out how to emerge from the pandemic, but Wynn has spent almost a billion dollars improving Wynn Las Vegas.
Renovations & Upgrades
Since 2019, Wynn has completed a 300,000-square-foot convention center expansion, including an 84,000-square-foot ballroom and a 40,000-square-foot outdoor pavilion area. It has terraces that surround the golf course and capitalize on the natural light. The current space flows seamlessly to the new space.
Not to sit on their laurels, they also completed a $200 million renovation of every room and suite at Wynn Las Vegas. So even groups who have been there before will have a new experience.
Wynn added two new restaurants. Delilah is based off the theme of a 1920s-30s supper club with live entertainment every night. And they’ve opened a new coastal Mexican restaurant called Casa Playa over at Encore, along with two new lounges.
Something else that sets Wynn apart is that for group dining, every meal is plated, given to the server and brought to the table. They can do a 2,000-person event and give you a choice of entrée, which on that scale and that volume is very difficult to pull off.
Wynn’s outdoor venues and their scalability makes it perfect for groups. They have four venues that can do a 3,000-person party — all outside, all different. Since the pandemic, outdoor space has become very sought after and Wynn delivers.
Sustainability is a hot topic these days. Wynn has solar panels on the roof of all of their new spaces and can operate on 100 percent renewable energy. They also have a program where they can ensure an event has a zero-carbon footprint.
Wynn’s 18-hole championship golf course is on property, which a great option for incentive groups. On Nov. 8, they debuted a brand new show called Awakening, which they spent $120 million to produce and is worth every penny.
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