One Window Four Rooms
This shot clearly demonstrates the one window for four
I'm not sure why this is done. I can think of two
reasons. To shrink the building (visually) so it's less intimidating (seems
closer, less perceived walking distance) and simply as an architecturally
more pleasing design.
The Bellagio, a 32-story building disguised as a 16-story
Same here at Treasure Island.
And again at Caesars (three floors, six
rooms per window).
Wynn uses one white stripe for every two floors.
The Monte Carlo does not use this trick. This
building is the same size and shape as Treasure Island (above) and has a
large, cluttered look. One reader calls it a "maximum security resort".