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Every hotel along the Las Vegas Strip holds some form of theme. Caesar’s Palace plays off of Roman inspiration, the Venetian brings a little bit of Venice to the desert, and the Luxor successfully resurrected ancient Egypt. While those succeed in bringing feel of an exotic culture to their locations, hotels don’t always have to look overseas for inspiration to impress. The perfect example of creating an experience filled with elegance while using familiar themes is the New York, New York Hotel and Resort. While you’d have to travel 3,000 miles east from Las Vegas to get a taste of the real New York, the cities popularity is typically well known across the nation – and at this luxury hotel, guests know they’re getting a taste of the Big Apple the moment they pass the replica Statue of Liberty situated by the entrance. The moment you enter New York, New York, you’re immediately transported to the busy streets of the city. In-door shops are nestled within faux structures that are reminiscent of the city’s older buildings, which help to create that old New York feel. Basic amenities include the Park and Madison Avenue rooms, both of which utilize the finest tools of hospitality. An upgrade from the Avenue rooms includes an on-suite spa tub, which acts as the perfect ending to your busy day. New York, New York also houses an array of three different suites, which range from 700 to 1,000 sq feet. The Players Suite near doubles the size of the Avenue rooms and offers a separation of rooms; The Marquis Suite comes with a 4-person whirlpool tub and dining area; and the Ziggurat Suite doubles the closet space and offers a wet bar and upgraded bathroom amenities. At the top of the line for New York, New York’s rooms is the penthouse which essentially mimics a one bedroom apartment. The feel of New York’s nightlife is recreated at the resort’s premier nightclub, ROK. Even an oversized LCD screen is reminiscent of the famed Time’s Square. Though it has nothing to do with the Big Apple, guests and visitors alike can partake in the risqué Cirque De Soleil show, Zumanity. Charged with a continuous sexual energy, Zumanity combines the best of Cirque’s acrobatics with Sin City’s provocative nature. One thing you won’t find in New York that you’ll definitely get to experience in Las Vegas is an open pool in April. It is amenities like New York, New York’s resort pool and in-house roller coaster (which literally zooms through the casino floor) that ensures it impossible to be bored during your stay. While New York residents boast having some of the best food in the nation, the fare that can be found at New York, New York may give them a run for their money. Locals like the Nine Fine Irishmen, New York Pizzeria and Broadway Burger Bar bring that East Coast flare to the desert while Il Fornaio, Gallagher’s Steakhouse, and Chin Chin Café and Sushi Bar represent the best of Sin City cuisine. If you’re ever in the mood for a little bit of that New York flare, skip the long flight and the heavy street traffic and make Vegas your port of harbor. At the New York, New York, you’ll get the best of both the Big Apple and Sin City. New York New York Hotel and Casino Features :

  •     Fitness Center
  •     Swimming pool
  •     Wheelchair accessible
  •     Business center
  •     Restaurant
  •     Meeting rooms
  •     Nonsmoking
  •     High-speed internet
  •     Dry Cleaning
  •     First Class Hotel
  •     Resort
  •     Convention Center
  •     Interior Corridor
  •     Golf

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