Wynn Las Vegas earns Travel + Leisure’s 2023 ‘Best Vegas Hotel’ award

July 12, 2023
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The destination has topped the list for the past four years.

Travel + Leisure has named Wynn Las Vegas the number one Las Vegas hotel in its 2023 World’s Best Awards list. This is the fourth year Wynn Las Vegas has grabbed the top spot in Travel + Leisure, which rates and recognizes the world top resorts, hotels, travel destinations and companies.

Wynn Las Vegas recently unveiled its “only-in-Las-Vegas” spectacle, called Awakening. The show offered guests high-energy entertainment in the destination’s Awakening Theater, which included acrobatics, aerialists and a vigorous choreography set.

The hotel also gave visitors a curated health and wellness program this year, Wynn Living Well, which offers three pillars where guests can “renew, replenish and re-energize” while they travel.

Wynn Las Vegas President Steve Weitman took a moment to thank the hotel’s team members for their efforts and credited them for Wynn’s latest achievement.

He said, "We are especially grateful to our hard-working employees and their dedication to delivering the highest level of service.

"Their commitment to creating unforgettable experiences and fostering a world-class atmosphere allows us to once again be awarded the title of Best Hotel in Las Vegas by Travel + Leisure – a recognition we're thrilled to receive."

Travel + Leisure compiles its World's Best Awards results by tallying votes from more than 100,000 readers, as well as through an annual survey. The magazine asks participants to rate travel destinations based on their location, services, food, value, facilities and the quality of the rooms.

Wynn Las Vegas is one of four destinations owned by Wynn Resorts, which recently gained recognition by Points of Light as a 2023 honoree on The Civic 50 list.


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