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Reviewed December 5, 2012

This hotel maybe great value for a business traveler but I have never been more disappointed by a hotel in my life as I was with the Luxor :-(
Don't get me wrong, the architecture is fascinating but the amazing entrance and lobby create an expectation that the rest of the hotel fails to live up to.
Our mistake may have been staying in the pyramid rooms. Already disappointed by the inclinators (surely the creator(s) missed a trick there by enclosing them... If they had been see through they would have been awesome!), we were deposited on a rather lacklustre landing (approximately half a mile away from our room!). This might not have been so bad if the lighting had not been more subdued than the current financial climate... The overwhelming feeling of general depression began to settle all around us. Looking over the balcony onto the lower levels of the hotel should have been a breathtaking experience. Instead we found ourselves looking down on the rubbish strewn, dust bowl that constituted the roof of the food court... We chose not to eat at the hotel after that.... Our room itself was spacious in a depressingly drab and tawdry fashion :-(
Bearing in mind that this was my first experience of a hotel in America, you may begin to imagine the level of disappointment that saw fit to tarnish the lead up to our fabulous wedding (thankfully at a much more fabulous hotel!).
It might have been the jet lag but the holiday didn't really get started until we took a trip to the Stratosphere to lift our spirits as we were leaving Las Vegas.
If only as much care, attention and decorative exuberance had been expended on the accommodation as it was on the entrance and lobby then the Luxor might have had a fighting chance of getting anywhere near to living up to expectations...
Good luck to all who choose to stay here - I hope they have decorated since I stayed there.

Room tip: Choose another hotel!
Date of stay: October 2012
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Reviewed December 5, 2012

After a very long week, i was very happy to have booked a place at the luxor. The service from the friendly staff was phenomenal. Being my first visit to this establishment i was a uneasy but, they have changed my mind and I will undoubtedly be returning in the future.

Date of stay: March 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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Thank apnepats2421
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Reviewed December 5, 2012

My husband booked this trip as a surprise for our anniversary, and the Luxor was running a special on the rooms. The hotel is decent for the price. The rooms are clean and serve a purpose. The location to the hotel is not convenient. It is too far down the strip, so every time you want to do anything you either have to walk a long way or you have to cab it. I would recommend staying at somewhere more centrally located. The check-in experience was a little nerve-racking. But all-in-all, if you are looking for a place for a quick weekend with the girls or friends, this hotel works for that. The casino is small and a little old, but it's still fun. Just don't go with high expectations and you will agree that is a good value for the price. It is right next door to Mandalay Bay, and their breakfast buffet is great.

Room tip: I would recommend staying in the tower.
Date of stay: March 2012
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Thank Elizabeth K
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Reviewed December 5, 2012

In Vegas for business for 4 nights. Everything was just as I suspected it would be. Great price for a good clean room. Stayed in the main pyramid for the first time and it offers a really cool view of the gaming floor. But, no WiFi? Really?

Room tip: If you like a firm pillow, bring your own.
Date of stay: November 2012
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Thank eyeoftheskyger
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Reviewed December 4, 2012

Good quality for a good price.
Very nice hotel outside and inside.
I like the Fantasy show - very sexy cool,comedian and priceless!!!!!!!!
Very good personal and management.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Date of stay: November 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank Ruslan K
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