Chuck at MacauTripping.com has posted a photo walkthrough of Wynn Macau with shots from his recent trip. A must see for Wynn fans.
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I just spent 4 days in Macau. Will try and send some digital video that my brother took. Spent a lot of time in the casino and at the outdoor part of the Cinnebar in Wynn (which is half of the old Tryst - the other half has become more gaming), but we stayed at Crown Macau, which was just awesome - easily the best hotel I've stayed at in Macau and right up there with the best I've stayed at around the world. The reception on 38th floor, rooftop bar, fantastic restaurants, ridiculously lavish facilities (infinity pool on 16F looking over Macau, gym, steam room, sauna etc) just made it a step above the others. Also a big fan of the decor. Pity their casino and restaurants in the casino section don't seem to be doing too great - they are already revamping the 3rd-5th floors. However, they did seem to have a good amount of VIPs going in the non-public casino section (and I did see an idiot blowing HK$30,000 a hand at one of the baccarat tables in the public section). Grand Lisboa was already looking tired - a lot of the tables already quite worn out and clearly not being maintained very well.
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