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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.
Sandwiched between its siblings, Excalibur and Mandalay Bay (both accessible via complimentary elevated tram), at the south end of The Strip, a 20-minute walk from Bellagio's fountains, a... Full review →The newly renovated Pyramid rooms are the prizes here, but avoid those in the 1000 and 2000 series as these are open to meandering throngs looking for exits.
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".
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