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 30603 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Casino visit only
Stay Date: 09/2017, MarekLontour wrote this review.
What a great casino, yes maybe it's not as flash as it's cousins but a very interesting building and obviously themed decor with all the games to help you part with your money, it's at the bottom of the strip but worth the effort .
What a great casino, yes maybe it's not as flash as it's cousins but a very interesting building and obviously themed decor with all the games to help you part with your money, it's at the bottom of the strip but worth the effort . Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2017, sboyles53 wrote this review.
Just back from a weeks stay at the Luxor Las Vegas. Firstly I have to agree with the majority of reviews on here, the hotel and casino are now looking very dated. There is a distinct smell when you enter the casino, this can also be found at Excalib… See more
Just back from a weeks stay at the Luxor Las Vegas. Firstly I have to agree with the majority of reviews on here, the hotel and casino are now looking very dated. There is a distinct smell when you enter the casino, this can also be found at Excalibur and New York New York. This isn't the same in other hotels like Cosmopolitan or Caesars. Some tips for your stay. Make sure you check in by mobile, this can save a lot of time standing in line as the reception staff don't care how quickly they work. If using the self parking your parking ticket can also be used at other MGM hotels in the strip, useful for shows etc. The hotel staff aren't that helpful, we had a safe that didn't work so I walked down to reception to report it and was offered no apology just that someone would attend to during the day. Upon returning to the hotel the safe still didn't work. The room we had on the 8th floor was behind the wedding chapel, no view to speak off only a noisy AC machine right outside the room door. The room was very dated, toilet that wouldn't flush, slow draining sinks and shower. Room furniture scratched and dented, curtains that looked like that hadn't been washed since the hotel was built, these were also very hard to close. The AC unit in the corner of the room was very noisy so we couldn't have this on over night. The only good point about the room was a comfy bed. I complained about all these issues to reception and again was offered no apology. I asked if we could upgrade to a Cleopatra room and was offered this at a 50% discount. These rooms are much better, newly remodelled and brighter. Would recommend you upgrade but also question them on the price as they do offer discounts. Try to avoid people offering you discounted show tickets, these operate from within the hotel as well. They will offer all sorts of discounts on shows on the strip and also cash incentives, free hotel stays. These are all for taking 3-4 hours out of your holiday to visit a high pressure timeshare company at the south end of the strip that no one ever visits. You are better buying tickets not from the hotel but from Vegas.com, these offer discounted tickets and if you look for an offer code, usually on taxis or advertising boards you can get a further 10% off. We saw Ka and wasn't disappointed. If I was to return to Vegas I would look and staying either at the Hard Rock Hotel, just off the strip or somewhere more central like Paris. The HR hotel do offers at check in by giving you cash to send on the resort in an attempt to keep you in the hotel, you can almost stay for free. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2017, niknak88 wrote this review.
Visited this hotel for a week with my mum. Had a wonderful time here, the hotel is in a great location, pretty much at one end of the strip. The rooms were big very clean, I know other people have commented on the fact that the hotel is a little date… See more
Visited this hotel for a week with my mum. Had a wonderful time here, the hotel is in a great location, pretty much at one end of the strip. The rooms were big very clean, I know other people have commented on the fact that the hotel is a little dated, but I think it just added to the character. All staff that I interacted with were lovely. Checking in and out was very easy. Pool was really nice, you can get 2 beds with an umbrella and a bucket of ice with bottles of water in it for $60 which I think was well worth it. Great hotel and I would definitely go back. Collapse
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Stay Date: 09/2017, Spokanetravelgirl wrote this review.
Stayed at the Luxor Sept. 16-19. We have stayed here several times in the past, but this might be our last time. Check in was easy as we were able to bypass the long line and use the MLife check in. The young lady who helped us was very nice and upgr… See more
Stayed at the Luxor Sept. 16-19. We have stayed here several times in the past, but this might be our last time. Check in was easy as we were able to bypass the long line and use the MLife check in. The young lady who helped us was very nice and upgraded us to a remodeled Cleo room, however, she did not tell us there was going to be an extra charge for this. I did not find this out until check out which was a bit upsetting. Had I known there was an extra fee I would have declined as the Cleo room is not worth the extra fee. The room was clean and they have updated the decor, but it's still just a normal pyramid room. The a/c did not work well and the furnishings were still dated. We did see Carrot Top this visit and I would highly recommend. The show was fantastic and it was nice that hotel guests do get a discount on tickets. The MLife desk was terrible. Every single day there was a huge line and only 2 people working. We tried to go several different times to redeem MyVegas rewards, but because the wait times were so long we were unable to wait and redeem our vouchers at all. The main pool was already drained and closed so only the small pool was open. It was 90 degrees and this was disappointing. Overall this visit lacked the normal expectations we have grown to enjoy at the Luxor. We visit yearly and almost always stay here, but we will be looking for a new hotel for future trips. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2017, michellea704 wrote this review.
I stayed here for 8 nights in September 2017 and was impressed by the foyer and entrance, surrounds etc but that’s where it ended, once you get to the elevators in the west tower where I stayed, they are filthy and stink of urine, the corridors are d… See more
I stayed here for 8 nights in September 2017 and was impressed by the foyer and entrance, surrounds etc but that’s where it ended, once you get to the elevators in the west tower where I stayed, they are filthy and stink of urine, the corridors are dirty leading to the rooms and my room was dingy and grotty, dust everywhere and broken tiles in the bathroom, on the floor and walls, dust and dirt on the cabinets in the bathroom, chipped walls and broken furniture, not what you expect when you pay a high price to stay, as soon as you check in they ask for a credit card and charge a resort fee and a security fee to your card, this is not a resort, pool area is always shut and there are not enough loungers or shade, you have to pay for the umbrellas, in fact it seems you have to pay for everything in this hotel, there’s not even any water in the rooms, no tea or cofffee either, plus as soon as you walk in your pounced on by people trying to sell you cheap tickets and timeshare, not what you want when you’ve just travelled a few hours, I stayed at the Aria previously and it was beautiful, clean and sparkling, the luxor really need to up there game . Collapse
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