Las Vegas residence
The billionaire business man’s Las Vegas residence is a combined effort of the collaboration of the casino tycoon with architects Butler and Glen Ashworth, landscape designer Don Brinkerhoff and interior designer Roger Thomas. Steve’s plush residence is built adjacent to his “Wynn Las Vegas hotel” which can be seen clearly towering from behind, when viewing the residence from the front.
Location: Steve’s magnificent residence is located in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Accommodation: Spread across an area of 4,500 square foot, the lavish mansion features a stunning exterior architecture and an equally marvelous interior. The interiors feature fully furnished rooms equipped with all luxurious amenities. The residence includes a living room designed for ultimate comfort and entertainment. The dining area glitters with two master pieces from Picasso while the bedroom includes a pale wool carpet matching with the sapphire silk-upholstered walls, and a glass wall offering beautiful views of the golf course, mountain and valley. The plush home also includes a separate dressing area and a partly covered patio with rectangular pool and large ficus trees.
Las Vegas residence
Marvelous dining area
The casino tycoon owns a condominium positioned at the 20th floor of the eminent Plaza Hotel in New York. Steve’s fully furnished condominium is one of the biggest apartments in the entire building, which he bought for an estimated $23 million.
Location: The magnificent condominium is located in the Plaza Hotel in New York, USA.
Accommodation: The duplex condominium is spread over an area of 5,613 square feet and features total nine rooms which include four bedrooms. The lavish property also includes a 24-foot-long terrace facing the Central Park, a private elevator, plenty of wall space and a circular staircase. The apartment’s interiors feature Giorgetti’s custom-built Italian furniture which offers a decent appearance to the rooms.
New York Apartment
The casino mogul recently spent a hefty $70 million for his new, 10,882-square-foot “swanky duplex” apartment in New York. Steve acquired the plush apartment from Christopher Jeffries for $7.5 million less than the listed price, which was originally $77.5million at the time of sale. The spectacular apartment used to be the grand ballroom of the Ritz Carlton Hotel before it turned into a lavish residence for Steve and his wife.
Location: The park facing apartment is positioned at the 30th and 31st floors of the Ritz Carlton Hotel building in Manhattan, New York, USA.
Accommodation: One of the most expensive properties in the ultra-expensive Manhattan, Steve’s swanky duplex features a living space of 10,882-square-foot. The marvelous apartment features four bedrooms, five full baths and five half baths, a chef kitchen and a library. The luxurious abode also includes a 900-square foot living room, 800-square-foot dressing room, a media room, a breakfast room and a spacious dining room covering 500-square-foot area. The apartment’s extra large 15-foot ceilings exhibit its architectural grandness while its airy rooms make the stay more relaxed.
The Benetti designed luxury yacht “Allegro” is Wynn’s favorite as the business mogul loves travelling with his family and friends floating in the sea. The yacht is also known by the name of Four Aces. The naval architects Fratelli Benetti and Stefano Natucci worked on the yacht’s overall design while the interior design was a creative work of Zuretti Interior Design. Fabricated predominantly from aluminum and featuring a sleek design, the luxury yacht is yet another master piece from Benetti.
Accommodation: The yacht offers accommodation for up to 14 guests and a maximum of 7 onboard professional crew members to enhance the luxury yacht experience. It features a master, a VIP, two double, two twins and two pull man births for ease of accommodation.
Specifications: Powered by twin screw propellers, the luxury yacht features a cruise speed of approximately 15 knots and maximum speed of 16 knots. The 56.08 meters yacht weighs 894 tonnes and has a beam of 10.4m and a maximum draught of 3.1m.
The deck bar
The master stateroom
The master suite
Sundeck dining table
Master suit gym
Skylounge aft deck dining
Gulfstream IV-X G450 N711SW
The business magnate Steve owns one of the best business jets in the world “Gulfstream IV” which is a descendant of the eminent Gulfstream GIV series. The business jet features an open architecture and incorporates the recent technological advances and the finest aerodynamics making it an ideal choice for business travelers. Equipped with class Rolls Royce engine, standard cursor control devices, interactive Navigation system and state of the art display technology, the aircraft is the most advanced jet in the series. Spacious and comfortable cabin with extra space for holding the usable luggage volume and redesigned storage areas, enhance the passenger comfort. Abundant sunlight peeps in through the jet’s signature oval windows while advanced soundproofing encourages more conservation and collaboration. Access to wireless local network, satellite communication, printer and fax machine ensures high productivity even while traveling inside the aircraft.
Plane view LCD display
Boeing Business jet
The casino mogul’s private business jet is an ideal aircraft offering luxury at its best. The aircraft’s interiors are designed by Steve’s interior designer “Roger Thomas”. Pet crazy Steve often travels in the jet with his adorable German shepherd dogs, which indicates the extreme love of the business man for his pet dogs. Equipped with turbofan engines, the corporate business jet features a cruise speed of 500mph and max speed of 541 mph. The aircraft cabin includes a master bedroom, a washroom equipped with shower, and a dining area combined with conference together. Luxurious seats in the conference area offer bursting comfort and a feeling of being in a flying palace.
In what could be called the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Vegas, casino billionaire Steve Wynn was betrothed to his British sweetheart, Andrea Hissom, at a grand ceremony in Las Vegas on 30th April 2011. The spectacular Encore resort played host to the wedding which was attended by more than 1,500 guests who ranged from Europ[ean Royal families and heads of states to celebrities and friends. Donald Trump, Sylvester Stallone, Celine Dion, Hugh Jackman, Michael Milken, Sol Kerzner and Garth Brooks were some of the big names present.
The groom was in a black tux while the bride wore a gown with lace top, plunging necklines and a white headpiece - all identical to the one worn by Princess Kate at her wedding. She also had her heart-shaped diamond engagement ring on. More than $1 million was spent on accommodating and entertaining the guests who were also flown in for a poolside 'white' party. The actual ceremony was followed by Grand Celebration in the Encore Ballroom conducted by director, Kenny Ortega. The lavish arrangements made guests dub it as America's "Royal Wedding".
The billionaire businessman is fond of German shepherd dogs, and this is clearly evident from his extreme love for the dog breed. Steve’s dog friendly office features his adorable pet dogs “Tari” and “Damo” which always remain in the casino tycoon’s vicinity. Steve’s dogs are actually his working security dogs which get commands in German from their master. Wynn’s “Bartolotta Restaurant” features dog leg arm chairs designed by Steve’s interior designer “Roger Thomas”.
Le Reve painting
Update: The incredible art lover Steve Wynn has sold one of the gems of his art collection, Pablo Picasso's 'Le Reve', for a sum of $155 million, to fellow billionaire and Hedge Fund Manager, Steven A. Cohen.
The casino tycoon is an incredible art lover, which is revealed from his acquisition of the Le Reve oil painting. Steve bought the splendid piece of art in 2001, for an estimated amount of $60 million from an Austrian-born investment fund manager. Crafted by “Pablo Picasso”, one of the most eminent artists of the 20th century, the erotic painting portrays the artist’s 22-year-old mistress in sophisticated outlines and contrasted colors. The marvelous painting was the master piece in Wynn’s collection and the billionaire even decided to name his “Wynn Las Vegas” resort after it. At one point of time the casino lover had decided to sell the master piece to American Hedge fund manager “Steven A. Cohen” for a hefty $139 million, but later on changed his verdict.
Dancer Taking a Bow
The Casino collector bought the “Edgar Degas” painting “Dancer Taking a Bow” in 1998, for an estimated sum of $12 million, to keep it on display at his high-end casino resort “Bellagio”. The exquisite piece of art portrays a dancing girl taking a bow which appears extremely dainty and beautiful and is considered to be one of the most celebrated subjects of the artist.
Fiori di Como
Steve’s magnificent art collection would have been truly incomplete without the most extraordinary glass sculpture “Fiori di Como”, which the billionaire bought for an estimated sum of $40 million. Designed by Seattle artist “Dale Chihuly”, the spectacular chandelier is a stunning glass sculptor featuring 2,000 hand-blown glass blossoms, and finds its prestigious place in the lobby of Steve’s high-end casino resort “Bellagio”.
Ming Dynasty vase
Art enthusiast Steve bought four “Ming Dynasty porcelain vases”, for an astonishing $12.8 million. The Casino magnate purchased the ancient rare 18th century Chinese vases at a London auction for decorating his “Cotai Resort Hotel” in Macau and enhancing his art collection. The ornamental vases feature Buddhist and Taoist emblems embroidered with 19th century metal mounts. By purchasing the rare underglaze vases for the mentioned amount, the billionaire set a world record for Ming porcelain, tagging him as a bona fide collector.
Young Woman Seated at a Virginal
Steve bought the “Johannes Vermeer” crafted painting “Young Woman Seated at a Virginal” at Sotheby's auction in 2004 for a hefty $30 million. The attractive piece of art was the first Vermeer painting which arrived for sale after more than 80 years. The glorious painting was a part of the Casino tycoon’s exquisite art collection till he sold it to a private buyer for the same amount of $30 million.