Last year, Wynn Resorts canceled massive expansion plans created by its namesake Steve Wynn. Machinery was already digging up the golf course to make way for Wynn Paradise Park when the team at Wynn decided to pull the plug.
Wynn even slowed the development of the land they own across the street. The undeveloped land was to become home to a new hotel and casino. They say plans for that land will be announced late in 2020 or early in 2021. Construction won’t begin on the land until 2021 at the earliest.
While there aren’t any grand plans for Wynn Las Vegas, they are maintaining and upgrading the existing luxury casino and resort. The golf course has been redesigned and will re-open later this year. Next year Wynn will see three new restaurants, renovated hotel rooms, and a new convention center.
Details on the room renovations aren’t available yet but we do have information on the new golf course and restaurants.
Wynn Golf Club
The 18-hole championship course at Wynn Las Vegas opens on Friday, October 11. Golf icon and course designer Tom Fazio, assisted by his son Logan, redesigned the golf course. The duo reimagined the popular golf course. The new course features significant elevation changes set against water features and mature trees that are unique to desert golf.
This is the only golf course directly connected to a casino-resort on the Las Vegas Strip. The new Wynn Golf Club sits on the historic site of the Desert Inn Golf Club, a legendary venue for celebrity and pro tour golf dating back to the 1950s.
Delilah Supper Club
Delilah Supper Club is slated to open during the spring of 2020. The Hollywood hotspot will take over the Chairman’s Salon at Wynn Las Vegas. Details of the new restaurant are sparse.
If the new venue is similar to the Los Angeles location guests can expect a throwback to supper clubs of the Roarin ’20s. The Los Angeles location has large banquets, live musical performances, vintage design, and classic American food.
Unnamed Contemporary Mexican Restaurant
Wynn Las Vegas will expand its culinary offerings with the unveiling of a new contemporary Mexican restaurant that will open sometime in the first half of 2020. This is a partnership with Enrique Olvera, Daniela Soto-Innes, and Santiago Perez, the team behind acclaimed restaurants Cosme and Atla in New York City and Damian, which will debut in Los Angeles.
The award-winning team will create a restaurant that combines authentic Mexican flavors, exceptional service, and a high-energy social atmosphere.
Chef Thomas Keller Restaurant
Chef Thomas Keller’s new restaurant will open at Wynn Las Vegas during the fall of 2020. The restaurant will be located in the space once occupied by The Country Club. While this restaurant doesn’t have a name yet, you may be familiar with Keller’s collection of restaurants include Bouchon, The French Laundry, Per Se, The Surf Club Restaurant and TAK Room.
“We couldn’t be more pleased to have Chef Thomas Keller join our expanding dining collection. Like Wynn, Chef Keller is not just in the business of exceeding expectations but creating memorable moments and delivering quality at a level unanticipated by guests,” said Wynn Resorts CEO Matt Maddox.
Marc Meltzer covers Las Vegas, gaming and men’s lifestyle for various outlets. Check out his blog at Edge Vegas.
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