by Whitney Rife
Few hotels are as exotic and exciting as the Luxor Las Vegas. The hotel is built like a humongous pyramid, complete with a light shining from the top so bright that you can see it from outer space. A giant sphinx in the front gardens of the hotel, reminds guests that they are entering a different world. Rooms and suites are available in a variety of layouts with a range of amenities. Rooms typically feature basic amenities, like cable televisions, high-speed Internet access and one or two beds. Suites offer more space to spread out with separate living and bedroom areas and oversized bathrooms. Premium suites also display breakfast nooks and jet tubs. Five restaurants and a food court are at Luxor. TENDER steak & seafood and MORE The Buffet are a couple good family-friendly dining options at the hotel. For fun, there are plenty of activities and attractions within the hotel. Luxor is also home to museum exhibits, like BODIES and Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition. The pool area houses four large pools, lounge chairs and complimentary towels. Area hotels are easy to find and provide additional entertainment options, like theme park rides and animal exhibits.
Our Editor Loves
- Four pools
- Exhibits and dinner shows
- Egyptian theme
EXCELLENT EXPERIENCE Everyone was friendly and courteous. This was our first time to the Luxor and Las Vegas. We were very pleased with service and availability of shops and services. The check in and check out process was very easy.
2 out of 4 elevators didn’t work, LONG lines every single time we used the elevator, you had to ride up anytime there was an opening in the elevator to make sure you got a spot. Rooms were missing carpet, wallpaper was peeling, dents in the walls,bathroom fan was extremely loud.