One of the most iconic landmarks along the Strip in Las Vegas is the Statue of Liberty replica. It is part of the massive New York-New York Hotel & Casino. It is predictably themed on New York City and its architecture is meant to evoke the New York City skyline of the 1940s.

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The Design and Theme of New York-New York Hotel & Casino

New York-New York Hotel & Casino's towers are configured to resemble New York City buildings - including the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building.

  • Statue Of Liberty: The Casino Has A 150-Foot Replica of Lady Liberty

While it is ostensibly modeled on the NYC skyline of the 40s it also has a number of buildings that date from after that - like the Lever House, Seagram Building, and the CBS Building. The most eye-catching structure is the 150-foot Statue of Liberty replica.

  • Address: 3790 Las Vegas Boulevard South, in Paradise, Nevada

In addition to the Statue of Liberty replica, the casino also has replicas of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Main Immigration Building on Ellis Island, the Grand Central Terminal, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the Soldiers and Sailors Monument.

Continuing the New York City theme inside the casino, its gambling areas, restaurants, meeting rooms, lounges, etc are named after various New York City neighborhoods and landmarks.

  • Times Square: The Name of The Main Casino Area
  • Casino Eateries: Modeled After Greenwich Village
  • Playing Cards: The "Heart" Suit is Replaced With Apples Referencing The Big Apple

The New York-New York Hotel & Casino is owned by MGM Resorts International - a group that owns many of the other casinos in Vegas. They also own the casino resorts of The Mirage, Bellagio, Luxor, Excalibur, and others.

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The Casino's Clubs And Bars

The resort boasts nearly a dozen bars and nightclubs. These are tailored mostly to a younger crowd. Some of their more notable bars include the Nine Fine Irishmen, the Bar at Times Square, and the Center Bar. On weekend evenings they have live DJ and go-go dancers who perform on an elevated state in one of the table game pits. The stage is known as the "Party Pit."

Nine Fine Irishmen: This pub was inspired by a group of Irishmen and it was built in Ireland and then shipped over to Las Vegas. The cuisine is Irish with "only the freshest, natural Irish ingredients that pair perfectly with the finest stouts, ales, lagers, and spirits" according to their website.


  • Monday to Thursday: Noon to 1 am
  • Friday: 11 am to 2 am
  • Saturday: 10 am to 2 am
  • Sunday: 10 am to 1 am

Price Range: Moderate

Tom's Urban: Predictably an American-themed casino in America is going to have its share of American restaurants. Tom's Urban offers an American menu and some of their signature dishes like their iconic two-hand 40oz stein, and their Deep Dish Nachos as well as their Tom's Famous Prime Rib Dip.


  • Monday to Thursday, Sunday: 8 am to Midnight
  • Friday & Saturday: 8 am to 2 am

Price Range: On the more affordable end

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Entertainment In The Casino Resort

New York-New York Hotel & Casino provides a full range of entertainment for its guests. Some of these include:

Terry Fator: Who's The Dummy Now?: This is a brand new show is filled with comedy and awesome new music. It is brought to life with a colorful cast of puppets by Terry Fator as he delivers his light-hearted performance. Terry Fator has earned himself the title "Best Strip Headliner" for three years in a row.

  • Tickets: Starting At $34.99

The Big Apple Coaster: This is the first coaster in the world to feature a 180-degree "heartline" twist and dive maneuver together with a 203-foot drop. Over 1.4 million riders enjoy this heart-stopping attraction yearly.

  • Speed: Over 67 MPH
  • Tickets: Starting At $19

The Big Apple Arcade: The Big Apple Aracade boasts some of the latest video & arcade games together with classics like Skee-Ball, Air Hockey, and NBA Fever. This is a fun family attraction that all can enjoy.


The hotel offers a full range of rooms and suites to suit a full range of budgets. The prices vary by season and room. The prices are updated on their website. Also, keep an eye on their website for any special offers that can save up to 25% off room fees and other bonuses.

  • Number Of Rooms: Over 2,000