Marnell III unveils plansfor M Resort & Casino

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Earlier this month, Anthony A.
Marnell, III, unveiled plans for the M Resort, Spa and Casino, which he
predicted would re-set the bar for locals-oriented casinos in the Las Vegas
Valley.

Situated on 80 acres at St. Rose
Parkway and Las Vegas Boulevard, the resort will be the largest within the
Henderson city limits. Completion is scheduled for Spring 2009.

“The driving force behind M
Resort, Spa and Casino is service,” Marnell said. “We are bringing
back the old Las Vegas hands-on approach to the property. We want our team
members to recognize guests by name, not by room card or number.”

The 11-story resort will consist
of 390 rooms and suites, 90,000 square feet of gaming and more than 40,000
square feet of meeting and convention space.

There will also be a variety of
luxury amenities including a 20,000 square foot spa as well as multiple
restaurants, dining and entertainment options.

The resort’s building site will
be 400 feet higher in elevation than the resorts on the Las Vegas Strip,
providing views of the Vegas skyline from virtually every area of the resort.

In addition, the unique
architectural design incorporates a 100,000 square foot canyon featuring a pool
area with waterfalls that will blend with beauty of the surrounding desert and
mountains.

“The architectural design,
amenities and service at M Resort, Spa and Casino will be unlike any
resort-casino in Las Vegas,” Marnell said. “The property is the newest
expression of where we believe the future of the industry lies.”

If the Marnell name sounds
familiar, it should. Marnell’s father, Tony Marnell and his company, Marnell
Corrao Associates, is responsible for building such Las Vegas landmarks as
Caesars Palace, Wynn Las Vegas, Treasure Island, the Rio All-Suite hotel/casino
and the Forum Shops, to name a few.

“The architecture of M
Resort, Spa and Casino is about creating a space that is comfortable for all
generations, an environment everyone can enjoy,” said Tony Marnell. “I’m
very proud to be working with my son who is the owner of this project. He has
asked us to really push the envelope with the design and architecture of the M
Resort.”

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