Luxor Las Vegas

3900 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119
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If you are looking for the most unique place to stay in all of Las Vegas, you might want to try Luxor. While many of the properties along the Strip follow traditional architecture, this resort is located inside a black glass pyramid. The rest of the hotel and its grounds follow that same theme of Egyptian decor. Walk the grounds among “ancient” pillars, and even take a picture in front of a Sphinx. Head inside to a large atrium that will take you anywhere in the resort. Many rooms lead to an open-air hallway that overlooks this atrium. Other activities on Luxor property include enjoying amenities like sparkling pools, Nurture Spa and Salon, and access to various nightlife, clubs, and bars. These locations include Centra, settled back from the casino, Aurora, based on the lights of the Aurora Borealis, and Flight, a bar perfect for an exciting party. The casino at Luxor has over 120,000 square feet and hundreds of slots. Of course, there are table games and sportsbooks as well, and HyperX Esports Arena is within the pyramid too. Regardless of what you are looking for, you will enjoy staying under the beam at Luxor.

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Pyramid 2 Queen Room

2 Queen Beds 420 sq feet Internet - WiFi Entertainment - 50-inch flat-screen TV with cable channels and pay movies Food & Drink - Room service Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and bed sheets Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower, free toiletries, and a hair dryer Practical - Desk, safe, and iron/ironing board; free cribs/infant beds available on request Comfort - Fresh bed sheets (on request), fresh towels (on request), and climate-controlled air conditioning Eco-friendly - Eco-friendly toiletries, recycling bin, and LED light bulbs Need to Know - Housekeeping on request, no rollaway/extra beds available, toothbrush and toothpaste not available Non-Smoking Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability

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Tower 1 Bedroom Suite

1 King Bed 780 sq feet Layout - Bedroom Internet - WiFi Entertainment - 50-inch flat-screen TV with cable channels and pay movies Food & Drink - Mini-fridge and room service Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and bed sheets Bathroom - Private bathroom, separate bathtub and shower, free toiletries, and a hair dryer Practical - Desk, safe, and iron/ironing board; rollaway/extra beds and free cribs/infant beds available on request Comfort - Fresh bed sheets (on request), fresh towels (on request), and climate-controlled air conditioning Eco-friendly - Eco-friendly toiletries, recycling bin, and LED light bulbs Need to Know - Housekeeping on request, toothbrush and toothpaste not available Non-Smoking Connecting/adjoining rooms can be requested, subject to availability

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Swimming Pools at the Luxor Las Vegas

If the Caesars Palace pool complex is a Roman-inspired garden of paradise, then Luxor is its cool Egypt-inspired equivalent. Known to guests as The Oasis, Luxor features four pools as well as four whirlpools, to accommodate a large number of guests. With its themed features, such as pyramids and pillars, adults and families with children of all ages will enjoy this grand outdoor fixture at Luxor hotel. In contrast to the desert sands of Vegas, the pool deck is outfitted with powder-blue chairs and daybeds that line the water’s edge and stretch across the 125,000+ square-foot pool deck. The real luxuries are the cabanas, complete with storage lockers, televisions, towel service and misters for when the Vegas sun becomes scorching hot. Luxor has thought of everything from its drinks menu—complete with non-alcoholic beverages—to food that goes way beyond the standard chips and salsa. The Snack Bar and Pool Bar are also worth a visit to stay full and hydrated for long hours spent sunbathing. Don’t forget to stop by the pools for Temptation Sundays, an all-inclusive party that is a staple feature of Las Vegas weekends.  Locals and non-hotel guests can enjoy the Luxor pool for a fee, and complimentary towel service is available.

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Luxor Las Vegas is a Pet Friendly hotel

Ready to walk the sands of the pyramids? Even the Egyptians loved to pamper their dogs. Bring your pupper along with you to Las Vegas. Luxor has dog friendly rooms prepared just for them. Up to two dogs may come to your special room with you, and cannot weigh more than a combined thirty pounds. You will have an extra fee on your bill: $50 per night, per dog in a room, or $100 per night per dog in a suite. If you must leave the room, make sure to place your dogs in their crates. Or, you may also contact the hotel concierge to set up dog sitting services. Housekeeping is also just a call away, should any accidents occur.

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Luxor Las Vegas is a Child Friendly hotel

Heading to Las Vegas with your kids? Whether they are young or old, you’ll love seeing their faces light up when they realize the cool building you have chosen to stay in. Kids will love pulling up to this full-sized pyramid, and walking the Egyptian-themed atrium. The rooms and suites here are a great size for families traveling with children. And, if you choose to leave your resort, you will love the tram that ushers guests from Luxor to Mandalay Bay and Excalibur. There are even air conditioned walkways to these properties, making a stroller or walk with a small child a breeze.

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Luxor Las Vegas is a Four Star hotel

Luxor is one of the many four star properties located on the Las Vegas Strip. It has won this rating for its upscale comfort and full experience.

If staying at a quality establishment is important to you, you won’t have to look much further than Luxor. Enjoy your adventure on the Strip and return at the end of the day to your 4 star amenities. You’ll love the immersive vibe and lovely rooms.

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Luxor Las Vegas is a cheap hotel

On top of being one of the most unique hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, Luxor is also one of the least expensive. This makes it a great option for travelers on a budget, young families and anyone hoping to spend the majority of their money at the casino.

The charming shape of the rooms is accessible to all guests in every capacity and budget. Book a standard Tower room with two queen beds or a king bed at an affordable rate. Or, ask for a Pyramid room to enjoy slanted windows, a cozy architectural feature that overlooks the Strip, the gorgeous desert expanse and the other grand hotels of Las Vegas proper. Note: resort fees may apply.

Luxor is well-known for its entertainment at great affordability. The resort offers exhibits to spend hours in, with attractive ticket prices. For more action, HyperX is a fun, budget-friendly esports gaming hall that appeals to sports fans and gamers of all ages. For traditional show-goers, Blue Man Group and Carrot Top are just a few long-running favorites with a variety of ticket options.

Between the rooms, pastimes and dining options to explore, Luxor is one of the many natural choices for cheap hotels on the Strip.

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Luxor Las Vegas is a Family Friendly hotel

If you are hoping for a family friendly destination in Las Vegas, look no further than Luxor. The spacious rooms encourage family time, and a number of family friendly shows are available. Book tickets to see America’s got Talent Las Vegas Live, or see the Blue Man Group,.

There are even museum exhibits here too. Bodies the Exhibition is extremely interesting, as well as the Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition. You also may want to check out the HyperX Esports Arena, located in the pyramid as well.

Another great thing to do for the whole family is to spend a day at the pool. The Luxor pool arena looks just like something in the Egyptian city itself. Rent a cabana and enjoy a day relaxing in the desert sun.

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Luxor Las Vegas is on the South of the Strip

Planning on spending part of your Las Vegas vacation in the mountains? Perhaps you want to explore some of the local casinos off the Strip. If this sounds like you, consider choosing a hotel on the the Las Vegas Strip.

Luxor is an excellent choice. Just north of Mandalay Bay, it is the second southernmost option. Staying on the at the Luxor will allow you to avoid wasting time in thick Strip traffic, and get you right over to the I-15 as quickly as possible. This highway will connect you with other great destinations, like Red Rock Canyon or the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

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Luxor Las Vegas is a Hotel with Rooms

For those hoping for the amenities found in a smaller room, consider one of four room options at Luxor.

Pyramid Premier King or Two Queen

The Pyramid Premier rooms are your first choice when thinking about a room at Luxor. These rooms are around 420 square feet, and can accommodate three or four guests, depending on the beds you choose. Additional amenities include a large shower, flat screen TV, and neat Egyptian touches.

Pyramid King or Two Queen

These rooms are very similar to the Pyramid Premier rooms in size and bed options. You may enjoy in-room dining here, as well as the calming blue tones included in the decor. Both standard Pyramid rooms and Premier rooms have slanted walls, from being located against the pyramid walls.

Tower Premium King or Two Queen Rooms

These rooms are just a bit larger than their aforementioned counter-parts. Enjoy a work space, in-room dining, and a large armoire for your clothing. These rooms are in the Tower rather than the pyramid.

Tower Elite King Room

The Tower Elite King Room is the most gracious of all Luxor’s rooms, with 450 square feet of space. You and up to one guest will love this room, which includes granite countertops, refrigerator and wet bar.

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Luxor Las Vegas has rooms with a view of the Strip

Imagine: you book a room at the top of a luxurious pyramid. The VIP service is a breeze, and you have your favorite cocktail in hand. You’re ready to relax, as you gaze out your window at the Las Vegas Strip. You feel like an Egyptian Pharaoh overlooking his or her land.

This can be true at Luxor. If you want to survey the Las Vegas Strip from the comfort of your room, indicate what you prefer at booking. There are Strip view rooms from the pyramid and from the tower. Your Strip view may include the golden Mandalay Bay, the towers of Excalibur, and more.

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Luxor Las Vegas has Suites

There are many one bedroom suites to choose from at Luxor. The smallest is 590 square feet and has those slanted pyramid windows. This is the Pyramid Premium Corner King or Two Queen Suite. Unique features and interesting decor make this suite extra fun.

The next option is The Pyramid Corner King or Two Queen Suite. Even though “premium” isn’t in their name, these rooms are much more spacious than the Pyramid Premium Suites. However, they are not updated as nicely. Still, you’ll like the warm tones and desert vibes of these pyramid rooms.

The Tower One Bedroom Suite is another excellent option. You’ll have floor to ceiling windows with a spectacular view. You’ll also enjoy a double vanity, mini fridge, coffee maker, and large desk area. Upgrade to the Tower Elite One Bedroom Suite for 200 more square feet, and a full wet bar.

Finally, the Pyramid Elite Suite is calling your name, with 1,200 square feet to call home. These suites are located towards the very top floors of the pyramid, leaving you feeling like Egyptian kings and queens.

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Luxor Las Vegas has Two Bedroom Suites

There are two ways to book a two bedroom suite at Luxor Las Vegas. The first is easy- just book the Tower Elite Two Bedroom Suite. This suite is made up of 1,650 square feet. Inside, you’ll find two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a separate living area, and a delightful bar. The master bath even has a rejuvenating soaking tub at your disposal. The more expensive price may be more doable if you are splitting the cost between two couples.

The second way to get a two bedroom suite is to book adjoining suites and rooms. If you would like to do this, make sure you make your preference clear at the time of booking.

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Luxor Las Vegas has Penthouse Suites

Luxor boasts two amazing Penthouse Suites to choose from. The first penthouse is the Tower One-Bedroom Luxury Penthouse Suite. This suite has over 3,000 square feet of space to relax, host, or party. You will be blown away by the wall of windows overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. Enjoy your view from a plush seating area, large dining room table, or the billiards area. At night, retreat to your spacious one bedroom.

The other option is the Tower Two Bedroom Penthouse Suite. This penthouse adds another 600 feet of space to the One Bedroom Penthouse. Each bedroom has big walk-in closets. There are two living rooms here, as well as multiple master bathrooms. Finally, your whole party will love the Butler’s Kitchen with a full size refrigerator.

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Luxor Las Vegas has Spa Suites

Luxor also offers special Spa Suites to their guests. These rooms, known as Stay Well Pyramid King or Two Queen Rooms, have extra luxurious amenities. Any Stay Well room has an air purification system. This will help you feel great after a day in smoky Vegas casinos. There is also Aromatherapy throughout your room, and the Cleveland Clinic Newsletter at hand.

Your shower comes equipped with a Vitamin C Shower Infuser, to help boost your mood and your immune system. The room also follows the Stay Well Cleaning Protocol, so you can trust that these rooms fit your exact preferences.

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Luxor Hotel on the Strip has a history and legacy that fashions itself from the authentic pyramids of Egypt.

History

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Way back in the fall of 1991, Circus Circus Enterprises—an early incarnation of what would become Mandalay Resort Group—announced plans for what would eventually become one of the Las Vegas Strip’s most iconic structures: The Luxor Las Vegas.

This famous resort boasts an Ancient Egyptian theme with its namesake taken from the Egyptian city along the Nile River. Today the real Luxor is the site of the ancient ruins of Thebes, among them the Temple of Luxor, the Great Temple, the Valley of Kings and Valley of Queens. Now heading into its 28th year, Luxor is the kind of resort that only a Las Vegas Strip property could pull off, maintaining the spirit of Sin City through its knowing cheekiness, terrific amenities, and numerous attractions.

Breaking ground in the spring of 1992 and subsequently opening in the fall of 1993, Luxor has a formidable presence on the strip through its world-famous shows, vast spaces for relaxing and gambling and a couple of fascinating exhibitions. Among the more famous attractions are Blue Man Group, Carrot Top and America’s Got Talent–along with its large pool area. Visitors love the overall architectural prowess that makes a statement at the very south end of the Strip. You can’t miss Luxor Las Vegas, especially since it is topped off by the famous Luxor SkyBeam—a column of light so intense it can be spotted by aircraft as far as 275 miles away.

After ownership changed in 2005, Luxor Las Vegas became a MGM Resorts property, and as such, a resort backed by the Strip’s biggest power player. Today, with over 4,000 rooms, ancient artifacts from the Titanic and a topless revue, the Luxor pulls off luxury and kitsch in one clean swoop, the way only a Vegas resort could. This makes it a favorite for families, hedonists, sports betters, bachelors and bachelorettes alike.

The Resort

Rooms

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There are 4,400 rooms in the Luxor Resort, so you will have absolutely no shortage of options. These range from your standard king size hotel rooms, either in the Pyramid structure or in the adjacent towers, to suites and the Fresh rooms, courtesy of StayWell. Much like other resorts including the Sahara, the Luxor goes out of its way to keep guests loyal and happy.

Fresh by StayWell

The Fresh by StayWell rooms employ state of the art wellness technology to make your stay at the Luxor as relaxing as possible. Aromatherapy, air purifying and de-chlorification of your shower’s water are just some of the things you can look forward to when you book a Fresh room.

Ballrooms

The Egyptian Ballroom and Lotus Ballroom provide a combined total of 28,000 square feet—with the Egyptian Ballroom alone topping 20,000—perfect for ceremonies, conventions, meetings and gatherings of any sort. The Egyptian ballroom is divisible into a whopping 10 separate spaces with a capacity of nearly 1000 guests, while the Lotus ballroom can be divided into 3 separate spaces, fitting up to 800 guests.

Boardrooms 

For VP gatherings and more intimate business affairs, the Jewel Boardroom is just about 475 square feet, fitting 30 people.

Galleria Rooms 

For smaller affairs, the Galleria boardrooms go up to 3,400 square feet and have capacity for up to 300 guests, and can be used as individual event rooms or sidebar rooms for bigger events.

Pools

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Vegas is nothing if not a town known for its decadent pools—especially once the month of May hits and the sun blazes over the Strip. When I moved to Las Vegas in 2016, the first pool I went to as a local was Luxor’s supersized oasis of four separate pool sections at a whopping 125,000 square feet for the entire pool deck.

The laid-back ambience of this pool, along with its decadent cabanas, breezy service, incredible views of the Luxor’s architecture, great food and cocktails make it one of the best places to kick back on the strip. You can make summers in Vegas photo-ready with cabana rentals and featured pool parties. Entry to the Oasis Pools at Luxor is free for guests and a fee is required for non-hotel guests.

Cabanas and Daybeds

Get personalized, poolside comfort when you upgrade to a daybed or cabana. These secluded and spacious cabanas are perfect for a chilled out gathering with delicious summertime cocktails straight from the bar, conveniently located next to all cabanas.

Pool Parties

Temptation Sundays is a long running, summertime pool party catering to the LGBTQ+ community at home here in Las Vegas but also for the many happy LGBTQ+ tourists who make their way to the Las Vegas Strip. Expect lots of sunshine, delicious cocktails, terrific music and happy surroundings all summer long. This party is hosted by J.Son from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. every Sunday from May to August, finishing the summer season with their popular Labor Day party.

Theaters

Luxor Las Vegas has theaters with intimate, up close views. Visit the Atrium Theater where you can see Carrot Top, the Blue Man Theater hosting the famous Blue Man Group or the adjacent Luxor Theater for America’s Got Talent Las Vegas. These theaters fit anywhere from 400 to 1,000 guests depending on the show.

Parking

Parking for registered hotel guests is convenient and easy. 24-hour parking passes are included in your bill for your convenience, or can be purchased on its own. Parking passes apply to every MGM resort on the Strip, including the likes of The Mirage, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, The Cosmopolitan and more. For visitors, parking is free for the first hour, then $12 for the following four hours, going up to $15 for anything over four hours or over 24 hours. After 24 hours, your fee will be $18.

Valet rates are as follows:  Zero to Two hours: $18 Monday through Thursday, $20 from Friday to Sunday Two to Four hours: $20 Mon-Thu, $22 Fri-Sun Four to 24 hours: $26 Mon-Thu, $30 Fri-Sun Over 24 hours daily rate: $26 Mon-Thu, $30 Fri Sun

Nevada residents get complimentary parking for the first three hours, and then are subject to self parking/visitor rates after that.

Keep in mind that fees are subject to change if there is an event occurring on the Strip or close by.  The east parking lot is uncovered and accessible via the entryway/valet area, and the same applies to the west parking lot.

Transportation

For your convenience, a tram connects the Luxor to Excalibur, the Mandalay Bay Events Center and Mandalay Bay. This tram is completely free of charge and runs about every five minutes. Ground transportation is available in the form of Uber pickup areas on the North Side of the property—luckily this is clearly marked—and taxi pickup at the Strip facing part of the property. Be sure to check with the concierge for details.

Nurture Spa and Salon

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Luxor Las Vegas has the Nurture Spa and Salon, a facility catering to the most vital of your wellness needs, be it a eucalyptus steam session, a therapeutic sauna, several Jacuzzis and an overall environment of relaxation and rejuvenation. Massages are offered for any need, from a couples massage or even an expecting mother massage.

In addition, the Nurture Salon can keep you in top form with its hair, makeup and other essential services for your stay. The Nurture Spa even has a makeup application option for glamor needs before those big Vegas events.

Restaurants

What is a Las Vegas Resort without a bevy of dining options? You are in luck with the Luxor Las Vegas, which runs the gamut from luxe steakhouse to your classic Las Vegas all-you-can-eat buffet.


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Tender

Tender is a steakhouse with flair and style, including a lounge and a selection of some of the best wet and dry steaks. Tender has some of the best happy hour drink specials on the Strip—especially if you like martinis. Enjoy craft cocktails while marinating in the ambience, but do not feel limited to the prime rib. Tender also offers delicious seafood options, as well as shareable plates for larger parties that want to enjoy and sample the best of the Las Vegas Strip.

Public House

The Vegas Strip has become a congregating spot for sports fans, especially now in the age of sports betting and the Strip’s crown jewel—Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders. The Luxor has the best place for these fans to hang out. Public House is home of refreshing draft beers, fish and chips, and mammoth eating challenges like the “Do It Public” burger, a tower of four double cheeseburgers. Huge screens adorn the walls that will keep you and your party apprised of tallies for March Madness or football season–or any sport you can think of–all the way until midnight.

Diablo’s Cantina

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At Diablo’s Cantina, Chef Saul has developed a menu of Mexican food options worthy of the Strip, itself a microcosm of the United States, emblematic of this country’s cultural diversity, welcoming workers and tourists from all over. Thanks to him, you will  get some of the tastiest entrees like Vixen Chicken, Alambre Tacos and steamy fajitas. The surroundings of this restaurant are artful and colorful, and you can enjoy some of the tastiest tequila-based cocktails all the way until midnight at the Cantina.

Buffet at Luxor

It’s not a Las Vegas casino without a buffet. Luxor’s buffet is a family friendly treat that is open until 3 p.m. where little ones under the age of four eat free. Partake in a casual, non-pretentious experience on the lower level of the Luxor, with homemade pizza, unlimited omelets, a bottomless salad station and an assortment of dessert treats meant to entice you until your belly is full. The breakfast station has made-to-order eggs Benedict and omelets, the carving station has roasted beef and turkey. Did we mention an all you can drink station with margaritas, house wine and beers on draft?

Pyramid Cafe

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The Pyramid Cafe is a jumpstart to any hotel guests’ day at the Luxor, and it does so with enough flair and flavorful dishes to have you coming back each morning. Reviewers love the chicken and waffle dish, as well as the Pyramid Pancake Stack, featuring fresh berries and fluffy pancakes that quickly rid you of the morning cravings. A breakfast parfait is a great option if you are in a hurry, and Pyramid’s lunch menu features juicy burgers and chunky french fries.

Backstage Deli

Backed by Chef LA, a season 5 victor of the Hell’s Kitchen show, Backstage Deli offers sizable portions of the best salads and sandwiches for breakfast and lunchtime. Breakfast options include bagel sandwiches and a BLT & A—A for avocado, that is—to chef’s special sandwiches like the Chicken Diablo, powered by grilled chicken, buffalo sauce, lettuce and chipotle mayo. A savory vegan burger is available as well, courtesy of Beyond Burger, with mustard vinaigrette and spring mix. Double up on your cheeseburger if you are extra hungry for just a few extra bucks.

Poolside Dining

The daytime menu at the Luxor’s glimmering Oasis poolside does not disappoint. The bright and sunny days of summer are not without poolside dining. Fresh cocktails like the Luxor Margarita, Cucumber Cooler with organic cucumber vodka and Blue Drank featuring Bacardi’s pineapple rum will give you a nice daytime aura. These are ripe for being topped off with classic nacho dishes, chicken sandwiches or a savory burger platter. For those of you who who want an ice-cold treat, Dole whip and multi-flavored ice cream is available as well.

Luxor Food Court

If the previous cornucopia of options does not seem like it will hit the right spot for the time being, there is always the Luxor Food Court, with all your favorites like Johnny Rockets and Nathan’s Hot Dogs for a quick bite when you are in a hurry to catch Blue Man Group or Carrot Top.

Bars

The above 21 crowd has reasons to be excited about the bars at Luxor, with skilled bartenders and signature drinks that are sure to hit the spot.

Centra

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Located smack in the middle of the Luxor’s gaming area, the Centra allows you to enjoy the casino ambience while you play a game of Keno or enjoy a tipsy chat with friends. Slots are also available for your enjoyment, and wide-screen TVs ensure you are up to date on current sporting events.

Aurora

Taking its name from the mysterious aurora borealis lights seen in uppermost corners of the northern hemisphere, the Aurora bar announces itself almost immediately upon entering the Luxor casino, thanks to its location directly across from the lobby. This lounge atmosphere comes with great lighting, special contemporary cocktails and bartop gaming for a very Vegas experience.

Flight

Bartenders with a knack for presentation are the stars of Flight, a bar located close to the HyperX Esports Arena. With comfortable furniture and an easygoing atmosphere, you can socialize merrily with craft beers and cocktails.

Entertainment

Entertainment is Luxor’s game, and the following shows are a must for any Vegas traveler.

Shows

Blue Man Group

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Who doesn’t enjoy the classic Eiffel 65 song “I’m Blue”? See this spectacular show come to life at Luxor, with its decades-long legacy in entertainment that has delighted millions of show goers since 1987.

Carrot Top

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Prop comedy is a special breed of entertainment, and Carrot Top’s long-standing show on the Strip is proof that this genre is here to stay. Catch his ever-changing set at Luxor.

America’s Got Talent: Las Vegas

As one of NBC’s most famous shows, America’s Got Talent winners show off their diverse skill sets in Vegas as a part of their first-prize package.

Fantasy

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The costumes are a draw for this show, but so are the acrobatics and dances themselves. Don’t let this be “the Strip’s biggest tease” and see it for yourself.

Exhibits and Attractions

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

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Travel back in time to a night of tragedy, mystique and legend with the Luxor’s fascinating Titanic exhibit. Touted as one of the most highly attended exhibits ever, this special experience takes you on an intimate journey. See some of the daily effects like luggage, an unopened champagne bottle and recreations of the grandiose and ornate decor of this famed ship liner.


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Bodies: The Exhibition

Real bodies, real organs and real anatomy? This exhibit is a fascinating and educational journey into the human body, as it has rarely ever seen before. There are 13 specimens of full bodies, along with over 200 organs and other body specimens. By comparing healthy human organs to those ravaged by poor diet or smoking, you may come away rethinking your indulgences, but if nothing else, you will have learned critical information about your own body.

Casino

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MGM Resorts MGM rewards card gives you points for every dollar spent, and those rack up. From a spa day, to the slots game you played last night to the dinner from the last time you were in Sin City, the MGM Rewards program is essential to any traveler. Read about the Luxor casino to check out more information about the MGM Rewards program.

Shopping

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For some apparel or kitschy memorabilia, Luxor has you covered.

24/7

For last minute needs, 24/7 is available for the little things: merchandise, snacks, magazines, cigars and sundries.

Lux Vegas

Souvenirs, apparel, and Luxor-themed merchandise dominate this store.

Lx Logo Store

Merchandise you will find here includes Luxor themed souvenirs, t-shirts, hats, sweats and items from FANTASY.

Town Square

A two-mile car ride to Town Square at the very beginning of the Las Vegas Strip will satisfy an array of shopping needs

The Future

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As the Las Vegas Strip adjusts to a new normal, the Luxor Las Vegas can take pride in not being left behind or falling behind the curve. Thanks to Blue Man Group’s continued success, as well as Carrot Top, America’s Got Talent and FANTASY entertaining guests with plenty of bawdy laughs and alluring talent, Luxor is poised to return to south Strip prominence in 2022 after a decidedly complicated two years for virtually every Vegas resort On The Strip.

Winners from the latest America’s Got Talent have joined the Vegas roster, among them Lea Kyle, Jimmie Herrod and winner Justin Tavella.

Sports betting continues to be a big draw for Las Vegas, so expect Luxor to benefit greatly from the nearby Allegiant and T-Mobile arenas, both home to sports events and iconic performances alike.

 

Luxor Las Vegas Reviews

4.1

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Rated 4.1/5 based on reviews from all travelers.

Good budget hotel. Close to Las Vegas Strip. Great location.

Location
3.6 / 5
4545 reviews
Great location. Reasonably central, close to sightseeing and shopping. Great location. Reasonably central, close to sightseeing and shopping. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Restaurants & bars in the area are ok. Near to public transport and the airport.
Service
3.3 / 5
5791 reviews
Service efficiency and reception are OK, but management are lacking. Bar service and housekeeping generally good and friendly. Service efficiency and reception are OK, but management are lacking. Bar service and housekeeping generally good and friendly. Recreation staff is nice. Hotel security is ok. Room service could have been improved. Booking process is sufficient. Valet service could be better. Concierge service could be more helpful. Shuttle service can be an issue. Pool/beach service is ok. Tour guide could be nicer.
Comfort
3 / 5
3395 reviews
Beds are decent and generally comfortable. Big rooms and bathrooms, but noisy with insufficient A/C. Beds are decent and generally comfortable. Big rooms and bathrooms, but noisy with insufficient A/C.
Room
2.5 / 5
10695 reviews
Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Complaints about cleanliness, maintenance, and TVs. Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Complaints about cleanliness, maintenance, and TVs. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning. Outdated rooms with poor kitchenettes, minibars and A/C. Shower can be a problem. Subpar furniture and balconies.
Amenities
2.4 / 5
4581 reviews
Meeting & event facilities should be improved. Hotel grounds not rated highly, with outdated facilities. Meeting & event facilities should be improved. Hotel grounds not rated highly, with outdated facilities. Elevator in need of updating. Beautiful architecture. Poorly reviewed entrance area and poor handicap accessibility. Smoking area is not nice.
Breakfast
2.3 / 5
260 reviews
Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast. Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast.
Cleanliness
2.2 / 5
4614 reviews
Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Dirty in the dining and pool areas. Wellness & sports facilities could use better cleaning.
WiFi
1.7 / 5
214 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.

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  • Minibar can be a problem
  • Bathroom could be optimized
  • Hotel could use some updating
  • Spacious rooms

Rated 3.7/5 based on reviews from families.

Location
3.3 / 5
713 reviews
Location is ok. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Location is ok. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Near enough to the city centre, with great sightseeing, shopping, and dining. Reasonably accessible by car. Good access to airport.
Service
3.2 / 5
935 reviews
Staff is professional enough, with okay reception, housekeeping, and waitstaff. Friendly service, but poorly rated management. Staff is professional enough, with okay reception, housekeeping, and waitstaff. Friendly service, but poorly rated management. Room service could have been improved. Recreation staff is nice. Hotel security is ok. Booking process is sufficient. Valet service could be better. Concierge service could be more helpful.
Comfort
2.7 / 5
576 reviews
Beds and comfort levels are average, but rooms are noisy with A/C problems. Beds and comfort levels are average, but rooms are noisy with A/C problems.
Pool
2.6 / 5
215 reviews
Acceptable pools with some cleanliness complaints. Acceptable pools with some cleanliness complaints.
Vibe
2.6 / 5
452 reviews
OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Luxurious Hotel.
Food
2.3 / 5
204 reviews
Dining is not great with untidy dining area and poor menu. Food a bit pricey, but alright snacks. Dining is not great with untidy dining area and poor menu. Food a bit pricey, but alright snacks.
Room
2.2 / 5
1854 reviews
Inadequate minibars in older, poorly-maintained rooms. Badly rated cleanliness in rooms and bathrooms, and poor furniture. Inadequate minibars in older, poorly-maintained rooms. Badly rated cleanliness in rooms and bathrooms, and poor furniture. Lovely views and decent beds. Substandard bathrooms, televisions, and air conditioning. Shower can be a problem.
Amenities
2 / 5
714 reviews
Facilities in need of refurbishment. Elevator in need of updating. Facilities in need of refurbishment. Elevator in need of updating. Poorly reviewed entrance area and poor handicap accessibility. Beautiful architecture. Outdoor sports facilities are ok.
Value
1.9 / 5
407 reviews
Value for money could be better. Pricey breakfast and dining. Value for money could be better. Pricey breakfast and dining.
Cleanliness
1.9 / 5
860 reviews
Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Dirty in the dining and pool areas.
Breakfast
1.9 / 5
49 reviews
Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast. Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast.
WiFi
0.9 / 5
43 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.

Good to know

  • Concierge service could be more helpful
  • Management should be more attentive
  • Dining area could have been cleaner
  • Room service could have been improved

Rated 3.7/5 based on reviews from couples.

Comfort
3.7 / 5
580 reviews
Rooms and bathrooms are spacious and comfortable, with nice beds. Deficient A/C and too noisy rooms. Rooms and bathrooms are spacious and comfortable, with nice beds. Deficient A/C and too noisy rooms.
Location
3.4 / 5
586 reviews
Location is ok. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Location is ok. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Reasonably central, close to sightseeing and shopping. Restaurants & bars in the area are ok. Near to public transport and the airport. Reasonably accessible by car.
Service
3.1 / 5
523 reviews
Friendly, acceptably professional service. Guests complain about reception staff and management. Friendly, acceptably professional service. Guests complain about reception staff and management. Average bar service and housekeeping. Valet service could be better. Room service could have been improved. Booking process is sufficient. Recreation staff is nice. Hotel security is ok.
Room
2.8 / 5
1260 reviews
Decent, spacious rooms with comfy beds and excellent views. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Decent, spacious rooms with comfy beds and excellent views. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning. Rooms lacking maintenance, with poor quality kitchenettes, furniture and TV's. Shower can be a problem.
Pool
2.8 / 5
141 reviews
Acceptable pools with some cleanliness complaints. Acceptable pools with some cleanliness complaints.
Vibe
2.7 / 5
297 reviews
OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. Stylish hotel. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Luxurious Hotel.
Value
2.5 / 5
320 reviews
Fairly good value for money. Pricey breakfast and dining. Fairly good value for money. Pricey breakfast and dining.
Food
2.5 / 5
146 reviews
Dining disappointed some guests in quality and price. Snacks are ok. Dining disappointed some guests in quality and price. Snacks are ok.
Amenities
2.3 / 5
410 reviews
Older facilities and unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Older facilities and unpleasant entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Beautiful architecture.
Breakfast
2.3 / 5
50 reviews
Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast. Some complaints about quality and price of breakfast.
Cleanliness
2 / 5
519 reviews
Problems with cleanliness in rooms, bathrooms, and pool area. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Problems with cleanliness in rooms, bathrooms, and pool area. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.
WiFi
1.3 / 5
15 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.

Good to know

  • Bad side dishes
  • Shuttle service can be an issue
  • High priced breakfast
  • Valet service could be better

Rated 3.5/5 based on reviews from solo travelers.

Good access to airport.Good fitness area.

Location
3.7 / 5
112 reviews
Great location near the airport. Great sightseeing, restaurants and shopping nearby. Great location near the airport. Great sightseeing, restaurants and shopping nearby. Pricey, inconvenient parking.
Service
3.1 / 5
123 reviews
Service is acceptably professional but very friendly, with decent reception and housekeeping. Service is acceptably professional but very friendly, with decent reception and housekeeping.
Comfort
3 / 5
91 reviews
Beds are decent and generally comfortable. Big rooms and bathrooms, but noisy with insufficient A/C. Beds are decent and generally comfortable. Big rooms and bathrooms, but noisy with insufficient A/C.
Room
2.8 / 5
243 reviews
Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning. Rooms lacking maintenance, with poor quality kitchenettes, furniture and TV's. Shower can be a problem.
Vibe
2.7 / 5
47 reviews
OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating.
Cleanliness
2.6 / 5
109 reviews
Rooms and bathrooms inadequately cleaned. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Rooms and bathrooms inadequately cleaned. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.
Breakfast
2.3 / 5
11 reviews
Breakfast can be improved. Breakfast can be improved.
Amenities
2.2 / 5
78 reviews
Hotel buildings could use some improvement. Elevator in need of updating. Hotel buildings could use some improvement. Elevator in need of updating. Beautiful architecture.
WiFi
1.1 / 5
6 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.

Good to know

  • Good access to airport
  • Good fitness area
  • Recreation staff is nice
  • Great shopping

Rated 3.3/5 based on reviews from business travelers.

Location
3.5 / 5
66 reviews
Location is ok. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Location is ok. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Wonderful sightseeing.
Service
3 / 5
75 reviews
Service is acceptably professional but very friendly, with decent reception and housekeeping. Hotel security can be an issue. Service is acceptably professional but very friendly, with decent reception and housekeeping. Hotel security can be an issue.
Value
2.6 / 5
44 reviews
Fairly good value for money. Fairly good value for money.
Vibe
2.4 / 5
41 reviews
Vibe is not too good. Hotel could use some updating. Vibe is not too good. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive.
Room
2.3 / 5
170 reviews
Poorly maintained rooms, with substandard TV's, minibars, and kitchenettes. Large but poorly cleaned rooms and bathrooms. Poorly maintained rooms, with substandard TV's, minibars, and kitchenettes. Large but poorly cleaned rooms and bathrooms. Old rooms, poor furniture and A/C, and decent beds. Shower can be a problem.
Amenities
2.1 / 5
63 reviews
Poorly reviewed buildings and an uninspiring entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Poorly reviewed buildings and an uninspiring entrance area. Elevator in need of updating. Beautiful architecture.
Cleanliness
1.6 / 5
83 reviews
Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.
WiFi
1 / 5
8 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.

Good to know

  • Meeting & event facilities should be improved
  • Parking should be cheaper
  • Wifi quality could be improved
  • Complaints about WiFi

FAQs about Luxor Las Vegas Hotel

Where is Luxor Las Vegas?

Luxor Las Vegas is found at 3900 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119 - browse our map of the Las Vegas Strip.

Can you smoke at Luxor Las Vegas?

Luxor does not have any smoking hotel rooms, but smoking is permitted inside the casino and in certain areas of the hotel.

How far is Luxor Las Vegas from the airport?

Luxor Las Vegas is located south on the Strip, approximately 2.5 miles from Harry Reid International Airport.

Does Luxor Las Vegas have free parking?

Luxor Hotel and Casino does not have free parking. However, there are plenty of free parking lots on the Las Vegas Strip close to Luxor.

Can you stay in the Luxor pyramid on the Strip in Las Vegas?

The Luxor Hotel pyramid has rooms and suites with slanted windows, giving guests a view of the Strip from a unique angle.

What restaurants does Luxor Las Vegas have?

Luxor has several restaurants, ranging from casual dining options such as Backstage Deli to more upscale Las Vegas steakhouses like TENDER steakhouse + lounge.