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The Luxor Hotel Las Vegas Nevada Review

Updated on June 21, 2010

Remember that these are Real Visitor Reviews of the Luxor Hotel

In less than 5 minutes you’ll get the scoop on the Luxor Hotel Las Vegas Nevada so you’ll have a valued perspective on whether or not the Luxor Hotel is the right Vegas Hotel for your next Las Vegas Trip.  In a manner of speaking you are about to take a quick tour of the property.  Let’s get started!

View the Luxor Hotel Location on Google Maps

Map LinkLuxor Hotel

Map Tip:  Be sure to click on “Satellite” to get an overview of the Hotel Location.  You can also zoom in and out with the (+) and (-).  Pay close attention to the “Orange Guy” icon this allows you to quickly go right to a “street view”… which is an awesome way to view Las Vegas Hotels as if you were in your car looking out the window!

Hotel Room Rate Check

Room Rate Link:  Luxor Hotel

Are you short on time?  If you just want to take a peek at the pricing use this link to one of Las Vegas’ local Discount Hotel Reservations Companies.

Luxor Las Vegas Hotel Reviews:

Luxor Hotel Guest Rooms Overview

To get to your Pyramid Room, you need to ride an inclinator that climbs at an angle of almost 40 degrees… Once you arrive at one of the 4,000 plus rooms, which have every amenity you would expect from a great hotel including 420 square feet with either 1 King or 2 Queen beds, oversized shower, 27'TV, AM/FM alarm radio, and Internet Access (fee applies). The Deluxe Tower Rooms are 499sf, and include 1 King or 2 Queen beds (upon availability at Check-In), 27' TV, AM/FM alarm radio, Internet Access (fee applies), spacious armoire, lighted make-up mirror, and separate tub and shower, and much more. You'll wonder why you ever need to leave. The rooms are all large and, as you would expect, feature eastern décor

Standard Room

Standard Room at the Luxor Pyramid in Las Vegas
Standard Room at the Luxor Pyramid in Las Vegas
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