New York – New York Hotel and Casino is a hotel and casino situated in Las Vegas Strip and owned and operated by MGM Resorts International. the hotel has many towers set to resemble New York City towers such as the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building. In front of the of it is a lake in place of New York Harbor, with a 150-foot-tall (46 m) replica of the Statue of Liberty, and replicas of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Main Immigration Building on Ellis Island, and Grand Central Terminal.
Have fun experiencing their endless attractions:
The Roller Coaster – formerly known as the Manhattan Express, it travels through New York, New York’s interior and exterior, and replaced the trains to look a lot like a traditional Checker Cab; the coaster is 203 ft and has a maximum drop of 144 ft that reaches speeds up to 67 mph (108 km/h).
Zumanity – It is the only permanent Cirque show to allow admission only to those over 18 years of age. The theatre is set as a cabaret, with sofas and bar stools complementing the standard theatre seats. A drag queen hailing from New York City is the Master of Ceremonies for the show named Edie Entertainer (formerly Joey Arias).
ESPN Zone – A sports-themed restaurant with arcade room full of sports-themed interactive games located upstairs such as bowling, basketball, football, boxing, golf, horse racing, and auto racing. On October 10, 2010, the hotel re-opened the facility after an extensive remodeling and dubbed it “Sporting House”, catering to the same sporting crowd. The new facility is staffed and maintained by ARK, the food-and-beverage firm that already runs other in-house facilities, including the employee dining room.
Nine Fine Irishmen, Coyote Ugly, Pour 24, the Bar at Times Square (a piano bar), and the Center Bar – The hotel also features nearly a dozen bars and nightclubs. On weekend evenings, the casino also features a live DJ and go-go dancers performing on a stage within one of the table game pits, known as the “Party Pit”.
Madhattan – The first production show to open at the hotel which brought street performers and put their acts together to create a full show.
Lord of the Dance – The second major show at the hotel that was a long-running production.