- Associated Press - Friday, November 6, 2015

LAS VEGAS (AP) - What goes well with pricey bottle-service? A little privacy, according to Wynn Las Vegas.

The casino-resort is betting its elite clientele looking for a night out will appreciate a social media-free zone when its new nightclub called Intrigue debuts in April.

The venue will replace the 10-year-old Tryst, which closes Saturday.

Wynn Las Vegas vice president of operations Sean Christie says the social-posting ban will apply only inside a smaller, invite-only area that fits about 150 people.

He doesn’t expect to act the role of social media police, and there won’t be any signal blockers. But staff likely will offer gentle reminders that no posting is allowed inside the private room. Christie says those who post anyway risk losing their exclusive but free membership to the club.

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