With 4,408 rooms and suites, Luxor Resort and Casino is the second largest hotel in the United States. The Egyptian-themed resort has been ranked as one of the top 50 resorts in the United States by Gourmet Magazine. The Pyramid has 2,256 guestrooms with 236 Pyramid Spa Suites, two in each corner of every floor. Inclinators' travel sideways at a 39-degree angle up to 30 stories taking guests to their rooms.Each room is custom designed with thoughtful appointments and meticulous attention to detail, and features the finest amenities with a unique view of the Strip, mountains or the fabulous pool.The twin 22-story towers have 1,948 guestrooms with 237 suites luxuriously appointed and boast spectacular city views.Luxor offers a 20,000 square foot spa, a 1,200-seat showroom, food and entertainment venues on three different levels beneath a soaring hotel atrium.Luxor shows offer something for everyone: CRISS ANGEL Believe is a mesmerizing collaboration between the "Magician of the Century" and Cirque du Soleil, while the adults-only FANTASY revue showcases dance and powerhouse vocals. For laughs, catch prop comic Carrot Top, or Menopause, the Musical.Luxor offers to organize a romantic, unforgettable Las Vegas wedding. From traditional packages to commitment ceremonies, vow renewals or Cold Feet Insurance, our wedding coordinators will arrange everything from the flowers to the photography.The Luxor has 29 high-quality retail outlets that offer something for every shopper.
Located at the south end of the Vegas Strip.The resort features a 30-story pyramid and two 22-story hotel towers with a total of 4,408 rooms.Luxor is a hotel and casino complex situated between Mandalay Bay and Excalibur.
The onyx-hued pyramid stands 30 storeys tall and is topped by one of the world's brightest beams of light. In addition, there are two 22-storey towers to complement the dynamic pyramid.
The large-size lobby is graced by an awe-inspiring, life-size replica of the Great Temple of Ramses II, which rises 35 feet into the expansive atrium to greet visitors. The adjacent registration area features exquisite marble flooring and intricate murals depicting scenes from daily life in ancient Egypt.
Pets are allowed