Lure and Tryst
Wynn Las Vegas
May 23, 2006
I got a new digital
camera, a black Nikon Coolpix S3. This thing is so small
it's barely bigger than a credit card, and I love it. So I
thought I'd try it out for the first time at Lure, the ultra
lounge, and Tryst, the nightclub, in Wynn Las Vegas.
I wasn't sure if I was allowed to take pictures in the casino
so, acting like an innocent tourist, I took one of the outside
of Lure and got away with it - woo hoo! I accidentally put
2005 as the year in my camera, so all my pictures have the wrong
I asked the doorman (you can see him in the previous picture) if
I could take pictures in Lure and he said yes. I asked him
if he wanted to be in the picture and he said no. I told
him that it would be on my web site and he was not impressed.
Anyway, this is from the entrance looking into the club.
The two guys with their backs toward us are leaning on a go-go
stage. The main dance floor is behind that, the bar is on
the left, the lounge and restrooms are on the right, and in the
back is an outdoor patio.
This is looking back toward the entrance.
This is the main part of the club, the bar is in the background.
This is looking toward the back of the club. The people in
the back are standing outside on the patio. The club is
not very big.
It wasn't very busy, as you can see. That's Jerome and
Michelle. Michelle is starting a clothing store and she
wants to use Lure as the set for her modeling shoot so she was
discussing it over with Jerome.
This is another shot of the lounge area. The restroom
entrance is behind the lamp.
We wanted to check out Tryst too. The entrance is down the
stairs in front of the Japanese restaurant, Okada. There
is also an elevator on the left.
Here's a peek down the stairs. I was impressed already.
We took the elevator down because I don't do stairs.
Anyway, this is the waiting area at the bottom of the stairs.
There's a bar to the left and on the right there was a private
party going on. Tryst is closed on Tuesdays but no one
questioned us as we wandered around and I took pictures.
It's very red in here. This is the hostess desk leading
into the club.
Here's a shot of the stripper pole...very cool! What was
also very cool, and I wasn't able to get a good shot through the
glass, was that there's a huge waterfall that serves as the
backdrop behind the dance area and stage. You can also see
the waterfall from the dining area upstairs in Okada.