Wynn Resorts has announced that on Thursday April 8th the Encore will reopen fully with the hotel and casino returning to a seven day a week schedule instead of the hotel closing Monday through Wednesday.
Even though the hotel and casino will be fully open the restaurants and spa will still be open less hours so check with the resort or the particular location to get current hours during your visit.
If you are a fan of British singer songwriter Robbie Williams it looks like you will have to wait a while to see him in Las Vegas as his upcoming eight concerts have been canceled.
The eight shows were planned from July 3rd until the 15th at the Encore Theater on the Strip. The fact the shows were canceled isn’t a surprise as many shows have been cancelled because of the current Corona virus situation.
Robbie Williams is a big star among the Latin community in the United States and Latin America and most likely the Las Vegas shows will happen in the future when things hopefully get back to normal.
English singer songwriter Robbie Williams is returning to Las Vegas for another mini residency in the Encore Theater. Robbie Williams is a big star in United Kingdom but he is not well known in the United States outside the Hispanic community.
Robbie Williams has sold an amazing 75 million albums and he is the best selling non Latino artist in Latin America. The mini residency is called Live In Las Vegas and will have shows March 24, 25, 27, 28 and 31st with additional dates April 1, 3 and 4th. Tickets for the 1,500 seat theater go on sale November 21st but no price has been announced yet/
Wynn Las Vegas has announce that it will offer complimentary valet parking at both Las Vegas properties the Wynn and the Encore starting at midnight September 30th. According to announcement all guests will be able to receive free valet parking without any conditions or validation. Back in May of this year the company changed all its self parking at both properties to free with valet only free for hotel guests and now with the change both are free for all guests. The parking charge is one of the many charges such as resort fees that have annoyed visitors to Las Vegas and, Wynn made many people happy in May when it backed off from charging for parking.
Amazingly in Las Vegas you can get a tour of a hotel suite just by asking, the availability of the tours depends on which suites are not booked as well as staff availability to show you. The larger properties such as the Mirage, Bellagio, Wynn, Encore are the most likely to accomadate you they are also some of the properties with the best suites; If you are interested just call the property and ask the hotel desk for the availability of touring a suite.
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