Wynn Resorts Receives More Five-Star Awards Than Any Independent Hotel Company in the World on 2022 Forbes Travel Guide Awards
Wynn Macau and Wynn Palace maintain outstanding accomplishments,
with a total of fifteen Five-Star Awards
MACAU (April 26, 2022) — Wynn Resorts was once again honored on this year's Forbes Travel Guide (FTG) Five-Star Awards list, earning an impressive 24 Five-Star recognitions across the Company's global portfolio. This year, Encore Boston Harbor joins the Five-Star collection of resorts, receiving top marks for hotel and spa. Wynn Resorts continues to be a global leader with the most Five-Star awards of any independent hotel company in the world.
"I am so proud of our team for achieving such important recognition, especially the team at Encore Boston Harbor for receiving five stars in its inaugural rating," said Craig Billings, CEO of Wynn Resorts. "It's clear that the personal dedication Wynn employees around the world have to the guest experience is unmatched."
Additional 2022 Forbes Travel Guide accomplishments include:
- Wynn Macau maintains its status as the only resort worldwide with eight individual Five-Star awards, achieving this for the sixth consecutive year.
- With five total, Wynn Palace has the most Five-Star restaurants of any individual resort in the world, achieving this for the third consecutive year.
- Wing Lei at Wynn Las Vegas is the only Five-Star Chinese restaurant in North America, achieving this for the sixth consecutive year.
- Encore Boston Harbor is the largest Five-Star regional resort casino in North America.
Wynn Resorts received the following 2022 Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Awards:
Wynn Las Vegas:
Encore Boston Harbor:
To view the complete list of 2022 Forbes Travel Guide star award winners, click here.
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