Tuesday, October 20, 2015
Traveling To Vegas? The M Resort Extends Luxury Hotel Package
"Our Luxury Hotel Package was crafted to appeal to the most discerning tastes,” says Jason Dougan, Vice President of Hotel Operations at M Resort. "Our most sought-after amenities paired with our Forbes Four-Star service proved to be a winning combination for our guests and we are pleased to be extending this offer through the end of the year.”
The 1,095 square-foot Classic Suite features a marble foyer which opens up to a large conversation bar featuring a marble countertop and high top seating for four. Framed by floor-to-ceiling windows presenting incredible views of the Las Vegas valley, the spacious living room is furnished with a plush leather chaise sofa, modern chairs and a wall-mounted 42-inch HD LCD flat screen television. The one-bedroom suite also features a large king bed, sitting area with a chaise lounge, an executive desk and a 42-inch television. The adjoining master bath features a custom mirror with a built-in television screen, dual marble sinks, a garden tub, separate marble shower and luxurious Spa Mio bath amenities. A powder room for guests and a closet valet complete the suite experience, which is perfect for light entertaining or a romantic getaway.
As part of the package, guests may enjoy a $75 dining credit at any of M Resort’s celebrated restaurants. Selections include Anthony’s Prime Steak & Seafood, Jayde Fuzion, the award-winning Studio B Buffet, Marinelli’s Pasta Bar, Anthony’s Gourmet Burgers & Brews, Vig Deli or Baby Cakes. Guests may also luxuriate in a 50-minute spa service at the Forbes Four-Star Spa Mio with the included $50 spa credit. Complimentary round trip shuttle transportation to and from McCarran Airport is also available.
The Luxury Package starts at $499 per night with a two-night minimum booking. Accommodations can be reserved by phone at 1.877.673.7678 with promotional reference code HMLUX15. Offer is based on availability and package is valid through Dec. 30, 2015. Blackout dates may apply. As always, guests never pay a resort fee.
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