Vespagirl
 
 
 
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    April 27, 2013
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A moderately priced and family-friendly hotel on the Strip, New York-New York features the Big Apple’s most iconic symbols plus a roller coaster, Cirque show and plenty of affordable restaurant options.The vibe:Good value, family-friendly, a faux-urban version of New Yawk.What we love:The Village Street Eateries with all their neon sign splendor. Sure, it may be a glorified food court, but they put some serious effort into modeling it after a brownstone-clad neighborhood in Greenwich Village. Also, you're a hop, skip and a jump away from The Park, located between the hotel and Park MGM. The Park's outdoor promenade features restaurants, trees and shade structures and the 40-foot-tall Bliss Dance statue. Catching a concert? The T-Mobile Arena is also a short walk away. Insider tips:That subway rumbling you feel is actually the Big Apple Coaster barreling above the casino. This can pose a problem if you’re an early-to-bed/early-to-rise kind of person, so make sure to ask for a room that isn’t next to the roller coaster or it could be 11:00 to midnight before you get some peace and quiet. If you’re a real New Yorker, you won’t even notice the screaming.Good to know:Where do we begin with the parking? While it may seem easily accessible from the freeway, depending on the direction you’re coming from, you may have to go down to the Strip and pass the front of the property before you can even get to the parking garage. Speaking of parking, guests will be charged $15 per day for self-parking and $24 per day for valet parking. Hourly self-parking and valet rates vary, click here for details.Also, all hotel rooms are non-smoking. If you light up, be prepared to pay a cleaning fee for rooms and a cleaning fee for suites upon checkout. Your best bet is to smoke in designated areas, like the hotel's casino or bars.
 
Overall rating 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Customer service 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Room Quality 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Casino 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Hotel Location 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Pool 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Room Location 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Overall amenities 
4 / 5
4 / 5
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fromNewcastle, Australia
Age:45 to 54
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Family
Purchase Frequency:Less than once every few years
Star Rating Accuracy:Perfect
Gambler:No
Yes, I recommend this product.
Good location, great setting.
PostedApril 27, 2013
The New York theme is fantastic! There is a good selection of restaurants and cafes in the hotel. The location is good making it easy to explore The Strip in both directions. The rooms are quite large. Unfortunately, we had a small window with a view out the back of the hotel which was quite ordinary. The furnishings, although clean, are quite dated. It was impossible to connect to the Wi-Fi from our room. When we inquired about this, we were told there are often compatibility issues with Apple products! We were given a partial refund of our 'Resort Fee' to compensate. The rollercoaster is not free, even to guests staying at the hotel. Overall, a pleasant stay.
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A moderately priced and family-friendly hotel on the Strip, New York-New York features the Big Apple’s most iconic symbols plus a roller coaster, Cirque show and plenty of affordable restaurant options.The vibe:Good value, family-friendly, a faux-urban version of New Yawk.What we love:The Village Street Eateries with all their neon sign splendor. Sure, it may be a glorified food court, but they put some serious effort into modeling it after a brownstone-clad neighborhood in Greenwich Village. Also, you're a hop, skip and a jump away from The Park, located between the hotel and Park MGM. The Park's outdoor promenade features restaurants, trees and shade structures and the 40-foot-tall Bliss Dance statue. Catching a concert? The T-Mobile Arena is also a short walk away. Insider tips:That subway rumbling you feel is actually the Big Apple Coaster barreling above the casino. This can pose a problem if you’re an early-to-bed/early-to-rise kind of person, so make sure to ask for a room that isn’t next to the roller coaster or it could be 11:00 to midnight before you get some peace and quiet. If you’re a real New Yorker, you won’t even notice the screaming.Good to know:Where do we begin with the parking? While it may seem easily accessible from the freeway, depending on the direction you’re coming from, you may have to go down to the Strip and pass the front of the property before you can even get to the parking garage. Speaking of parking, guests will be charged $15 per day for self-parking and $24 per day for valet parking. Hourly self-parking and valet rates vary, click here for details.Also, all hotel rooms are non-smoking. If you light up, be prepared to pay a cleaning fee for rooms and a cleaning fee for suites upon checkout. Your best bet is to smoke in designated areas, like the hotel's casino or bars.
 

How to get room away from Rollercoaster.

Hello,. I would like to stay at your hotel, but I'm a lite sleeper. I do not
care if my room is facing the strip. I am a single mail. I'll just need a king or quen bed. How can I get a room away from the rollercoaster.

THank-you
The rollercoaster stops running at 11pm, so unless you go to bed really early, staying in any room shouldn't be an issue.
5 years, 10 months ago
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