Wynn Las Vegas confirms Eater Vegas’ exclusive that Intrigue replaces Tryst Nightclub, which shutters Sunday morning after a 10-year run.
Sean Christie, the vice president of operations at Wynn Las Vegas, says Intrigue debuts just as Wynn Las Vegas turns 11 years old on April 28, 2016. The new concept will not be deejay driven.
"While the current nightlife options at Wynn continue to enjoy the success of EDM, there is an audience who wants an alternative nightlife experience," Christie says in a press statement. "Wynn was the first in Las Vegas to embrace the deejay phenomenon at Encore Beach Club, XS and Surrender and will again usher in a unique concept with Intrigue while providing the highest level of luxury and service that customers expect from the resort."
The 14,000-square-foot club undergoes a revamp that includes new lighting and sound from John Lyons Systems, a new glass-enclosed patio and a 1,200-square-foot private club inside the club where no social media is allowed. "Contemporary party music that will cross over many different genres" will be the music of the moment.
The Buffet at Wynn temporarily closed on Thursday, Oct. 22, for a multi-million dollar renovation and plans to reopen on Nov. 23. Botero shuttered on Sunday, Nov. 1, to be replaced by a yet to be named three-meal restaurant planned to open in mid-December. Society Cafe shutters at the end of the year.