Luxor Las Vegas
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Outside, and inside, this hotel is an architectural wonder. It's connected to the Excalibur hotel via underground and connected to 2 food courts with shops and other various service shops. Beautifully lit at night with a beam coming from the pyramid tip.We travelled in February, so the pool side was closed off for the most part (the hot tub was still available during the daytime hours).The room we got with our package was a 'Run of the House'. We got the double queen room. Simple and just enough for our evenings needs. My only complaints are that we heard the bathroom sink overflow 3 times during the night, with very heavy and loud rumbling, and we woke up to an overflow of black gunk :/ It seemed to have been resolved and cleaned up by the hotel maintenance crew while we were out and about on the strip, but definitely didn't leave a great first impression. The other complaint was that the safe box wasn't working.Our first step in the hotel was aggressively greeted by some Timeshare scalper named Rico who pressured us very quickly to dive into a timeshare scam in order to get cheaper show tickets and a free breakfast/lunch. Just having spent over 12 hours (2-stop) of travel, we wanted to quickly head to our rooms, unwind and carefully think about his proposition, but he basically told us to EFF off once we declined his offer, because he was being WAY too pushy and even force-accompanied me to an ATM machine ($6.99 retraction fee!!!!!) to give him money for his offer. Are you EFF-FING kidding me? Super impolite, super aggressive and poorly strategized. If you end up dealing with or encountering him, beware, and do not give him your information.The hotel air is a little nauseating. It's overwhelmed with a mix of cigar and perfume smell and caused my sinuses to act up for the most part of our stay, which wasn't very comfortable, but i noticed that this is something that goes on in all other hotels on the strip (MGM, NewYork NewYork, Mirage, etc).The casino part of the hotel is well setup. Friendly staff. Would stay again.
The Luxor casino hotel rooms are in need of an update particularly the rooms in the pyramid. Everything looked a little dated & worn eg. The top bed cover had a lot of threads that had pulled and didn't look good. The shower head in my King room only had one speed - full force pressure. It hurt and made my skin red if I had longer than a quick shower. The exhaust fan in the bathroom was also really loud. However - I gave a higher rating than I first planned because I think some of the things I didn't like about the Luxor would also be an issue for me in any other casino. For example: * My room was on the sixth floor and I could hear loud heavy bass from music downstairs on the weekend until the wee hours of the morning (didn't happen on weeknights)* The stale smoky smell in the casino. I think an air freshener is used but it doesn't really help
My wife and I visit Las Vegas regularly and have stayed at a variety of hotels. We are not big gamblers, we mainly feed slots and people watch. Our vacations to Vegas are to unwind and relax and take in the city. This weekend we went to see George Strait in concert at the T- mobile arena which is almost directly behind New York New York. Being that we have stayed at different hotels along the strip such as Mandaly Bay, Bellagio, Linq, I thought we should give the Luxor a try. The obvious choice should have been New New York or Monte Carlo since the concert was so close but I gave Luxor a shot . We have been in this casino many times and I thought it would be cool to stay there against most of my friends and families advice. We reserved a pyramid deluxe king room, which to me sounded great! Checking in was a breeze but the room was a disappointment. Although it was spacious it was lacking the wow factor. Upon arriving I went to the window and opened the curtain only to see the side of the parking garage and rooftop. There went the view! The 2nd night was the concert and oddly enough it rained. We got to our room around 3:30 am to sleep in the next day only to be woken up by a steady drip sound. I walked over towards the window and the entire floor was soaked, the drip got worse as the rain continued. I called the front desk , which was a challenge to say the least and told the clerk what was happening and he immediately said he would upgrade our room at no cost. I was starting to forget about the leaky windows and having to pack our things 2 days early only to unpack again until he asked me to come down to the desk to retrieve the room keys! I would have lost it if I wasn't so tired but I calmly explained that they need to send someone to my room with a luggage cart which they did. So the guy shows up and after walking through the casino half a sleep in pajamas and house shoes we get to the other side of the hotel to our "upgraded room". We get settled in and by this time my wife is wide awake so she leaves the room to get coffee, since neither of the 2 rooms had a coffee pot, and I decided to try and get a little more sleep. The paper thin walls and the very vocal couple having what could only be described as a 45 minute X-rated shouting, moaning and screaming session did not allow me to get any more sleep. Not even the TV could drown them out. Very disappointed with the upgraded and the overall room experience. The casino is a great place to visit but if we ever decide to stay here again we will definitely have to preview the room in person , make sure rain is not in the forecast, bring our own coffee and more than likely spend the extra money to get one of the top rooms they have to offer.
This hotel was very poor. We found the rooms dirty, tatty and with a strange smell! An alarm sounded continuously for two nights which resulted in poor sleep and it was disappointing there were no coffee making facilities / fridges in the room - we were surprised this wasn't pointed out by the tour operator (Virgin) especially as we traveled as a family. The pool area (unless you wanted to pay extra) was totally overcrowded, with the 'paid for' area totally empty! Probably would choose another hotel / tour operator for another stay!
The Luxor is a nice hotel, if you see a good deal, take it! I was assigned a Queen room in the East Wing and it is nice. The hotel is very clean. The room is also clean. The room comes equipped with satellite channels, toiletries, free wifi, separate shower and tub, two beds, and a safe. I arrived at 11:30 PM and the check in line was about 20 minutes. One piece of advice, buy any basics, such as bottled water, off the premises. Two bottled waters ran me $10.50!!! As long as you do not run a tab, check out is as easy as dropping key card into a slot and you are done! I recommend!
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- Items of a personal nature
- 4,407 elegant rooms located in a 30-storey pyramid hotel and two 22-storey towers
- 8 restaurants with a variety of cuisines and Food court
- Snack bar (seasonal)
- 24 hour room service (fee)
- Several bars
- Pool bar (seasonal)
- 4 outdoor pools - 1 open all year-round (1 heated)
- 24 hour Spa
- Beauty salon
- Health & fitness centre
- Valet laundry service (fee)
- 120,000 square ft. Casino
- 'Giza Galleria' shopping promenade
- 3D IMAX theatre
- The Tomb and Museum of King Tutankhamun
- 1,200 seat Luxor showroom featuring the visually stunning and hilarious live performance of 'Blue Man Group'
- 'RA' Nightclub
- Wedding chapel
- Golf nearby
- Complimentary monorail service between the Luxor, Excalibur, and Mandalay Bay hotels
- Parking and valet (fee)
Hotel Rooms include:
- 1 king or 2 queen beds
- Cable TV with pay-per-view movies
- Alarm clock
- Iron & ironing board
- Full bathroom (Pyramid tower - shower only)
- Max occupancy 4 persons
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Luxor Las VegasLas Vegas,United States
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
3900 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89119-1004
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