Area: Strip
  • Black and shaped like a pyramid.
  • A beacon from the top floor can be seen just about anywhere in Vegas.
  • Recently remodeled from Egyptian theme to be more adult oriented.
  • Cris Angel performs here regularly.
  • Noir Bar, Flight, and LAX clubs often attract celebrity attention.
  • 5-acre pool.
  • Linked via indoor walkway to Mandalay Bay and Excalibur.
  • Carrot Top often performs his alleged "comedy" act here.

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6 responses to “Luxor”

  1. Steve the Texan said:

    Penny, if you've already made your reservations you're probably locked into whatever rate you signed up for. It never hurts to call and ask to be changed to another promotion, though.

  2. Penny said:

    Were staying this feb.2013 an already have reservations an we still get the deal? an also looking for things to see an do..

  3. Kenn said:

    Great Hotel. We enjoyed our stay. No complaints but only suggestions. Need a frig in room. Poker room needs to change rule of all in hands must be shown. Take shuttle only one way from airport. Use bus to go to old Vegas. Use tram to other Hotels. Expect at least $30 a person to eat. I would stay there again!

  4. Sean Cody said:

    The Luxor was a Beautiful hotel, I only stayed there 1 night, and regret not staying more. Room Service was great considering how busy they were, and their Bell Guys were Funny as Hell. I will definately return, I must say tho, Make sure you have patience if English isn't the front desk person's first language they don't speak very good english and take longer

  5. Julie said:

    Hi, myself and hubby will be staying at the Luxor from June 11 for 1 week(his 50th birthday) can you tell me the nearest and cheapest shopping mall, not that he knows we will be shopping!!! Thankyou

  6. Steve the Texan said:

    There's pretty decent shopping in the Luxor itself, with a dozen or so shops in the hotel. For world-class shopping, though, head to the Fashion Show Mall across from the Wynn. You'll find about 250 places there, although not all of them are cheap. If bargains are what you're looking for, consider catching a shuttle to one of the outlet malls.

    You know, there's a show currently at the Luxor called "Menopause: The Musical." That could make a fun and funny 50th birthday treat for your husband.

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