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Luxor hotel reservation

Hotel rating : ♠ ♠ ♠ ♠
Location : The Strip
Number of rooms: 4408
Check-in time : 3:00 pm
Check-out time : 11:00 am
Casino : YES
Race & Sportsbook : YES
Convention Space : YES
Wedding Chapel : YES
Business Center : YES
In-room internet access : YES
Fitness Area : YES
Pool : YES
Spa : YES
Nightlife : NO
Shows : Carrot Top, Fantasy
Shops : Yes, The Giza Galleria is a shopping promenade with 41 retail stores.

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luxor hotel luxor Las Vegas luxor resort luxor vegas Address: 3900 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Restaurants : Luxor Steakhouse, Pyramid Cafe, Backstage Deli, the Luxor Food Court and the Pharaoh's Pheast Buffet, Fusia, La Salsa.

Standard room amenities : AC, clock radios, cable TV, electronic door locks, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, pay-per-view movies, telephone with voice mail.

Hotel amenities : A two-story arcade -- Games of the Gods, The Tomb and Museum of King Tutankhamun, Luxor IMAX, beauty salon, currency exchange, laundry and luggage services, maid service, safety deposit boxes, wake-up calls, valet parking, and walkways to Mandalay Bay and the Excalibur.


The Luxor hotel and casino, located on the popular south end of the Strip, is named after the Egyptian city in upper Egypt.

Luxor offers excellent restaurants, including Fusia, offering outstanding Japanese cuisine, and phenomenal entertainment including Fantasy, the sexy revue and Carrot Top, the laugh-a-minute comedian/entertainer.

This 30-story pyramid-shaped, black-tinted glass hotel contains the world's largest atrium, a plethora or activities and over 100,000 square feet of casino space. Throughout the pyramid, the walls are authentic painted copies of hieroglyphics found in the Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens in Egypt.

Two of the coolest aspects, outside of the way the Luxor Hotel was built is, it's elevators, or as they are called in the hotel, inclinators. They travel to guest rooms at a 39-degree angle up the slope of the structure. Second, the world's most powerful beam of light shines from the top of the pyramid. It is visible from space - 'nuff said.