Luxor Las Vegas
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- 98%Nightlife Lovers
- 96%Family Travelers
- 73%Budget Travelers
- 64%Luxury Travelers
- 64%Business Travelers
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- Luxor Las Vegas
- Luxor Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 7Mar 31, 2014
Nice rooms and typical large hotel service, meaning it is slow when they're busy. Easy access to the monorail is a benefit. However, it is also somewhat remote which can be good or bad depending upon your point of view.Recommended for:
- Luxor Las VegasJan 09, 2014
I was at this hotel shortly after it opened in the early 90's. The rooms are shaped funny because it has to accomodate the sloped outside wall. I stayed in a room with a king size bed not a suite OK. That means without getting on your knees, one cannot look out the window and there is a tendency to bang one's head on the ceiling. Ideal for short but if you are tall, not so good. Good proximity to MGM and others. Was a Very family orientated hotel when I was there.Recommended for:
- Luxor Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 8Dec 03, 2013
I stayed here over the weekend a few weeks ago! They elevator going sideways is cool! Our room had an amazing view of the strip! The hotel itself is linked to Mandalay and Excalibur! I stayed in the pyramid! It is gigantic! The service was great. The only thing I didn't like was the BUFFET!! It was eh...
- Luxor Las Vegas
- Luxor Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11Nov 03, 2013
The Luxor is not only one of the best hotels on the Strip, but it has also become a hotspot for LGBT events. The hotel hosts weekly LGBT pool parties, as well as a fashion show called Closet Sundays. You can also arrange same-sex commitment ceremonies at the facility's wedding chapel.Recommended for:
- Luxor Las VegasAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureStudentsBackpackersAdventure TravelersOct 26, 2013
Great prices, clean/spacious rooms, and a killer buffet. I love the Egyptian theme and the attractions include Chris Angel's magic/illusion show, Carrot Top's comedy show, and Thunder Down Under. Downside: it's at the end of the Strip, away from most of the Vegas action. But the Monorail's nearest station is just across the street at the MGM Grand, accessible by a 10-minute walk across the sky bridge.Recommended for:
- Luxor Las VegasOct 24, 2013
I stayed here for one night and was completely satisfied with my stay. That being said, it's not one of the nicest hotels on the strip, and is all the way on the northern end of Las Vegas Blvd. My room was pretty big, but they forgot to include bath towels and the burger I got from room service was pretty bland. If you visit soon, I would definitely recommend checking out the Bodies exhibit in the Luxor -- and, of course, getting a margarita from one of the many slushie-themed bars they have scattered around the hotel. For shopping, take a quick walk to The Shoppes at Mandalay Place (connected to the Luxor by a tunnel).Recommended for:
- Luxor Las VegasAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 13Oct 23, 2013
My sister booked a room here for her bachelorette party and got some great specials with her M Life points. There was quick valet service, good maids, and lots of shops and restaurants. I had to eat McDonald's a couple nights after clubbing but hey, when you're hungry that'll do. LAX is in this hotel; had a REALLY hard time getting in, even after we were promised a guest list, etc.
The pluses, it's an easy walk to the Excalibur via the moving walkway. Nice staff and overall, had a great stay here!Recommended for:
- Luxor Las VegasJul 07, 2014
The Luxor Hotel is a giant black pyramid located at the end of the strip near New York, New York and Excalibur. The inside is decorated with incredible Egyptian style sphinxes and fountains, their is a mock Egyptian bazaar in the upstairs lobby as well.Recommended for:
- Luxor Las VegasMember ofBusiness TravelersFamily TravelersFoodiesNightlife LoversOct 09, 2013
In its prime, this hotel was probably pretty cool. The rooms themselves are kind of cool - large with great views if you are up high and slanted walls that form the outside of the pyramid. But the hotel is pretty old now and is showing signs of age. There are nicer places to stay on the strip.Recommended for:
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- Luxor Las VegasSep 13, 2013
We really liked staying at this hotel. We're easy to please, but I have to admit I did not hear amazing things about this hotel before visiting. Regardless, it had a great deal so we booked it and it payed off. It's at the end of the strip, which wasn't too far from the main area, but it had a nice selection of shops and dining, and also connects to Mandalay Bay. It is definitely more kid friendly than most of the other hotels, other than Excalibur, although I always wonder why people bring kids to Vegas anyways. There isn't much for them to do. All in all, if you get a good deal for the Luxor, take it! We had a basic king-size pyramid room and it was huge, overlooking the pool and lobby and quiet.Recommended for:
- Luxor Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 15May 13, 2013
This hotel was a great stay, i went for my 21st birthday and i really enjoyed the stay here the staff was amazing the pool was big and good to relax the only downfall of this hotel that its far away from everything and its at the end of the strip so trying to walk everywhere was kind of hard.
- Luxor Las Vegas
- Luxor Las VegasMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11Jan 19, 2013
MGM Resorts International owns a dozen huge properties in Las Vegas:
Aria, Circus Circus, Luxor, MGM Grand, Monte Carlo, Signature, Four Seasons, Bellagio, Excalibur, Mandalay Bay, Mirage, New York New York, Vdara, and the Mandarin. 13 if you count THE Hotel (really part of Mandalay) separately, like they sometimes do. Then 14 if you count CityCenter, and 15 for CityCenter Residences (timeshares) but then back to 14 because I think they don't own the Mandarin anymore.
Anyway, a huge corporation, owning half the Strip or more. Their M-Life frequent spender card is good at all the proporties to build freebee points.
5 of their properties are linked together on the south end of the Strip, and 3 are prominent: Excalibur, Luxor and Mandalay Bay. These 3 are connected by a free tram system between them. There are also connective walkways between the three.
Where Excalibue is more of a family place, and Mandalay Bay is a higher end, more sophsticated place, the Luxor can be described as a place for the youth set. They have exhibits like The Human Body on the mezzanine, and the sophmoric comedy of Carrot Top.
The nightclub, lacking creative naming capabilities, or seeking a particular Westchester district of Los Angeles crowd, is called LAX.
And in the casino, they play loud club music all over, so it is hard to hear the numbers called on the Craps table. And most of your fellow players are noobs on the gaming tables, not knowing the rules or the bets.
The rooms are average hotel rooms. The most unusual thing is of course the Pyramid Shape, the huge light beam shining into the dark nigth from the top of it, and the diagonally moving elevators. It is a clever idea, until you get inside one drunk and try to stand upright as it moves sort of sideways.
The Egyption themed decor great outside with the Sphinx and Obelisk, but indoors it is drab, like being inside a dustry tomb in some places (like the buffet room). The pool has a huge waterfall contraption in the middle, but you can't use it for a slide, just a small waterfall.
So if this is your first time to Vegas, and if you are in the 21-29 age group, this isn't a bad choice. They offer cheap deals on rooms, and I got a special show rate of about $60, and in the past got internet deals under $100 a night even on a weekend. But no bath, only a shower in the Pyramid rooms. You are probably better off room wise, in the separate tower.
Dining options at Luxor Hotel and Casino include a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Recreational amenities include a spa tub, a sauna, and a fitness facility. Spa amenities include beauty services and a hair salon. This 3.5 star property has a business center and offers small meeting rooms, a technology helpdesk, and audio visual equipment. High speed Internet access is available in public areas. This Las Vegas property has event space consisting of banquet facilities, conference/meeting rooms, a ballroom, and exhibit space. Wedding services, concierge services, and tour assistance are available. Guest parking is complimentary. Additional property amenities include a casino, a poolside bar, and a coffee shop/café.
Bathrooms feature designer toiletries and
Notifications and Fees:
- There are no room charges for children 10 years old and younger who occupy the same room as their parents or guardians, using existing bedding.
The following mandatory hotel imposed fees are charged and collected by the hotel either at check in or check out.
- Resort fee: US$ 15.00 per room, per night
- Use of fitness center or health club
- Internet access
- Phone calls
- Additional inclusions
Additional fees and deposits may be charged by the property at time of service, check in, or check out.
- Business Center
- Fitness Center
- Room Service
- Free Parking
- Swimming Pool
- Free Hi Speed Internet