Hotel room renovations keep coming to Las Vegas and the latest brings new furnishings and technology to the 2,034 suites inside Encore Las Vegas.
By this fall, all the rooms inside
should have new floor coverings and custom bed linens.
The resort’s Roger Thomas, the interior designer who created the chichi looks at Wynn as well as the Bellagio, added touches such as 55-inch televisions, USB ports and outlets for smart phones and tablets. In addition, there will be controls to adjust curtains and lighting in the suites, which start at 700 square feet.
Thomas relied on neutral colors, textures and fabrics. Another luxury amenity can be found in the 507-thread count bed sheet made with 100 percent Egyptian cotton. That $9 million investment makes Wynn and Encore “the only resorts in the world to feature the highest thread-count bed sheets in every standard guest room,” according to a press statement.
The resort’s Homestore on the Encore Esplanade and Wynn LVNV in the Wynn Esplanade both plan to sell the sheets, along with the Wynn Dream Beds found in every room.
Bonus: London skincare company Molton Brown created its first bespoke hotel collection dubbed Coco & Tonka Bean exclusively for Wynn. Now guests can use the hand and body wash, lotion, shampoo and conditioner found in hotel room, and slip the leftovers in their luggage.
Rooms start at $169 per night.