On my last night at Macau, I moved out of the Venetian and stayed at the Wynn.
The Wynn is slightly more expensive than the Venetian only because the Venetian is running on a promotion but on the outside the Wynn didn't look as impressive as the Venetian so I didn't keep my hopes up.
The good news though, is that the Wynn had more rooms available, so the staff there managed to give us an upgrade to a bit of a suite.
When you walk into the suite, this is exactly how it looks like.
There's a living room with a plasma screen TV by the windows.
Once you walk in and look behind you, you'll see the front door right in front of you.
To your left is a small toilet.
And to the right.. believe it or not... is a freaking massage room.
I jumped on the massage bed as soon as I saw it and took a picture.
Not a nice looking picture, but still a picture :P
And yes I know my glasses aren't supposed to be on but hey, I wasn't really having a massage.
Can't afford to have someone over just to give me a nice massage.
Anyway, back to the living room.
The cool thing about the living room apart from the view of the hotel swimming pool down below,
is the presence of a small bar on one corner
and a small dining table at another corner.
The bar comes fully equipped with booze, a coffee machine, even a teapot and tea!
Now get this.
When you stand in the middle of the living room, you'll see mirrors on the ceiling.
Bwahahahah how cool is that!
Perfect for the ideal living room shag.
The bedroom itself hasn't got anything particularly fancy
but the bathroom... ho ho ho!
Now it's quite common for a lot of hotel toilets to have phones right?
But how many bathrooms have... TVs in them for you to watch news while taking a bath?
Not like we ever use it ... but still!!!
It's not whether you use it or not... but it's the luxury of having the OPTION of using it!
Bwahahah hahaha hahaha
The other smaller things I learned to like about the room are simple things like how the hotel phone is cordless.
How there is a little gadget alarm clock thing.
And how there's this little stereo set.
But there is one thing though that I don't like about Wynn.
They charge for internet access!
HK$ 160 for 24 hours!
Apart from that I quite like our room at Wynn.
And I will miss those red couches in the living room.
I love red couches... I had a few in one of my flats when I was living in London.
They make me feel... all yuppie and all.
Now before any of you thinks that my father owns Genting or something... let me tell you that we kinda got that room for free ok? We didn't pay for it. I'm not loaded.. I wish I were... but oh well...