Luxor Resort and Casino

Luxor

One of the most recognizable resorts in Las Vegas is the 30-story pyramid of Luxor Resort and Casino. Inside visitors are rewarded with pyramid rooms, savory restaurants, ample nightlife, and 120k sq. ft. of casino gaming.

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Description

Luxor Resort and Casino, located at the south end of the Las Vegas Strip, makes its presence known throughout the valley not only by shining the world’s strongest beam of light into the sky, but also by offering cutting-edge restaurants, renowned entertainment, fascinating attractions and comfortable accommodations. It has shed much of its ancient Egyptian image and moved into this modern era with a more adult-oriented theme as well as ultra chic bars and lounges. Save with Luxor Hotel Deals.

A present-day wonder, this 30-story pyramid contains many amenities. Spacious rooms surround the world’s largest atrium, which boasts shopping, dining and plenty of good entertainment. The casino, at 120,000 square feet, is one of the city’s biggest, offering an array of the latest slot and video poker machines, table games, a race and sports book and the Bruce Buffer Poker Room.

The pyramid rooms are cheaper, but older and smaller. The tradeoff is you get to ride an inclinator (a 39-degree angled elevator) to your room. Pyramid rooms also open directly onto hallways that overlook the pyramid’s atrium. Rooms on higher floors have a great view and also less noise. For newer rooms, try those in the Luxor tower adjacent and connected directly to the pyramid.

Indoor walkways make it easy to visit the Luxor’s surrounding hotels, leading south through The Shoppes at Mandalay Place to the Mandalay Bay and north to the Excalibur. A free tram also links the three properties.

From Egypt to France to Greece, pyramids have dazzled and amazed onlookers in both ancient and modern times. The Luxor in Las Vegas is no different. So book your Luxor Hotel Deals and save.

What’s your Lux? Use your imagination. When you’re at the 3.5-star Hotel Luxor in Las Vegas, in the middle of a pyramid full of outrageous shows like Criss Angel, Believe, Carrot Top, and Fantasy the possibilities are endless. Enjoy Asian fusion at Rice & Company or please your palette with a filet at Tender steak & seafood. Craving nightlife? Lax Nightclub will shock your senses. Either way, you’ll leave satisfied especially when you save with our Luxor Resort and Casino hotel deals.

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3 reviews for Luxor Resort and Casino

  1. 4 out of 5

    Showing its age; still decent

    Overall nice hotel however the surfaces inside show their age; dirty wall surfaces, carpet odours, low toilets and my room door had gap all around allowing outside hallway light to shine thru. Pool is nothing special and would be nice if it had a deeper portion, its very shallow (3.5′). The wow factor is when you look up and see the pyramid shape, no other hotel I went to has that sensation.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Great atmosphere

    Great experience for First time staying in the Luxor hotel. It was fast and easy check in and check out. Great atmosphere and very Clean. Really enjoyed my stay there. I would definitely stay there again. .

  3. 5 out of 5

    You get what you pay for!

    I rated the Luxor excellent in all categories based on the premise.. “you get what you pay for”. For the price I paid I was extremely satisfied with what the Luxor provided. It was no Bellagio, but I also didn’t pay $300 a night. Rooms were “dated” but clean. If your looking for a place to lay your head and a hot shower, the Luxor is just the place. Pool area was nice but crowded. Only one pool was opened. Staff was very friendly and attentive.

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