M Hotel Buffet Prices

The M Hotel buffet may be smaller than most of the hotel and casino complexes in Nevada but what it lacks in relative size it makes up for in outstanding quality of the food and drinks. This is not surprising as the M Resort Spa and Casino, a boutique hotel and casino in Henderson, Nevada, has consistently received high honors, such as the four-star rating from the Forbes Travel Guide as “One of the Finest Hotels in the World”.

Here’s a list of M Hotel buffet prices:


Lunch Buffet

Monday-Friday (12:00pm-2:30pm)

International Lunch

Dinner Buffet

Sundays-Thursdays (6:00pm-10:00pm)

Seafood Steamboat

Dinner Buffet

Fridays-Saturdays (6:00pm-10:00pm)

Weekend Seafood Steamboat


Anthony Marnell III, the son of Tony Marnell whose accomplishments include the development of Caesars Palace, the Bellagio, and Wynn Las Vegas, is the man behind the M Resort Spa and Casino. The resort itself opened its doors to the public on 1 March 2009.

In June 2011, Penn National Gaming acquired the property after it purchased the resort’s $860 million debt the previous year.

What they are Famous for

Studio B, the buffet place at the M Resort Spa and Casino, is well-known for its more than 200 dishes and desserts. Food critics and lovers have been known to rave about the delicious quality of its food as well as its attractive presentation, both of which contribute to a wonderful dining experience.

Why Dine Here

Studio B strives to delight all of the senses – and it’s no surprise considering that the M Resort Spa and Casino management apparently strives to make each guest’s experience a wonderful one. Upon entering the area, you will be impressed by the fairly open dining room arrangement with tables surrounding the buffet area and booths at the end. You will also be entertained by the cooking demonstrations broadcasted by large television sets mounted over the buffet line.

Your first encounter with the food will likely be the espresso bar and dessert table, a preview of the delicious things to come although you may also want to eat dessert first. Your choices in food, of which there are more than 200, include a full selection of freshly-prepared salads and soups as well as condiment bar where cheese, croutons and other toppings can be found.

You will love the multiple carving stations featuring mouthwatering cuts of roast beef, ham, prime rib, and ham as well as several choices in sauces and side dishes; the chefs cut the meats for diners. You will also find Asian, Mexican and Italian stations as well as seafood dishes like lobster, fish, and crab legs. Your meal can end with the sweet desserts like flan, macaroons, and cakes.

The best thing about the buffet: The all-you-can-drink aspect that include soft drinks, cider, root beer, Warsteiner, and Pabst Blue Ribbon.