1,706-Room Wynn Palace Opens in Macau

The 1,706-room Wynn Palace in Macau has opened, adding to the list of quality places in the city at which travellers can enjoy staying.

The resort offers 1,706 rooms, suites, and villas, with 22 treatment rooms for spa, as well as 18,580 square meters of luxury shopping, which is home to more than 50 of the most renowned names in retail.

On display throughout Wynn Palace are thousands of works of fine and decorative art, assembled over a six-year period and representing an investment in excess of US$125 million.

Among the highlights of the resort is the eight-acre Performance Lake and fountain show, with 1,195 water jets shooting eight million gallons of water into the air in more than a dozen intricately choreographed musical fountain shows, accompanied by a diverse programme of Chinese and western songs, operatic arias, and musical numbers.

Two massive floral sculptures are located in the South and North Lobby Atriums. Each brilliantly colored sculpture, one of a Carousel and the other a Ferris Wheel, is fabricated from more than 100,000 real flowers and move in time to music. The sculptures are custom-designed by renowned floral designer Preston Bailey.

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