Now Open: Wynn Palace

Gaming operator Wynn Resorts has opened the new Wynn Palace in Macau’s Cotai district today after 6 years of development.


Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Steve Wynn unveiled the company’s second Macanese property in the presence of government officials, members of the media, VIPs and guests. Situated minutes from Macau International Airport and the Taipa Ferry Terminal, the floral-themed Wynn Palace was built at a cost of USD 4.2 billion and becomes the territory’s latest go-to destination with several signature attractions.


Headlining the features is the 8-acre Performance Lake and its accompanying choreographed musical fountain shows, achieved by 1,195 water jets shooting 8 million gallons of water into the air to a diverse program of Chinese, European and American songs, operatic arias and musical numbers. Adding a new viewing perspective from more than 27 meters above the lake is the air-conditioned SkyCab ropeway system transporting guests directly into the heart of the resort, where the massive “Carousel” and “Ferris Wheel” floral sculptures (fabricated using more than 100,000 fresh flowers) from renowned designer Preston Bailey await. Guests can also marvel at the extensive collection of fine and decorative art valued in excess of USD 125 million, including a quartet of rare Qing-dynasty porcelain vases that are among the finest examples of chinoiserie in the world.


Wynn Palace offers 1,706 guestrooms and suites, luxuriously furnished with the latest in-room technology and numerous personal touches overseen by Steve Wynn. Accompanying the spectacular accommodations is a collection of fine dining and casual restaurants, including Wing Lei Palace and its adjacent Wing Lei Bar, featuring an 18th century crystal chandelier valued at more than USD 25 million. Andrea’s serves a blend of contemporary Chinese dishes and cocktails highlighted by a high-energy music playlist, SW Steakhouse offers exceptional steaks and seafood in an elegant setting and a theatrical vignette every 20 minutes, while the finest seafood is meticulously handcrafted by master chefs at Mizumi.


The resort’s spa is the largest in Macau and features 22 treatment rooms and the pool overlooks the Performance Lake, guaranteeing one of the best views of the dancing fountains. Completing the facilities lineup is the Wynn Esplanade, home to over 50 of the most renowned names in luxury retail.


Wynn Palace doubles Wynn Resorts’ Macau presence, joining the existing Wynn Macau resort which opened in 2006.


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