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Vegas Hot Spots

Sin City still has bragging rights to some of the best restaurants, resorts and spas for tourists.

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M RESORT SPA CASINO

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M RESORT SPA CASINO
12300 Las Vegas Blvd., S.
702.797.1000

Perched more than 400 feet higher than any other resort on the Strip, this four-month-old South Strip property offers breathtaking views, skylights on the casino floor (natural light!) and Vegas’ first “in-running” betting that allows wagering on live sporting events during play. With only 390 rooms and suites, guests at the M enjoy more personal attention than at the larger hotels. “We are bringing back the old Las Vegas hands-on approach,” said M Resort Chairman and CEO Anthony Marnell. Dining options include nine restaurants and five bars, all owned and operated by the property. Hostile Grape has made the biggest splash, serving a whopping 160 wines by the glass via prepaid cards that allow for one-, three- or five-ounce pours.

Details: Hostile Grape is open Thursday
3 p.m.-11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday
3 p.m.-1 a.m.

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