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Reviewed April 24, 2010

Stayed at the M with a Comp Offer on a Friday and Saturday Night. Checked in Late and the King Bed Rooms were all taken (requested a King but it was not available). Not a complaint as the room was free. Checking in was quick and the staff was polite.

Stayed on the 6th floor with a nice view of the strip. It is far away from the strip, but to us that is a plus. We rented a car (highly recommended). Room was very clean and spacious. Wifi or plug in internet access is available but it does cost. Bar is stocked but of course, standard charges apply.

Beds are very comfortable with nice white linen ( my wife said they are almost too white).
Television in the bathroom is nice feature.

We did not visit pool area but it was visible from our room. Appeared to very nice and clean.

I did like the fact that you do not have to walk through the casino to reach the check-in desk. We parked in the lot closes to the corner of Las Vegas Blvd and Santa Rosa. It was a short walk to the desk. Plus the elevators to the rooms are just beyond the desk.

In the casino, everyone was nice and friendly. Our service at the players club desk was great.

We did not eat at the buffet restaurant this time as it was not open when we went. They were preparing for a Satuday brunch to open at 10 am but it was 8 am and we were hungry. Had eaten at the buffet restaurant on a prior visit about 6 months prior and it was delicious and fresh.

We did get a couple of pastries at little pastry shop and the server was very nice.

Would stay here again and highly recommended!!

  • Stayed: April 2010, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank redrayandredkay
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Reviewed April 20, 2010

Now that I have finally eaten at all 9 restaurants at M Resort Spa Casino, (It took me a while to figure out #8 and #9, but I have indeed eaten at all 9 places in M Resort that serve food) I decided to write this review to give credit where credit is due. Cliffs Notes: Dining at M is very very good.

I’m going to start with my favorite, TERZETTO steakhouse. Not just another Vegas steakhouse. The Marnell Family ranch steaks are delicious, especially the bone-in filet. You can’t get these cuts of meat anywhere else and for good reason. The sides are unique, try the XL tater tots and shoe-string French fries. The décor matches the rest of the resort and is impressive. I haven’t sat at the 10 person granite(?) table suspended from the ceiling yet, but I will one day. I hope this doesn’t backfire and make my favorite waiter unavailable, but ask for Floren. He is on point and really knows his wines. Speaking of wine, the Marinelli’s Syrah is a wonderful dinner wine and at only $32 a bottle, you’ll forget you’re in a steakhouse. One of my few complaints in this review is that they took the Lobster Citrus Salad off the menu here a few months back. That salad by itself was worth making the trip to M.

Next up is VELOCE CIBO. It has amazing views of Vegas and the strip from the top floor of the resort. This place has a real diverse menu from Steak to Sushi. I usually stick to the sushi side and insist everyone try the addictive Surf and Turf roll. All the sushi is very fresh and wait staff friendly. My one gripe here (and I think that’s all of them for the whole review) is that they don’t have hot sake.

The Italian restaurant here, MARINELLIS, is also a favorite. They should share their recipe for calamari with the other restaurants in the casino. I can’t tell you a lot about the menu here because I am stuck on ordering the chicken parmesan, which doesn’t come with pasta, just two breaded chicken breasts with cheese and sauce on top and a side of potatoes. It’s so good I refuse to order anything else. Other people I have dined with here, who aren’t as stubborn as me, say the rest of the menu is good too

Today was my first day dining in RED CUP CAFÉ, the last of the M’s 9 eateries for me to get to. It used to be the 24 hour coffee shop type restaurant in M but I believe it closes at some point late in the evening now. No disappointment here. I was hurting real bad from a long night out and an American Breakfast with eggs, crispy bacon and sourdough was just what I needed this morning. Earl, our waiter, recognized we were struggling and kept the $1 bloody mary’s and mimosa’s coming until I was able to function as a human again. These were real full-size bloody mary’s for a buck, too. No skimping here.

The 24 hour eatery in the M is now THE VIG DELI. Its adjacent to the sportsbook, which I believe is safe to say is the best sportsbook in Vegas now. The Hilton has been dethroned. Vig is a great stop for quick bites. You order at a window and pick up your grub a few minutes later. My favorites are the hot pastrami club and buffalo chicken fingers.
STUDIO B is the buffet in M. M touts this as the best buffet in town and I can’t disagree. It has a lot of things the other really good buffets in town don’t have. One thing I haven’t seen at any other buffet is free beer and wine. They also have a good selection of sushi on the line and a very impressive dessert section. I’m going to try to check out the live cooking show they do here daily soon.

HOSTILE GRAPE is a wine cellar that has something like 100 wines on tap, electronically dispensed by the ounce. You load money on a card the same size as a credit card, pop it in the machine, and punch a button for it to dispense 1, 3 or 5 ounces of the wine you choose. They also have live music down there most nights and $5 all you can eat appetizers on Tuesdays and maybe another night each week also.

POOL FOOD. I can’t remember what the snack bar at the pool was called, but the turkey burger I had delivered at the pool was one of the best I’ve had.

BABY CAKES is a nice quick stop to get coffee and pastries. They also make custom cakes and will write whatever you want on there, even if it is ridiculous and makes no sense.

  • Stayed: April 2010, traveled with friends
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4  Thank gambleballs
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Reviewed April 9, 2010

I've been wanting to stay here since they opened last year----after all, it is named after me!! Knowing that the Marinelli family had decided to get back into the business after doing a spectacular job with the Rio hotel (it's gone downhill since Harrah's took over), I was anxious to see if the M Resort was going to be as spectacular. I had tried the buffet here and was blown away by the size and freshness of the place not to mention the fact that beer and wine was included. When Travelzoo offered a special, I jumped on it and snagged a decent $75/night rate.

The lobby is open, elegant and understated....a nice welcome from some of the Strip properties. Having been trained by the Strip properties that check-in time is 4pm (3pm in rare cases), I waited until then to check in and found out that was my first mistake. This being an off-strip property, the clerk told me that while he could check me in, no rooms were currently available due to the fact that they had "quite a few" early check-in's that day and housekeeping was still preparing the other rooms. Now, while that is fine for those who checked in early, what about those of us who reserved a room and waited until the day was almost over who now had to wait 2 to 3 hours for a room???? Don't expect me to spend my money in your resort while I wait----or was that the plan? In any case, I informed the clerk that I was promised an Executive Room (supposed to be larger) and that's what I expected at that moment. He didn't offer to upgrade me or at least he didn't use those terms, he merely asked if I wanted a King bed (I did) or 2 Queen's. Since the King room was on a lower level, I declined and he told me that only the 2 Queen beds room was available on a higher floor and with a view of the Strip. Okay, that's fine even though I've seen the Strip a million times but at least you should offer a bottle of wine or some dining credit or something (take a clue from the MGM mgt team, that's what customer service is about). None of that....merely a take it now or wait 2 hours attitude. I took the room as I didn't want to wait and was pleasantly surprised at the size of it and location (next to one of the corner suites). There was an ample sized bathroom with a bathtub that had a window facing out to the room and the view (there is a privacy drape available if your rooming with someone other than your "other").

A nice "surprise" for me was that my room rate included access to the Spa/Health Club which normally costs $15/person/day. The Fitness facilities are very nice with a good mix of cardio equipment (facing the pool area) and weight machines/free weights. There was no attendant in the fitness room but there were water bottles, towels and fruit available. Staff was generally friendly and helpful and the Spa facilities were clean and nice but a bit smaller than some of the other properties. The men's facilities had a dry sauna, steam sauna and 2 hot pools in one area and it was relatively quiet on the Sunday I visited.

They have a nice gaming area and if you're willing to wait for an hour or more, the terrific aforementioned buffet. Other restaurants are available, but I didn't try them. They have several nice bars and I tried the Lobby Bar which overlooks the pool area and Strip, so it's a good choice if you want to relax with a view.

The beds are very comfortable and the room had pretty much everything you wanted (a desk area, decent bathtub if a bit small, etc). My only complaint was that the controls for the drapes were not by the bedside but rather on a small panel by the window. If you're going to be offering up a "wonderful Strip view" then why not let your customers wake up to it by pushing a button near their bedside??? In any case, the Marinelli's have done it again with a beautiful resort and decent customer service (it's much better than at the Strip resorts but still needs fine tuning). I wouldn't call this a five star resort but then again I think they know that as they refer to it as "four star service" on their website!

  • Stayed: March 2010, traveled solo
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2  Thank Manico
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Reviewed April 4, 2010

When we first walked into the resort it looked very nice, the first person that checked us in was nice, we got into the room, really didn't look like the room in the website, not as luxurious as the website claims to be. An hour or so later after check in, I decided to take a bath, and the whole faucet came flying off of the pipe and water went everywhere. The faucet hit me in the arm, thank god my little nephew wasn't taking a bath he would of gotten hurt! I called the front desk and there was a front desk manager extremely rude, I asked for a new room and she said no unless I filled out a risk management report. I said fine I will fill one out and she asked the security people to come over, once the security people came they said they couldn't write the report because I didn't need a paramedic (how lame is that).. I was like I am not hurt, I just want a new room so I can enjoy myself and take baths without worrying the whole faucet would fly off again. Never again! stupid management here, anywhere else in Vegas would gladly give someone a new room when something is broken in the room. The only positive side of this resort is the beds are comfortable.

If you ask for a late check out, they will give it to you, but be ware of the housekeeping staff, they do room check at 11 am, and all they do is knock and open the door. My check out wasn't until 1 pm, and they just popped the door open, thank god I wasn't in the bath would of given them a free show!

  • Stayed: April 2010, traveled with family
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Thank Babyjj70
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Reviewed April 2, 2010

We booked a trip through SWAirlines and were staying at the PH Towers. Look at that review for details. We moved to the M and were so glad that we did. This hotel is very nice and the people really know how to make you feel special and welcome.

My husband and I both felt very comfortable here. Everything that you need is right there in the hotel. If you just have to go to the Strip, they have a shuttle that runs on a schedule. They will also pick you up and take you to the airport.

The rooms are well laid out and have nice touches like a Bose stero system, a soaking tub and a separate shower with seat. There is a TV in the mirror with it's own remote. And there is a makeup mirror and vanity stool, which I really enjoy and rarely find in any hotel these days. The bath towels are bath sheets. The beds and linens are better than heavenly.

The food is very, very good. We ate at the Studio B buffet, Veloce Cibo, The Red Cup Cafe and the Vig Deli. The buffet was phenomenal and the dim sum and shushi at Veloce was fresh and excellent, not to mention the view of the strip. You feel like you are at the top of the world. We tasted nothing bad while we were there.

I love the gaming floor. It is cut up in sections so areas do not get really crowded or loud. You don't really notice any smoke and the hotel smells clean. They have some new machines that I really had fun playing.

The Strip has become overcrowded, nasty, dirty and is just too massive. If you can't walk great distances, travel is impossible. I think we have found a nice destination hotel in M and will definitely return. We loved it!

  • Stayed: March 2010, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank Likeness
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