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The New York-New York has found its footing as a small... resort appealing to such hip niche markets as the gay traveler.
The Statue of Liberty raises her torch over the busiest intersection in Las Vegas.
The mini-Manhattan skyline is one of our favorite parts of the Strip—there are third-size to half-size re-creations of all the biggies. Full review →
Isn't this exactly the kind of hotel you think about -- or dream about or fear -- when you think "Las Vegas?". Full review →Light sleepers should request a room away from the roller coaster.
This resort is an imaginative re-creation of New York City, complete with brownstones and ethnic neighborhoods. Full review →
The cheapest digs are rather tiny... but pay more for a stylish Park Ave Deluxe and you'll have plenty of legroom. Full review →Avoid noisy lower-level rooms facing the roller coaster.
Low rates and inexpensive dining options make it a reasonable choice for families looking to stay cheaply on the Strip. Full review →
Among the most enjoyable accommodation options on the Strip.
This hotel brings a touch of the magic of the "City That Never Sleeps" to the Nevada desert, right down to steam-spewing manhole covers and graffiti-painted mailboxes Full review →
Let loose and have more fun at this NYC-themed casino hotel, near the south end of the Strip. Full review →
The most audacious, preposterous example of hotel theming in Las Vegas... remains a thrilling success more than a decade after it welcomed its first guests. Full review →
While this casino offers plenty for gamblers... it’s also home to the Desperado, one of the tallest and fastest roller coasters in the world. Full review →
"Conveniently located close to everything", this "lively", "awesomely themed" Strip resort is an "exciting environment" that's "just like going to New York".
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