Wynn Las Vegas plans to build a lake with a beach

A model of Wynn Paradise Park.
A model of Wynn Paradise Park.

Wynn Resorts is proposing an expansion to its hotel and entertainment properties along the Las Vegas Strip that would include a 1,000-room hotel tower and a 38-acre lake. 

The project, which is tentatively called Wynn Paradise Park, still needs approval by the company’s board of directors. Paradise Park would be built on a 130-acre parcel where the Wynn Golf Club currently sits, and would include 260,000 square feet of meetings space and a casino.

The hotel-casino operator is proposing a lake area that would include a boardwalk as well as activities such as waterskiing, paddleboarding, parasailing and nighttime fireworks that would be set off from an island at the center of the lagoon.

Wynn Resorts CEO Steve Wynn touted the project as “an idyllic beach paradise” and “a chance to reinvent Las Vegas and make the whole venue an entertainment attraction.” 

Wynn is in the process of building Wynn Plaza, whose 75,000 square feet of retail space is due to open in the fall of 2017.

The 2,716-room Wynn Las Vegas opened in 2005, while the 2,034-room Wynn Encore opened next door three years later. 

Wynn Paradise Park appears to be a counterpoint to other entertainment districts that have popped up along the Strip. Caesars Entertainment’s Linq Promenade retail-entertainment district, which includes the High Roller observation wheel, opened to the public in late 2013.

And this week, MGM Resorts International’s The Park outdoor entertainment and retail district opened adjacent to the New York-New York and Monte Carlo casino hotels.


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