The M Resort Spa Casino, the newest resort to open in Las Vegas, and recent Forbes Travel Guide Four Star Award Winner, will welcome the nation’s tallest Christmas Tree, a 109-foot White Fir on December 12. The Christmas Tree is expected to wow throngs of spectators with its towering display of lights and ornaments this holiday season.
The tree will be placed in the M Resort’s Villaggio Del Sole Outdoor Entertainment and Events Piazza on December 2. It is expected to take up to a week to decorate with thousands of lights and ornaments. The M Resort will host a special Tree Lighting Ceremony on Saturday, December 12 at 5 p.m. Hot chocolate, carolers, Christmas cookies and more will be available in the resort’s piazza.
Open just eight months, the M Resort is the newest resort destination in Las Vegas. With just 390 rooms and suites, the boutique resort caters to both Las Vegas residents and out-of-town guests. It is the first property travelers from Southern California encounter when driving in to Las Vegas.
“We want travelers to choose Las Vegas for the holidays. We’re happy that the M Resort can add to the destination’s offerings by bringing the nation’s tallest Christmas tree to our backyard. It will be an amazing sight to see and we’re hoping it spreads a bit of holiday cheer around the country,” said Anthony A. Marnell III, Chairman & CEO, M Resort.
Visitors to the M Resort can expect to not only see a majestic Christmas Tree, but whimsical décor, entertainment for the entire family, seasonal holiday menus and special promotions throughout the month of December. The resort is offering a special Fa La La package for the holidays with rates starting at $110 night and a $75 dining credit. Guests can call 1-877-673-7678 and mention Group Code HMFALA9 or visit themresort.com to book.
To spread holiday cheer, the resort has also partnered with local charities Toys for Tots, Three Square and Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada to be a drop-off location for toys, canned food and coats. People coming to view the tree are also encouraged to drop off supplies beginning December 12 through December 23 at the resort.