The word "tryst" has a connotation that tends to incite a feeling of sensuous expectation. Think about it. If you say that you are having a "date" with someone, there is an implication of casual fun, but if you are meeting someone for a romantic tryst, it is certain that you are having a tantalizing rendezvous with your lover. Tantalizing might well be the adjective you would use to describe the Tryst Nightclub at the Wynn Hotel Las Vegas. The club embodies the sensuality and passion of a hot romance. Indeed, the 12,000 square foot club is perhaps one of the most enticing nightclubs in Las Vegas. Tryst beckons, seduces, intrigues and keeps its promises. Imagine this. As you descend the elegant staircase, your anticipation heightens. At the bottom of the staircase, you find a lounge with comfortable yet stylish couches and chairs. Sit for a moment and compose yourself. The lounge is only preparing you for the things that are yet to come. Now, you walk down the velvet-lined hallway until you find the main room of the Tryst Nightclub. As you dance the night away on the open-air dance floor, your movements may lead you towards a magnificent 90-foot waterfall. Follow it as it cascades into a secluded lagoon. In the backdrop, a 150 foot man-made mountain looms majestically. Tryst stays open until 4:00a.m. Perhaps you will see the sunrise. The deep red, black and brown color combinations of the sophisticated Tryst Nightclub interior enhance the subtle eroticism of the intimate booth-style marble tables, which are surrounded by velvet walls. A sliding glass door gives you a clear view of the outside, where a grove of trees surrounds the patios. Here, you can sit and luxuriate near the waterfall as you watch the dancers go by in a splendid array of Vegas-style glamour. Given that the Wynn Hotel Las Vegas is one of the most luxurious hotels on the strip, the elegance of the Tryst Nightclub comes as no surprise. Steve Wynn, owner of the Mirage and Treasure Island Hotel, built the 2.7 billion dollar hotel. No expense was spared in building the Wynn Las Vegas. This becomes evident as you approach the hotel and see how the coppery bronze exterior reflects the lights of the desert sun. Inside the hotel, you can find original works of art by Picasso, Renoir, Cezanne, and Van Gogh, which are part of Steve Wynns private collection. His appreciation for art is reflected in the artistry of the hotel's design. The Wynn Hotel Las Vegas is situated on 192 acres of land. Its 2,700 rooms have floor to ceiling windows, which allow the bright Las Vegas sun to illuminate your room. The rooms are decorated in an eclectic blend of styles, which combine a bit of a deco with a touch classical and a hint of retro. The Wynn is the perfect hotel for a romantic tryst. It's classy, it's elegant, and its oh so Vegas.