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#2191 - 03/05/04 04:16 PM Las Vegas Resort Review
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Have you stayed at WorldMark's Las Vegas resort? Here's your chance to tell other owners what it's really like. How big is the pool? How hot is the hot tub? What do you wish you had known before you left home?

#54426 - 04/04/14 03:22 PM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
DrJimmy Offline

Registered: 02/15/13
Posts: 20
Just got back from a 5 night stay in a 3 bdrm unit. I was pleasantly surprised because the unit was completely remodeled since my last visit in March 2013. New carpet, paint, floor tile, furniture, cabinets, lamps, tables, chairs, couch ...everything is new. They basically gutted the unit and changed everything to a more contemporary and chic decor.

I previously reviewed this resort in February 2013, I believe. Once again I had a very enjoyable stay and after dealing with the smoky interiors of the Strip casinos it is always a treat to return to the clean, peaceful, smoke free WM accomodations.

Again my only complaint is the so-called "owner education" sign-up staff when you go to get your parking pass. I told the gent that I had no interest in a presentation. They are well versed in disregarding the word "No" and he immediately replied, "it's not a presentation, but an owner-education". Right, an education on how to endure a hard sell! Once I got my pass I just walked away as I was not up for a debate after driving for the past 5 hours.

Well, I guess the 10 minute hassle of obtaining the parking pass is a small price to pay for all of the other upgrades and added benefits that come with the Wyndham affiliation.

#54382 - 03/22/14 07:25 AM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: 1kodiak]

Registered: 10/25/09
Posts: 49
Loc: OR - Oregon
Worst stay???
Please tell why, I have stayed there twice and had a great time.

#54376 - 03/19/14 03:40 PM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
1kodiak Offline

Registered: 03/05/06
Posts: 72
Loc: puyallup wash.
Just to let all know I have over 90 stays at worldmark's. This was the worst stay we have ever had. The pool was very nice.

#54192 - 02/09/14 05:57 AM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
arlpt Offline

Registered: 04/12/09
Posts: 12
We just spent four days at the Las Vegas Blvd. resort. It is a beautiful resort with ample security ...you definitely feel safe there. The grounds are beautifully kept and the pools are delightful if you are there when the temperatures are warm enough to swim ...which is most of the time! It was just a little bit cool for our early February stay. There are plenty of places to eat nearby if you prefer not venturing onto the busy part of the strip. A Vons grocery store is within a couple blocks so that is convenient as well. The resort is near the airport but we were not bothered with the sound of planes. My only complaint about the resort would be that the units are pretty small for such an elaborate resort. Our three bedroom unit was comparable to a one bedroom unit in other locations we have stayed. The master bedrooms are small and the bathrooms for the master are very small!....only a sink countertop a few inches wider than the sink itself. No place to put any toiletries! The shower in the master is a minimal stall with two mans wallet size shelves to put items on.
If you've been to Las Vegas but never visited the Valley of fire State Park... one hour north of Vegas… You really should check it out. A beautiful place of red rock formations and lots of hiking trails and beautiful vistas. Red rock canyon is another great place to visit while in the Vegas area! After all Vegas is not all about the strip! 😃

#54084 - 01/07/14 11:27 AM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
8995st Offline

Registered: 10/02/05
Posts: 18
We stayed at the Las Vegas Blvd resort in NOvember. Little late getting it on here. This has to be the best Resort. Pools were going and nothing down for repairs. Had a great room. Got a little cold going into the end of the week. Terribles is no longer there a new casino there now. The check in was great no problems. Bought tickets for a show called the DREAM. If you haven't seen this show don't miss it next time your there. It was just fantastic and you can not get a bad seat.The gal at the desk was very helpful. A good one to keep around. Rented a car from the resort with no problems. We will be back.Always a good time. If you haven't been out to Sam's Town you should go. Nice casino and the have a water show that's inside. Always have to go watch it.A little park inside all around the water show. All in all no problems at this resort again and will be returning later this year........bob

#50958 - 10/19/13 08:13 AM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: Theowyn]
byrdwoman1 Offline

Registered: 10/17/13
Posts: 1
Las vegas blvd is the best

#50893 - 09/28/13 11:45 AM Re: Construction notice re pools [Re: shahee n hussain]

Registered: 10/25/09
Posts: 49
Loc: OR - Oregon
I just stayed at the resort from Sept 23-27 2013 and the lazy river pool is still down.I would say you will still have a great time other pools that are open. The kids seemed to be having big big fun. I would say keep your plans to come.If it's open by the time of your stay then that will add to you and your kids fun.The construction had zero impact on my stay this time,we had a great time. Hope you and your family have a good time too.

#50411 - 07/04/13 11:43 AM Construction notice re pools [Re: ]
shahee n hussain Offline

Registered: 04/02/13
Posts: 6
We are 2 families planning to come during 10-15 October, with 3 kids. We got a notice that some of the pools will be closed. We are so dissapointed. Pls advise if we should be looking to go elsewhere or will the lazy river pol be open? Pls advise
Shahee n Hussain

#50352 - 06/24/13 01:12 PM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
Sconnybotland Offline

Registered: 05/27/13
Posts: 1

#50318 - 06/17/13 04:52 PM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]

Registered: 03/25/08
Posts: 8
Loc: Idaho
Stayed at the resort the first week of June with 2 other couples that were not owners. This was the second time we stayed there and the first time was much better. The best thing this time was the lazy river. You have to go to 2 different desks just to get checked in. When we got there the last thing I wanted to do was sign up for some owner education...all I wanted to do was get to the room. When we got to the room the beds in the 3rd bedroom were not put together as requested, had to have housekeeping put them together. We went to unload the coolers and put things in the freezer and the ice maker was "hanging" off the side of the fridge, which by the way was the smallest fridge I have seen in any of the resorts. The opening for it was a lot larger than the fridge and the cupboards looked like they should be in a mobile home. We called the front desk about the ice maker and they sent maintenance up to check it...said it had to be replaced. It never happened while we were there. They said we could get ice brought to us when we needed it...we called for ice the second time and they sent another maintenance person up again and he looked at it. He moved the fridge out and shut off the water to it. While he was there we started fixing dinner and the big burner on the stove was not working so he had to fix that as well. The last time I called for ice they said they did not have anyone that could bring it to the room but would send maintenance up again...seriously? There was no communication at all. I went to the gift shop to get the ice myself. They were to call the gift shop and let them know, but by the time I got there they hadn't.
The handle on the sliding door in the living room was put on backwards so there was not much room to grab it with and several broken and bent back fingernails. It was definitely not the vacation I was hoping for. I do not think our friends were impressed with the room at all which is to bad since they have gone with us on vacation to several other resorts and were thinking of buying.
The worst of all my husband and I were in the lazy river one night and stepped on a chicken leg bone. We looked around and found another one. We gave them to the lifeguard and needless to say we got out of the river.

#50299 - 06/14/13 09:57 AM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
jamir303 Offline

Registered: 05/08/07
Posts: 4
I'm now staying at the resort, my check-in is not welcoming at all, clerk was a little rude and not very welcoming. he go an attitude problem and kinda rude, but the rest of employee is very helpful and informative. My only complain is that the carpet is dirty, I have babies crawling and their leg got so dirty. I have a 3 bedroom penthouse and its so bare, the decor is not like the other places I've been. the living furniture is not appropriate with the space. i thought I'm suppose to have a murphy bed but its not. I would like to know also when was the carpet shampooed last. This is a family reunion and wedding anniversary celebration, so I'm hoping that it'll get better.


#50270 - 06/09/13 10:57 AM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
gnikuch Offline

Registered: 06/03/13
Posts: 3
Loc: NV
Anyone need a 3-bedroom suite at Las Vegas Blvd from June 30 through July 3? I booked a week for a reunion and decided to cut it short. If so email me back ASAP! cool


#50038 - 04/19/13 11:13 AM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
Castillo5 Offline

Registered: 02/17/13
Posts: 1
We went to the Blvd for Spring break with our 6 year old, our 3 year old twins, and my 75 year old grandmother. I had done A LOT of research before going. Here's what I can offer. The resort is nice, and clean, the room was in working order except the safe which just needed new batteries. The 3 bedroom was very large, and the kids had room to run around and play tag. We used the heck out of the kitchen and the washer/dryer. The walls were thin, but not so much inside the actual unit, but more like we could hear the people at the pool having a good time. The weather was cold, windy and wet, the first couple of days so we made use of the rec room with the ping pong table, pool table, and video games, and again just more space to run around. When the weather improved, we really liked the playground, and used all three pools. We did not have to rent the inner tubes, and the pool towels just needed to be check out and in, in the same day (although I think it'd have been ok if we turned them in the next day.) My poor northwesterner son couldn't handle the dry weather, and got countless bloody noses. We were very grateful for the linen exchange that was open every day. I used the gym, once and found it appropriate for my needs. They sell Starbucks drinks in the market, and they are ok (Hey I'm from Seattle, and am particular). I also visited the spa for a massage package, and although the service was great, and I felt better afterwards, it was a little akward. I had a sugar scrub, and needed to shower before the massage. The shower was in the same room as the massage tables, so I'm there showering as my male massage provider is there setting up the table. He respected my privacy, but still! The shuttle service changed right as we got there, so hopefully it will be an improved system, but it was a little iffy for a while as they worked out the "bugs". It now runs continually which means about every 40min or so, and makes a stop at the outlet mall before getting to the Monte Carlo. We had rented a scooter from Yellowscooters.com for my grandmother, and only one of the shuttles is wheelchair accessible. That meant that we could have been waiting 80-90 minutes if we didn't time it right. The front desk had a good handle on which shuttle was due next, and that helped. By the end of the week, we were all riding the RTC city bus. The drivers were mostly helpful, and for $5.00 for able bodied adults you could ride for 24 hours. That pass includes all the RTC, and Deuce buses on the strip too. We wasted money buying a monorail pass, and I do not recommend that. The monorail is at the back of the casinos it serves, and that is a long walk for anyone. The RTC was a straight shot to Southpoint Casino. The Silverton was two buses with a transfer at the transfer center (indoors with A/C, restrooms, and snacks). Taking the bus to the strip would have required a transfer too, and there is an automated voice on the bus telling you when to get off to get to the strip the fastest. We ate at GeeBees a few times. We were told that kids were not allowed, so we mostly did carry out, until we learned that kids were allowed. We went there for one last breakfast, and Cristobal provided the best service to my kids that they've ever gotten. The food was really good, and one plate of food fed all three of my boys. We had family join us and they stayed in a studio. That too was very large, and my guests only had good things to say about their room. I saved on a HK token, by changing the linens myself and was able to have my step mom stay in the room the first part of the week, and my cousin for the latter part of the week. All in all the trip was great and my only complaint is the transportation all around Vegas. There is only one shuttle company that serves Worldmark from the airport, so that was a little hassle. The total time to get anywhere in Vegas is just daunting. I'd rent a car next time if able, but would still have long walks from the parking garages at the casinos. One last note, I did discover that there are quite a few urgent cares around Worldmark, that were it not for a doctor friend we would have had to use.

#49898 - 03/23/13 08:45 PM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: DrJimmy]
sandyyates1 Offline

Registered: 02/13/08
Posts: 2
I totally agree, the South Point Casino is the BEST! The buffet was outstanding and affordable. Mexican cafe has a great lunch special.

#49730 - 02/26/13 06:28 PM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
stephanie49 Offline

Registered: 03/15/12
Posts: 14
I love Las Vegas expectally the resore on Las Vegas Blvd off the strip down past the airport across the street from the Outlet Mall. It has a lazy river as well LOVE IT laugh smile cool tired

#49700 - 02/21/13 04:52 PM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
Theowyn Offline

Registered: 02/28/12
Posts: 1
Hi everyone.

We have never stayed at any of the Las Vegas resorts, but we're planning to go to Vegas next summer (2014). Can anyone tell me which of the three resorts is the nicest or what the pros and cons of each is? I really appreciate any insight.


#49664 - 02/15/13 11:45 AM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: uk1981]
DrJimmy Offline

Registered: 02/15/13
Posts: 20
Nice post UK1981. I too have been going to this resort since before they finished construction on the 2 end bldgs with their accompanying pools. I agree with your comments about the wear & tear and I personally have always been satisfied with the quality and cleanliness of my unit. They have really stepped up parking security in the past several years. For many years the entry guard house was completely unmanned, but as you said, with the downturn in the Vegas economy more vigilance is necessary, sadly. I'm going back to this resort next month for March Madness!

#49663 - 02/15/13 11:27 AM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
DrJimmy Offline

Registered: 02/15/13
Posts: 20
I have stayed at this resort at least 6 times over the past 5 yrs and have also booked rooms for use by other family members. I have stayed in various size units: 1 bdrm, 2 bdrm penthouse and 3 bdrm standard size. The Staff has always been friendly and helpful and my experiences have always been positive.

My most recent stay was last Sunday, Feb 10, in a 1 bdrm unit on bonus time. The unit was immaculately clean and quite large for 1 bdrm: pull out murphy bed and a kitchen larger than many small apartments. Another person could have easily slept on the couch quite comfortably. The room had been upgraded with a new 32" flat screen above the fireplace. I appreciate the easy access from underground parking with a very short walk to the elevator and directly to our room. Total cost around $75. Plus they allowed me to check in at 2:00 - fully 2 hrs earlier than the stated 4 pm check in!

I was in Vegas to attend a rock concert at the Hard Rock Hotel. The cheapest room at the Hardrock that Sunday night was $100 plus resort fees and bed tax: total about $140. No refrigerator or food prep in hotel room. Probably 1/2 the size of a WM 1 bdrm. Plus you have to walk about 200 yds through the hotel to get to your room and put up with the horrendous smoky casino/lobby area. Totally inconvenient compared to the Worldmark.

Yes this resort is 15 minutes from the "action" of the Strip proper. However, it is only about 5 minutes east of Southpointe Casino and 10 minutes east of the M Casino, which has has one of the best buffets in Vegas. I highly recommend this resort for those who prefer to enjoy a little peace and quiet with their Vegas experience. I personally can only take so much of the Strip madness!

#49475 - 01/22/13 09:14 AM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
C&Mjacobs Offline

Registered: 11/27/10
Posts: 3
I was at the resort Jan 19-21 and I was pleased. The staff was nice and cheerful. The room was comfortable and met my expectations as I was just there to spend time with my niece for a quick getaway. The resort is about 4.5 miles from the strip and I would suggest staying here if you have children and not interested in being involved with the Vegas nightlife.
The shuttle was a nice addition because we didn't have a car and besides paying for a cab it was the only way to get to the strip. However, on the weekends the shuttle should run a couple of hours later. The weekend was relaxing with the exception of the pressure to upgrade. I have only been to one of these sales pitches before and didn't realize that this is what they asked me to attend when I was told "we have a buffet breakfast at 10:30am tomorrow, would you like to come and bring all your guest". Overall, I was happy with everything about the resort.

#49101 - 11/21/12 10:04 AM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: Frances&Brad]
isepa Offline

Registered: 06/29/11
Posts: 11
We stayed here one night. As far as location, I thought it was too far from the action. I like peace and quiet, but if you are looking for a Vegas experience you won't find it here. There are no views. I am not sure where the other WM resorts are in Vegas, but look into those if you want to be closer to "The Strip". It is not walking distance to anything worth walking to. This resort is huge for WM standards, I think only Indio is bigger. The rooms were typical WM quality, thin walls. The lazy river was heated to a very warm 90 degrees in November. Kudos to this resort for warming it to a decent temperature for people to truly enjoy, unlike other WM resorts.

#49098 - 11/20/12 09:27 PM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
Frances&Brad Offline

Registered: 10/18/12
Posts: 1
I am a bit confused on which resort in Las Vegas is best Tropicana or Las Vegas Boulevard -

Which one did people feel the beds were to hard?

Which one was the upkeep quite poor.

Any other tiops for travleing there over New years week would be appreciated.

#48875 - 10/09/12 08:49 PM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: gaetorade]
skhoux Offline

Registered: 10/12/08
Posts: 21
Loc: Washington
Came in at 9:30pm, which meant that the welcome desk was closed. The front desk told me I didn't need the parking tag that evening. That I could wait until the next day. Because we read on the blog the high pressure techiniques we decided to avoid it. We unplugged our phones and never got a parking tag. We loved the lazy river, it was very relaxing after a long day of aching feet from walking the strip.
I want to give kudos to the lifeguards. There was a group of "rowdy" owners in the pool. They were hiding their beer cans inside their inner tubes. One man was told by the lifeguard to place his beer on the side of the pool. He complained and gave the lifeguard a hard time. The lifeguard was 30 years younger than the man he was asking to remove his beer. These lifeguards should not have to deal with this.

#48627 - 09/03/12 07:29 AM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
gaetorade Offline

Registered: 09/03/12
Posts: 1
We were there last week 8/24-26. We had a great time in vegas, the resort was clean, quiet and friendly. The staff was friendly and helpful. The pool was a nice size and lazy river was relaxing. Some issues: The rooms show wear and tear. The main TV did not work, the bathroom/bedroom doors did not shut. They needed to sanded down by housekeeping. The lazy river was relaxing, but not as big as the Indio lazy river. There was no energy at the resort. The pool was practically empty and it closed down at 10pm. When we got back from the strip it would have been nice to take quick dip after spending the day walking in the over 110 degree temperatures. The shuttle bus was convienant, however there were several complaints about the lack of space in the buses. We were lucky and caught the last shuttle bus at 12:30am. Some owners that did not make it had been waiting prior to the 11:30pm shuttle. The shuttle driver had to make a special trip to pick up the remaining group. A couple of suggestions for the resort: 1) Free Internet access (we already pay enough in dues, we should not have to pay high access cost; 2) Expanded shuttle service on the weekends. Last pick ups should run until at least 1:30 or 2am. 3) Live band and/or organized pool events during the day.

#48573 - 08/25/12 06:23 PM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: seabreeze]
humngbrdfam Offline

Registered: 08/25/12
Posts: 3
Loc: Oregon
Here right now!

Very fancy place. Love the Lazy River. Big rooms.

Interesting there's quite a bit of wear and tear though. Tears in carpets - things like that. I really wish they would enforce the adult only swim time in the evening. I will probably talk with the front desk tomorrow about it.

There is a handy market on-site. Kind of spendy but has some good quick type of food - sandwiches, frozen meals. Great gift stuff!!

I agree about the beds - they are not at all comfortable with the exception of the pillows. But that's the same at every resort for some reason. It'd be nice to get a better variety of channels - but at least in Vegas you spend a lot of time out of the room so that's not too bad!

Everyone has been really friendly!

#48379 - 07/30/12 08:16 AM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
seabreeze Offline

Registered: 07/30/12
Posts: 2
Stayed one night at Worldmark in Las Vegas from return trip to St. George, July 2012. The resort has 3 outdoor pools, one of which is a Lazy River. Too many kids, family taking over that pool to enjoy, so used one of the other ones. Best time for adults to use Lazy River, early, early, in the morning... I do wish that at least one of the three pools could be an adult only. Again, my same complaint regarding the poor quality of beds, hard as a rock!!! Please, please upgrade the quality of these beds. They are consistantly the same at each resort, poor, hard, and extremely uncomfortable! Better beds at LaQuinta and their a "hotel" not a "resort" Come on Worldmark, you can do better.

#48152 - 07/01/12 02:32 PM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: lwalrob]
alaskanpamie Offline

Registered: 07/01/12
Posts: 1
The three bedroom penthouse is bigger, has many fancy upgrades but does not have a murphy bed in the livingroom.

#48059 - 06/21/12 09:47 PM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
PC_Julian Offline

Registered: 11/12/04
Posts: 19
Loc: Alaska
My family and I just returned from there, we stayed May 28 to June 2 2012 in a two-bedroom unit. The new TV's are an improvement and the pool is always nice, lazy river was closed for some reason. I have stayed here numerous times and will continue to do so, but stay away from the "Owners Update" Breakfast, it is nothing more than another Wyndham sales pitch. I will never attend another one of these. Also, the two that were trying to "sale" us on Wyndham knew nothing about WM Owner to Owner Credit Rentals, they said it could not be done, I said, "really" and left knowing they had no clue because I have rented out and rented others' credits in the past. That part tainted my otherwise great vacation. Stop the strong arm tactics for your travel-share stuff please! Most of us just want to enjoy Vegas!
Pat and Chaylee Julian
WM owners since 2003

#48033 - 06/19/12 07:25 AM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
XXLKirk Offline

Registered: 05/10/04
Posts: 19
Loc: Anaheim, CA
Spent 2 nights in Vegas last week.

This is always a nice resort but this time we were traveling with the newest member of our family, our 14 month old daughter. One of our concerns is that around the resort and especially in the playground area there are fruit bearing trees. The fruit or maybe its an olive, falls to the ground and gets mashed up by people stepping on them. It stains the walkway and I saw at least one person skid slightly on one. This does not make for am enjoyable playground area when a concerned parent is trying to keep little fingers and clothes from being stained by these berries or even eaten.

The other concern is that we got the usual spiel about attending the owner information blah blah blah. I've been an owner since before I met my wife and she was skeptical of the ownership until I started taking her to WM resorts. She is however, still skeptical of buying any more credits (i.e. Travelshare) but wanted to learn more so we agreed to attend the meeting.

We were told it would be 90 minutes and include breakfast. In full disclosure, we are talkers, especially when it comes to the subject of our daughter who draws people to her with her personality. I expected to be there for a while but I also explained in the first 5 minutes, to the rep, that we are not interested in buying credits at this time due to a recent real estate purchase and would like the information and numbers up front without the dog and pony show.

Two hours into the drawing of boxes and wish lists and all the other hocus pocus the reps are trained to do, my wife took our sleepy daughter back to the condo for a nap. I'm a fairly easy going guy and enjoy the conversation and banter with people but even when I tried to shut it down, this rep just kept coming. She was a great person and very friendly but at one point in the remaining hour I was there, she lost her game face and I could tell she was not happy that she had spent all that time with me and I wasn't going to take the bait.

I understand its a business and they are there to make money but what I don't get is the inability to answer my questions clearly. They keep coming around to the same tag lines of 401V, investment in a vacationing future, and do everything but say "you can't afford not to take this opportunity today".

This will be the last time I attend anything of the sort and I will continue to unplug the phone in the condo when we arrive to avoid the inevitable call.
(Stays: Kihei, Kona, Oceanside, Big Bear, Seattle, Palm Springs, Las Vegas, Anaheim, St George)

#47944 - 06/03/12 09:22 AM Re: Need Points for Your Upcoming Vacations? [Re: ]
lhrh45 Offline

Registered: 05/22/12
Posts: 17
Loc: California, United States
I have available 53,000 points for rent. Others are already interested!:) Please email me if you need more for your vacation or for one you would like to take.
Contact email: lhrh45@yahoo.com

#47282 - 02/28/12 01:58 PM Re: Las Vegas Resort Review [Re: ]
dverzic Offline

Registered: 08/07/09
Posts: 6
Loc: San Jose, CA
We just got back from 4 days in Vegas. We had gone for a wedding so we really weren't that interested in being on the Strip. It's not far though and there is a shuttle if you don't want to drive there. Overall, the unit was nice. We had four people in a one-bedroom unit which was a little cramped. Next time we'll definitely go for a two-bedroom. The pool and jacuzzi were very nice and close to all units. I didn't like how they pressured me to go to a breakfast meeting "just to let them know what I like about my WM ownership" I went to one in Angels Camp last summer and found out that it is really just a sales ploy. Anyway, I told them I would go, but then when they called to confirm it that morning I told them I couldn't make it afterall. It was a lot easier to let them down that way. I really don't like the pressure though, and hope that WM stops this practice. They should have it available if you want, but not make it seem so compulsory. It was nice to have a mini market on the property to get things we ran out of,like milk, so we didn't have to make an extra trip to the grocery store. The employees didn't seem very friendly though, and one of the shuttle drivers we had was downright surly. I also was a little upset that after driving all the way from San Jose for 8 hours our unit wasn't ready. We were a little early, so we understood that, but by 4:20 we still weren't in our unit. Overall,we had a good time,though, as always, and would stay there again in the future.

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