Forbes Travel Guide unveiled its 2015 Forbes Travel Guide Star Rating list, awarding an unprecedented eight Wynn Las Vegas and Encore restaurants with four stars as part of the 60 total stars bestowed among Wynn Las Vegas and Encore’s hotel towers, spas and restaurants. With its 32 stars, Wynn Las Vegas holds the most restaurant stars at a single resort in the world.
“We are incredibly honored to have eight of our restaurants bestowed with four stars from the industry leader in restaurant ratings, Forbes Travel Guide,” said Wynn Las Vegas Senior Vice President of Food and Beverage Steve Weitman. “This recognition by Forbes is the culmination of an incredible effort by our entire team to continue to deliver to our guests a differentiated dining experience through unique environments, superior service and the highest quality in food and beverage offerings.”
Six Wynn Las Vegas restaurants have been recognized for continued high standards by once again winning Forbes Travel Guide Four Stars Award: Sinatra, serving modern takes on Italian classics in tribute to Frank Sinatra; Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant Wing Lei; Bartolotta, Ristorante di Mare with more than 40 species of fish indigenous to Italian waters flown in daily; imaginative Japanese restaurant Mizumi, offering four distinct dining experiences; SW Steakhouse overlooking the signature Lake of Dreams; and Country Club – A New American Steakhouse overlooking the spectacular waterfall on the 18th hole of the golf course.
Two restaurants have been elevated to Forbes Travel Guide Four Star Award status for the first time including Botero, the steakhouse at Encore paying homage to Colombian sculptor Fernando Botero; and Andrea’s, with Asian-inspired dining in a vibrant and social dining room.
“Our star ratings recognize the finest hotels, restaurants and spas in the world. These ratings serve as the most authoritative guideposts for guests seeking exceptional travel experiences. Our primary mission is to contribute to excellence in hospitality, serving the global tourism industry as well as the guest,” said Gerard J. Inzerillo, chief executive officer of Forbes Travel Guide.