M Resort Spa Casino
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- M Resort Spa Casino offers an unrivaled, South Las Vegas Strip experience, featuring a modern architectural design, state-of-the-art amenities and a luxury resort philosophy. The Forbes Four-Star and AAA Four Diamond resort is committed to providing the total guest experience with 390 luxury rooms and suites, a spectacular pool, world-class spa and salon and a variety of dining experiences.
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TollFree: (877) 673-7678
Place is nice clean, new design, my wife like the place and me too. We ate @ the shash house - breakfast was good the potatoes delicious, coffee you can taste.
Service was good and atmosphere nice, over looking pool and out side patio. the wall flowers are nice too, lobby areas, I like to see more of the place and I would recommend others and return myself.
Even though it's a bubble all to itself south of the airport, the M was a pleasant surprise. The suites are fabulous, very modern and spacious with lots of light. We loved the pool deck, which was wide open with no towering, neighboring casinos to block the sunshine.
As for our friends' anniversary, we went to sunday seafood buffet. It was a great disappointment. $33.. pricey and food was awful. Salmon were way over cooked (hard and dried) and they were still serving them. Repeating of clams and mussels, just different sauces. Oysters were awful, no meat. Wonder why they charges so much for the cheap quality food. One of those regular buffet place would be much better quality food and better price. Oh, dinner was served with screwed top warm wine and paps beer.
Stayed at the M over the Fourth of July weekend and was thoroughly impressed. I don't think the secret's gotten out yet. Although the resort is literally just off the 15, it's an oasis free from the hectic craziness of The Strip. The M opened in March, so it's fresh and better designed than nearly all the casinos in Vegas. The basic rooms have a posh, modern boutique feel with bathrooms you'd only get in spa rooms at the other casinos. Designwise, the resort vaguely reminds me of the Borgata in Atlantic City. The M's buffet was outstanding, a real surprise. Then the pool deck -- really fabulous without the obnoxious crowds of places like the Hard Rock. And... the real shocker... Everyone we encountered that worked there was actually nice and knowledgeable, not a snot in the bunch.