A few weeks ago I finally checked “Wynn Staycation” off of my Las Vegas bucket list. Our stay at the Wynn was the Ultimate Las Vegas Staycation. Scroll down to see what our family has been up to!
We have eaten there many times but had never actually stayed there. The first thing I did when I got there? Threw on the robe. Can we all take a moment to appreciate a good resort robe? Before I recap our stay, I have to point out my new chain necklace! It is the cutest every day piece. The exact style I have is the “medium chain necklace.” I’ll be sure to link all of my outfit details throughout the post as well!
The Ultimate Las Vegas Staycation: a Stay at The Wynn Hotel
We stayed at Wynn Tower Suites. A little fun fact: Brett used to valet here for many years! There are so many pools to choose from. Everyone was loving our matching outfits.
We had fun with the kids exploring the hotel and then it was time for some KID FREE time! It was our first kid free overnight time in 3.5 years. Our two nights at the Wynn FLEW by.
This dress was the perfect brunch and swim cover up outfit! Light, breezy, and comfortable. More on the best Wynn restaurants for brunch below!
This was Brett’s birthday! I wore this jumpsuit to dinner. I’ve been waiting months to finally wear it out.
A Las Vegas Staycation at The Wynn Hotel
The Wynn is known for it’s incredible restaurants, and this list below will not disappoint!
Brunch/Breakfast/Lunch at the Wynn Hotel:
Jardin: Dishes range from health-conscious to indulgent with an emphasis on impeccably fresh produce. Casual setting. Must try: Sticky bun, Chilaquiles.
Tableau: Must try: Beef tartare, peach cobbler French toast, flight of fresh juices, chicken sandwich.
Urth Caffe: A casual and light health conscious meal. Must try: Organic rising sun boba drink.
Dinner at the Wynn Hotel:
Elio: A contemporary Mexican restaurant and lounge. Must try: Mole de la casa, Tuna Tartare, lamb barbacoa
Costa Di Mare: Romantic restaurant renowned for its seafood flown in daily from Italy’s coasts. Must try: Tasting menu; Rombo.
Lakeside: Hawaiian seafood, line-caught by family fishermen in Hana, flown to Wynn and served fresher than even restaurants in Maui.
Hope you enjoyed this recap! Staying at the Wynn was truly the ultimate Las Vegas staycation. I will be writing a post on our experiences traveling during COVID times very soon so let me know if you have any specific questions for me!