With a giant sphinx and two-storey-tall Pharaoh statues, the Luxor brings a taste of ancient Egypt to Vegas.
This pyramid-shaped hotel sits at the southern end of the strip, half-an-hour’s walk from the centre. There’s a free tram connecting it to Excalibur and Mandalay Bay. And after dark, you can use its iconic sky beam to guide you home.
Inside, you’ll see the designers really run with the theme. Rooms have hieroglyphics-adorned décor and Egyptian artwork on the walls. Walk around and you’ll find even more touches, like indoor palms and sculptures.
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Public House bar and restaurant
Popular East Coast chain Public House opened its first West Coast location here at The Luxor. It's ideal for drinks late into the night or good American fare.
Outdoor pool area
The outdoor pool area at the Luxor is an impressive 19,000 square-feet, with a deck area measuring an immense 125,650 square-feet. There are a total of four pools out here, with sunbeds and a bar to keep you refreshed.
Enjoy world-class live shows at The Luxor. Get your fill of magic and mystery from well-known illusionist Criss Angel. Or laugh at the manic performances from the Blue Man Group.
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Stay elsewhere if you can
Stayed at the Luxor for 3 days as part of a two week western USA holiday. First impressions of the hotel were good. It’s formidable size makes a big impact. However after the initial wow factor wears off you begin to see its actually quite a tired old hotel. Checking took 30 minutes due to the ridiculously long queue. Anything you buy in the hotel is stupidly expensive (as it is in any on the strip). The lifts in the pyramid were very, very slow often taking 5 or more minutes to arrive but there are no stairs you can use as an alternative. The rooms are clean, but they are also very basic with no tea or coffee making facilities or even a fridge. The air conditioning was also very noisy. They are tired looking and in need of update. There was also something wrong with the plumbing in our room as the shower pan kept filling up and took ages to drain. I understand most Las Vegas hotels charge a daily resort tax of around $30 per room and the Luxor is no exception, however at this hotel most of the amenities it’s supposed to pay for such as WiFi and access to printing flight boarding cards were freely available to non-resident guests so basically it’s just a way to mask the real cost of your room. In conclusion my advice would be if you are coming to Vegas look for an alternative more modern hotel on the strip (of which there are many to choose from). All the hotels are expensive but they will be better than the Luxor.More
We arrived at the Luxor on the 12th October. Yes there was a queue to check in but we didn’t have to wait long, roughly half an hour. We asked about upgrading our room and was given a fair price per night. The room is lovely, the bed is amazingly comfortable. Coffee machine and fridge in the room. Bath and separate shower in the bathroom. Room is cleaned every day. The Luxor is huge and it took us a couple of days to get to no where everything is. We found Las Vegas quite expensive but you get what you pay for. Would highly recommend this hotel. More
Showing it's age
Stayed at the Luxor for 4 nights while attending a convention nearby. Found the hotel rooms, elevators, hallways a little dated. Price was right - so tried to overlook some of the wear. All but 1 pool was closed during our stay - and that one was open from 10-6 only - which made it hard to enjoy after a day at the conference. The gym was good sized and pretty well equipped. Only onsite restaurant we tried was Public House - a good place to grab a casual bite and a beer to watch the games.More
Superb Theme well maintained
Although I have never been a guest at the Luxor, I do tend to make a visit there on most trips to Vegas. I love the theme, the rooms that are up and within the pyramid look super cool. The entrance from the little tram is the best entrance to take as you walk straight in to some fabulous Egyptian statues that are huge and that is just on the outside, when you get inside there are even more. The casino is of a large enough size, up the escalator there are some great places to eat including Tequila and Tacos which is great with tasty food.More
Michelle N, 187055
Hotel sucks, but friendly and accommodating staff (changed rooms 3 times)
*We stayed in the East Tower* When researching the hotel, my girlfriend had me check if they had a makeup mirror to use during our stay there. As we were looking through the photos online, I saw that there was a pullout makeup mirror attached to the bathroom mirror. The makeup mirror was also advertised in the description of the room at the lobby check-in desk. When we got to our room (18341) and went into the bathroom there was something covering the spot where the makeup mirror should be attached. It seemed like someone had broken it off. I called front desk and asked if they had makeup mirrors and the lady said no. Before heading out to dinner, we turned the heater on so by the time we came back it would be warm. When we came back 2 hours later it was still cold. Called the front desk, the lady accommodated us immediately and switched us to another room a few rooms down... Our second room we stayed in had a working heater but it didn't have a shower head? You guys check on room 18351 because that was worse then taking a shower in motel 6 y'all, I can't even explain lol. The 2 nights we slept in this room the noise was killer around 2AM-5AM from both sides of the walls in our room. Lemme tell you..I know this is Vegas and it's party time, but I can't when I'm sleeping and my walls are shaking like earthquake from my neighbors doing the nasty. Before we changed our rooms for the THIRD time the front staff asked why we didn't call security for the noise, but there wasn't any labeling on the phone so we couldn't call anyone. Of course I attempted and pressed one of the top buttons to see if I can connect to the front desk, instead I somehow got through to the state trooper? I didn't know you guys had them on speed dial lol. Anyways, our last night there we really wanted to get some type of sleep so we did change our room to (12334) and lemme tell you..SO MUCH BETTER. No noise, heater that works, a SHOWER HEAD, and a MAKEUP MIRROR! This room had everything we thought we were going to have the first night we stayed there. You guys are so cheap to not replace items in your rooms and lie saying you don't have it when some rooms had it all.... When we checked out and heading to our Uber, we were stopped and asked by a staff member if we were coming back to Vegas. He asked if we wanted "free nights." No thanks we'll pass. We definitely will be coming back to Vegas but never back to this janky hotel. I would give this place 0 stars but the staff was very accommodating and friendly. SAVE YOUR MONEY AND GO SOMEWHERE ELSE More
Rich L, 28926
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