Explosion of flowers at the Wynn
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Explosion of flowers at the Wynn
The Wynn Las Vegas’ atrium, with marble floors inlaid with mosaics and decorative swirls in the carpets, lets some natural light flow into the casino itself. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)
Shopping at the Wynn
A couple linger in a shoe store at the Wynn hotel. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)
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A waterfall at the Wynn, part of a design centerpiece, is the backdrop for a table in a Japanese restaurant. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)
Heads up?
Guests at the Wynn can tee off at the golf course or just gaze as they graze. The resort, on the site of the Desert Inn, is a little less showy than the Bellagio. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)
Fine dining
Steve Wynn is largely responsible for the explosion of fine dining (and fine shopping and fine everything- else) in Las Vegas. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)
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Five years ago, Steve Wynn cashed in his Bellagio chips, then bought and tore down the iconic Desert Inn to build his new resort. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)
Graceful Wynn
From the outside, there’s nothing Bellagio about Wynn Las Vegas. Architecturally, it is slim and graceful, wrapped in skin-tight bronze. It’s coy compared with his earlier projects. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)
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A cocktail lounge at Wynn Las Vegas is decorated with colorful parasols hanging from the ceiling. (Lawrence K. Ho / LAT)
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Lobby of the Venetian casino. (Richard Cummins)
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Seafood at the Circa restaurant in the Bellagio casino. (Lee Foster)
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The city where Elvis Presley, Jon Bon Jovi and Britney Spears said, “I do.” (Richard Cummins)
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Summerlin Casino Resort (Richard Cummins)
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The Strip (Ray Laskowitz)
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The land of slots, ribs and burgers. (Chris Mellor)
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The city at night. (Richard Cummins)
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World’s neon capital (Lee Foster)
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