One of the newest pools in Las Vegas, The pool club at the M Resort is officially named the Villaggio Del Sole Pool and Entertainment Piazza because the M Resort Pool offers far more than just swimming. In addition to two pools, there is a stage for entertainment, a full-service pool bar, access to several of the newest Las Vegas restaurants, and three luxurious terraces.
The main focal point of the complex is the main M Resort swimming pool, which is rectangular in shape and bisected by a walkway that supports six decks extending out into the pool area. The design of the 100,000-square-foot pool club at the M Resort blends the four elements of nature: earth, air, fire and water. Waterfalls are incorporated with fire features, and the stunning desert provides an excellent backdrop to the stage set up on the far end of the pool. There is a large whirlpool nestled in desert greenery and a shallow wading area of the pool with partially submerged deck chairs for a unique sunbathing experience.
For a taste of opulence, the M Resort swimming pool offers daybeds and cabanas available to rent. These canopied oases freckle the entire complex, offering daybeds resting on pool decks and sheltered chaise lounges in cabanas, complete with 32-inch televisions and well-stocked refrigerators. All daybeds and cabanas at the M Resort Pool also come with a personal cabana host and an amenities basket.
The M Resort pool doesn't just offer a relaxing day poolside—it caters to your party side as well. One of the most vibrant parts of the M Resort swimming pool is the new 12,000-square-foot pool club called Daydream. Holding more than 800 guests, this European-style poolside club is the next big Vegas pool party, frequently entertained by a DJ or live music. Conveniently located off the main pool club at the M Resort area, Daydream is sheltered by palm trees for privacy. All guests must be 21 and over. Ten cabanas are available to rent with iPod docking stations, Wi-Fi and an attentive staff ready to meet your every need. For those hot desert afternoons, the bar at Daydream offers a 60-foot ice-railed counter to keep your drink cold, an enviable feature when compared with many other Las Vegas bars.