LeRevé Show is excellent! Decor of hotel is absolutely wonderful and tastefully done. We liked the "Allegro" Restaurant best of all, and also their food and service. Check-in was very swift and well organized, the lady knew what she was doing (Lang). Shower is the best of any hotel we have ever been too anywhere in the world.
Food at the "Buffet" was fair, and extremely expensive! $73 for a Sunday morning brunch, like it or not, is excessive for 2 seniors who do not eat heaps of food on plates! Just a little fruit and a couple of pieces of toast with butter and jam and a coffee - $73? No champagne! Nuts!
Going around the corner to the 'a la carte' Terrace Pointe Café wasn't any better or cheaper for the same, more or less: A small fruit platter ($16), toast, coffee, 2 small orange juices = $60! You've got to be kidding! Is it the unions that caused these prices, or the greed of the hotel companies? Temperature in this place was so cold I had to go get a sweater and a jacket, as we couldn't get a seat on the terrace without an excessively long wait.
Staying in the Tower Suites supposedly gets you some fringe benefits, like shorter lines, reservations and special seating etc. Being my birthday we made reservations with the concierge for the Ming Lei restaurant and were offered a nice window table, looking at the garden and the flowers. Instead, we were seated next to the loudest and rowdiest bunch of people in the hotel. I ad to literally "yell" at my wife so she could understand what I was saying, and vice versa. After I complained enough they eventually seated us further back and next to a window, which diminished the noise a bit, but it was still loud, because the acoustics in this place are bad!
Service in the Terrace Pointe Cafe was bad, and pushy. We thought perhaps they needed to establish a new record in getting people out the door like in a fast food joint!
We like Steve Wynn, founder and CEO, and he can do all the hotel tours on TV he wants, but there are many shortcomings! For two people who have worked in the hospitality industry like my wife and I have for nearly four decades, we have the right to report to you these observations. In short, the negative outweighed the positive, and so we would not go back to the Wynn.