New York-New York Hotel & Casino Begins $63 Million Room Remodel

New York-New York Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas has launched a $63 million remodeling project of its 1,830 rooms and 155 suites. The project is expected to be completed in the summer of 2023, with accommodations featuring new designs and upgraded in-room amenities.

Crafted by hospitality design firm HVS Design in partnership with MGM Resorts International Design Group, the design aesthetic draws inspiration from Las Vegas and New York City. The remodel includes design details that harken to New York City, such as rooms with exposed faux brick walls and accent colors such as “Big Apple Red” and “Taxicab Yellow.” The remodeled rooms will also incorporate modern conveniences such as movable work surfaces, readily available USB/USB-C power outlets and additional shelving and closet space.

“It’s an exciting time at New York-New York. We recently launched Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Mad Apple’ show to tremendous feedback from our guests.” said Michael Neubecker, the resort’s president and COO. “To embark on a remodel of our rooms and suites is the next step in keeping the resort fresh and giving guests new reasons to visit. Whether coming for business or pleasure, guests will find our new rooms offer a stylish and modern respite as they enjoy the excitement of Las Vegas.”

The room remodel is the next phase of a resort transformation that includes the recently launched “Mad Apple”; the refurbished and rebranded Big Apple Coaster with new trains for a smoother ride; and the revamped Big Apple Arcade with updated games and the latest RFID technology.

Completion of all guestrooms and Spa, Marquis and Players suites is scheduled for summer 2023, with the first collection of standard and premier rooms available for stays in late October 2022.

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