Luxor Las Vegas

Address: 3900 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89119, United States | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located in the The Strip and Vicinity area of Las Vegas, is near Casino at the Flamingo Las Vegas, O'sheas, Gazebo Chapel at the Flamingo, and Toni Braxton: Revealed.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLuxor Las Vegas

      Reviewed by stefkemac

      Eerste nacht hier

      Reviewed Oct 10, 2014
      by (13 reviews) Aartselaar , Belgium Flag of Belgium

      Lawaai overal, dat wordt aanpassen

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      Reviewed by adelleg

      Clean, comfortable, but no wifi in rooms

      Reviewed Jul 28, 2014
      by (5 reviews) Yellowknife , Canada Flag of Canada

      Nice place, really huge; they upgraded us from the pyramid to a tower. Room was clean and comfortable. Only issue was with internet access: the only way we could access the internet from our rooms was to connet with an ethernet cable; there was no wifi except in the public areas of the hotel. Which meant we couldn't even use our iPhones/iPad to surf or do blog entries. We only stayed the one night. Would not stay here again only because of the wifi issue.

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      Reviewed by russelljm60

      Luxor Steak House

      Reviewed Mar 23, 2014
      by (7 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      Great food!

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      Reviewed by dansadventure

      A little shabby...

      Reviewed Dec 15, 2013
      by (4 reviews) Rockingham , Australia Flag of Australia

      Maybe it's because Luxor is quite old by now, but it could seriously do with an upgrade. I assume it was simply because it was Christmas that it was quiet, but surely it's time for a bit of a revamp? The furnishings and carpets could do with replacing, and while the Egyptian theme might have been cool when Luxor first opened it seems quite faded now. Maybe a refresh would do some good and bring a much needed influx of people and cash into the Hotel and Casino. It's hard to want to go back despite being cheap compared to other hotels in Vegas.

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      Reviewed by dabradz


      Reviewed Aug 13, 2013
      by (32 reviews) Belgrave South, Melbourne, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

      Almost as big as the pyramids and Sphinx its modelled after.

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      Reviewed by cheesblog

      A noi è andata bene...

      Reviewed Aug 5, 2013
      by (19 reviews) Rome , Italy Flag of Italy

      L'albergo non è sicuramente il più fico... ma a noi è andata di lusso!!!

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      Reviewed by bigdean


      Reviewed Jul 16, 2013
      by (24 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

      Dance show

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      Reviewed by tashadventure

      Dream stay at the Luxor.

      Reviewed Jun 18, 2013
      by (1 review) Portaferry , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Luxor Las Vegas? What I would do to spend just another night there! In terms of entertainment and atmosphere, the place is beyond imaginable. Amazingly presented. Huge rooms with a fantastic view of the strip! Seen the greatest show of my life there - The Jabbawokkez PRiSM, it was absolute perfection. One even jumped of stage to come and meet me because they liked my hat!? They have a nightclub in the building LAX, normally each guest gets one nights free entry, it's incredible inside... Gothic decor and insanely good drinks. There's a very nice pool and my favorite spot was the bar right in the center of the casino, met some great people there! The hotel food was divine but for cheaper alternatives, the food court is seconds away.. Everything is seconds away, being at the end of the strip everything was within walking distance and there's a bus stop right outside if walking in the scorching heat is all too much for you.

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      Reviewed by jwade2


      Reviewed Feb 21, 2013
      by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      Hotel was good it was good service. I enjoyed the stay and my visit. the Fans, Players and student body at university of Las Vegas Nevada showed alot of love and really made feel welcome

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      Reviewed by ant325


      Reviewed Jan 22, 2013
      by (8 reviews) Southport , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      rooms were immaculate, facilities brilliant, love the shops, the buffet- great value for money and the casino pretty cool as well. Clubs overrated but probably that way everywhere in vegas

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      Reviewed Jul 17, 2012
      by (2 reviews) Jeju Island , Korea Rep. Flag of Korea Rep.

      All staff are friendly n easy transpotation
      my room is very large .
      a buffet resaurtrant is cheap n satisfactory

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      Reviewed by heiditheresa


      Reviewed Dec 15, 2011
      by (1 review) Coloma, Wisconsin , United States Flag of United States

      It was an excellent choice for a reasonable rate. Rooms were very clean, and close to everything.

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      Reviewed by arezoosh

      Interesting Architecture

      Reviewed Sep 24, 2011
      by (6 reviews) Toronto , Canada Flag of Canada

      This is an exciting hotel to stay in due to its unique architecture. However, it's a little bit dated and it seems that some of the rooms need some minor repairs or cleaning up. Similar to most Vegas hotels, there are additional charges and you have to pay for everything. It's a little bit off the strip but still in a good location. Overall, we enjoyed our stay and would go back again.

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      Reviewed by gone2asia

      Wanna go cheap, go there!

      Reviewed Jun 15, 2011
      by (4 reviews) , Germany Flag of Germany

      ...but, it is not as cheap as you think. For your convenience, there will be a resort fee, 17 Dollars for a wired internet access.
      The interior is worn, what could be fine, if the cleanlyness would be better and no bed bugs...
      I wonder if that hotel ever heard of vacuuming the floor
      expect an basic motel experience for a higher price

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      Reviewed by lutaya

      Luxor hotel

      Reviewed Apr 3, 2011
      by (1 review) BLR , France Flag of France

      Nice place to stay with very comfortable and affordable beds!

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      Reviewed by karlamato


      Reviewed Sep 1, 2008
      by (4 reviews) Napoli , Italy Flag of Italy

      Favoloso albergo degno di una città favolosa!

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      Reviewed by oandb

      Amazing Pyramid !

      Reviewed Sep 7, 2005
      by (4 reviews) , France Flag of France

      Staying in a casino hotel in Vegas is an amazing experience, and especially in Luxor Hotel ! Moreover it is very affordable and cheap if you do not stay during weekends which was our case.
      We even had the chance to be upgraded to a "suite". An apartment you should say ! As unbelievable as this city lost in the middle of the desert.

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      Historical Traveler Reviews Luxor Las Vegas

      Very nice stay


      My wife and I stayed at the Luxor back in September 2002 for 2 nights. We booked through the Internet and paid $75 with a complimentary access to the spa for 24 hours. And I can tell you that it is really worth it (the spa). You have a choice of several jacuzzis, a sauna, a hammam, you can go sunbathing or even have a massage in a very nice place, on the top of the traditional fitness room (over-equipped this one!). We recommend it strongly.

      Appart from that, check-in was pretty long (20 minutes at least). Not only for us but also for all the other people waiting. The staff was nice. We had a room in the East tower, with a view on the swimming pool (well, a fraction of it) instead of the Strip, but that was OK with us. The room was really nice and clean. It was of a very good size. The bathroom had both a shower and a bath, which is unusual but useful when there's two of you!

      The sad thing is that they had no fridge in the room, which I quite like to store cold drings or fruit.

      Check-out was absolutely straightforward using their on-screen feature. You see your bill, and you just agree to it by pressing a key on your remote control! I had personnaly never seen that before.

      In summary, this is a very nice hotel, even though it's not the best in terms of location in Vegas (South end of the Strip).

      Surprisingly good


      I'd read mixed reviews on Luxor, but it turned out to be a surprisingly good place to stay. We stayed in a room in one of the two newer towers - it was large with Egyptian-theme furniture that was surprisingly tasteful. The bathroom was huge with separate tub and shower.

      With 4,400 rooms and 100,000 square feet of casino, Luxor is your typical Vegas maze of elevators, slot machines, tables and restaurants. You'll need Pharoah's help to find your way around the Luxor's neverending casino maze. Restaurants and the buffet were pretty average, except for Isis and the Nile Deli, which were pretty doggone good. The location at the south end of the strip isn't my favorite (who wants to stare at McCarran Airport all day) but it's easily accessible by monorail or enclosed walk to Excalibur and Mandalay Bay, and a few more steps from the PeopleMovers to center strip from Monte Carlo and MGM Grand.

      For the price, Luxor is definitely one of the best deals in Sin City.

      Not impressed


      I'm a travel agent and spent hours researching Las Vegas hotels before going there as I wanted to choose the best. We chose the Luxor. We had a party of 12 staying there as we were getting married there. We travelled from Australia and England.

      After being told by so many people that we might get an upgrade if we told them we are getting married, we gave it a go on check in. We were told "sure for an extra $50US a night you can have the jacuzzi room"

      I don't think so! What a rip off.

      We then checked into our tower room which was very average. I have stayed in better rooms for half the price.

      The only good thing was the very deep bath and the rooms were always cleaned very well.

      The first night after reuniting with my family from England who I had not seen for ages, the 12 of us went to dinner at the pyramid cafe. All I can say is I have never in 30 years come across such rude staff. It was most inconvenient to them that they had to put a table for 12 together for us.

      Apart from it being expensive, do not go there unless you enjoy being served by grumpy staff.

      We spent a week in Vegas and my advice is if you want service, stay at the Excalibur or Circus Circus. I haven't seen the rooms but just from dining in both these places, we found that the staff are far more down to earth and friendly, unlike the snobby staff in posher hotels.

      My sister in law ordered strawberries to be sent to our room on our wedding day. When I got home, she told me that the staff on the phone were soooooooo rude she almost hung up on them. Plus they delivered them at the wrong time.

      So much for "pampering the guests" like they say they will. We did not get so much as a "congratulations on your marriage"

      Anyone getting married in Vegas, I recommend the Regale restaurant at the Excalibur for your reception.

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      My first trip to Las Vegas was pretty good. Stayed at the Luxor for 3 days and 3 nights. The Pyramid itself looks extravagant from afar, but not as much from up close. The Pyramid standard rooms (ours had two queens) were nothing special at all. The bathroom was decent, and the shower stall was very big. Overall, though, the furnishings are nothing better than the Courtyards that I've stayed in on business. Aside from the bedding with the Egyptian motif and the matching headboard/armoire with stenciled Egyptian icons, the only other item reminicient of the theme was a rocky looking wall art with an Egyptian lady in a gondola. Slanted window is nothing so cool to experience. Same for the inclinators. If I ever go back and cannot get a free upgrade to a jacuzzi suite, then I'll definitely opt for the Tower rooms. BUT OUR ROOM WAS CLEAN AND ADEQUATE. I had a 14th floor west-facing room overlooking the pool. No problems with the AC or water pressure. Maid service was fine. They sent me a humidifier at 1am on request. No other issues to report on the service. Buck fifty cokes in the hallway vending machines are as good a deal as you will find on the street. Others have mentioned difficulty in navigating the casino to get where you need to go. It's really not that difficult at all; these people just lack a sense of direction. I mean, the Pyramid floor design is a big square, with the inclinators in the corners. Our inclinator #2 was located in the SW corner of the hotel, to the left of the sports book and Blue Man Group theater. To get to the food court and pool areas, go to the right of the sports book. Pick a landmark for yourself and you'll have it down in no time.



      We stayed at the Luxor on a recent trip to vegas. We booked a jacuzzi suite which was soooo not worth the 100 bucks extra!!. The hotel lobby is great but once you get into the rooms- you can ell the hotels age. Nothing special for the price we paid



      I last visited Las Vegas around 1995. At the time, there was a lot of hype surrounding The Luxor. I visisted the attractions and the casino and was, for the most part, very impressed. However, on my most recent trip, May 6 - 8 2002, I was extremely disappointed.

      Upon arriving at the hotel, I had to wait over 20 minutes in line for check-in. On a side-note, the check-in lines are organized similar to supermarket checkout - one line per station. A more efficient (and fair) way to organize this would be similar to airline check-in - one line for all stations.

      I was placed in a pyrarmid room on the fourth floor. (Side-note: trying to locate the proper elevetors/inclanators in this hotle is very difficult and confusing.) The lighting in the room was poor, the air conditioning was lousy, the shower pressure was non-existant and the bed was hard.

      Check-out time meant another wait in a long line as I required a printed record. However, if you don't require a printed record (or can wait for one to arrive weeks later through the mail) you can use the express checkout drop boxes.

      The only pleasant part of my trip were the hotel attractions (still top-notch) and a delicious soft-serve ice cream at the Buffet.

      Great stay , but was glad to leave


      When we checked-in after a long trip from Amsterdam we were warmly greeted by the receptionist ( it helped that we had stood for 15 minutes waiting behind very rude customers who gave the receptionist hell , unfairly - and we were polite ). When we got chatting to the receptionist who seemed genuinely interested , we said we had just got married ( true ) and we got a jacuzzi suite on the 29th floor - WOW !!!!! The room and all the staff were great . We come 1 or 2 times a year to LV and first time in Luxor - great time , and will come again ! We stayed 4 days and left in saturday - thank goodness !!! The days in the week were great , relatively quiet and a good class of customer - friday evening came all the "stag-parties" - you really see the difference and they were sometimes shockingly arrogant and rude to the staff - absolutely unfair ! - Summing-up Great place , friendly staff , BUT ....... try to avoid weekends !

      Luxor accomdated our broken leg......


      stayed at Luxor last summer and going back again this summer. Last year one week before left for our trip our son broke his leg and was in a full (Non walking) leg cast and had to use a wheelchair or crutches.

      The hotel switched us to a great handicapped accessible room with a huge shower that you could bring a wheelchair into or sit on a bench while showering. The hotel also provide us with a wheelchair rental company name that delivered and picked up the chair at the hotel.

      Great service. Every hotel and resturant on the strip was very accomodating.



      Upon landing at McCarren all of the strips main hotels are visible. The Luxor stands out the most as it is a huge glass pyramid! It is a fantastic 'mirage' in the desert. We stayed in a 'Pyramid room' - complete with sloping window looking straight down the strip! The room was nicely kitted out - king size bed, big TV, marble bathroom - and the corridor outside the room looked down on the entertainment level - Imax 3D cinema, casino etc. I would recommend it to anyone - excellent.

      Best Coffee on the Strip


      Best coffee on the strip.

      We spent three days here in a Pyramid Room on the 17th Floor then went off the Grand Canyon, spent a further three nights in a Jacuzzi Suite at the Luxor. The suite was well worth the extra $50 we had two big TV's, a fridge, a lovely sitting room and a great jacuzzi that I spent hours in. Check-in was very fast, the buffet was ok and we had great fun in the amusements. The coffee is the best on the Strip!! The casino floor is massive and easy to get disorientated in but has a great selection of games and great slot club. The maids who cleaned the rooms were the best anywhere: they helped us with everything and gave us extra towels when asked and soaps ect. The spa was very good - clean, big with good treatments and friendly patrons and staff. There are really only two faults I can find with the Luxor. Its location is great because it's at the end of the strip so you get there from the airport very quickly and convenient to get the factory outlets and straight on to the I15, but for taking a stroll it's a little bit too far down the strip. The cocktail service when you are playing is not as quick as other strip casino, took us an age to get drunk. We stayed there Xmas '99, last year we stayed at the Aladdin which was actually better though the coffee not as good as the Luxor. This year however we will be spending our first night there for convenience then driving out to Palm Springs and back to stay at New York New York and Belagio. please feel free to emil me any questions

      TripAdvisor Reviews Luxor Las Vegas

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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