No detail was spared in the design of New York-New York, and a more faithful representation would be hard to imagine. The resort's facade approximates the New York skyline down to the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge. The interior features faux trees and streams lining a Central Park-themed casino and a bar in the middle of Times Square, complete with neon and flashing lights.
New York-New York offers a plethora of fine dining choices that represent the ethnically diverse cuisine of the its namesake city. The bakery-fresh bread of Il Fornaio will have you believing you're in Little Italy, while the atmosphere of Gonzalez y Gonzalez evokes a true New York City Mexican café. Don't miss the Village Eateries, an area designed to look like the streets of New York down to the manhole covers on the floors. Here you can find traditional New York street fare such as pizza, deli sandwiches and a Coney Island institution, Nathan's hot dogs.
For the kids, The Roller Coaster at New York-New York is guaranteed to thrill as it tears around the front of the casino at 67 mph. The Coney Island amusement center is complete with arcade games, bumper cars and laser tag.
Since New York and Vegas are cities that never sleep, nightlife abounds at Nine Fine Irishmen, Coyote Ugly and ESPN Zone.
Add shops and a spa, and you don't have to be Frank Sinatra to sing the praises of New York-New York.