The most impressive aspect of NYNY is the incredible amount
of detail that went into the design and execution, more so
than any other single entity in Las Vegas.
The exterior, of course, is fantastic, with it's microcosm of
New York's buildings, the Statue of Liberty, Broooklyn Bridge, etc.,
and the theme really carries into the main casino.
Look at the main entrance on Tropicana, with the neon encrusted overhang
and the fabulous deco hotel check-in area.
The interior restaurant area off of the main casino
is mind boggling in the amount of minute detail created
to give the visitor an impression of being on a real New York Street.
No written description can describe this place; you have to go there.
Have the Reuben on marble rye at Greenberg's deli.
Original, gallery quality photographs of the
New York, New York Hotel & Casino
on 'The Strip' in Las Vegas, Nevada, by artist/photographer Bill Buth.
...click on thumbnails for a larger view.
Note: Photo quality on your screen will be
much diminished from the actual photos.
Detail of the south facade.
The New York, New York is one of only three casinos on
'The Strip' that have a distinctive design, that is,
by seeing a photo or drawing of the building,
you know it's 'Las Vegas'. And the irony is,
NYNY is actually a scaled down, condensed version
of a city 2500 miles away. (The other two distinctive,
'recognize anywhere' casinos are The Luxor, and Stratosphere.)
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