It’s Vegas Baby! Plan Accordingly…
Imagine your ideal Vegas vacation, all the details are taken care of, right down to the last drop of your martini (Grey Goose, one olive, shaken not stirred). There's not a care in the world except the outcome of your next roll at the tables and pull at the slots. Our concierges make this happen for guests at M. Our team can craft an exceptional and unique experience that incorporates all quintessential Vegas things that a vacationer, such as yourself, must see and taste both at our resort and in the city. We know there's a lot to explore so we're offering tips for the entire city (and any budget) because we want you to have the best Vegas experience that you possibly can.
Vegas has turned into a culinary mecca in recent years, but we know not everyone has the palette (or pocketbook) for a Michelin-star meal.
Fun and Funky - Have a sweet tooth that needs satisfying? Baby Cakes, our European-inspired patisserie will have you loosening your waistband after sampling pastries and homemade gelato from our world-renown pastry chef Jean Claude Canestrier. His delightful creations are just as beautiful as they are delicious. We suggest his new line of cupcakes with selections like Peanut Butter Cup, Coconut Pineapple and Red Velvet or stick to a traditional sundae, it’s just a delicious! If in the heart of the famous boulevard is more your style, Serendipity 3 at Caesars Palace offers a whimsical and wacky menu that will bring out the kid in you. Sip on a Frozen Hot Chocolate, feast on a triple-decker grilled cheese and finish it all off with a deep-fried Oreo sundae (and then some Tums).
One-of-a-kind - So you won big at baccarat and want to please your inner foodie (and oenophile), Charlie Palmer's Aureole at Mandalay Bay will entertain all senses. Boasting a wine tower with over 10,000 choices and 'Wine Angels' who ascend said tower to retrieve your selection makes this one of those "only in Vegas" dining adventures. If 10,000 bottles isn't enough for you, you can check out the variety of vinos from around the globe offered at Hostile Grape. While there are no 'Wine Angels,' there are fancy machines that pour the wine for you in one, three or five ounces. Choose from more than 160 wines by the glass and enjoy those sips in an atmosphere that screams hip - we're talking broken wine barrels for the ceiling - how cool is that? With that many selections it's a wine bar that appeals to both the wine novice and the newbie.
A Feast Fit for a King - Now, we don't want to brag too much, but we do have to mention our killer buffet, Studio B Buffet. With more than 200 dishes served daily this is one Vegas buffet that should not be missed and not just because of the food, the price also includes unlimited beer and wine! Can you say bargain?
Must-see attractions line Las Vegas Boulevard. The Bellagio fountains seem to top most tourists' to-do lists, but there are many more things hidden in plain sight that are just as show stopping as the fountains themselves.
Retro Vegas - Ever wonder where old neon signs go to die? The Neon Boneyard, of course. Located just off the Strip (hey, so are we) is the Neon Museum of Las Vegas. It is home to more than 150 old signs that once graced Vegas' streets of yesteryear. For a more simple (but essential,) retro experience, enjoy a shoeshine fit for a president from the M's very own resident shoe shiner Heather Holton.
One-of-a-kind - Love a good view? Good, so do we. Take a short elevator ride up to Veloce Cibo. At 400 feet higher in elevation than the hotels on the Strip, you couldn't ask for a better view of the Strip and of the entire Las Vegas Valley. The stellar views and killer terrace can't be beat. Tucked inside Mandarin Oriental is their lobby bar, Mandarin Bar. It's an escape from Vegas, within Vegas. Offering panoramic views of the Strip but perched high on their 23rd floor you escape the chaos below from the city that never sleeps. For another escape,
Vegas offerings are extensive so ask your concierge for more suggestions and any (or all) of these recommendations can be pre-arranged for your enjoyment by one of our award-winning concierges. Stop in and say hi when you're here for a visit. They'd be glad to assist you.
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