Luxor Hotel Information
Rooms: 4,400 including 442 suites.
Floors: 30 stories.
Casino: 120,000 square feet of gaming.
Casino games include Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Baccarat, Pai Gow Poker, Poker, Slots, Video Poker, Megabucks as well as 2,000 slot, video poker and video keno machines.
Poker room: Nine-table room; daily tournament buy-ins start at $40.
Race & sports book: 110-seat facility with 128 individual monitors and 5 big-screen televisions.
Dining: Eight restaurants plus seven quick bite options in the food court.
Shows: Chris Angel MINDFREAK Live!, comedy act Carrot Top and the adult show Fantasy.
Clubs: Temptation Sundays at Luxor's north pool.
Other nightlife: 5+ bars including Aurora and Flight on casino level.
Shopping: The Luxor Galleria shopping promenade features 41 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 12 private cabanas.
Spa: Nurture Spa and Salon offers multiple types of massages and services.
Health club: Yes; located within Nurture Spa.
Wedding chapel: Two wedding chapels with exquisite French country décor; Smaller chapel seats up to 60 guests and the larger seats up to 100.
Convention rooms: 20,000 square feet of flexible meeting and convention space featuring a multi-use ballroom able to accommodate up to 1,000 guests.
Business center: Yes.
Internet: In-room (non-wireless) access.
Room service: Yes.
Pets: Not allowed.
Wheelchair accessible rooms: Yes.
Monorail service: There is a free monorail that connects Mandalay Bay to Excalibur. From there, guests can cross over to the MGM Grand and take the monorail from there to the rest of the strip.
Parking: Two-story parking deck off Luxor Drive; Valet at entrance off Reno Avenue.
Incidental Deposit: $50 per night.
Hotel amenities: Beauty salon, currency exchange, laundry and luggage services, maid service, safety deposit boxes, wake-up calls, valet parking, a walkway to Mandalay Bay (located adjacent to the Luxor Theater) and a walkway to the Excalibur (located in the west tower).
About Luxor: 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.