Roger Thomas helps design new nightclub at Wynn Las Vegas

Intrigue also houses an additional private club accessible through hidden bookcase doors.

The Wynn Las Vegas hotel and resort debuted its new nightclub, Intrigue, with design from Roger Thomas and the Wynn Design and Development team.

The color palette used in the 14,000-square-foot venue includes light cream, serving as a neutral backdrop for the new lighting design that transforms the room with a variety of colors, patterns and textures. The indoor environment flows with the outdoors, thanks to the incorporation of movable glass walls. The dance floor is flanked by two bars and is lined with 60 banquettes that include elevated backs for two-tier seating. 

A 94-foot-tall mountain waterfall is a focal point on the 1,183-square-foot patio, providing a sense of movement. It also has a fully stocked bar and  two seating alcoves carved in on either side.

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Intrigue also houses an additional private club. Accessible through hidden bookcase doors, the 75-guest enclave shows off white liquor lockers made from stitched leather trunks and more than 1,000 vinyl records adorning the walls behind the DJ station. A two-way mirror behind the bar allows for a view into the main room.

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