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Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by encinodog, Oct 2, 2015.

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  1. encinodog

    encinodog Tourist

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    We usually stay at the Mirage and we are going to be staying at NYNY for the first time in November due to a comp offer. We booked a regular Park Ave room and was just wondering what I should be requesting as per placement of the room. Higher floor etc. As for a complementary upgrade, what should I be on the lookout for? I know that at the Mirage they usually give us the Tower rooms on the the 25th and 26th floor as a complementary upgrade so was just wondering what I can expect to get from NYNY if successful.

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  2. winner

    winner Low-Roller

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    not sure about what room or floor to ask for, but stay away from the roller coaster as that is pretty loud, and ask for something close to the elevator, the last time I received a comped room from NYNY it seemed like I had to walk a city block to get to the elevator, overall it was a good stay
     
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    NJS24 Low-Roller

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    I typically don't complain about prices of things on vacation... But I picked up a pizza, 4 drinks, and an order of garlic knots... I paid almost $50. How is that possible?
     
  4. eaglejohn

    eaglejohn High-Roller

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    Had 31st floor looking out on mgm with roller coaster under us. Wife didn't even know it was there til I told her. Not noisy at all for us. 5 doors from elevator. we were there early on a Monday and ask for close to elevator. Now MB was opposite. ask for near elevator and got end of hallway and a marathon walk to elevator and ice machine. Everytime we went to elevator I took a plastic bag and hid it by ice machine to save the 1/4 mile roundtrip to room.
     
  5. bandit1965

    bandit1965 Tourist

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    We stayed at NYNY this past August, it was great. Had a room on the 30 something floor (i can't remember) in the Chrysler Tower. Roller coaster was not an issue at all. There were only 5 or 6 rooms on that floor, so no issues with loud neighbors. Pool was great, service at the MLife and registration was great. Even did well at the slots, have fun!
     
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    Pancakes Low-Roller

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    Hi, we stayed at NYNY in March. Our room was at the rear of the property so we had a lot of construction noise from the new arena. They started at 6am some days. Other than that it was good. We booked a Madison room and asked for a high floor. Think we got 31 or 32.
     
  7. tmoney25

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    I stayed at NYNY just three weeks ago, in the middle of September. I asked for strip view room because when I booked it, the cost was only $5 more per night (and I was in Vegas for a conference so my company was paying anyway). Wound up on the 25th floor near the elevators and my coworker was also on the 25th floor at the end of the hallway. I may be a bit different because I would have preferred to be at the end of the hallway. With the shape of the building you don't get the typical straight hallways. You had twists and turns all the way down to the last rooms, it was like an adventure to get to the room.

    You could definitely hear the roller coaster, but it wasn't disturbing. You heard the riders screaming more than the actual roller coaster and it didn't disturb our sleep.

    Check out the quick eats, they are in the north part of the building in the area that is themed like New York Streets. Lots of good, quick and cheap food options. I always get Sirrico's Pizza and Greenberg's Deli is pretty good too. They have the Dueling Pianos at the TImes Square bar, everybody always seems to enjoy that.
     
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    34cents Low-Roller

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    Stayed at NYNY several times and like it for it's location and general atmosphere. I don't feel out of place like I would at a Bellagio or Wynn as it's low to mid level players.

    As for the rooms, if you don't get one close to the elevator it's a fun maze zig zagging down the halls. I prefer the New Yorker, Park Ave Strip View between 26-32nd floors. These use the A Elevators and are less traveled and not as long of lines to get on one. I'm not one on a big spacious room so these are not large, but I don't spend much time in them so they don't need to be luxurious. I have had two stays where our room was the first door around the corner and never noticed the foot traffic and enjoyed the location in relation to elevators.
     
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