Date(s) - 19/07/2014
11:30 am - 6:00 pm
DayDream Pool at M Resort is haveing a bikini contest on July 19th. If you want to score yourself one of the cash prizes, be there from 4-5pm.
The locals’ pool party by locals is at DayDream, the Pool Club at M Resort. This summer, DayDream kicks up the action with hot dance beats from celebrity DJ Sandman as he sets the party mood for this 21+ paradise.
Indulge in the best hand-crafted cocktails served to perfection poolside or meet up at the hot tub or ice-railed bar.
Lounge around the infinity pool deck which also features private daybeds and cabanas luxuriously equipped to both party and pamper.
Cabana Minimum Starts at $250 (Monday – Friday) and Includes:
- Complimentary Bottle of Liquor
- Cabana Accommodates up to 10 people
- 6 Assorted Juices
- Assorted Snacks (Cabana Food Menu Options Available at Additional Cost)
- 4 Lounge Chairs • Safe • TV
M Resort Spa Casino is a boutique hotel and casino in Henderson, Nevada, owned and operated by Penn National Gaming. It is located on 90 acres at the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and St. Rose Parkway, near the affluent neighborhood of Southern Highlands. The hotel includes a 92,000-square-foot casino and a 390 room boutique hotel. The hotel tower is 118.17 feet tall.
M Resort has received a four-star rating from the Forbes Travel Guide every year since its opening, deeming the property “One of the Finest Hotels in the World”
Anthony Marnell III is the son of Tony Marnell (owner of Marnell Corrao Associates), who has developed resorts such as Caesars Palace, Wynn Las Vegas, and the Bellagio. Anthony Marnell III acquired the land for the resort for $240 million. MGM Mirage announced a $160 million investment in the resort on April 26, 2006. The total cost of the completed project was $1 billion. Marnell Corrao Associates was responsible for development, master-planning, interior design, construction/design/program management, FFE procurement, property management, as well as being the executive design architect, architect of record, and general contractor.
The resort opened to the public on March 1, 2009.
In October 2010, Penn National Gaming bought the resort’s $860 million in debt from the Bank of Scotland for $231 million. They then acquired the property the following June, in exchange for canceling the debt. Marnell remained as president, but with no ownership. – Wikipedia