Wynn Las Vegas announces June 4 reopening date

i By May 28, 2020 No Comments

Wynn Las Vegas will reopen both towers and casinos and all of its restaurants on Thursday, June 4, under phase two of the Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery plan from Governor Steve Sisolak. Its newest restaurant, Elio, will open later in the month.

In preparation for the resort’s reopening, Wynn has created a comprehensive new health and safety plan outlined in this video.

“We are ready to provide our guests with a full Las Vegas experience with a collection of luxury amenities and unmatched service,” said Wynn Resorts CEO Matt Maddox. “At the same time, our extensive Health & Safety Plan, validated by the nation’s leading public health experts, will enable a safe environment for our guests. The entire Wynn team is looking forward to welcoming our guests back.”

In addition to reopening the towers, casinos and restaurants, the resort will also offer guests excess to:

  • All resort pools with private cabanas
  • Wynn’s 18-hole championship golf course
  • Nightly entertainment at the Lake of Dreams
  • Three retail esplanades
  • Full-service beauty salons, barbershop, spa treatments and fitness centres

To protect the well-being of all guests, the resort has implemented new measures in social distancing, touchless technologies and cleaning protocols. These enhancements include:

  • Non-invasive thermal temperature checks and face coverings provided at all entrances.
  • Automatic hand sanitizer stations, UV Technology, and electrostatic sprayers used throughout the resort.
  • Sealed guest rooms after sanitization by the resort’s professional housekeeping staff.
  • Amenity kids including sanitizing wipes, hand sanitizer, and face coverings in each guest room.
  • Dedicated team of cleaning professionals sanitizing public guest areas 24 hours a day.

In addition, Wynn employees are required to wear face coverings at all times and have all been tested for Covid-19 before returning to work.

The Wynn Resorts Health & Safety Plan was created in consultation with leading public health medical professionals from Georgetown and Johns Hopkins Universities in addition to recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD) and the Gaming Control Board (GCB).