Rising 350 feet above Las Vegas, Luxor Hotel and Casino’s onyx-hued pyramid beckons with the world’s brightest beam of light shooting from its peak. A dazzling convergence of gaming, dining and entertainment awaits within.

Minimum check-in age:  21 years old 

Location:

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  • 7km from the McCarran Int'l Airport, located on the south end of the Strip

Pool Notice:

Please note: The Luxor pool will be closed until Spring 2014.  Luxor guests may use the Excalibur pool.

Facilities:

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  • 4408 rooms

Dining:

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  • 3 à la carte
  • 2 buffets
  • 3 cafes
  • 1 food court

Meal plan options:

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  • no meals

Nightlife:

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  • 6 bars
  • 2 nightclubs
  • 8 entertainment

Available onsite:

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  • 4 pools
  • fitness centre
  • Wi-Fi ($)

Accessibility:

  • elevators

Check-in time:

3:00 pm

Check-out time:

11:00 am

Your price includes:

  • All taxes

Resort fee

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Yes - payable at resort

$20.00 per room / per night (plus tax) paid directly to the hotel.

Fee includes:

  • In-room Internet
  • Fitness centre access
  • In-room unlimited local and toll free calls
  • Daily newspaper
  • Coupon book with over $800 in savings
Resort fee and inclusions subject to change without notice at the discretion of the hotel, some restrictions may apply.
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Resort fee

A resort fee is a fee payable to the resort. This fee varies per resort and may cover items such as fitness centres, internet, local calls, etc.

Reviews 76% of guests recommend this hotel.

  • Amazing trip !

    Kinggoober on Oct 26, 2013
  • Vegas is Vegas - you get what you pay for and nothing is cheap in Vegas!

    Marilyn on Jul 24, 2013
  • We would go back and we would stay at the Luxor, but we would be a little wiser the second time around.

    Sundae & Paul on Jul 20, 2013
  • Luxor exceeded my expectations

    Rugenheimer on Jul 14, 2013
  • Great Place - I would stay there again.

    Elaine on Apr 26, 2013
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