Preferred Hotels & Resorts Welcomes Wynn Las Vegas and Encore

Wynn Las Vegas and EncorePreferred Hotel Group, a leading provider of sales and marketing support to independent hotels around the world, welcomes two new members, Wynn Las Vegas and Encore. Wynn’s flagship resorts will be represented by the Preferred Hotels & Resorts brand and bookable under the brand’s “PH” and “PV” GDS chain codes, effective immediately.

Wynn Las Vegas, a luxury hotel and destination casino resort located on the Las Vegas Strip, features 2,716 guest rooms and suites, a casino, 15 restaurants, a nightclub, spa and salon, an on-site 18-hole golf course, and an on-site Ferrari and Maserati dealership.

Encore, an expansion of Wynn Las Vegas, features a 2,034 all-suite hotel, a casino, 5 restaurants, 2 night clubs, a spa and salon, and upscale retail outlets.

"Offering a combination of first-class service, a desirable location, and unparalleled luxury, Wynn and Encore are among the finest resorts in the world, and we’re honored to welcome them as members of Preferred Hotels & Resorts,” said Lindsey Ueberroth, President, Preferred Hotel Group. 

“We are pleased to collaborate with Preferred Hotels & Resorts on their extensive worldwide collection of leading accommodations,” said Marilyn Spiegel, President of Wynn and Encore. “Our resorts are committed to exceeding expectations, and we’re honored to partner with travel agents and groups who strive to achieve the same level of excellence.” 

Wynn and Encore are the first resorts located on the Las Vegas Strip to become members of Preferred Hotel & Resorts, thus strengthening the group’s presence in one of the world’s most popular travel destinations that attracts nearly 40 million visitors every year.


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