New York New York

40 Reviews
(866) 815-4365
3790 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV89109
63% got a Vegas Hotel Deal
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Recent Hotel Deals & Upgrades

Recent Room Upgrades: 0% 0/0
All Time Upgrades: 63% 22/35

Room Upgrade Reports

Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Unsure  from  Park Avenue Room 

Went to the front desk, spoke to a friendly woman. She asked for my passport, then my bank card so I just gave her the bank card and said any upgrades will be appreciated. And gave a cheeky smile.

Was 5 of us, 2 rooms, 1 double bed in each with a sofa bed

Upgraded us to a strip view, 2 rooms connected to each other with a strip view. Really happy.

One thing I didn’t expect was the resort tax is per room per day so total was $600 but we signed up to the players points so hopefully by the end we will get them removed.

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Mike S
Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Madison Avenue Room  from  Unsure 

Very busy Monday night. Upgraded to larger room with view of NHL Stadium & mountains!

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Saved:  $20 Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Madison Avenue Room  from  Unsure 

Check in was really busy but went up to the available clerk to check in. Sandwiched the 20 between id and credit card and politely asked. The clerk didn’t say anything so just thought he was being subtle with it being busy. Then I was told I was getting a Maddison Avenue room in the Chrysler building part of the hotel. Room did have views of the mountains/ red rock canyon in the distance

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Saved:  $$0 Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Madison Avenue Room  from  Madison Avenue Room 

We arrived at 7:00pm on a Friday night. Surprisingly, the check in line was super short which is odd for a Friday night. I asked the clerk if there were any complimentary room upgrades, and she said that there wasn’t at that time, but we could check back the next day. We liked our room so we did not check back the next day. Plus, I would have had to tip again since I’m sure I wouldn’t have gotten the same person. I was hopeful that the clerk would take off some of the other charges such as the resort fee, but she did not. She just took my $20 and gave us nothing in return.

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Madison Avenue Room  from  Park Avenue Room 

I had a basic room at NYNY, merely went to the first clerk available on a Monday afternoon, kindly put $20 between ID and credit card, and politely asked if any complimentary upgrades were available. She smiled, said she would check. First asked, if I was parking a car during my stay. I wasn’t. She then upgraded me to a room that had a nice view of the strip facing MGM, and parts of excalibur. Also a bigger room. Enjoyed it.

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Brian Maverick
Saved:  $Not sure Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Park Avenue Premium View Room  from  Park Avenue Room 

Front desk clerk in Feb 2016 … the twenty between the ID card and credit card…..and asked whatever you can do for me would be greatly appreciated ….the lady smiled and said no problem.

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Tipped:  $50 Upgraded to  None  from  Basic 

Checked in early, said I didn’t mind waiting until room was ready. Chatted for a bit about this and that while she was looking for a room that was ready. I asked for complimentary upgrade with a $50 in between my cards. She took off the daily resort fee but said she couldn’t do the room upgrade. She kept my $50 and that was that. It did save me money overall, but was not impressed. Next time, and I suggest a different hotel as well, I will just try a $20.

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Tipped:  $50 Upgraded to  Spa Suite on 40ish floor with stip view  from  Park Ave 

We checked in late Monday night, (Tuesday 1AM actually), and went to the first available clerk. I gave him a $50.00 sandwich. He placed the bill between us and he said I could tip him after if I was pleased with the service.

He made a very brief call and then checked the computer while we were making small talk. He said he had a spa suite available, a double room upgrade, on the 40 ish floor over looking the strip and asked if that would be ok. I said that would be just fine. He also said that since it was so late he would waive one day of the resort fee, ($22.40). I handed him the $50 and went up to the room.

When I checked out early Friday morning I noticed that the other 3 days of Resort Fees, ($67.20), were also comped! What a bonus!!! Now I wonder if he knew it was a $50 at check in? Did he just assumed it was a $20 as the bill denomination was face down? Had he realized it was a $50 could I have gotten into a Players Suite? I guess I’ll have to go back and try it again!!!

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Tipped:  $50 Upgraded to  Spa on 41st floor with stip view  from  Park Ave 

I talked to the first clerk available. I gave him a $50.00 sandwich and asked if there were any complimentary upgrades available. He handed it back and said if I was happy with the service after check in, he would be happy to take it then.

He double upgraded me from the basic Park Ave room to Spa room on the 41st floor with a strip view. He also said he would cover one night of the $20.00 Resort Fee because I checked in late, (2AM).

I’m wondering if he noticed it was a $50.00 sandwich not a $20.00 when I checked in because when I checked out all of my Resort Fees were comped, not just the first day. Was the extra days just a mistake or was he topping off comp because he received a lot more than he thought. If that was the case, had he known it was a $50, would I have ended up with a suite???

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Madison Ave  from  Park Ave 

Got into the hotel around 1 am, so it was technically 1/27/13. Stood in line behind 2 other parties and got the next available clerk who was a SE Asian woman in her mid-20s. She was not overly friendly. Handed sandwich and asked if there was any possibility of a complimentary upgrade to a suite. She never really responded to that question and took all the cards and the $20 and placed them all at the top of her keyboard. She double checked our room reservation on her computer and re-confirmed that we were booked for a standard Park Ave room. She asked what bed type we wanted and if we wanted smoking or non. We told her we wanted a King non-smoking room. She replied, unfortunately, we do not have any Park Ave rooms that are King non-smoking, so I can upgrade you to the Madison Ave street view. I was a little disappointed because it sounded like we would have gotten the upgrade anyway w/o the $20. The room itself was on the 19th floor, relatively low, and facing the roller coaster so we could hear people screaming. The room was dingy and tired, the carpet had seen better days and I never went barefoot in the room. The toilet had a weird black stain in the bottom – looked like a fat permanent marker – and the shower was like being under a watering can. Overall, I was disappointed. We had better luck when we left NYNY and checked into Mirage 2 nights later and got a fantastic room I was really happy with.

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