Luxor Hotel & Casino Review

General Description

The Luxor Hotel and Casino is at the south end of the Strip, beside the Excalibur hotel and Casino. It is located in a great area with several large hotels such as New York New York, MGM Grand, and the Tropicana within easy walking distance and there is also a tram that you can ride between the hotels. The Luxor Hotel and Casino has a truly unique design. It is an all glass pyramid, jet black in colour with a strobe light at the top aimed at the stars. Airline pilots can see this hotel from miles around! the Luxor Hotel and Casino has also been featured in the reality show called the amazing race. One of the unique features of this hotel is the fact that you can see the pyramid shape of the hotel for miles around especially when you are flying into the Las Vegas airport. The sunlight glistening off the black glass of the power, or the strobe light at night ensures that everyone can see this beautiful casino.


This hotel and casino complex has been awarded a rating of 7.45 out of a maximum of 10.

Walk inside the Luxor Hotel and Casino and you will be amazed at the structure of this building. Open to the top with the rooms and walkways around the outside, many people just stop and gaze for awhile to take it all in. The elevators go up the side of the Luxor Hotel and Casino at an angle of 39 degrees. The Casino is on the bottom floor and there is a 2nd floor entertainment area for children and adults alike. There is an IMAX theatre, motion simulators and a recreation of King Tut's tomb and many other interesting rides and games at the Luxor Hotel and Casino.

There are 4400 rooms and the casino is fully equipped with slots, poker rooms and race betting with over 30 televisions and big screens. There are nine great restaurants, several entertainment groups including the famous Blue Man Group. There are 4 pools and 4 Jacuzzis in a five acre pool area at the Luxor Hotel and Casino

Major Points of Interest

If you are just passing through the Luxor hotel, you will want to take a moment to see the following areas of the Luxor Hotel and Casino.

  • Outside glass fašade of the casino and the hotel
  • Interior of the hotel
  • Inclined elevators at 39 degrees
  • Nice great restaurants
  • Motion Simulators, King Tut's tomb, and several rides
  • Four great pools open year round with Jacuzzis
  • Tram to the Excalibur and the Mandalay Bay Hotel

What We Liked

These are some of the items or areas that we liked about the Luxor Hotel and Casino.

  • Location is great, with close proximity to other casinos and hotels
  • Interior of the Hotel, Amazing!
  • Tram to the Excalibur and Mandalay Bay
  • Simulation Machines
  • King Tut's tomb
  • Great shows and reasonably priced
  • Nice pools

What We Don't Like

These are some of the items or areas that we did not like about the Luxor Hotel and Casino.

  • Lots of kids when we were there
  • Prefer more elegant style of some of the other hotels
  • Hotel seems a bit dark, due to the huge open space
  • Not central to the main Las Vegas Strip

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