Luxor Hotel Information
Rooms: 4,400 including 442 suites.
Floors: 30 stories.
Casino: 120,000 square feet of gaming featuring 60+ casino table games and over 1,100 slot, video poker and multi-game machines.
Race & Sportsbook: 110-seat facility with 128 individual monitors and 5 big-screen televisions.
Poker room: Nine-table room; daily tournament buy-ins start at $40.
Dining: 10 restaurants and quickbite options including a buffet.
Attractions: Bodies...The Exhibition, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition and HyperX Esports Arena.
Shows: Blue Man Group, Carrot Top, America's Got Talent and Fantasy.
Clubs: Temptation Sundays at the pool.
Nightlife: Two bars, Aurora and Centra.
Shopping: The Luxor Galleria shopping promenade features 40+ shops and restaurants. It is located in Mandalay Place, an upscale boutique mall that connects the Luxor to Mandalay Bay.
Pool: Five-acre pool area with four pools, one whirlpool and cabanas.
Spa: Nurture Spa and Salon offers multiple types of massages and services.
Fitness center: Yes, located within Nurture Spa.
Wedding chapel: Two wedding chapels.
Convention center: 20,000 square feet of flexible meeting and convention space.
Internet: Yes, high-speed wireless internet access in all rooms.
Business services: Yes.
Accessible rooms: Yes.
Check in: 3 p.m.
Check out: 11 a.m.
Resort fees: $35 (plus tax) per night.
Incidental deposit: $50 per night.
Pets: Dogs are allowed for an extra charge of $100 per pet, per night.
Monorail: There is a free monorail that connects Mandalay Bay, Luxor and Excalibur. From the Excalibur, guests can cross over to the MGM Grand and take the monorail to the rest of the strip.
Parking: Self parking: 1st hour free, $12 for up to 4 hours, $15 for up to 24 hours; Valet parking: $18-$30 depending on duration and day of the week. (Electric car charging station on-site)
About: The Luxor pyramid with its sky beam of light provides a striking visual even on the overtly glamorous Las Vegas Strip. One of the most recognizable structures in Las Vegas, the 30-story architectural wonder was opened in 1993 with an Egyptian theme. A magnificent lobby greets guests, drawing eyes upward to one of the world’s largest atriums and then inward where the action awaits. With eclectic restaurants, top-notch entertainment, Egyptian-themed decor and reasonable room rates, Luxor is a unique travel destination.