New York New York

38 Reviews
(866) 815-4365
3790 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV89109
63% got a Vegas Hotel Deal
New York New York Hotel Las Vegas

New York New York Review Highlights

Recent Hotel Deals & Upgrades

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

Room Upgrade Reports

Tipped:  $50 Upgraded to  none  from  standard 

Flight arrived late – after 11 PM – though this would be good for an upgrade – stood in line for over an hour only two clerks working the check-in line – approached available clerk – presented the sandwich with a $50 for upgrade – asked if any were available – told nothing was available – saw the 50 – looked at me upset – said she could place me in a smoking room – passed – room we received had a great view of the backside of the same hotel – service from front desk on was poor – did not even gamble here – will stay at TI next trip

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Tipped:  $50 Upgraded to  same with view of the side of the building  from  standard 

Checked in late 11 pm – waited in line 90 minutes – only one clerk having a bad night – asked for complimentary upgrade none available – used the 50 trick – just looked at me and said no upgrades available – will not be staying at NYNY again – won’t even gamble here – had better luck at TI last trip

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  PARK AVENUE  from  PARK AVENUE 

Handed the sandwich over. Clerk immediately pushed the twenty back and said thanks. Asked for any available upgrades, he said they were available, but I would have to pay. He made me feel like I farted in church. I’m not doing this again here.

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Jonny Bingo
Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to    from  Park Ave. 

I gave the $20 between my CC and DL and asked for the complimentry upgrade. The lady slipped back the $20 and told me there was nothing available (it was a Friday at 1200). My room was on the 30th floor looking out at the MGM. I was very satisfied with the view. I am not sure if this was an upgrade, but I was happy with what I got.

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Tipped:  $50 Upgraded to  Deluxe Corner with awesome view!  from  Standard 

I slipped a fifty between the cards. She immediately agreed to upgrade and slid the fifty back with a smile. Because of the bad economy now is a perfect time to visit Las Vegas if you can. There are no crowds at all and the hotels have fantastic deals. I have already booked another trip for March.

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Tipped:  $0 Upgraded to    from  standard 2 q 

it was a long time ago but was told as we had prepaid accom we couldnt get upgraded
then found we would have got comped nights if we didnt prepay

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Park Ave Deluxe Strip View  from  Park Ave Deluxe 

Slipped $20 in the passport and since I stayed once before, I was able to make conversation saying how different it was while being checked in, and being very polite. I simply asked if there were any complimentary upgrades available, and she typed away, and got upgraded to a nice view of the Strip and got the $20 back as well!

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  nothing  from  park avenue 

checked in sunday @ 3pm. quite a few people in line.

slipped a $20 on my photopage of my passport. reservation was booked via travelocity sale @ ~25$/night (83 inc tax for 3 nights), so no need for credit card. told i could upgrade to broadway suite for $20/night or spa suite for $55. no complimentary upgrades avail.

ignored the 20 and handed it with my passport back to me.

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  park aveune  from  park avenue 

clerk looked v official, placed passport and $20 asked for upgrade to higher floor and strip view.Said strip view would be $7.50 a night but could get us a higher floor. declined $7.50 a night as staying a long time after checking in clerk curious why $20 on top asked did i want change. embarressed left got room already booked.

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Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  N/A  from  Park Avenue 

We checked in around 8:30pm and there was a longish line. The woman checking us in was pretty young but very serious, all business, so I had a bad feeling about our odds of success. When she asked for id I placed the credit card, id, and $20 bill all on the counter together. She didn’t bat an eye at the $20. At some point I told her it was my friend’s first time in Las Vegas (which was true), and I asked if there might be any room upgrades available to make the experience more memorable. She immediately said the hotel was full, so all she could do was upgrade us from the lowest room (skyline) to one class higher (park avenue). However we had booked with an internet promotion on their website that was already supposed to get us the park avenue room, so this was not actually an upgrade. I took the $20 back. The eventual room was not that high and had a nice view of the construction next door. Oh well.

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