Clearly, Resorts World Casino has a massive selling point in that it’s the only legal land casino in New York City, but fortunately for its visitors, that doesn’t mean the establishment is complacent about the service it offers its many customers.
This venue is huge, covering three stories and measuring in at a massive 200,000 square feet; it’s fair to say that you’ll have plenty to take in on your visit. There are over 6000 slots available, and this selection is regularly updated, which means favorites, old and new, are always at hand.
The casino welcomes in excess of ten million guests a year, and that gives you some indication of the scale and pull of the place. As well as its thousands of slots, there are high-limit rooms for those with Platinum and Black Card credentials, and these areas are situated in the Times Square Casino and Fifth Avenue Casino facilities.
In other words, there is something for everyone, from novice tourists looking for some fun as well as more experienced gamblers who want to up their stakes.
In terms of electronic table games, Resorts World Casino New York offers Blackjack, Three-Card Poker, Craps, Baccarat, Roulette, and Sic Bo.
There are plenty of rewards on offer as the casino is part of the Genting Rewards program, where membership is free. You can start earning points from the moment you put money into your first slot game.
Make use of the excellent hotel and dining services, which is ideal for out-of-towners who are taking a trip to New York and want to enjoy some gaming while they are in the Big Apple.
Their Bar 360 is considered a great place to watch sports and also offers video poker machines as well as live bands.
One key selling point for visitors is the close access to the Aqueduct racetrack, the only horse racing track within New York City. You can literally walk from the gaming floor, and within seconds you’ll be at the track.
The racetrack is regularly in use, with over 200 days of racing per year, and this offers a nice change of speed and approach for those who like to mix things up.
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Resorts World Casino New York – Getting There
Parking at the Resorts World New York City is free, and it’s easily accessible. From the subway, you can take the A-Train from Manhattan and Brooklyn in the direction of the Aqueduct/North Conduit Station.
By bus, you’d take the Q37, which stops at the property and it’s just minutes away from JFK Airport.