New York-New York Las Vegas

3790 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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New York New York is an especially unique property located on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip. Made up of many towers designed to look like classic New York City high-rises, there’s no missing this iconic spot. There is even a replica of the Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge. Outside, there is near sidewalk access to many unique pubs, Las Vegas restaurants, and bars. This area has become especially attractive in recent years, since Las Vegas’ hockey team came to the T-Mobile arena. Inside, you will find rooms and suites tailored to whatever your group desires, along with amenities like a large pool area with deck space, a word class spa and salon, and more. The adults in your party will love going to the nightclubs onsite, and the children tagging along will love riding the Big Apple Coaster. So, stay in one of the most thematic and expansive resorts on the Strip at New York New York.

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Park Avenue Queen with View 2 Queen Beds 350 Sq Ft Strip View WiFi

Park Avenue Queen with View 2 Queen Beds 350 Sq Ft Strip View WiFi

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Park Avenue King

1 King Bed 350 sq feet Internet - WiFi Entertainment - 40-inch plasma TV with premium channels and pay movies Food & Drink - Room service (limited) Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and bed sheets Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, free toiletries, and a hair dryer Practical - Laptop-compatible safe, iron/ironing board, and phone; rollaway/extra beds and free cribs/infant beds available on request Comfort - Fresh bed sheets (on request), fresh towels (on request), and air conditioning Accessibility - Wheelchair accessible Eco-friendly - Eco-friendly toiletries and recycling bin Need to Know - Housekeeping on request Non-Smoking, pet friendly Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability

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Spa Suite

1 King Bed 500 sq feet Relax - Indoor private spa tub Internet - WiFi Entertainment - 40-inch plasma TV with premium channels and pay movies Food & Drink - Room service (limited) Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and bed sheets Bathroom - Private bathroom, deep soaking bathtub and separate shower Practical - Laptop-compatible safe, iron/ironing board, and phone; rollaway/extra beds and free cribs/infant beds available on request Comfort - Fresh bed sheets (on request), fresh towels (on request), and air conditioning Eco-friendly - Eco-friendly toiletries and recycling bin Need to Know - Housekeeping on request Non-Smoking, pet friendly Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability

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Swimming Pools at the New York-New York Las Vegas

The pools at New York-New York are a fun way to relax at the resort. The New York-New York pool strikes a balance between homey and upscale. While the in-pool fountain is a trendy touch, the volleyball net stringing across the narrow point of the pool gives off a backyard pool party vibe that everyone can enjoy. All of this is placed in the middle of New York-New York’s signature cityfront replicas, keeping the theme intact even at the pool.  The plush lounge chairs are an excellent way to catch some sun, and come with complimentary beverages and towel service. For added space, the pool cabanas come equipped with the standard extras for any poolside experience, such as couches, refrigerators and safes for keeping valuables protected. Three Jacuzzis line the perimeter of the deck as well, to enjoy during the pool’s seasonal opening months. Watch the riders on the Big Apple coaster from the water for a unique view inside the pool complex. If possible, plop down into one of the submerged chairs to keep cool in the Vegas heat while you people watch in comfort. Walk through the New-York-New-York casino to access the pool, and enjoy the bustling fun that is not unlike the city itself.

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New York-New York Las Vegas is a Pet Friendly hotel

Dogs love to visit New York New York almost as much as their owners. That’s because New York New York is a dog friendly establishment. Their dog friendly rooms allow for up to two dogs, with a combined weight of one hundred pounds or less. If you are staying in a room, the fee each night per dog is $50. If you are staying in a suite, the fee is $100 per dog per night. Also, New York New York staff is available to assist you and your pet during your stay. If you need a dog sitter, contact the concierge. If you need housekeeping, just give them a call from your room as soon as possible.

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New York-New York Las Vegas is a Child Friendly hotel

New York New York is at the top of the list for most kid friendly resorts in Las Vegas. It’s here that you will find world famous kid friendly attractions like M&M's World, where you can customize your own version of everyone’s favorite candy. And if that’s not enough chocolate, you can also check out Hershey’s Chocolate World. But of course, the most kid friendly attraction at New York New York is the Big Apple Coaster. You’ll notice it as you arrive, wrapped around the reimagined towers of the New York New York hotel and Las Vegas’ own Statue of Liberty. Kids will love the thrills, and so will you.

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New York-New York Las Vegas is a Four Star hotel

If you are hoping for a hotel that’s the perfect mix of fun and excellent features, look no further than New Yor- New York. With over 29,000 positive reviews, this resort and casino is “very good”. Your rooms will be dripping in classic luxury style, and fabulous shops, restaurants, and shows will be just behind your door.

So, waste no more time considering where to stay. You and your party will have a great time exploring the nooks and crannies of New York New York, and setting out for days and nights of fun.

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New York-New York Las Vegas is a cheap hotel

Rooms at New York New York vary in size and price. Depending on what time of year you visit, or what days of the week you arrive, your rates may be higher or lower. For instance, if you choose to come during the summer or around New Year’s Eve, your rates will be higher. Likewise, if your travel dates are centered around a weekend instead of mid-week, the price will go up.

With rooms being extremely affordable, you’ll be able to get a great space with room in the budget for Las Vegas extravagance.

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New York-New York Las Vegas is a Family Friendly hotel

New York New York is a great place to bring the whole family. By booking a luxurious suite, you, your children, and any adults in your family will be able to spread out and relax. Family members will appreciate convenient features like in-room dining, offered almost 24/7. There is also a concierge at your disposal to handle larger reservations, or to help you book a cluster of show tickets all seated together.

And of course, there is fun to be had by all. The women in your family will love a day relaxing by the pool or at the spa. The guys will love walking to a hockey game at nearby T-Mobile arena. So, bring the whole family along for the perfect Las Vegas getaway.

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New York-New York Las Vegas is on the South of the Strip

Do you plan to spend the entirety of your Las Vegas vacation on the Strip? Or, do you wish to spend a part of it discovering the many exciting attractions off the Strip, too? Either way, New York New York might be a great place for you to stay.

New York New York is located on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip, as you can see on our downloadable Las Vegas Strip map 2022. However, it is also almost in the center of the Strip too. The hotel itself is a great location, with so many things to do you may not want to leave. But, if you do wish to venture out, you will be within walking distance of many Strip attractions. And, if you want to leave the Strip, the highway is close by.

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New York-New York Las Vegas has rooms with Jacuzzis

Anyone loves walking into their resort room and realizing that they have a private Jacuzzi. If you want to make sure you have this extra-luxurious feature, book a suite at New York New York.

The Spa Suite has a jet tub right in the middle of 500 square feet of living space, as well as other spa-like features. The Marquis Suite, 200 square feet larger, also has a whirlpool tub. However, this tub has enough room for four people, and is separated from the bed by a half wall. The Players Suite also has this 4 person whirlpool tub. You and your guests will love sipping champagne while enjoying this amenity.

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New York-New York Las Vegas is a Hotel with Rooms

Hoping to find great room accommodations? New York New York has both suites and rooms. The most size efficient room is the Park Avenue King room, with a cozy bed and standard amenities. You can change this room by getting one with double queen beds instead.

The Park Premier King room is an upgrade, with an extra 100 square feet to relax in. You may choose to switch out your king bed for two queens in this accommodation as well. Both the Premier and Park Avenue rooms have Strip View options, so make sure you choose your preference at booking.

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New York-New York Las Vegas has rooms with a view of the Strip

Want that coveted view of the Las Vegas Strip? Stay in a Strip View room at New York New York. The Park Avenue Two Queen room has a View option. So, if you want a standard room with a not-so-standard view of the Strip, this is a great choice. Likewise, the Park Premier King or Two Queen room offers Strip views from a slightly bigger room. And of course, the Two Bedroom Penthouse Suite also has this feature.

Your Strip View room at New York New York may overlook the MGM Grand, the T-Mobile Arena, Park MGM, and more. Seeing those glittering lights throughout your stay is sure to add a special touch to your trip. When you feel like going into the action, here are some cool places to go on the Strip.

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New York-New York Las Vegas has Suites

New York New York has many suites to choose from. Some of these suites are one bedrooms. Due to their lovely features, These one bedroom suites are worth your consideration. The 700-800 square foot Players Suite is your first option, with two Queen beds in one large shared living space. This suite has a nice entertainment area with 40 inch televisions and a Bose stereo system.

Another choice is the One Bedroom Luxury Suite, which has 1,100 square feet. Since only three guests can stay here, you will all have more than enough room. A spa tub and upgraded bathroom amenities are here, as well as a wet bar and dining room table.

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New York-New York Las Vegas has Penthouse Suites

If you are looking for an experience in amazing VIP living, consider booking a Penthouse on the Las Vegas Strip at the New York New York hotel. This suite has 1,100 square feet and one King bed. You’ll feel like high New York society in your separate master bedroom, or while soaking in your spa tub. Robes and slippers are provided in this room too.

Don’t forget to use your personal wet bar area to mix and serve your specialty cocktail. Finally, each night you’ll love turndown service, which will help you relax even further before a rejuvenating night of sleep.

The only room even nicer than a standard Penthouse at New York New York is the Two Bedroom Penthouse Suite. The two bedroom is over twice as large as its one bedroom counterpart, at 2,600 square feet. Enjoy a whirlpool tub, many seating areas, and a spectacular view of the Strip.

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New York-New York Las Vegas has Spa Suites

Spa Suites are found throughout Las Vegas hotels, and add a level of wellness to your Las Vegas vacation. Many travelers love the added feeling of their own private spa amenities in their rooms. If you want to try out a Spa Suite, or are researching Spa Suite options, consider this property. There are three varieties of Spa Suites at New York New York.

The first two options are the standard Park Avenue King or two queen rooms. However, when Spa amenities are added, they are referred to as Stay Well Park Avenue rooms. Stay here and enjoy air-purification, aromatherapy, and more. The other option is the Spa Suite, which has a huge spa tub near the bed.

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More About New York-New York Las Vegas

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If someone were to create a New York City-themed amusement park, it would look like the New York-New York Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.


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About New York-New York

The resort on the center of the Strip honors the city that never sleeps with ⅓ replicas of the Brooklyn Bridge and Statue of Liberty, along with other famous landmarks. The hotel rooms are disguised from the outside, appearing as NYC buildings. The cluster of replica buildings depict the Empire State Building, Liberty Plaza, New Yorker Hotel, Chrysler Building and eight others. They’ve taken creative liberties with the skyline and added a roller coaster, because why not? It is the Las Vegas Strip, after all.

The Hotel

There is so much to enjoy at New York-New York. Each room is decorated in warm, brown tones with nature-influenced decor. If you’re able to get a room on the hotel’s upper floors, you’ll have a great view of Las Vegas. You can close the blackout curtains or enjoy the scenery, whether it’s the mountains in the distance, a gorgeous shot of the city, or the spacious pool.

Rooms And Suites

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The rooms at the New York-New York are a great bargain, especially considering the hotel’s central location. Here, guests can relax and unwind without spending a fortune.

The design is simple yet elegant, which is fitting since the hotel advertises its rooms as “no-nonsense.” In the Park Avenue rooms, the decor and bathrooms have an old-school feel, while the more exclusive rooms have private hot tubs and more up-to-date facilities. You could choose to stay in one of the budget-friendly 350 square-feet Park Avenue rooms or splurge and book the massive 1100 square-feet Penthouse Suite.

Stay Well and Dog-Friendly

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If you’d like to stay in an extra-soothing space, New York-New York has specially-designed rooms for maximum comfort. Its Fresh by Stay Well rooms have aromatherapy, infusers in the shower heads to reduce chlorine, digital sleep and wellness resources and more.

New York-New York also makes an effort to accommodate each of their guests, no matter whether they’re human or canine. Guests who have traveled with their dogs will be pleased to know that the hotel offers dog-friendly rooms for a fee. As an added perk, they also have “Doggie Butler Services.” These paid services include check-ins and dog sitting, along with a box with treats and toys.

Staff members are friendly when dealing with guests’ concerns. Usually, when a guest calls down to the front desk and mentions an issue with their room, the staff will provide a solution. The staff also enforces a guests-only policy on the hotel floors. Because of this, one member of your party must present proof of your booking to a security guard before entering the hotel area.

Meeting Spaces

The resort has over 20,000 square feet of meeting rooms and halls. The spaces are neutrally designed to host everything from corporate conferences to weddings. Like much of New York-New York, the facilities are clean and well-kept.

Pool

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During the summer, relaxing by the pool at the New York-New York is a fine way to spend a hot day on the Strip. It’s simple and clean, more like a community pool than a Vegas resort pool. It’s never too crowded thanks to the enforced occupancy limits. Guests can head straight for the water or book a cushioned lounge chair, which comes with a bucket of non-alcoholic drinks and towel service.

For a special occasion, consider reserving a cabana. Each cabana is outfitted with four lounge chairs, a couch, a flat-screen television with a premium sports package, misting service and more.

Parking

Like all MGM properties, parking is a paid service at New York-New York. It might be a hassle for those who arrive by car, but it’s part of the reason why the resort fee is less expensive than its neighboring hotels. The parking fee can be charged to your room bill. Short-term visitors can pay by presenting their parking ticket at the garage kiosk

Alternatively, you could check out our roundup of places to park for free on the Strip and then walk or ride to the resort.

Spa and Fitness Center

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UPDATE APRIL 2022: The Spa at New York-New York has closed to the public permanently. Guests of the hotel are welcome to use the Spa at Park MGM for all of their relaxation needs, and the fitness center and salon will remain open for use.

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The fitness center is packed with basic machines like treadmills and ellipticals. Guests 18 and older can head to the fitness center for a simple workout at no added cost.

The spa at the New York-New York has simple decor, but the services are excellent. The massage therapists at the New York-New York are great at treating knots and soreness of all kinds. After a long flight, a road trip or a day spent walking on the Strip, you’ll be grateful for the talented staff.

Choose between a hot stone massage, a customized massage, a couples massage or the resort’s signature massage. They also offer specialized massages for people who are expecting to relieve muscles strained by pregnancy. Additional services include hydrotherapy and baths with therapeutic ingredients, available for female guests. You can also book a waxing treatment for various spots on the body. While you’re there, you may be tempted to get one of their facials or collagen skin enhancements.

Notables

Walking Bridges

New York-New York has two pedestrian bridges, one from MGM Grand and one from Excalibur. From MGM Grand, visitors can cross directly above Las Vegas Boulevard to New York-New York. It can be a jarring and exhilarating experience if the road below is busy. The bridge from Excalibur leads visitors over Tropicana Avenue. Both walkways have excellent views of the replica New York cityscape for which the resort is best known.

The Park

Let the best of these Big Apple-inspired grounds bring your New York dreams to life at The Park. This oasis of green is home to several restaurants and art sculptures that give off strong Central Park vibes. Stop by for some casual food on the Strip and people watching.

Casino

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The casino at New York-New York is one of the more casual establishments on the Las Vegas Strip. The casino floor is quite large at 84,000 square feet ,but isn’t so huge that it becomes a chore to explore. The staff members are friendly and welcoming, and like the energy at New York-New York itself, the casino is decidedly lively.

With over 900 slot machines and around 50 table games, you won’t run out of ways to test your luck. The table games dealers are friendly and knowledgeable, and the low minimums make New York-New York an excellent casino for casual gambling. The limits range from $10 to $2,000, and the casino has an average return to player rate on bets. Frequent visitors can get MGM Rewards cards which provide perks and free plays on slot machines as a reward for spending money.

Overall, the casino at New York-New York is a come-as-you-are place to have a fun time without breaking the bank. If you want to wear comfortable clothes and play a few games on a budget, check out New York-New York. Enjoy the DJ on the casino floor as you gamble, or opt to explore the property.

Restaurants

Whether you’re craving a quick bite or a slow meal, you can find something you’ll like at one of New York-New York’s many dining spots. Whether you prefer international fare or domestic dishes, New York-New York has several restaurants that honor the diverse food scene of New York City. Travel the world without leaving the resort by checking out these globe-spanning spots.

Gallagher’s Steakhouse

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The dry-aged beef at Gallagher’s Steakhouse is a must-try for meat lovers. A New York import, Gallagher’s is the most upscale and expensive restaurant that New York-New York has to offer. Despite its status as the most pricey restaurant at the resort, you can get a delicious meal for two for under $100.


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Tom’s Urban

If you’re looking for a much more casual experience, head to Tom’s Urban. This classic sports bar has a vast menu with specialties including deep dish nachos and a signature bacon macaroni and cheese.

Beerhaus

Beer fanatics visiting New York-New York will love Beerhaus. This modern beer hall has a curated menu of craft beers and several sandwiches, sausages and sides that pair perfectly with a cold pint. It’s a great spot for a fun lunch or a casual dinner.

Il Fornaio

At Il Fornaio, you can enjoy award-winning enjoy award-wining Italian food with a New York twist. Try their wood-fired pizza or housemade pasta, or simply stop in for fresh pastries at the Il Fornaio bakery.

Gonzalez y Gonzalez

Gonzalez y Gonzalez specializes in southwestern fare that’ll hit the spot if you’re craving some spice. You can pair your meal with a drink from their tequila bar to kick off a night on the Strip.

Nine Fine Irishmen

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Nine Fine Irishmen is arguably the best Irish pub on the Strip, if not the best in the United States. It’s located just off New York-New York’s casino floor. This authentic Irish spot is the place to go if you’re looking for a taste of Irish history and a world-class shepherd’s pie.

Sake Rok

Sake Rok is a half-theater and half-restaurant, with roving performers who create entertaining spectacles between tables. Its reopening is highly anticipated, so guests can visit the place that describes itself as a “high-profile social dining extravaganza.”

Quick Bites

The Village Street Eateries are New York-New York’s creative take on a food court. The faux-street houses six quick and inexpensive stops set in a replica of Greenwich Village. Enjoy a slice of pizza or a classic deli sandwich while you take in Vegas’s homage to the streets of New York City. Grab a coffee and a pastry at Greenwich Coffee from 7 a.m. to noon, or some fast French food at 48th and Crepe from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. For lunch and dinner, check out Fulton’s Fish Fry, Greenburg’s Deli, Sirrico’s Pizza or Times Square To Go.

If you need to grab a bite on the move, the resort is also home to some familiar fast-food restaurants. A Shake Shack, a Nathan’s Hot Dogs and a Starbucks are all located on the property.

Bars

New York-New York may not have trendy nightclubs with famous DJs, but each of their bars has a unique personality.

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Coyote Ugly

If you’ve seen the film, you know what to expect from Coyote Ugly. This saloon is a wild and rowdy place to let loose.

The Chocolate Bar

The Chocolate Bar is a niche little spot specializing in candy-inspired drinks. It’s located next to Hershey’s Chocolate World, in case you hadn’t satisfied your sweet tooth there.

The Lobby Bar

The Lobby Bar at New York-New York is, unsurprisingly, in the resort’s lobby. Stop in if you want a quick drink before checking in, if you’re waiting on friends or if you want to play some bartop games.

Center Bar

Center Bar is the appropriately named bar located at the center of the casino floor in New York-New York. Open 24/7, this bar is a great spot to relax and unwind.

Pour 24

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Pour 24, so named because it used to be open 24 hours a day, is a small, funky watering hole that overlooks the casino floor at New York-New York. Stop in for a beer or save some money by visiting during happy hour. This is one of the best people-watching spots on the Strip.

Entertainment

New York-New York has some thrilling entertainment options that are great for a trip on a budget. With an arcade, a rollercoaster and a comedy show, New York-New York proves that a trip to Vegas can be fun for the whole family.

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Big Apple Coaster

If you’re looking for a thrill, check out the Big Apple Coaster. You can feel like a kid again as you whirl around the exterior of New York-New York. See the Strip and the mountains beyond from a new perspective—upside-down, while flying by at nearly 70 miles per hour. Looking for an added layer of adventure? Grab a virtual reality headset to strap on while riding the coaster. This immersive add-on transports riders to other worlds, while still maintaining the “white-knuckling” thrill of the coaster itself. The tickets cost around $20 to $25, depending on the time of day.

Big Apple Arcade

For family-friendly fun, check out the Big Apple Arcade. Open from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily, the arcade has modern and classic favorites that visitors of all ages can enjoy. Who doesn’t love skee-ball?

Dueling Pianos

One of the most entertaining attractions at New York-New York is their dueling piano show, located at The Ultimate Neighborhood bar. For a $25 admission fee, you’re guaranteed a seat to the show. Enjoy a drink or two, or maybe some bar food from their limited menu as you listen to two pianists go head-to-head, armed only with their keys.

Terry Fator

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Terry Fator won the second season of America’s Got Talent with the help of his dummy friends. His act combines comedy and ventriloquism, plus vocal impressions of well-known figures. Thanks to his quick wit and impressive talent, he’s been a fixture of the Las Vegas entertainment scene since 2007. The permanent show at the New York-New York is entitled Who’s the Dummy Now? and runs from Sunday to Thursday.

Shopping

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The resort is home to several fun souvenir shops that are perfect when you’d like to grab a memento of your trip.

Hershey’s Chocolate World

Hershey’s Chocolate World offers patrons interactive experiences like personalizing candy wrappers.

Welcome to Las Vegas

Welcome to Las Vegas carries the kinds of gaudy novelty gifts that are perfect to bring home to friends.

Essentials

Every hotel needs an essentials shop. This aptly-named location sells sundries and swimwear, among other items.

Hello Kitty Cafe

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On the weekends, you can check out the Hello Kitty Cafe for undeniably cute merchandise of the beloved cartoon cat.

Grand Central Bling

Cool jewelry is the draw of Grand Central Bling, which is a fun store that falls into the gray grit of the Big Apple aesthetic.

Swatch

Keep track of your time—literally-—by grabbing a new timepiece from this famous Swiss watch manufacturer.

Stupidiotic

Make the smart choice and pick up novelty gifts and gag items at Stupidiotic that will tickle funny bones of all ages.

SoHo Shop

New York City is known for its fashions, and SoHo Shop delivers all of the best wares that boast the Big Apple’s brand.

Visit New York-New York Hotel

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New York-New York Hotel and Casino is a fun, inexpensive resort with a great location. It doesn’t overwhelm visitors with glitz and glamor, although that is arguably part of its magic. When you visit New York-New York, you don’t need to put on airs or spend thousands of dollars gambling. The city—and the city of Las Vegas—are ready to welcome you.


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Rewards Program

MGM Resorts International’s M Life Rewards program is a loyalty program that offers benefits at all 10 MGM-owned casino properties in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Mlife Rewards program contains two levels: M Life Rewards and M Life Rewards MasterCard.

M Life Rewards Elite Status

M Life Rewards members can earn status with the Mlife Rewards program through their play and stays at MGM-owned properties. There are five tiers: Sapphire, Pearl, Gold, Platinum, and Noir. 

  • You start in the Sapphire tier upon creating an account. This tier gets you mobile check-in, personalized offers and room discounts. When you create your account you also are now able to earn points that will get you comps and other things on the Strip. 
  • The next tier is the Pearl tier, and you need 25,000 tier credits to reach this level. You’ll now get 10% more points earned playing slots, an extension on when your points would expire from no activity and a dedicated line at participating buffets. You also get access to all the Sapphire perks. 
  • At 75,000 tier credits, you’ll now reach the Gold tier. You’ll be able to experience everything Pearl has to offer along with an increased 20% bonus on points earned playing slots and a priority hotel check-in line at the front desk. 
  • Platinum tier is obtained at 200,000 tier credits. You can reap all the benefits from the tiers below along with a now 30% bonus on points earned playing slots, priority access to valet and taxis, and an annual complimentary cruise on Royal Caribbean or Celebrity Cruises. 
  • Noir is for the hotshots. This status is invitation-only and if you’re lucky enough to be invited, you’ll get a 40% bonus on your slots played, guaranteed advance hotel and restaurant reservations and complimentary limousine service to and from the airport to your hotel. 

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Earning M Life Points and Tier Credits 

M Life is a little confusing when it comes to earning points or redeeming them. Each game gets you different amounts of points, then that will change based on what tier level you are, and for redemptions, it depends on if you’re local or traveling to Las Vegas and they run promotions all the time to give you opportunities for more comps. 

Let’s explain the two types of rewards for M Life though. 

  • Base Points – this is what will earn you free plays at slots and video poker and also give you Express Comps, which can be used on hotel room charges, dining, or entertainment. There is no structure to earning or spending this as it depends on your status, where you’re located, and the promotions running at the moment. 
  • Tier Credits – this determines the elite status that you have within the M Life program. You get tier credits based on your play, like base points, but also can earn tier credits when booking hotels and spending money on other non-gaming activities like dining and entertainment. 

Players can track their tier levels and comps through the Mlife Rewards program online account (on the website).

The MGM Resorts properties that participate in the M Life Rewards program include Bellagio, Delano Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand, The Mirage, Monte Carlo, New York-New York, Luxor, Excalibur and Circus Circus.

You can also sign in to M Life Rewards and check your status anytime to see if you have access to special room rates and offers. 

High Roller Areas

The high limit area in New York-New York Casino is located on the second floor and includes 11 tables where $100+ chips can be purchased.

The room offers a classic and casual atmosphere and has high-back upholstered chairs and spacious legroom, along with modern décor. The New York City Bar uses dark mahogany finishes and leather accents to create a comfortable environment.

There is one baccarat table and five blackjack tables inside. In blackjack, the dealer stands on soft 17s which is important to know in deciding on where to play high-limit blackjack.

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Casino Hosts

A casino host is someone who works at a casino and often acts as a personal concierge. Casino hosts are usually employed by the hotel in which the casino resides. They assist players with any requests they might have, such as room accommodations or restaurant reservations, while enjoying their time gambling.

New York-New York has on-site casino hosts. If a player is having any issues or has any questions, they should contact the front desk and ask to speak with a casino host.

To be eligible for a casino host, players must have an account with the casino either through Mlife Rewards or as a walk-in customer.

Credit Lines

New York-New York can offer you a credit line or a Casino Marker, as they call it. The credit line is a personal loan that you can receive from the casino to gamble with.

On average, New York-New York offers credit lines inside of $2,000-$5,000. The amount of money you are granted is based on an assessment of your earnings at the casino for two weeks before approval.

If approved, the casino might set a limit on how much money you can lose. Using a credit line is unique to New York-New York and should be used as a last resort because it allows players to wager with money that they may not necessarily have in savings or checking accounts

Rooms

New York-New York doesn’t have any dedicated rooms besides their high-limit room. This doesn’t take away from the fact of how much you can do in this casino.

With 84,000 square feet to have fun and make some money, New York-New York has over 1,500 slots and 67 gaming tables. 

One thing that this casino does not have is a live poker room. They do offer video poker or table games like Three Card Poker, but you can’t sit down and play Hold ’em or Omaha against other players. If you are looking for a casino that offers these, other establishments like the MGM Grand, Excalibur, or Aria are options. Each of these offers different styles of play and limits.

If you would are looking for table games, there are plenty to choose from. Table games offered at the New York-New York include blackjack, craps, roulette, Three Card Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Let it Ride Bonus Poker, and Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em.

Games at New York-New York

Table Games

The casino has over 84,000 square feet of space to offer and over 60 table games.

Craps 

Craps is a game of chance where you bet on the outcome of two dice. Each bet is unique to the shooter and has different odds, limits and payouts. Some bets are for one roll while others take multiple rolls of the dice before a winner is declared. 

The goal in craps is to beat the dealer in at least one bet that they have on the table. There’s no limit to betting in this game and is usually played with up to eight players at a time. 

Each player gets the chance to be the shooter and roll the dice. Based on the player’s point total, this number changes until one of two things happen. Either they establish a seven or an eleven, in which case the throw is over, and all players that wagered either get paid out or lose their wagers depending on the bets. Alternatively, they establish a point total based on the numbers two through twelve, in which case the player continues to throw the dice until they either make their point or roll a seven. Once this happens, all other players that wagered lose their bets while the player who established the point wins. 

Roulette

The game of roulette is played on a wheel with 37 sections, each labeled by numbers one through 36. 

There are also the options of betting on red or black, even or odd, and high or low. The dealer spins the wheel in one direction and then rolls the ball in the opposite direction. All bets are placed before this point occurs. 

Once the ball comes to a stop, players that won bets are paid according to the payout table. The game ends when all of the numbers on one side have been matched up with winning bets.

The minimum bet for this game is $5 and the maximum bet is $500 on every spin.

Roulette Wheel for High Limit Games Ant New York New York

Blackjack

Blackjack is a classic casino card game where players try to get as close as possible to 21 without going over or busting. In blackjack, there are generally three parts of the game. The first is dealt with in the shoe and is when players make their bets and receive either one card or two cards at a time. Once players have two cards in front of them, they can either hit (take another card) or stand (remain at their current total).

The game ends when either the dealer busts or the players “bust” which means that their card point total goes over 21. At that point, all bet payouts are given to the player based on the rules of blackjack.

The dealer must stand on 17 while the player can also draw until they’re satisfied with their point total.

3-Card Poker

3-Card Poker is a card game where players are dealt three cards and must make the best five-card hand possible with the two of these cards in their hands. Players can also choose to play pairs or quads in this game which has double the payouts when compared to normal 3-card poker. 

Ultimate Texas Hold’em

Ultimate Texas Hold’em is a game where players are dealt two cards. From there, they must make their best five-card hand by either folding or making an additional bet on one of these cards.

After this point, three community cards are shown and the game continues until every player has either folded or made an additional wager. When three community cards are shown, players can either call or fold their cards. The last two cards are not shown until all bets have been placed.

There are a total of three betting rounds in this game which makes it one of the fastest games offered at New York-New York.

Slots 

Try your hand at more than 900 slots at New York-New York Casino.

Penny, Nickel, Dime, And Dollar Slots

The casino has penny, nickel, dime, and dollar slots. Each of these games features special bonus rounds where players are awarded money in the form of free spins or cash prizes once they complete certain tasks. They have themed slot machines at New York-New York including Wheel of Fortune, Megabucks, Jeopardy, Elvis, and more.

High Limit Slots

Inside New York-New York, there are several slot machines available in the high limit room. This area has games with $1, $5, $10 and $25 minimum bets.

Video Poker

New York-New York has a variety of video poker games including single hand, 10 hands, and 100 hands. The minimum bet for these games is a nickel while the maximum bet varies between machines These include Jacks or Better, Deuces Wild, Bonus Poker Deluxe, Double Bonus Poker, Joker Poker and All American Poker among others. Video poker can be found all over the casino and is a good way to get some free drinks.

New York-New York Las Vegas Reviews

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Rated 4.4/5 based on reviews from all travelers.

Very good casino hotel. Close to NY NY. Good for sightseeing and located near shopping areas.

Location
4.4 / 5
2633 reviews
Great location. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping. Great location. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Near to public transport and the airport.
Food
4.3 / 5
1282 reviews
Great food, especially the beef. Decent dining and menu, with exceptional snacks. Great food, especially the beef. Decent dining and menu, with exceptional snacks. Great pizza and desserts. Clean enough dining area, but food is expensive. Seafood and side dishes are delicious. Good poultry dishes. Good sushi. Tasty soups.
Service
3.4 / 5
2172 reviews
Staff is professional enough, with okay reception, housekeeping, and waitstaff. Service is generally friendly, although bar service is poor. Staff is professional enough, with okay reception, housekeeping, and waitstaff. Service is generally friendly, although bar service is poor. Recreation staff is nice. Hotel security is ok. Management should be more attentive. Room service is average. Valet service could be better. Booking process should be better organized.
Vibe
3 / 5
1330 reviews
OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. Stylish hotel. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Hotel is fairly plain. Good casino hotel. Good for traveling with friends. Awesome for families.
Comfort
2.9 / 5
1074 reviews
Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Decent-sized bathrooms, but noisy rooms and insufficient A/C. Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Decent-sized bathrooms, but noisy rooms and insufficient A/C.
Cleanliness
2.7 / 5
1459 reviews
Acceptably clean rooms and dining area. Moderately clean hotel facilities. Acceptably clean rooms and dining area. Moderately clean hotel facilities. Pool in need of cleaning.
Room
2.5 / 5
3502 reviews
Okay beds and somewhat clean, big rooms with excellent views. Inadequate minibars in older, poorly-maintained rooms. Okay beds and somewhat clean, big rooms with excellent views. Inadequate minibars in older, poorly-maintained rooms. Substandard furniture, A/C, TV's and kitchenettes. Bathrooms are moderately-sized, but substandard. Shower can be a problem.
Breakfast
2.4 / 5
65 reviews
Breakfast is reasonably priced, but not exceptional. Breakfast is reasonably priced, but not exceptional.
WiFi
2.4 / 5
53 reviews
Complaints about WiFi. Complaints about WiFi.

Good to know

  • Minibar can be a problem
  • Friendly atmosphere
  • Hotel could use some updating
  • Spacious rooms

Rated 3.9/5 based on reviews from families.

Good accessibility by car.Good access to airport.

Location
4.3 / 5
501 reviews
Good location, close to public transport. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Good location, close to public transport. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping.
Food
4.1 / 5
190 reviews
Dining is alright, with nice food, but high prices. Great pizza and snacks. Dining is alright, with nice food, but high prices. Great pizza and snacks.
Service
3.3 / 5
469 reviews
Staff is professional enough, with okay reception, housekeeping, and waitstaff. Friendly service. Staff is professional enough, with okay reception, housekeeping, and waitstaff. Friendly service. Recreation staff is nice. Valet service could be better. Room service is average. Booking process should be better organized.
Comfort
2.8 / 5
284 reviews
Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Small bathrooms, noisy rooms, and deficient A/C. Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Small bathrooms, noisy rooms, and deficient A/C.
Breakfast
2.6 / 5
21 reviews
Breakfast is average. Breakfast is average.
Cleanliness
2.3 / 5
347 reviews
Problems with cleanliness in rooms, bathrooms, and pool area. Moderately clean hotel facilities. Problems with cleanliness in rooms, bathrooms, and pool area. Moderately clean hotel facilities.
Room
2.3 / 5
856 reviews
Old, poorly-maintained rooms with poor minibars and kitchenettes. Rooms with some cleanliness issues, and low rated TVs, A/C, and furnishing. Old, poorly-maintained rooms with poor minibars and kitchenettes. Rooms with some cleanliness issues, and low rated TVs, A/C, and furnishing. Large rooms with nice views and OK beds. Small rooms and poorly cleaned bathrooms. Shower can be a problem.
Value
2.2 / 5
181 reviews
Value for money could be better. Food is a bit overpriced. Value for money could be better. Food is a bit overpriced.
Amenities
2.2 / 5
295 reviews
Older facilities and unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Older facilities and unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating.
WiFi
1.8 / 5
11 reviews
Complaints about WiFi. Complaints about WiFi.
Vibe
1.7 / 5
215 reviews
Atmosphere is friendly but the vibe is low. Hotel could use some updating. Atmosphere is friendly but the vibe is low. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Stylish hotel.

Good to know

  • Good accessibility by car
  • Good access to airport
  • Near city centre
  • Delicious beef dishes & steak

Rated 3.8/5 based on reviews from couples.

Great desserts & fruits.Recreation staff is nice.

Location
4.3 / 5
218 reviews
Great location. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Great location. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Shopping, restaurants and bars in the area are great.
Food
4 / 5
61 reviews
Uninspiring menu, but good food nonetheless. Uninspiring menu, but good food nonetheless.
Service
3.3 / 5
146 reviews
Service is acceptably professional but very friendly, with decent reception and housekeeping. Recreation staff is nice. Service is acceptably professional but very friendly, with decent reception and housekeeping. Recreation staff is nice.
Pool
2.8 / 5
28 reviews
Ordinary pool. Ordinary pool.
Comfort
2.7 / 5
122 reviews
Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Decent-sized bathrooms, but noisy rooms and insufficient A/C. Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Decent-sized bathrooms, but noisy rooms and insufficient A/C.
Vibe
2.6 / 5
93 reviews
OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Stylish hotel.
Breakfast
2.5 / 5
8 reviews
Breakfast can be improved. Breakfast can be improved.
Value
2.5 / 5
102 reviews
Fairly good value for money. Fairly good value for money.
Amenities
2.5 / 5
112 reviews
Older facilities and unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Older facilities and unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Beautiful architecture.
Cleanliness
2.4 / 5
116 reviews
Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.
Room
2.4 / 5
346 reviews
Old, poorly-maintained rooms with poor minibars and kitchenettes. Large rooms with nice views and OK beds. Old, poorly-maintained rooms with poor minibars and kitchenettes. Large rooms with nice views and OK beds. Rooms with some cleanliness issues, and low rated TVs, A/C, and furnishing. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Shower can be a problem.
WiFi
1.8 / 5
8 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.

Good to know

  • Great desserts & fruits
  • Complaints about WiFi
  • Recreation staff is nice
  • Wonderful sightseeing

Rated 3.7/5 based on reviews from solo travelers.

Stylish hotel.

Location
4.5 / 5
27 reviews
Great location. Great location.
Food
4.1 / 5
9 reviews
Delicious food. Delicious food.
Service
3.4 / 5
23 reviews
Reception and service are alright. Reception and service are alright.
Comfort
2.9 / 5
17 reviews
Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds.
Cleanliness
2.7 / 5
11 reviews
Room cleanliness is acceptable. Room cleanliness is acceptable.
Amenities
2.6 / 5
14 reviews
Average hotel building. Elevator in need of updating. Average hotel building. Elevator in need of updating.
Vibe
2.2 / 5
21 reviews
Vibe is not too good. Hotel could use some updating. Vibe is not too good. Hotel could use some updating.
Room
2.1 / 5
55 reviews
Guests complain about bathrooms, minibars, and general room maintenance. Spacious, yet old rooms with poor furniture but lovely views. Guests complain about bathrooms, minibars, and general room maintenance. Spacious, yet old rooms with poor furniture but lovely views. Rooms are quite clean and beds are standard.

Good to know

  • Stylish hotel
  • Shower can be a problem
  • Elevator in need of updating
  • Could be quieter

Rated 3.8/5 based on reviews from business travelers.

Friendly atmosphere.Delicious food.

Location
4.4 / 5
22 reviews
Great location. Great location.
Food
4.3 / 5
9 reviews
Delicious food. Delicious food.
Service
3.4 / 5
21 reviews
Service is adequate. Service is adequate.
Room
3.2 / 5
44 reviews
Rooms are quite clean and beds are standard. Outdated, badly maintained rooms with poor furniture. Rooms are quite clean and beds are standard. Outdated, badly maintained rooms with poor furniture.
Comfort
3 / 5
19 reviews
Noisy but acceptably comfortable rooms with okay beds. Noisy but acceptably comfortable rooms with okay beds.
Amenities
2.9 / 5
14 reviews
Average hotel building. Average hotel building.
Cleanliness
2.8 / 5
24 reviews
Room cleanliness is acceptable. Room cleanliness is acceptable.
Vibe
2.7 / 5
12 reviews
Decent vibe. Hotel could use some updating. Decent vibe. Hotel could use some updating.
Value
2.6 / 5
10 reviews
Fairly good value for money. Fairly good value for money.

Good to know

  • Food is a bit overpriced
  • Entrance area is not particularly attractive
  • Friendly atmosphere
  • Delicious food

FAQs about New York-New York Las Vegas Hotel

Where is New York-New York Las Vegas?

New York-New York Las Vegas is found at 3790 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 - browse our map of the Las Vegas Strip.

Is parking free at New York-New York?

No, both self-parking and valet parking requires a fee. Rewards members can receive complimentary rates. See more information about free parking on the Strip.

Does New York New York have a pool?

Yes, New York-New York has a pool and Jacuzzi available to guests. Grab some of the best breakfast in Las Vegas and go treat yourself to a pool day.

Is New York-New York good for families?

With a variety of shows and entertainment, New York-New York is a family-friendly hotel on the Strip.

Is New York-New York connected to Excalibur on the Strip?

Excalibur and New York-New York are connected by pedestrian bridges that go over the Las Vegas Strip.

How much does it cost to stay at New York-New York?

New York-New York is one of the cheap hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, with rates going in the double digits per night.

Is New York-New York kid-friendly?

New York-New York has some of the most kid-friendly attractions on the Strip, like the Big Apple Coaster, and theme stores for those with a sweet tooth, like Hershey’s Chocolate World and the M&M Store.