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    NYNY and the roller coaster

    by davesut Updated Jan 30, 2014

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    On our first evening in Las Vegas we headed for the New York New York with one thing in mind, the Big Apple roller coaster. Said roller coaster is at the front of the building but we took the car there and from the parking lot we had to embark on one of those legendary Las Vegas treks from one end of the hotel to another, getting lost on the way. Anyhow we found it and then paid the equivalent of £10 for the ride, well when in Vegas. We then headed off to restaurant "America" which was cool - three meals and drinks for $45. Not bad value I think and it was quiet.

    Now for the downside - going outside..heck I never knew there were so many people - as we attempted to get over the bridge to MGM, oh well don't go to Vegas if you don't like crowds.

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    New York - New York

    by kris-t Written Dec 3, 2012

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    New York - New York
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    New York - New York Hotel & Casino architecture is meant to evoke the New York City skyline (towers like the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building, a 150 ft tall (46 m) replica of the Statue of Liberty and replicas of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument, the Whitney Museum of American Art etc).

    New York - New York features The Roller Coaster which travels through the property's interior and exterior. The coaster is 203 ft (62 m) high, has a maximum drop of 144 ft (44 m), and reaches speeds up to 67 mph (108 km/h).

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    New York New York Roller Coaster

    by Benson35 Written Jan 19, 2012

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    The coaster if you dare!
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    If you're after a thrill, then this roller coaster at the New York New York hotel is for you!!
    The way to the roller coaster is sign-posted throughout the hotel (from any entrance). If you get lost; just ask somebody who works there and they will be happy to help you.
    Buy your ticket and wait in line (inside the hotel).
    The coaster goes mainly outside the hotel (see photographs), but the start and finish is over the food court area. It has loops and twists and turns, and goes over 50 mph! In 2011, a ticket for a single ride was $14. There are height restrictions and opening times.

    They offer you a souvnir photograph for a price too! Enjoy!

    For up-to-date information, look on their website listed below.

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    I want to be a part of it New York New York part3

    by machomikemd Written Oct 2, 2011

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    Part three of My New York new York Tips with more pictures

    New York-New York Hotel & Casino located at 3790 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada. It is one of the largest casinos owned by MGM Mirage.The New York New York Hotel Las Vegas is a themed hotel that takes you to the glamorous New York without having to leave Las Vegas. By combining all of the best aspects of New York, the New York New York Las Vegas is the perfect place to go if you want to experience the Big Apple without having to deal with the legendary traffic associated with the East Coast city. If you have never been to New York City, visiting this hotel is the closest that you may get to seeing NYC in its full glory.

    New York-New York architecture creates an impression of the New York City skyline; the hotel includes several towers configured to resemble New York City skyscrapers, such as the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building. In front of the property is a pool representing New York Harbor, with a 150 ft (46 m) tall (half-scale) replica of the Statue of Liberty, a roller coaster, and replicas of the Brooklyn Bridge, Soldiers and Sailors Monument, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and Grand Central Terminal, among other well-known structures. Within the resort, particular gambling areas, bars, eating areas and meeting rooms are named after New York City neighborhoods or landmarks. The main casino area, for example, is named after Central Park, while the "Village Eateries" food court is modeled after New York City's Greenwich Village, even including real menus from New York Chinese takeout restaurants taped to the doors of the mock apartment buildings. New York-New York uses the trademarked slogan "The Greatest City in Las Vegas".

    The New York New York Casino is a 84,000 square foot casino. Games available, which include Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Mini Baccarat, Pai Gow Poker, Caribbean Stud Poker, Let It Ride, Big Six, Casino War, and Keno, Wheel of Fortune, Monopoly, Megabucks, Jeopardy, Slotopoly, Blazing 7's Dollars, Empire Slots, Elvis and Moneytime.

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    I want to be a part of it New York New York part2

    by machomikemd Written Oct 2, 2011
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    Part two of My New York new York Tips with more pictures

    New York-New York Hotel & Casino located at 3790 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada. It is one of the largest casinos owned by MGM Mirage.The New York New York Hotel Las Vegas is a themed hotel that takes you to the glamorous New York without having to leave Las Vegas. By combining all of the best aspects of New York, the New York New York Las Vegas is the perfect place to go if you want to experience the Big Apple without having to deal with the legendary traffic associated with the East Coast city. If you have never been to New York City, visiting this hotel is the closest that you may get to seeing NYC in its full glory.

    New York-New York architecture creates an impression of the New York City skyline; the hotel includes several towers configured to resemble New York City skyscrapers, such as the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building. In front of the property is a pool representing New York Harbor, with a 150 ft (46 m) tall (half-scale) replica of the Statue of Liberty, a roller coaster, and replicas of the Brooklyn Bridge, Soldiers and Sailors Monument, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and Grand Central Terminal, among other well-known structures. Within the resort, particular gambling areas, bars, eating areas and meeting rooms are named after New York City neighborhoods or landmarks. The main casino area, for example, is named after Central Park, while the "Village Eateries" food court is modeled after New York City's Greenwich Village, even including real menus from New York Chinese takeout restaurants taped to the doors of the mock apartment buildings. New York-New York uses the trademarked slogan "The Greatest City in Las Vegas".

    The New York New York Casino is a 84,000 square foot casino. Games available, which include Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Mini Baccarat, Pai Gow Poker, Caribbean Stud Poker, Let It Ride, Big Six, Casino War, and Keno, Wheel of Fortune, Monopoly, Megabucks, Jeopardy, Slotopoly, Blazing 7's Dollars, Empire Slots, Elvis and Moneytime.

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    I want to be a part of it New York New York part1

    by machomikemd Updated Oct 2, 2011

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    Outside New York New York
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    This will be a two part tip with more pictures.

    New York-New York Hotel & Casino located at 3790 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada. It is one of the largest casinos owned by MGM Mirage.The New York New York Hotel Las Vegas is a themed hotel that takes you to the glamorous New York without having to leave Las Vegas. By combining all of the best aspects of New York, the New York New York Las Vegas is the perfect place to go if you want to experience the Big Apple without having to deal with the legendary traffic associated with the East Coast city. If you have never been to New York City, visiting this hotel is the closest that you may get to seeing NYC in its full glory.

    New York-New York architecture creates an impression of the New York City skyline; the hotel includes several towers configured to resemble New York City skyscrapers, such as the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building. In front of the property is a pool representing New York Harbor, with a 150 ft (46 m) tall (half-scale) replica of the Statue of Liberty, a roller coaster, and replicas of the Brooklyn Bridge, Soldiers and Sailors Monument, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and Grand Central Terminal, among other well-known structures. Within the resort, particular gambling areas, bars, eating areas and meeting rooms are named after New York City neighborhoods or landmarks. The main casino area, for example, is named after Central Park, while the "Village Eateries" food court is modeled after New York City's Greenwich Village, even including real menus from New York Chinese takeout restaurants taped to the doors of the mock apartment buildings. New York-New York uses the trademarked slogan "The Greatest City in Las Vegas".

    The New York New York Casino is a 84,000 square foot casino. Games available, which include Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Mini Baccarat, Pai Gow Poker, Caribbean Stud Poker, Let It Ride, Big Six, Casino War, and Keno, Wheel of Fortune, Monopoly, Megabucks, Jeopardy, Slotopoly, Blazing 7's Dollars, Empire Slots, Elvis and Moneytime.

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    The New York Bridge

    by joiwatani Written Sep 16, 2011

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    I have not been to New York, New York to date (September 15, 2011) so, to see the New York Bridge imitation is Las Vegas is so nice for me...I was touring my family from Japan around Las Vegas and told them: "This is the famous bridge in New York!"

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    The Statue of Liberty

    by joiwatani Updated Sep 16, 2011
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    The Statue of Liberty in front of New York, New York Hotel is pretty. To those of us who had not seen the original Statue of Liberty in New York, this statue is good enough to see! It's not real, but the symbol is the same- freedom!

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    The 9/11 t-shirts at the front of New York, NY

    by joiwatani Written Sep 16, 2011
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    I took all the pictures of the t-shirts and sweatshirts signed by the men and women who helped during the terrorist attack of the Twin Towers in New York City but this page will not be enough. For each and every t-shirt, there were the signatures of those firemen who were involved during that sad day.

    I pray for the brave men and women who went to help during that memorable sad day of U.S. history! May those people who died find peace and may those people who survived find peace and may they find comfort that millions of people pray for peace!

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    New York New York - Manhatton Express

    by bugalugs Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Fancy a white knuckle ride? This roller coaster twists and turns around the perimeter of the New York New York.
    Price is $12.50 but you can buy an all-in-one ticket costing about $40 which entitles you to unlimited rides, a burger type meal and tee shirt.
    Open:
    Monday-Thursday 11am-11pm
    Friday-Saturday 10am-midnight
    Sunday - 10am-11pm

    In the background you can just see the Manhatton Express rollercoaster

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    Good fun at the NY NY

    by amandajayne81 Written Mar 19, 2011
    Cool statue in the casino

    We stayed at the NY NY for our first visit. We walked across the bridge this visit from the Excalibur and being a big Jelly Belly Jelly Bean fan I had to get this photo with the statue inside. Pays not to think about just how many fingers have touched the sugary treats.

    I also went on the rollercoaster this visit as it was shut for renovations last time. It was quite costly and one of the roughest most jarring coasters I have been on. Had some good drops but my neck was not keen for a second run.

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    New York New York Hotel

    by nicolaitan Updated Oct 24, 2010

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    This somewhat older hotel puts all its high cards on the exterior - invoking the spirit of New York City, the exterior of the building mimics the buildings of New York with the highest tower the Empire State Building. Facing Las Vegas boulevard a miniature Brooklyn Bridge overlooking the wooden piers of the East Side River. A large replica of the Statue of Liberty dominates. One building offers the brick exterior of the lower east side complete with a painted advertisment. And the entire setting contains a wild twisting roller coaster model.

    The interior is crowded and jumbled, just like New York, but also a little dark and dated. One worthwhile feature - the Statue of Liberty in jelly beans (image 5) at the entrance to the shopping area.

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    Ride the Roller Coaster

    by PinkFloydActuary Updated Jan 17, 2010

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    The Coaster
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    Ride the roller coaster around NYNY at night - it's quite a blast! However, at my recent stay, the coaster now is $14 a ride, which is getting ridiculous. Note that it is shut down in high winds, and it also has been under repair a time or two that we have visited. The casino itself is pretty neat to walk around in, with some recreations of NY neighborhoods (The food court is especially cool.)

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    It's Up to You...New York, New York

    by msbrandysue Written Nov 15, 2009

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    I went to NY, NY about 5 years ago with the girls in my family. I LOVED the bathrooms in the casino! And we had pretty good luck there with the slot machines.

    When you enter from the street it reminded me of the streets of New York, which I'm sure they spent tons of money trying to recreate. I loved the NY souvenirs. Lots of fast food options here like pizza, pretzels, sodas. Enjoyed the short visit.

    Will one day ride the roller coaster!

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    NYC in NV?

    by richiecdisc Written Sep 2, 2009

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    no, not a mirage

    Now, if a city can contain New York City, even a replication of it, you have to take your hat off to it. But there it is, actually just up the street from Motel 6, New York City. Statue of Liberty. Empire State Building. There they are. It is a compact, pretty representation that certainly is pleasing to the eye even if the palm trees don't fit quite in. Of course, it's not really New York City. Even Vegas couldn't manage that, but for those that have never been or are afraid to visit The Big Apple, this can be a nice starter course.

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