Wynn De­sign com­poses new vari­a­tions for its five-star rooms in Ma­cau.

AWynn Re­sorts re­design means far more than keep­ing ahead of hos­pi­tal­ity trends. Steve Wynn’s re­sorts in Las Ve­gas and Ma­cau gar­nered 10 five-star awards—more than any other in­de­pen­dent hote­lier in the world—from the 2014 Forbes Travel Guide Star Rat­ing list. Wynn Ma­cau and Encore at Wynn Ma­cau, the youngest sib­lings in the Wynn fam­ily, hold the dis­tinct honor of be­ing rated among Forbes Travel Guide’s most elite group of re­sorts world­wide for fives­tar awards in its ho­tel, din­ing, and spa cat­e­gories. When Wynn’s con­stantly evolv­ing de­sign process turned to­ward the rooms and suites at Wynn Ma­cau, Roger Thomas, ex­ec­u­tive vice pres­i­dent of de­sign for Wynn De­sign and De­vel­op­ment, set about cre­at­ing a fresh new look for the Wynn Tower. “We de­cided to un­veil a strik­ing new look at the tower, of­fer­ing guests a lux­u­ri­ous home away from home fea­tur­ing be­spoke touches for the rooms and suites to el­e­vate our sin­gu­lar guest ex­pe­ri­ence,” says Thomas. Thomas would rely on new vari­a­tions on wall cov­er­ings, car­pets, chairs, and couches, as well as draperies and lamps to cre­ate a lighter, airier at­mos­phere for the rooms. “I wanted the rooms to be very up­lift­ing,” says Thomas. “I al­ways de­sign guest rooms I want to live in. Com­fort and style are of equal con­cern.”

Be­spoke twotone metal­lic leaf night ta­ble lamps in the 2,000-square­foot onebed­room suites were crafted to re­sem­ble a styl­ized am­phora.

Two-bed­room suites now fea­ture 70-inch LCD tele­vi­sions in the liv­ing room.

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