Visited NYNY for six nights (April 18-24) and stayed in a corner Marquis Suite, #2154. The room was very clean, lots of space and had one of the most comfortable beds I’ve ever slept in. Housekeeping did a fabulous job of daily cleaning, restocking towels and providing extra blankets at our request. Left a $5 tip each morning on my pillow for our appreciation. (Please leave a tip for your housekeeper–they deserve at least that.)
The casino was so much fun, with a great variety of slots. The Chocolate Bar next to Hershey World had some delicious martinis; we visited often during the week. When playing the slots the cocktail waitresses were quick to get your next drink and very friendly. (Hint: Tip the waitresses a dollar or two per drink! They can be your best friend when you’re dying for a beverage.) I gave a $20 tip while waiting for a hand-pay on the slots……now, onto the FOOD!!
We ate at Gallaghers (twice!) Steaks and seafood were succulent and prepared perfectly. (Suggestion: Alaskan King Crab surf and turf!!!) Il Fornaio was also a treat for breakfast, the waffles were great! Very good Mexican food at Gonzalez Y Gonzalez. Nine Fine Irishmen is fun and lively with many tasty menu selections. Try the grilled salmon; it’s fantastic! The Village Eateries throughout the “streets” are good for a quick bite on the run. You really don’t even have to leave NYNY for great food! They have everything!
Overall, NYNY is the ONLY place my wife and I will ever stay while visiting Las Vegas. Once again our host, Jennifer Saunders, treated us like royalty (in my book). She is a super host and we both love her! We are in the preliminary stage of planning our next visit for my 50th birthday in February 2016 and will DEFINITELY be back to New York-New York!! We LOVE this place!!! You will too!!!
New York New York Hotel And Casino
3790 LAS Vegas Boulevard South,
Las Vegas, NV
All 2,023 rooms take on the personality of a different New York neighborhood, from Park Avenue to Broadway. The outdoor pool area is much more relaxing but just as popular with three oversize hot tubs and a sun deck flanked by private cabanas. There’s plenty of evening entertainment, including dueling pianos at The Bar at Times Square or tabletop dancing at Coyote Ugly. An adults-only Cirque du Soleil production, Zumanity, is also on-site