It was so much fun to stay at one of the really famous hotels in Vegas! We felt like we were right in the middle of things, and really appreciated the great nightly rate! Food at the restaurants was pretty good, although we were a little surprised
at how early things closed (relatively), for a place with a reputation for never sleeping...
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Our favorite restaurant we found through Opentable: Rx Boiler Room! Awesome steampunk theme, super-nice servers, and excellent food! Right down the underground walkway towards Mandalay Bay.
great time great place the staff was unbelievable any questions I had anyone on the floor could help me.the only downside for me you had to walk a long way to go to the bathroom on the floor not too many mens and ladies room. will stay there again
good food good people
The Luxor is ok, one thing I liked how it was connected to Excalibur underground.
But I was EXTREMLEY disapointed with their 28 dollar resort fee, and the employees at the mlife check in straight up told me its for pure profit and refused to
remove something that I didnt use any of
When we checked in, the hotel only had a ground floor room compatible with our reservation, but they immediately upgraded us to a Tower room at a higher floor -- less noise, better view, and more modern decor. We were very happy with that turn of
events. The Luxor is at the south end of the Strip, but that just made it easier to head north for sightseeing and take the bus back south for dinner and such. The only downside (and this is likely a Vegas thing) -- the three Starbucks coffee shops were all almost double the cost of a normal Starbucks!
I enjoyed the room and the stay. The hotel was clean and had the minimum amenities that we required excluding a fridge.
The Staff was friendly, but was not very accommodating with a few personal needs.