A hotel so good they named it twice
Costing $460 million, the New York, New York Hotel and Casino complex opened on January 3, 1997. It's an amazingly lifelike representation of the New York skyline.
New York, New York, Las Vegas style.
The buildings themselves consist of several towers resembling the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building and others. In front of the hotel there is a 150-foot (46-meter) tall replica of the Statue of Liberty and a lake representing New York Harbor. The casino within is named after Central Park, and the shops are inspired by Greenwich Village.
Catch the roller coaster to the restaurant
You’re not imagining things. There’s actually a roller coaster (looking like New York cabs) at New York, New York hotel that travels through the property's interior and exterior. It can zoom you around at up to 67 mph (107 kph).
Let a big bus take you there
New York, New York hotel is one of the must-see sights in Las Vegas. With our Las Vegas Bus Tour you can hop off right on the doorstep and hop back on again when you’ve seen enough.
Other interesting facts about New York, New York, Las Vegas
- At the New York, New York hotel's casino, apples replace the hearts in the playing cards
- The US Post Office used the replica of The Statue of Liberty at New York, New York on one of their stamps, thinking it was the real thing
- The New York, New York hotel has 2,024 rooms and the casino occupies 84,000 sq ft (7,800 m2)