Insider’s Guide to Luxor Las Vegas
Luxor Las Vegas
It's impossible to miss the Luxor at the southern edge of the Las Vegas Strip. Its 30-story pyramid flanked by 22-foot soaring towers is nestled between the Mandalay Bay and Excalibur. Opened in 1993 and revamped in 2009, the Egyptian-themed hotel brings at taste of the ancient Egypt to the decidedly modern Las Vegas. The second largest hotel in Las Vegas features 4,400 guestrooms, a 120,000-square-foot gaming floor, and a five-acre hotel complex—all complete with luxury fit for a pharaoh.
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Walk through Luxor Las Vegas
Whether your budget is best suited to a standard hotel room or a deluxe suite, the Luxor Las Vegas has accommodations for you. The Luxor's pyramid tower and twin ziggurats house 4,400 guestrooms with 442 included. All rooms at the environmentally conscious property are equipped with high-speed Internet access, flat-screen TVs, and large showers. Upgraded rooms add to the amenities with granite countertops, wet bars, and plush seating areas. Modern-day pharaohs will enjoy staying in one of the suites, which offer expanded space for its separate living rooms, bedrooms, and more at this Las Vegas hotel.
With more than 120,000 square feet set aside for gaming, there's plenty of choices for spending time with Lady Luck. The gaming floor features contemporary styling and décor plus 2,000 slot machines with bets between $0.01 and $100. Table games offer plenty of choice too, including Roulette, Black Jack, Mini-Baccarat, and Craps. Poker players can pick their favorite game between Let It Ride, Pai Gow, Caribbean Stud, and Three-Card Stud. A sports and racing bet is available for those who want to bet on the big games.
A quick burger, hearty steak and everything in between is available at the Luxor. Gourmet fare is on the menus at a number of chic sit-down restaurants, including Tender Steak & Seafood, Rice & Company, and Tacos & Tequila. When you can't decide what sounds good, you can belly up to one the legendary Las Vegas buffets. Called More the Buffet, the casual eatery features a 30-foot-long salad bar with pizzas, a spread of desserts, and an omelet station. Breakfast is also served at the Pyramid Cafe, easy to reach from the gaming floor. There's also places to grab cocktails, late-night eats, and frozen yogurt. The food court is home to a number of familiar names where you can order a burger, hot dog, or other favorite foods.
After dark, Luxor guests have many choices for enjoying the nightlife. Laid-back types can gather with the friends and chat over cocktails at Flight or Aurora—whose décor looks much like the northern lights. Savile Row, named for the chic London street, offers a VIP experience that includes creative mixology. Evening Call opens late, catering to its guests with frozen cocktails and other fun treats. Centra, the lounge near the casino floor, serves its signature cocktails 24 hours a day. If you're looking for the exciting nightlife, head to the LAX nightclub, which features the best music beginning at 10 p.m. on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturdays.
Luxor Las Vegas Pool
Covering five acres, the pool complex provides an oasis in the desert. Its four pool areas mean there's plenty of room for a swim, partying with the DJs, or catching some rays. The Luxor has one of the largest pool decks in all of Las Vegas at 125,600 square feet of outdoor splendor. Attendants make sure guests are comfortable as they provide beverages and towels. Admission is free for hotel guests and available for a small fee for locals and those staying at other hotels. For those who want to upgrade their experience can book one of the cabanas with VIP service. In addition to the pool area, the Luxor is home to a spa, complete with a whirlpool, sauna, beauty services and a well-equipped fitness center.
Celebrities, comedy, fantasy, dance—it's all available without leaving the Luxor. Magician Criss Angel joins forces with Cirque du Soleil for Believe. The fantastical show features more than 40 mind-blowing illusions from the man named the Musician of the Century. Other Luxor shows include the amazing choreography of Jabbawockeez, the stand-up comedy of Carrot Top, and the showgirls of Fantasy. There's also the chance to laugh it up with Menopause the Musical and marvel at Bodies...the Exhibition. Sports fan won't want to miss the SCORE!, an interactive exhibit filled with prizes from the sports world, like the 1999 World Cup trophy, Marcus Allen's 1981 Heisman Trophy, and a deep collection of team jerseys. Another exhibition at the Luxor goes below deck of the Titanic with more than 250 artifacts taken from the ill-fated ship. Combination ticket packages provide great values for the shows and the exhibitions. Dinner and a show packages are available as well.
Luxor Las Vegas
3900 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Must-do Activities at Luxor Las Vegas
- Unwind at the Nurture Spa and Salon.
- Attend one of the noontime gaming lessons to learn more about Black Jack, Craps, or Roulette.
- Plan time on the weekend for the Mariachi brunch at Tacos & Tequila.
- Grab your clubs and head to the Shadow Creek Golf Course.
- Order a field-to-glass cocktail at Tender Steak & Seafood.