Luxor Hotel & Casino
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Hotel Facilities & Services
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Name: McCarran International Airport
- Distance: 3.9 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Mccarran International Airport Distance: 3.9 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 29509 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 05/2017, southpaw549 wrote this review.
I stayed here for 4 days, 3 nights. The lobby was amazing of course, it's Vegas. But after check-in, it's like a MAZE! My room was in the main pyramid. The elevators were unexpected, they move sideways as they move up. The room was fairly basic … See more
I stayed here for 4 days, 3 nights. The lobby was amazing of course, it's Vegas. But after check-in, it's like a MAZE! My room was in the main pyramid. The elevators were unexpected, they move sideways as they move up. The room was fairly basic to worn. There were grooves in the handles of the armoire, chips on the headboards and the windows were in need of a wash! But the view was pretty cool! Don't ask for a late check out because that will cost you. Also, don't ask for a printout of your receipt because they won't bring you one. I was told to just go to the checkout line, it'll be short. But when I did, the check out line was mixed in the with the check in line and it was ridiculously long. Don't ask for bell service unless you call no later than 10:40 because that's how long the wait was for help with my bags. My friend ended up getting sick and Security was attentive and thorough. The A/C unit smelled like mold when you sat next to it. Maid service knocked on the door before it was even check out time. Location is great and was a fine experience overall. I would stay here again if I had the same budget. Collapse
Fun trip, comfortable room
Stay Date: 05/2017, Jennifer P wrote this review.
We stayed a week at this hotel in May. It was a great base point and had easy access to both hotels on either side.The rooms were clean and the beds comfortable. Mobile check in was quick and easy. The concierge was helpful when we needed them and th… See more
We stayed a week at this hotel in May. It was a great base point and had easy access to both hotels on either side.The rooms were clean and the beds comfortable. Mobile check in was quick and easy. The concierge was helpful when we needed them and the bell boys were helpful when we needed them. There is nothing negative or outstanding to report on service as we didn't require anything out of the ordinary. But as they handled our regular requests great, I'm sure they would shine if they had to step up and go above and beyond. We found there were lots of places to eat of varying price points and no complaints about any of them. My only complaint would be the pool. We had planned to relax a couple days at the pool but my mother has to stay of direct sunlight because of past skin cancer. There was zero shady areas available unless you were willing to pay hundreds of dollars to rent an umbrella or cabana. We were not willing to pay for shade and therefore did not get our relaxing days at the pool. I normally stay off the strip in a time share but if I were to stay on the strip again I will definitely consider this hotel again. Collapse
(3.5 stars) A mixed experience despite the excellent value.
Stay Date: 05/2017, kevin8098 wrote this review.
They say you get what you pay for, and I think that's extremely true with the Luxor. Not much to say that probably hasn't been said a million times over, but here are some quick thoughts on the Luxor, which may help you when you're deciding how to pl… See more
They say you get what you pay for, and I think that's extremely true with the Luxor. Not much to say that probably hasn't been said a million times over, but here are some quick thoughts on the Luxor, which may help you when you're deciding how to plan your next trip to Sin City: Pros: - Very inexpensive, but still be aware of the ridiculous resort fees ($30+ each night!) - Their "updated" rooms in the pyramid are nicer and don't have the stale smoke smell from previous guests (but still not great rooms, see below) - The tower rooms are much better, but then you're more of a hike into the casino - Guest floors (I *think* all of them) are smoke free, but that doesn't mean you don't have the occasional jerk deciding he's above the policy - Dealers were mostly friendly, though some didn't understand basic blackjack strategy, which is mind blowing - The decor *in* the casino is still nice and you can tell they've taken care in trying to spruce up the place. The bars and restaurants look very nice. - If you do the mobile check-in option, those lines are shorter than the usual check-in lines that Vegas is notorious for - Their fitness center has very nice equipment and only a couple were out of order. They supply towels, cleaning rags, and water. Plenty of workout options, too - Good flow and water pressure from the shower head - Room was cleaned nicely each day (but please don't forget to tip the housekeeping staff!) - Guest services were extremely helpful - The safe in my room seemed much larger than most I've encountered in hotels. Perfect for storing all your winnings! Cons: - My room was INSANELY hot. And yes, the thermostat and a/c were working and on the lowest setting. I'm not kidding, it felt 20 degrees warmer than even in the hall - My biggest complaint are the freaking towels. Seriously, these things are paper thin and they are SMALL! I have never seen hotel towels this small and I'm pretty sure even a Holiday Inn would have better towels - Elevators are in serious need of updating. I was on the 29th floor of the pyramid and, I'm not kidding, it literally took more than 60 seconds to reach the ground floor, and that's without stopping at any other floors. Between waiting for an elevator and riding down, I often spent 3-4 minutes, even at 6 AM, to get up or down the elevator (obviously, this isn't a concern if you're on the 3rd floor, for example) - Blackjack rules for tables under $25 are crap, but all MGM casinos, and most others on the strip, have adopted this - The slots and other machines look very outdated and worn and walking the casino floor just gives me a dirty feeling (as opposed to say, Mandalay Bay even) - Despite the nice fitness center, it is small in my opinion for such a big hotel, so if you plan on getting a workout in, the best time I found was before 5 AM or between 10-4 and after 8 PM To each their own: - Location at the south end of the strip means you're doing a lot of walking or cabbing if you want to go anywhere mid-strip or North. However, it does provide easy access to Mandalay Bay or Excalibur without going outside - I didn't use the pool, but it looked really nice from my room :) - My floor was quiet, but I don't think there were many people staying on my floor. I certainly was able to hear plenty of pounding every once in awhile around me, but no major complaints. Outside traffic noise was non-existent (but I was on the 29th floor) - The unique theme of the hotel means a lot of kids. If you're going to Vegas to escape children, don't stay here I am not going to comment on any other pricing (except for the rooms above). People, Vegas is expensive, especially on the strip. So, expect $8 beers, $15 sun screen, $15 burgers, etc. If you're looking for value from food, beverages, or basic toiletries, head downtown or off-strip. Overall, if you're just looking for a cheap place to stay and don't care much about the cons, it's really not a bad place to crash. You just have to go with an open mind. You are not getting the Bellagio, Venetian, or the Wynn. Collapse
One night stay at Luxor Las Vegas
Stay Date: 05/2017, Anita C wrote this review.
We were on the 26th floor with a great view except it was not of the Strip, which was unfortunate because the lights at night are fantastic. Parking was $10 a day, which was an unpleasant surprise. Downtown parking is free with hotel stay. Very cl… See more
We were on the 26th floor with a great view except it was not of the Strip, which was unfortunate because the lights at night are fantastic. Parking was $10 a day, which was an unpleasant surprise. Downtown parking is free with hotel stay. Very clean and spacious rooms with several restaurant selections for meals. Collapse
Love this Hotel
Stay Date: 06/2016, Anthony D wrote this review.
This was the second visit to Luxor. Love the design and is a very reasonable price to stay here. A little down one end of the strip, but if you don't mind the walk, then its a good base. One of the iconic theme hotels on the strip. PS - Watch your he… See more
This was the second visit to Luxor. Love the design and is a very reasonable price to stay here. A little down one end of the strip, but if you don't mind the walk, then its a good base. One of the iconic theme hotels on the strip. PS - Watch your head on the slanted windows ;-) Collapse
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