Heathnat
 
 
 
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The architecturally-dynamic M Resort is a gem on the Las Vegas Strip about 10 miles south of Mandalay Bay with unparalleled amenities, service and quality. Sitting on 90 acres of land at an elevation 400 feet higher than any other Strip hotel-casino, M Resort was created for Las Vegas residents by a native of the city, Anthony A. Marnell III. But with unique offerings like a wine cellar and unparalleled views of the valley, this stunning glass-framed hotel is a destination for both locals and Vegas visitors.Marnell designed and hand picked just about all the intricate touches at M Resort, right down the china used in many of the restaurants. His theory is that if you're putting your name on something, you don't want to leave anything to chance.This personal attention is evident in all areas of M Resort, from the hundreds of fresh white Calla lilies in the lobby to M's design, which allows just about every venue to overlook the stunning Villaggio Del Sole Pool and Entertainment Piazza. Even M Resort's meeting and banquet space has a roomy outdoor terrace above the pool, while the state-of-the-art fitness center offers prime views through floor-to-ceiling windows.Standard rooms are upscale but casual with dark tones and custom furniture, modern sound systems, electronic "do not disturb" signs and views of either the valley or mountains. Upon entering the room, guests can place their key card in a designated holder on the wall, which not only keeps it safe, but also turns on the room lights. Remove your key when leaving, and lights will turn off 30 seconds later, helping to conserve energy if you forget to turn out the lights. There are a few stellar restaurant options for guests. Anthony's Steakhouse serves steak and ocean cuisine. Try a decadent Imperial Burger in Anthony's Gourmet Burgers & Brews. Marinelli's Pasta Bar offers a variety of small-plate Italian dishes. And buffet-in-the-round Studio B serves house beer and wine as part of its overall price. Attached is the Studio B show kitchen for private cooking demonstrations, which are then showcased on 117 screens within the buffet.Chef Seonkyoung Longest, the winner of Food Network's "Restaurant Express," has opened an eatery called Jayde Fuzion that showcases her contemporary Asian sharing dishes. Menu items combine Japanese, Chinese and Korean flavors. There is also an interactive sushi bar.Listings of past Super Bowl point spreads and MVPs decorate the walls of Vig Deli, which offers classic junk food like wings and pizza, perfect for those watching a game in the attached race and sports book. At 92,000 square feet, the casino also includes close to 1,847 video and slot machines, 64 table games and a gorgeous high limit lounge with view. Those looking for something stiffer than soda have plenty of options including the 32 Degree Draft Bar, the M Bar and a lobby bar on the casino level and a wine cellar/tasting room with self-serve wine dispensers, Hostile Grape Wine Cellar, below.The therapeutic Spa Mio is an oasis of relaxation with 16 treatment rooms, a sauna and a steam room. Even the attached salon offers shampoo stations with electronically operated massage chairs.One of the many ways M Resort caters to locals is by offering several different property entrances with nearby parking. Those stopping by to use the spa can park and enter close to the spa. Those interested in placing a bet can park and enter by the race and sports book. There is also a gas station on the property. 
 
Overall rating 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Customer service 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Room Quality 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Casino 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Hotel Location 
2 / 5
2 / 5
Pool 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Room Location 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Overall amenities 
4 / 5
4 / 5
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fromOntario, Canada
Age:35 to 44
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Wedding
Travel Companions:Spouse
Purchase Frequency:Less than once every few years
Star Rating Accuracy:Perfect
Gambler:Yes
Game:Roulette
Yes, I recommend this product.
A very nice property
PostedOctober 30, 2013
I'll start by saying the pool was closed. It was beautiful, but we never got to swim in it. This hotel is off the strip so a car rental was a must. The free valet parking was great and we never waited more than a few minutes.
The hotel staff were very friendly and when asked for local food joints, the recommendations were usually great. The Hash House a Go Go was the only full breakfast option early in the morning and although the staff were great, the food was mediocre.
The bathroom in our room was over the top nice, with a full gorgeous soaker tub overlooking the strip through a funky window looking out into the room (where you had the option of drawing or fully closing the shade), a roomy walk in shower and a separate stall for the toiler. The double vanity was also a nice feature. It was very clean and we were definitely comfortable there.
Our bed was perfect for our tastes, med firm mattress and nice fluffy pillows. I loved having the option of lifting e shades to see a gorgeous view of the strip and the unique landscape in the desert.
The lack of fridge was a bit disappointing, as was the lack of a coffee maker, but the perks we got from booking (free bottle of wine, 25% off spa services) werenice. The spa staff were friendly and the availability was great, despite the two weddings there that weekend.
The wine bar staff were not terrific in lying about when the kitchen had closed and in rushing us out right at cloing time. I was also miffed at not being able to polish off the amiunt on our pre-paid card because they weren't open on Sunday.
I would consider staying there again if we went back but only if the pool was open. I liked the feeling of really getting away from all of the action on the strip and the value of the package over the three days was pretty good.
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The architecturally-dynamic M Resort is a gem on the Las Vegas Strip about 10 miles south of Mandalay Bay with unparalleled amenities, service and quality. Sitting on 90 acres of land at an elevation 400 feet higher than any other Strip hotel-casino, M Resort was created for Las Vegas residents by a native of the city, Anthony A. Marnell III. But with unique offerings like a wine cellar and unparalleled views of the valley, this stunning glass-framed hotel is a destination for both locals and Vegas visitors.Marnell designed and hand picked just about all the intricate touches at M Resort, right down the china used in many of the restaurants. His theory is that if you're putting your name on something, you don't want to leave anything to chance.This personal attention is evident in all areas of M Resort, from the hundreds of fresh white Calla lilies in the lobby to M's design, which allows just about every venue to overlook the stunning Villaggio Del Sole Pool and Entertainment Piazza. Even M Resort's meeting and banquet space has a roomy outdoor terrace above the pool, while the state-of-the-art fitness center offers prime views through floor-to-ceiling windows.Standard rooms are upscale but casual with dark tones and custom furniture, modern sound systems, electronic "do not disturb" signs and views of either the valley or mountains. Upon entering the room, guests can place their key card in a designated holder on the wall, which not only keeps it safe, but also turns on the room lights. Remove your key when leaving, and lights will turn off 30 seconds later, helping to conserve energy if you forget to turn out the lights. There are a few stellar restaurant options for guests. Anthony's Steakhouse serves steak and ocean cuisine. Try a decadent Imperial Burger in Anthony's Gourmet Burgers & Brews. Marinelli's Pasta Bar offers a variety of small-plate Italian dishes. And buffet-in-the-round Studio B serves house beer and wine as part of its overall price. Attached is the Studio B show kitchen for private cooking demonstrations, which are then showcased on 117 screens within the buffet.Chef Seonkyoung Longest, the winner of Food Network's "Restaurant Express," has opened an eatery called Jayde Fuzion that showcases her contemporary Asian sharing dishes. Menu items combine Japanese, Chinese and Korean flavors. There is also an interactive sushi bar.Listings of past Super Bowl point spreads and MVPs decorate the walls of Vig Deli, which offers classic junk food like wings and pizza, perfect for those watching a game in the attached race and sports book. At 92,000 square feet, the casino also includes close to 1,847 video and slot machines, 64 table games and a gorgeous high limit lounge with view. Those looking for something stiffer than soda have plenty of options including the 32 Degree Draft Bar, the M Bar and a lobby bar on the casino level and a wine cellar/tasting room with self-serve wine dispensers, Hostile Grape Wine Cellar, below.The therapeutic Spa Mio is an oasis of relaxation with 16 treatment rooms, a sauna and a steam room. Even the attached salon offers shampoo stations with electronically operated massage chairs.One of the many ways M Resort caters to locals is by offering several different property entrances with nearby parking. Those stopping by to use the spa can park and enter close to the spa. Those interested in placing a bet can park and enter by the race and sports book. There is also a gas station on the property. 
 

are there any resort fee?

We didn't pay any resort fees.
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