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So disappointed how bad the service is here. I know Steve would never approve of this service The bartenders all seem miserable and are more concerned with the games than the patrons If you want quality table service and food and a relaxed comfy environment to watch some sports and races then the Wynn Book is your place.
We went a little higher end and got the couch for the afternoon block of NCAA football which ran hours for a couch that was minimum but you can spend less than that for a smaller area. With enough people and food and drink this shouldn't be a problem to cover for the quality. The ladies waited on us like royalty do u ever get the feeling that some of the servers in Vegas have checked out and are going through the motions not these ladies.
I was actually surprised at the quality of food and desserts also. They remodeled and upgraded the book. Almost forgot to mention that. If you want a higher end sports book experience with comfort for a fair Vegas price check it out. Love the Wynn Sports-book. It's so luxurious and the screens are huge. If staying at the Wynn, it's not too far from the elevators! You can grab all the future props and bring them to your room, study, make your picks and in ten minutes place your wagers.
The staff are friendly and accommodating not intimidating like other sport-books that I've visited. Be sure to provide your players card to be rewarded. Good luck and see you soon. After walking around to all the strip sports books, overall, Wynn had the best odds.
It isn't the nicest or fanciest place, but they seem to have the most friendly odds. The staff are friendly and the sporting odds are organized nicely on the back wall--you can take multiple copies with you to study and come back to place your bets.
Only qualm I have is the big screens don't monopolize on major sports and instead stick to the horse races. I assume they don't want it to become a sports bar with throngs standing and just watching for the hell of it. This is my go to place. The new sportsbook is out of this world amazing.
All I could say is Wow when I walked in! Johnny the director is really the wizard of odds Best sportsbook in Vegas! Just went recently and love the new layout and design.
This is the only sportsbook I will go to in vegas. Always 5 star For a strip casino, this sports book is super easy to get in and out of to make a bet or cash a ticket if your lucky!! I have been placing my action here alot recently bc the lines have been the best in town for the games that I wanted to wager on without having to pay too much juice on my picks.
This casino is amazing how clean and polished it is. I also love the buffet here as it offers great ambience with not being extravagantly overpriced. Check this sports book out if your on the strip and looking to place a wager on your favorite football team. Omfg this is probably one of the most dated sportsbooks on the Strip, and hilariously it is at the Wynn a five diamond resort. I came here to bet and watch baseball.
You have to bring your own headphones if you decide to watch the game on a personal TV stuck in the late 90's. There's no drink service that i'm aware of, and very poor air circulation.
The TV is ultimately what killed it. You have to manually scroll through channels to get the event you want, by pressing a button on the side.
The lag is incredible. Also, in addition, the TV I was using had ghost lines on the screen. I moved stations and the next TV could not find the channel No Signal.
I don't care about personal TVs, but don't offer them if they're poor quality. You're the Wynn after all. Here's what I mean: However, the sportsbook is the worst.
In the sportsbook they have low limits, they have poor drink service, they prefer to keep horse racing on the main TVs over basketball during final 4 , football on weekends during the fall and really any major sporting event. When I stay at the Wynn every other month or so , I always walk across the street to Palazzo and place sports wagers there. I watch in the Lagasse stadium and it is really only a short walk from the tables at the Wynn so it works out great. I have spoken with a couple of manger types at the Wynn sportsbook about these issues on my last 2 trips and I have been treated miserably.
I will never place a wager in that sportsbook again, but I will stay at the hotel and play in the casino every weeks like I have been doing for a couple of years now. It's too bad Steve Wynn can't get the sportsbook up to the same standard as the rest of his property. I was trying to find other ways to make money.
I went to the sports book facility in February to place a future bet on the Kentucky Derby. The bet I made in February was Commissioner at odds of When I went to Vegas again last March I placed a win bet on Honor Code, considered the early winter book favorite of the Kentucky Derby, at odds of Why those two horses?
I'm a big horse racing fan and one of my favorite horses is AP Indy, a champion racehorse and stallion that ran at Bay Meadows. These two horses are from his final racing crop. Unfortunately racing luck didn't play out for me. Honor Code was eventually ruled out of the Derby because of an injury.
Commissioner, a closer, didn't win in his last three races and appears not to qualify for the Kentucky Derby. If either of them ran in the Kentucky Derby I would have given a higher rating. Call me a sore loser. LOL Overall this facility has a classic ambiance with its amber colored decor. The facility is separated from the casino. This gives a relaxing atmosphere to place a wager. In addition you don't get the rough crowd at other places. Will I come here again? If I win a wager here I'll definitely give a higher rating on my updated review.
In "Jerry Maguire" there's that famous quote "Show me the money! The bar features many TV's playing all sports and the tenders were more than attentive. I tried and stuck with their chili, Bloody Mary. A bit on the small and expensive side but made with a chili pepper infused vodka, a full, thick and crispy slice of bacon and two tiny vegetables which contained either onion, radish, carrot or parsnip.
If you like Bloody Mary's, it is highly recommended! Most places don't have that! You have to bet big to get drink tickets and if you don't have one and just sitting in the betting area the waitresses won't even look at you nor make any type of eye contact, you will be totally ignored.
It's has so many cute shops. A beautiful chanel store And so much more This is a beautiful hotel, but truthfully i have no reason to come here when in vegas. There are no restaurants that pique my interest nor does the gambling.
Its the last of the major hotels on the strip and would only visit when coming back from my asian fix on Spring mtn. Out of all the sports book I checked out this one seemed to be the classiest. Its not a big deal but I still think thats absurd keeps the broke ones away?
I had a great time during the Panther Vs 49ers game and won a nice lil sum of money in that also. The employees are nice, just wish they had more cocktail waitresses as it can take a few minutes to get your order in.
After a remodel the sports book is comfortable and modern. I'm such a fan of the Wynn. Johnny the director is really the wizard of odds. Best sportsbook in Vegas! For a strip casino, this sports book is super easy to get in and out of to make a bet or cash a ticket if your lucky!! The bar sits in-between a great cafe style restaurant called ZooZaCrackers Deli and the sports parlor itself. Here for the week and so far so good!! Enjoy the excitement of a Las Vegas sports book in the comfort of a lounge setting.
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