Absolutely New York & Las Vegas  

A pair of aces

Visit the cities that never sleep

The grit and gloss of New York meet the glamour of Las Vegas in this whirlwind, two-city trip. Spend a few memorable days and nights in NYC. Then you’ve got a six-hour flight to rest before hitting The Strip in the fabulous Las Vegas, where you can see the Big Apple all over again at New York New York Hotel & Casino (or visit Paris, Venice, or Egypt) and gawp at Vegas’ eclectic mix of themed hotels.

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New York, Las Vegas

Breaking up the long flight to Vegas with an unforgettable stop in NYC.

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New York

Welcome to NYC

You’ll arrive in the Big Apple, ready to explore the city. You’ll probably arrive in the late afternoon, so you might have time to catch a game at Madison Square Garden or a show on Broadway. Spend a few days in the city before returning to the airport and continuing your journey west on a six-hour flight to the dazzling Las Vegas.

What to do in New York

First time in the Big Apple?

If you want to see as much of New York as possible, consider The New York Pass. This sightseeing ticket gives you access to the city’s most iconic locations, including the Edge, the Empire State Building, and One World Observatory. The Pass also includes neighbourhood walking tours, one of the best ways to get to know the city.

Where to stay in New York

Choose your neighbourhood

New York is a big place, and making a smart choice about which neighbourhood to stay in can make moving around the city easier. It all depends on what you want to do here. If you’re hitting the sights of Midtown and Times Square, consider Moxy NYC Times Square or Lotte New York Palace. But if you’re headed to Staten Island for the Statue of Liberty and want to pay your respects at One World Trade Centre before checking out the goings-on around South Street Seaport, Gild Hall, a Thompson Hotel is a great base.

Las Vegas

Fly to Nevada

Arrive in Vegas after a six-hour flight from New York. Las Vegas may be famous for its glittering casinos, high-end hotels, and non-stop entertainment, but it’s also the perfect base to explore the Grand Canyon. Whether you're looking to hit the jackpot, catch a show, simply soak up the atmosphere, or take a chopper over the Hoover Dam, Las Vegas is the ultimate destination for glamour and drama.

What to do in Las Vegas

Visit the Grand Canyon

Depart the Las Vegas Strip on a helicopter tour over the iconic Hoover Dam, catching panoramic views of Lake Mead and the Mojave Desert as you head toward the Grand Canyon. After flying into the Grand Canyon, the helicopter will descend and land 3,500 feet below the rim. Champagne and light snacks will be served 300 feet above the mighty Colorado River atop a private bluff deep within this natural wonder. You'll finish your adventure with an exciting flight over The Strip.

Where to stay in Las Vegas

So much choice

The hotels in Las Vegas are unlike anywhere else in the world. Check into a themed hotel, such as the New York New York (you can compare your experience here to the real thing), or opt for somewhere more luxurious, like the Vdara Hotel & Spa or Aria Resort & Casino.