This leading Las Vegas-style luxury resort has earned itself Forbes Five Star awards and the hotel continues to raise the bar for excellence and set the standard. The property features two luxurious towers – with more than 1,000 furnished rooms and suites equipped with modern facilities. You are welcome to enjoy fine dining at Michelin-star restaurants or unwind at the resorts two lavish spas and outdoor swimming pool with luscious gardens. If you’re looking for the most fashionable names in luxury retail and exciting entertainment, you need look no further than Wynn Macau Hotel.
Rotunda - Tree of Prosperity & Dragon of Fortune
Featuring spectacular and sparkling movement of kinetic sculptures, video, light and music, the Rotunda houses two of Wynn Macau’s one of a kind guest attractions – The Tree of Prosperity and the Dragon of Fortune. Symbolizing vitality, good fortune and well-being, these performances are designed to thrill and excite guests as they enter. In addition, the Rotunda includes a Chinese zodiac cupola and a Western zodiac dome.
Experience fine Chinese cuisine in a casual setting at Red 8. Skilled chefs offer a visual feast while preparing a variety of dim sum and specialty Cantonese and Northern Chinese noodles in a marvelous open kitchen. Enjoy authentically prepared Beijing duck cooked using aromatic apple wood in a traditional oven.
Lofty plumes of water and fire dance gracefully to choreographed music of all genres – from Broadway show tunes to renowned Chinese songs. Powerful LED lights add an extra dash of drama to the Performance Lake, creating intense blues and crimson reds for a dramatic burst of color.
Chef de Cuisine Hiroshi Kagata presents the traditional flavors of Japan in a contemporary setting at Mizumi. Dining at Mizumi is an enriching experience for the palate and eye. The restaurant's interior design is rich with motifs and icons that reflect the skillful craftsmanship of traditional Japanese artisans. The signature creations and meticulous preparation of the finest Teppanyaki, Robatayaki, Sushi and other Japanese specialties take the essence of Japanese dining to new heights.
Master Liu Guo Zhu and his seven culinary disciples present the finest flavors of China’s north at this two-star Michelin restaurant. In addition to the revered cuisines of Shandong and Sichuan, Golden Flower offers a rare chance to experience authentic Tan cuisine, an exclusive culinary tradition from the Qing Dynasty. The delicacies of Tan are rooted in the passion of a historic Cantonese official who took up residence in Beijing, and made it his personal quest to blend the finest of northern and southern cuisines.
For casual diners seeking culinary favorites from around the world, this international café overlooking luscious gardens offers a colorful menu of Asian, Macanese, Mediterranean and international dishes. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily.
Café Encore presents a distinguished menu of fresh and delicious Chinese specialties. Its design is a twist on a classic European café, inspired by Italian art
99 Noodles specializes in Chinese regional hand-pulled and cut noodle dishes featuring an interactive menu set in a fanciful Chinoiserie-inspired environment.
The dramatic décor in this two-star Michelin restaurant is as unique as its sumptuous Cantonese cuisine. Guests can enjoy an array of hand-made dim sum and barbecued dishes served daily for lunch
Chef de Cuisine Anthony Alaimo brings the colors and flavors of Italy to Macau, creating classic Italian specialties from gourmet pizzas and hand-crafted pastas to authentic dishes. Ristorante il Teatro – the Italian word for theater – mesmerizes you in an extraordinary evening of fine food and entertainment. Inside, our open kitchen is designed for you to view our chefs as they cook, while the spectacular lights, music, color and fire effects from the Performance Lake outside offer the perfect entertainment to make your evening an unforgettable dining experience.