Thanks go out to Chris in Hong Kong for sending his photos of the Wynn Macau opening and shedding a little light on the layout of the place, as no property map is currently available.
First off, some additional interior photos:
More today from the Las Vegas media:
Keep reading after the jump.
I find it interesting that of all the things to bring over from Las Vegas, they include Tryst. I am curious to hear more about the nightclub scene in Macau.
I asked Chris about the layout of Wynn Macau. Here's his response:
"It's pretty straightforward actually. Immediately after the front entrance is reception. The outdoor pool / garden area is immediately behind reception (and at the rear of the hotel tower). So if you would in the front entrance you end up at a T intersection facing the glass wall behind which the pool / garden is, and you can choose to walk left along a hallway which appears to be all shops and a path through to a ballroom up an escalator, or walk down the hallway to the right where Tryst is the first thing on your left (it has a wall of windows looking out towards the pool / garden). There are some more shops to the right, and then just past Tryst is the entrance to the casino on the left. At the rear of the casino (and at the back end of the building) is the cafe, Wynn store (I think they call it "Sundries" and a few other bits and pieces... The fine dining restaurants and "Wynn Club" (which I gather is the VIP room(s)) are on the second floor."
He also mentioned that the crowds were massive and his wait to get in was about 40 minutes.
This makes me even more excited about Macau. I've been thinking about going for a couple of years and now I'm determined. Some folks want to wait for Cotai but I think I'll be going sooner rather than later, though probably not until early 2007.