Homewood Suites Las Vegas Airport

230 Hidden Well Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89119, United States
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Getting To M Resort and Casino

by twinkles76

Hello

Once again a question from down under.. I have read M resort is #1 buffett in vegas(of course it is with beer and wine included).. I notice it is 10 min south of the airport so what would be the best way to get there.. Is there a bus that goes down that far.. Is a taxi to expensive or can you jump on their shuttle even though your not staying there..

Re: Getting To M Resort and Casino

by PinkFloydActuary

I checked out the bus routes, and nothing goes that far unfortunately. In looking at their website, it looks like the shuttle is for guests only, but there probably is no harm in seeing if you can get on at the mall (if it's a fairly empty shuttle, I don't know why they would not let you on.) A cab ride would be pretty pricey. According to taxi fare finder (http://www.taxifarefinder.com/main.php?city=LV), it's about $40 each way. For that price, rent a car for a day, and work in some other off-strip activities to save on cab fare!

The Studio B buffet is one of the best in town...twice, we've rented a car for the day, and stopped here for lunch.

Re: Getting To M Resort and Casino

by Odinnthor

To go all the way to M for a buffet just sounds like you are seriously caught up in a marketing sceme.

The Bellagio has the best buffet in town. Of course there are others probably as good, but the M is really not up to par, although it is pretty good. Just not considering you have to go to the other end of Henderson to get it.

Re: Getting To M Resort and Casino

by Jamesr3939

Been to LV several times and son lived there for five years. Never heard the M was the best buffett. However, taxi has always been the best choice for getting around in LV. They are cheap and all over the place. It's not worth waiting for an airport shuttle, which can take 30-45 minutes to show up and make several stops in route to your stop. A taxi from the airport to the strip cost about $20 including tip.

I am not much of a buffet person so can't tell you about that. But, there are so many places (reasonable) to eat in LV don't get hung up on what you read.

Of course if money is no object, you must to do the Palm inside Ceaser's forum. Probably the best meal I have had any where.

Re: Getting To M Resort and Casino

by Odinnthor

The M Resort & Spa is at the south end of Las Vegas Blvd, right by the Henderson airport in Henderson. Landing at McCarren going to the M, you would head south on LV Blvd, away from the Strip.

The reason I said "marketing sceme" is that they have invested heavily in marketing their buffet, as a way to get players to go that far away from the Strip. Being fairly new they need to get business down there. Being mainly a seafood buffet, it is pretty good, but not "the #1 Buffet in Vegas".

http://www.themresort.com/

Re: Getting To M Resort and Casino

by PinkFloydActuary

I agree with Erik's sentiment that the Bellagio is the best buffet in town. If you're really just looking for a great buffet experience without the attached travel, you can't go wrong with that one. From my personal feelings: Cravings (Mirage), Studio B (M), Feast Around the World (Red Rock) and The Buffet at Aria would currently fall in slots 2-5 for me...of course Red Rock is about 3 times as far from the strip as M :)

I think the M is a beautiful resort...and it's worth the trip if you want to hang around there for a little while. Good luck!

Travel Tips for Las Vegas

Weather in February

by mistral077

If, like myself, you find hot weather a bit of a bind you will love Las Vegas in February. The air conditioning is not on full tilt and although you may want a jumper at times you can walk up and down the strip to your heart's content without keeling over from the heat!

How to get married in Las Vegas!!

by Erin74

Lots of people come to Las Vegas to get married. If this is something you want to do, there are a number of ways to go about it. You can have a fancy event at Bellagio, or simply stop in at the Little Church of the West any time of day.

The first step is to get a marriage license. You'll need to go to the Clark County Marriage License Bureau. It is ocated at 200 S. 3rd St., in downtown Las Vegas. PHONE: 702/455-4415. A license will cost you $50, and you'll need to provide some identification. The Bureau is open between 8 AM and midnight from Monday through Thursday and 24 hours Friday, Saturday, and holidays.

The easiest way to get married is to go to the Commissioner of Civil Marriages. You can get married there for $35.

309 S. 3rd St., Downtown Las Vegas

If you want something more traditional, try one of the many wedding chapels. These ceremonies will cost you upwards of $200, but you can rent clothes, buy flowers, have photos taken and all those traditional elements.

Candlelight Wedding Chapel
2855 Las Vegas Blvd. S, North Strip
702/735-4179 or 800/962-1818

Little Church of the West
4617 Las Vegas Blvd. S, South Strip
702/739-7971 or 800/821-2452)

Little White Chapel
1301 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
702/382-3546 or 800/545-8111
www.littlewhitechapel.com

Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel
1205 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
702/384-0771 or 800/574-4450
www.vivalasvegasweddings.com

You can also contact any of the casinos in Las Vegas and ask about their wedding facilities. They can arrange more elaborate weddings for you.

Clear skies and sunshine

by janika

My favorite thing in Vegas is the Treasure Island Hotel & casino complex. This place attracts many tourists and visitors from miles away. You see this huge pirate sign with the skull in the middle. This sign is well lit with bright neon signs at night. In fact Las Vegas is even more beautiful during the dark, night hours. Treasure Island at the Mirage has huge Pirate ships in front of the building and holds daily, scheduled shows for the general public. At this show you see acrobatic pirates jump from ship to ship and you hear and see cannon shots, sparks and all kinds of noises. Just like in the movies. When it's too hot outside, you can stand underneath of a cooler spray. These sprayers create cool mist and use chilled water. The air is dry so don't worry about sweating from the mist.

Follow a few rules and you WILL win!

by hotlipz

Having been to Las Vegas seven times I have learnt (sometimes the hard way) a few tips for gambling. I am only talking of the slotties here because that's all I do but my experiences have culmunated in one year winning the price of my holiday is 25cent slots!! My top tips are:
Use the slot machines nearest the doors. They are prgrammed to have better odds to make you enter deeper into the casino.
Set yourself an affordable limit for each evening and only take that amount with you.
All the time you are gambling you are entitled to a free drink. Keep an eye out for the waitress, order your drink and dont forget to tip. YouI'll find some Casino's are better than others at this and dont think I mean the up market ones!!
If you are there for more than the weekend the odds are higher on Sunday and Monday night and it's quieter and easier to access your favourtite slot machine!! We usually give up gambling on Friday and Saturday and have a nice meal - then start again on Sunday when everyone else is boarding their plane home!
And lastly remember although you would like a photo of you winning that jackpot, it's actually illegal to photograph people gambling in the state of Nevada - so be warned there are cameras all around you! I actually miss the sound of the slot machines!!

poker

by doug48

poker is the only "sure bet" in las vegas. in poker you are playing against other people at the table and not the house. you are basically "renting" a table for the opportunity to play others. poker is a game of luck and skill and skillful players will almost always win over less skillfull players. this game is not for novices, there are many professional poker players in las vegas. to hone your skills there are a number of poker websites where you can practice for free. many of these sites offer or advertise online gambling. don't do it! many of these sites are unregulated and are rip offs.

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 Homewood Suites Las Vegas Airport

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Address: 230 Hidden Well Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89119, United States