It may be in Las Vegas, but this is as authentic a slice of New York life as you’ll find outside the Big Apple.
Inspired by the iconic skyline of New York, this grand hotel is home to a colossal 2.4 million square feet of space dedicated to restaurants, bars, shops, casinos, and unparalleled guest accommodation.
Discover spectacularly themed dining experiences and authentic cuisine, watch your favourite street performer at the replica Brooklyn Bridge, dare to try the hair-raising roller coaster, indulge in pampering spa treatments, and of course, try your luck at the casino.
With top Broadway shows performed every night, the glitz and glamour of New York is never far away at this Las Vegas landmark.
New York-New York Resort & Casino is home to an endless supply of entertainment and abundant facilities for an unforgettable stay in Las Vegas. Highlights include: The Big Apple Coaster and Arcade, Spa and Salon, swimming pool with Jacuzzi, on-site shopping, entertainment venues, casino, and multiple restaurants, bars and cafes.
There is also a helpful concierge service to help with booking tours, shows and transportation.
Food, drink & entertainment
Guests will be left spoiled for choice with the wealth of dining options available at New York-New York. Try everything from urban-style street food by the Brooklyn Bridge, classic dishes at the Nine Fine Irishman pub, famous New York-style steaks, authentic Italian cuisine, aromatic Asian flavours, spicy Southwestern fare, and all-American favourites - all within vibrant settings that recreate an unmistakable New York vibe.
The dynamic bars are also hotspots for lively entertainment, themed evenings and signature drinks. Popular choices include: Coyote Ugly bar, Chocolate Bar, Bar at Times Square, and the infamous New York-New York bar crawl.
Entertainment takes place across the bars and Brooklyn Bridge area, plus a host of sensational live performances within the vicinity.
Sport, games & activities
Las Vegas is famous for its dazzling casinos and round-the-clock entertainment. New York-New York hosts its own casino complete with all of the favourites like blackjack, roulette and over 2,000 slot machines. The Arcade also hosts classic coin-operated video games and the world's first roller coaster with 180-degree “heartline” twist and dive manoeuvre.
The spa treats guests to a whirlpool, sauna and massage treatments. Not forgetting luxurious salon services including manicures and pedicures, and state-of-the-art Cybex fitness equipment for guests looking to maintain their exercise routine. For further relaxation, the swimming pool features a Jacuzzi and comfortable daybeds.
Golf enthusiasts can also take advantage of one of the many pristine greens in Las Vegas, including in the Bali Hai Golf Club situated on the Strip.
Each of the stylish guest rooms and suites offer the perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of the lively Strip, with modern amenities for a supremely comfortable stay. Park Avenue (standard) rooms include: marble bathroom, glass enclosed shower/tub, deluxe pillow-topped mattress, flat screen TV, internet access, and safe.
With its roulette wheels, dazzling shows and little white chapels, Las Vegas doesn't really need an introduction. Cruise along the iconic strip and you'll feel like you're on the set of a hundred Hollywood films as you pass the gleaming arcades and show-stopping hotels.
But there's more to this desert city than neon lights and late nights; head into the wilderness on a drive to Death Valley or take a trip to the breathtaking Grand Canyon. Best viewed by helicopter, this jaw-dropping wonder has to be seen in real life to be believed. Back on the glittering Strip, there's non-stop shopping, spectacular entertainment, white knuckle rides and gargantuan all-you-can-eat buffets to enjoy. With their amazing themes and landmark features, hotels in Las Vegas are destinations in themselves.
We've picked out some of our favourites to make your stay in Sin City simply unforgettable.
Las Vegas' desert climate means temperatures vary from cool on winter nights to absolutely scorching on summer days. Generally, daytime highs rarely dip below the teens, making Las Vegas a popular holiday destination at every time of year. Visit in spring and autumn for warm, pleasant days.
The casinos and clubs in Las Vegas are open 24/7, so you could be forgiven for wanting some serious downtime during the day. Chill out by a cool pool and recharge your batteries ready for another night of fun. If you do want to keep going in the day, there are a plethora of museums, white knuckle rides and attractions at your disposal. The shopping's phenomenal, with some of the biggest malls on the planet and excellent discount outlets. Out of the city, the Nevada Desert and the mesmerising Grand Canyon are real must-see sights.
You can eat food from just about anywhere in the world in Las Vegas. Along the Strip and in the hotels, you'll find cuisine from Japan, China, Italy, the Caribbean and beyond. Dining in Las Vegas brings a whole new meaning to the term ‘all you can eat' with eye-popping buffets open all over the city. Head downtown for even bigger portions and cheaper prices. If you're looking for a fast fix of burger, pizza or fries, you've come to the right place.
Las Vegas rocks at night time – and there are literally hundreds of things to do. Of course there are the casinos (the highest concentration of them on the planet, as it happens) but you'll also find concerts from big name artists, circus shows, awesome theatre productions, stylish cocktail lounges, late bars and nightclubs. Take a trip along the Strip in the evening to capture the electric atmosphere and twinkling lights.
It is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct travel insurance and vaccinations and / or special medication for your destination. Please consult your GP for advice at least one month ahead of travel. It is essential that you meet the visa and passport requirements for your chosen destination. Visit the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (http://www.fco.gov.uk) website for up to date entry requirements listed by country.
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