Towering 350 metres in the sky, Nevada’s very own touch of ancient Egypt, the Luxor Hotel and Casino promises the ultimate Las Vegas experience. Featuring luxury that's fit for a Pharaoh, a stay in this iconic hotel is sure to create life-long memories on a trip to the neon capital. Stylish bars, an eclectic mix of restaurants and a star-studded nightclub is just the start. Step into the heart of the pyramid for the bright lights of the casino, where you can play poker all night, or simply play it safe on the slots. If you need some time out, the spa offers a sanctuary of pampering to refresh and revitalise. Soothing Swedish massages and deep cleansing facials are amongst the many specialist treatments available. Evenings bring the start of an exciting live entertainment line-up at the hotel’s specially designed theatre. Choose from a menu of magic, comedy or the unique multi-sensory spectacle that is the Blue Man Group. If you can tear yourself away from the hotel, the famous Las Vegas strip is on your doorstep, with even more shows, casinos and wild nights out. Wherever you end up, follow the Luxor Sky Beam back to base. Shining high into the darkness, this Luxor night light can be seen up to 275 miles away!
You might feel like you’re on the beach in the oasis that is the Luxor Hotel’s extensive swimming pool area. With attendants fetching your favourite drinks direct to your palm tree shaded sun lounger, it’s a desert paradise in the heat of the summer sun.
The Luxor Hotel and Casino is located on the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip, directly connected with the Excalibur Hotel and Mandalay Bay. Head north along the strip to explore all this dazzling city has to offer. To walk the full length of the strip from the Luxor is approximately 2.5 miles.
McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas is approximately 3 miles from the Luxor Hotel and Casino. Don’t forget to look out the window on the plane to spot this impressive pyramid as you fly in.
Rice and Company
The Buffet at Luxor
Pyramid Café Delivery
Luxor Food Court
Ri Ra Irish Pub
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