One of the most favorite meeting places in Las Vegas for tourists and locals alike is getting a seven figure makeover. Raised lounge Parasol Up has been a Wynn Las Vegas fixture since the resort debuted in 2005 and new paperwork calls for an interior remodel of the 3,093-square-foot space, with an estimated construction bill of $1,169,209.
Lushly designed by Roger Thomas and also noted for the quality of their cocktails and very comfortable seating, the open-plan layout allows views of the casino floor and the 40-foot Lake of Dreams waterfall.
Open daily from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. on the weekend, there has been no word on how this first-class upgrade will affect service in the near future. No current paperwork has been filed any work on its sister lounge, Parasol Down, at the bottom of a spiraling escalator.
Elsewhere on property, the 24-hour Drugstore Café, otherwise known as the Apothecary Café, will also receive a touch-up. An estimated $675,024 worth of construction work will upgrade the 1,866-square-foot space, installing new food-service equipment, creating a coffee pick-up area and adding a new ice cream display. Both projects have yet to be announced by the resort.