DT reader Chris has this annoying report. Sounds like that whole, "Las Vegas is your family-friendly vacation destination!" schtick has gone the way of Sigfried and Roy's career:
Just came from a trip to Las Vegas with the family.I called Wynn Las Vegas reservations to ask about this, and and first I got a dodge: "I know that many hotels--Treasure Island, the Bellagio--don't allow strollers," said the res agent. When I asked specifically about whether I could bring my stroller into the hotel, she transferred me to Wynn Security.
Found out that the Wynn casino does not allow
strollers into their building. This includes folded,
carried over the shoulder, umbrella strollers. They
claim it's for safety reasons.
I guess having toddlers running around in crowded
hallways is alot safer for their guests. In fact in 3
seperate incidents I saw a cocktail waitress almost go
down when she nearly tripped over a small child; I saw
a toddler run up to an elderly woman and grab her
leg,again nearly tripping her; and I saw another
toddler running up and down a crowded hallway.
It turns out registered guests are allowed to bring strollers in; they just need to register their strollers at check-in, and they'll get a special guest stroller tag. It's the wandering bands of non-guests who aren't allowed to push their strollers around the joint. I didn't ask, but I'm sure that people in wheelchairs or hooked up to oxygen tanks are welcome as long as their ATM card works. Call ahead, or better yet, go somewhere else.