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The Luxor is one of the most recognizable hotels on the Strip: Just look for the giant black pyramid with the space-searing light shooting out of the top.
Luxor has never fulfilled its potential as a top-notch property, but its aggressive restaurant and nightlife redo... has put it back on the radar screens of higher-end visitors.
Its 30-story pyramid and giant sphinx have been Vegas landmarks since 1993.
Welcome to the land of the Egyptians—Vegas style. This modern-world wonder is topped with a xenon light beam that burns brighter than any other in the world. Full review →
Kitsch worshipers were dealt a blow when the people behind this hotel came to the inexplicable decision to eliminate most of the Egypt theme from the inside of it. Full review →
This property can stack nine Boeing 747s in its 350-foot-tall pyramid's 29-million-square-foot atrium, which is encased in some eleven acres of glass. Full review →
As the Luxor slowly sheds its kitschy Egyptian theme, guest rooms feature vaguely art-deco furnishings, plus marble bathrooms. Full review →Avoid lower-floor rooms in the pyramid, which vibrate all night long thanks to booming LAX nightclub downstairs.
A colossal, ancient Egypt-themed, pyramid-shaped hotel-casino with decent service, a great Strip location, and features on par with several midpriced neighbors on the Las Vegas Strip. Full review →
Spending a night or two in this vast smoked-glass pyramid... still counts among the great Las Vegas experiences.
This is a safe choice for its prime location, nightlife, and the interesting pyramid rooms. Full review →
One of the best bargains on the Strip, even though it’s slightly farther away from the action. Cleo rooms are comfortable enough for the price. Full review →
Second only to New York New York in terms of the absurdity of its exterior, the Luxor impresses on scale long before you've set foot inside it. Full review →
Featuring a 30-story black glass exterior topped with the world’s brightest light beam, the Luxor is one of the most recognizable buildings on the Strip. Full review →
A few Egyptian quirks remain -- “riding the inclinators (elevators) is a treat” -- at this "classic", “good-value” south Strip landmark that's "nothing like you've ever seen before inside and out".
3.5 Star Hotel luxor.com