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Luxor Hotel and Casino
120,000 square foot casino and sports book. 4,407 rooms and suites in either the 350 foot tall pyramid or adjoining towers, seven restaurants, five pools, full spa - the only 24 hour spa in Vegas, shopping area, IMAX theatre, "Tomb and Museum of King Tut" exhibit, "In Search of the Obelisk" motion adventure ride, virtual reality games.

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Would you visit this hotel again?
yes 84%  16% no

Is this hotel family friendly?
yes 91%  9% no
Based on 70 total ratings.

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The Luxor was a great hotel to stay in. I stayed there in Dec 2004. The hotel was kind of tricky to find your way around but eventually I figured it out. The check-in was long but I had expected that. The casino was nice and the pay-offs were ok. The rooms were ok too, but we had went with some other family members and they had a problem with their room leaking water because it had started raining a lot. In our room we had not problem at all. Overall, the whole experience was pretty good.
Kim
Canton, TX, USA - Monday, September 04, 2006 at 18:48:29 (CDT)
  
i think the luxor was a brill hotel it was realy nice friendly and clean theres great facilities!!!loved it

Lance
Lance <lancebirchi@hotmail .com>
england - Wednesday, April 26, 2006 at 10:47:05 (PDT)
  My wife and I stayed at the Luxor over the holiday break. being so close to the airport was a big plus. However I think that the cab driver scamed me by taking a longer route. This is common in orher cities too. We waited for almost two hours to check in before the "one" club desk cleark got bored and starting checking people in. My wife was offended that they demanded a e-mail address before they did the check-in. The place was very confusing looking for the right incerator. The clerk could have easliy sent us around the front desk to the closet incerator, but instead she sent us through the casino with our luggage to the other courner. I relize that they want you to spend your money but I personalyy spead a lot more when I can get confortable after coming off the flight.The room was nice and clean but could have used more ventalation. When we went gaming the first night we had a few drinks under our belt and was approched by some one that appeared to be an information clerk offering free tickets. The old saying that nothing is for free ever, is very true here. They conned us into taking a 2-3 hour "tour". It turned out to be a very hard core sells pitch for time share. They bus you out oF town so you can't leave and promise food, tickets and etc. DO NOT DO THIS! You will kick yourself. we had to demand our freebies after refusing to sign anythimg. They appear to be employees of Luxor but they are actually employees of "Grandview Vacations". The tram and monorail are not convinent. Take the city bus instead. Parts of the casino were very musty and the airport was very mildrewed smelling.Not to sound too picky about every thing, we did have a great time in Vegas and we will be back. Downtown is scary, and not safe.
Doug Pittman <chefpittman@mn.rr.com>
Minneapois, MN, USA - Saturday, December 31, 2005 at 19:34:47 (PST)
  My wife and I stayed at the Luxor over the holiday break. being so close to the airport was a big plus. However I think that the cab driver scamed me by taking a longer route. This is common in orher cities too. We waited for almost two hours to check in before the "one" club desk cleark got bored and starting checking people in. My wife was offended that they demanded a e-mail address before they did the check-in. The place was very confusing looking for the right incerator. The clerk could have easliy sent us around the front desk to the closet incerator, but instead she sent us through the casino with our luggage to the other courner. I relize that they want you to spend your money but I personalyy spead a lot more when I can get confortable after coming off the flight.The room was nice and clean but could have used more ventalation. When we went gaming the first night we had a few drinks under our belt and was approched by some one that appeared to be an information clerk offering free tickets. The old saying that nothing is for free ever, is very true here. They conned us into taking a 2-3 hour "tour". It turned out to be a very hard core sells pitch for time share. They bus you out oF town so you can't leave and promise food, tickets and etc. DO NOT DO THIS! You will kick yourself. we had to demand our freebies after refusing to sign anythimg. They appear to be employees of Luxor but they are actually employees of "Grandview Vacations". The tram and monorail are not convinent. Take the city bus instead. Parts of the casino were very musty and the airport was very mildrewed smelling.Not to sound too picky about every thing, we did have a great time in Vegas and we will be back. Downtown is scary, and not safe.
Doug Pittman <chefpittman@mn.rr.com>
Minneapois, MN, USA - Saturday, December 31, 2005 at 19:33:26 (PST)
   like staying at this hotel i stayed at this casino 4 times in 2004 and brouhgt more friends each time we came ended up being 10 people all together the casino didnt even as much as offer us a free room or dinner for us and we only gambled in there casino me wife and friends planning another trip to vegas might another casino sincerly the mathews family
brent mathews <automathews@aol.com>
valparaiso, in, USA - Friday, January 28, 2005 at 20:11:24 (PST)
  i stayed at the luxor for 8 days in april. the lay out of the hotel was a little tricky i could never figure out where i was or the fastest way to get anywhere. my room was beautiful, facing the excaliber and had a great view of the strip, the bathroom set up was perfect with the seperate bathtub and shower. i spent most of my time at the pool (which was wonderful) or in the club, RA (this club had the most annoying DJ- he needed to just shut-up). overall this was a great place to stay for the just over 21 crowd. i had a lot of fun
Amy <dicedealer1326@adelphia.net>
N.tonawanda, NY, USA - Sunday, July 04, 2004 at 19:49:26 (PDT)
  I just got back from another stay at the Luxor and this was probably my best experience there yet. My mom and I stayed for 4 nights: 6-13-04 to 6-17-04. Check in line was long once again, stood there for an hour and a half. Everyone there is very friendly though. The valet people were very nice and the people at the bell desk were helpful. Housekeeping did a fantastic job. There were no cocktail glasses sitting in the hall for a whole week like at the Mirage. The room was neat and clean and the tower rooms have nice marble bathrooms and floor to ceiling windows. Only complaint about the rooms is that the beds are a little stiff. The pool was much nicer than I expected. Very clean and not too crowded. We easily found chairs available. Ate at the Pyramid Cafe one night, wasn't that great. The buffet was good, but we ate there for dinner two consecutive nights and the menu wasn't any different, so my only suggestion would be for them to offer more variety on the buffet and change up the menu. And my main suggestion for the casino would be to get some newer machines throughout. It can become frustrating because when you cash out on the newer machines, they print out a ticket, which is okay so you don't have to carry around a bucket of quarters. But its frustrating when you see another machine that you want to play and its an older one that doesn't accept the tickets. For example, the Rio had the newer machines throughout and the little display even told you the dollar amount that your coins added up to. Overall, the Luxor is a great place to stay. I really enjoyed it. Our room was in a great location near the ice machine and the elevators and it was nice and quiet. I think I got more rest there than I get at home!

~Tex
I love Vegas
Amarillo, TX, USA - Friday, June 18, 2004 at 23:25:47 (PDT)
  THIS WAS THE BEST PLACE I'VE STAYED IN VEGAS. IN 93 THREE GENERATIONS WENT TOGETHER AND HAD THE TIME OF OUR LIVES. MY MOTHER-IN-LAW WAS A LONG TIME VISITER OF VEGAS AND SHE REALLY LOVED THE PLACE. MY DAUGHTER GOT HER TOUR WITH A REAL PRO AND WE HAD SO MUCH FUN.THE TOKENS ARE A COLLECTORS ITEM IN MY BOOK.JUST WALKING THROUGH THE CASINO WAS A TOUR IN ANOTHER PLACE AND TIME. IF YOU LIKE THE DIFFERENT THIS IS THE PLACE. I WILL BE BACK
NANCY MITCHELL <MMITCHELL876@COMCAST.NET>
ECORSE, MI, USA - Wednesday, March 31, 2004 at 05:43:04 (PST)
  My family stay at this hotel on 3/20/04-3/22/04 for a wedding. We first got to vegas and was booked at a very scary crappy hotel on Fremont street. I don't know the area too well. So we immediately started looking for a new place to stay. The Luxor was very friendly and helpful and even offered us a military discount! That was great it saved us an extra $80.00. The hotel was beautiful, fun and adventurous. My whole family had a great time and we would definatly stay there again. My 4 year son even had fun. They have a whole floor that is just for fun with a great arcade. I would definalty remmomend this hotel to anyone. It is a little pricey, but that is what happends when it is last min and on the weekend! But if we ever go back to vegas we will definatly stay there again.
Kelly Pierson <dnkbug@yahoo.com>
Point Mugu, Ca, USA - Wednesday, March 24, 2004 at 12:45:27 (PST)
  My Partner and I are going to The Luxor for 9 nights on 29th December 2004 to celebrate New Year can someone who has been advise us of what kind of room to ask for as we had a horrible experience in January at The Imperial Palace(Read My Report). In the Light of this Our Travel Company have asked us to give them a list of requests please advise what is good and what is not
Thank-You in Advance
Patrice Keown Johnston <pkeownuk@yahoo.co.uk>
Darlington , England UK - Saturday, January 31, 2004 at 13:41:03 (PST)
  no Vegas room I've ever stayed in has a coffee maker in the room. They want you to go outside and pay five bucks for starbucks or 5 bucks for a small coca cola. as for me personally when i go to vegas, there is an albertsons supermarket east on tropicana street and i drive over there and stock up on cokes and snacks for much cheaper. as far as the luxor itself goes, i think its a great place. the buffet is good, although i prefer the champaigne brunch at the mirage. i'm planning to stay at the MGM this summer because the service over there is better i have to admit, but i always spend a lot of time playing at the luxor. it seems to be the only place where i win anything. as far as the popular topic of kids in vegas, i've said it before and i'll say it again...i'm 23 now so it wasn't long ago since i was a kid and i remember my parents going to gambling towns and i felt extremely left out because the adults were playing with all the pretty flashing machines that made cool noises and if i touched them, some mean casino boss would come up and say something mean to me. i'm glad i waited until i was of age to go to vegas and although i'm not a parent, i would reccomend the same.
Vegas traveler
USA - Monday, January 19, 2004 at 00:21:22 (PST)
  OK, I'm back from vacation. Let me tell you about my experience at the Luxor. Maybe its me or maybe its Americawest who booked my hotel room. 1st of all the Luxor is one of the closest hotels from the airport, so you can take a cab ride around $10. To check in is kinda tricky, debends on where the cab/bus drops you off, but just remember, check in is right outside the casino entrance. As for hotel room, strange, but they asked if I want a king size bed or 2 queen size, I'd said king size, then he said we are out of king size, so guess what I got, haha. Then they gave me my door pass and my room #. The location of my room was not even in the pyrymid, it was in the other tower facing the back ; ( . I thought i would be staying in the pyrymid, but I guess I'm you get a good deal they will send you to the fartest place there. The room as ok. nothing spectacular. The bathroom was nice. It had a glass shower and a tub next to it. They changed all soap/shower and stuff everyday. what I dont get is why they dont have a mini bar/refrigerator, coffee machine and a safety deposit box in the room. All other hotels less ratings had them. The safety deposit box was downstairs which was very inconvient. Do I have to tip them everytime I step in and out of the safety deposit room ?!?! If the casino dont take your money your gonna have to tip them everytime you see anyone. Overall its nice, only nice, but the location is horrible. Its all the way in the end. Although this place is in the end the area seems nice. I'd travel to the other end where the startusphere and Sahara was and that area is a dump and dont recommend walking around that area late at night. I hope this report helps. Please email me with any other questions or please just email me so I know that someone is looking at these reviews. thanks and this helps 12/16/03 CC
Cary <Cary888@myself.com>
Rego Park, NY, USA - Tuesday, December 16, 2003 at 10:49:21 (PST)
  I'd been reading reviews of all the hotels listed and it seems that Las Vegas is not a good vacation spot. Maybe the people that stayed lost money or something, but not many enjoyed their stay. I will be going to stay at the luxor next week 12/08/03 and I will let you know my stay, win or lose, i will give an honest review.
Cary <Cary888@myself.com>
New York, NY, USA - Tuesday, December 02, 2003 at 10:02:01 (PST)
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