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Luxor Hotel and Casino

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

This hotel, despite its iconic status, provides below average services. Not only will you not have things like a WiFi connection in your room, even a simple kettle to make a coffee or tea in the morning will be absent. Our last night there the room service decided to make only one of the two beds and turn off our air-conditioning. I am still puzzled by this.

Room was clean,bathroom had rust on towel shelf,charged me $10 parking fees and when I asked him he told me every hotel in Vegas does that, that was a Lie ,$10 is not the issue but don't lie about it.

First time staying at the Luxor. The casino itself was actually really nice and we enjoyed "The Buffet" breakfasts that were included with our rate and the attractions in the hotel itself. The room was a little bit of a downer. The size was nice but we got the lowest rate room which was on the second floor (we had folks at the Backstage Deli literally staring at us while in line and while eating when we came in and out of our room) and the window looked right at the side wall of the Delmonico hotel. The room also never really cooled down though we kept the curtains shut the whole time and the AC on high. We decided to pretend we were on a cruise ship in an interior room and that seemed to work! We didn't spend much time in the room. The other problem was the maid service. We only spend 2 nights but on the second day, they took our used hotel toiletries (soap and body wash) and shower mat and didn't replace them. I guess it was a good thing I had brought my own body wash and we used a body towel for the floor. We also had to ask for extra pillows as the king room only had 3 pillows on the bed. They brought them quickly though when we asked. Overall for the price, I would have expected a little better, but if on a budget and want to be on the strip, it has a great location and buffet. Avoid the 24/7 shop by the main entrance though and go to CVS for bottled water or soft drinks... it cost $17 for two 1 liter bottles of water and a 20 oz Diet Pepsi!

The room itself was somewhat updated, and room service was fine, but multiple nights in a row other guests were blaring music and chain-smoking and with such thin walls, it made it difficult to rest.

The maid never returned with soap, extra blanket, extra pillow or extra towels as promised. Toilet paper and tissue were very rough on the nose and derrier!!! Very dark in room due to the advertising film on windows. Had to walk practically a half a mile to get to our room (west wing) which was very upsetting. Should have been advised how far it was from the casino. Room had an odor. There were 2 tree "fresheners" hanging from A/C vent & wall lamp, and maid left a canister of carpet freshener on desk! We had only 3 pillows between the 2 of us (reason for asking for an extra one). We will never come back or recommend this hotel to anyone.

Older of the resorts, which can be seen when walking through the building. An excellent value for $35 a night. Good food, clean room and great staff. If you want fancy and high priced rooms and services, look towards the Aria or Cosmopolitan. The Lux was very kind to us and our wallets. Would definitely stay there again.

Doesn't follow safety guides for egress. Uses stairwell for storage. Very dangerous if had to evacuate.

Nice hotel. .the staff was helpful. .lots of restaurants that were close..

WHERE DO I BEGIN!!! 1ST ROOM - NO HOT WATER/SHOWER 2ND ROOM - SHOWER FILLED UP AND ALMOST OVER FLOWED EVERY TIME WE USED IT! THEY PUT US WHERE HOUSEKEEPING STOOD AND YELLED AND SOCIALIZED EVERY MORNING!!! NO SLEEP! SO, THEY PUT US IN ANOTHER ONE. IT WAS OKAY. THERE ARE TONS OF TIMESHARE PEOPLE IN THERE. WE THOUGHT THEY WERE LUXOR EMPLOYEES. THEY TREATED US LIKE CRAP. THEY SAID WE WOULD GET $300.00 MONEY WHEN DONE. NOPE. WE GOT $200 CERTIFICATE TO GO TO A SPECIAL CASINO WHERE YOU NEVER WIN AND IF YOU DO WIN, YOU DO NOT GET ANYTHING UNLESS YOU WIN THE GRAND PRIZE!!! LIARS! THEY SAID IT WOULD TAKE 2 HOURS. LIED. TOOK 3+ HOURS AND WHEN i GOT BACK TO HOTEL, I TOLD A CUSTOMER NOT TO GO BECAUSE OF WHAT HAPPENED TO US AND I HAD THE GUY CHASE ME LIKE HE WAS GOING TO STRANGLE ME AND HE THREATENED ME. NICE PEOPLE! LUXOR SHOULD NOT HAVE THEM IN THE HOTEL. I FILED A COMPLAINT WITH SECURITY. I DOUBT i WILL EVER HEAR ANYTHING. I WILL NEVER GO BACK THERE AGAIN. WORST VACATION I EVER HAD!!!!!!!

If you're looking for an inexpensive hotel that will have clean, comfortable beds, a clean bathroom with hot water, cold air conditioning and free WiFi, look no further. The decor is dated, but who cares for ~$65 for a Run of the House room?

They are letting the property go. It is most apparent by the windows. From inside it looks like you are in the clouds from the amount of build up. The outside is gray during the day instead of shiny black.

Was double booked but enjoyed my stay none the less.

I have stayed at the Luxor three times now. When comparing hotels on the strip, I always find the Luxor one of the most reasonable. It is a very nice hotel with a great casino. I like staying here.

When we first arrived, my first impression was that the hotel was huge: it had a casino and several restaurants inside and many that were open late. I liked that it was connected to Excalibur so we really did not even have to go outside if we did not want to. I loved the pool, it was huge, very nice and it was not too crowded either (it was a weekday). The only problem I had was the hotel room did not have a microwave or a fridge so if we took food back to the hotel room, we had to throw it out. Other than that, we really enjoyed our stay here.

The hotel is nice, the staff was excellent. Went to a great show and the pool was great.

The casino pumps some kind of smell through their ventilation system the absolutely reeks. My first thought was, "Maybe it is to make it not smell like smoke" but none of the other casinos on the strip smelled like nasty incense. For this reason alone, I would never stay there again. Also, the beds were extremely uncomfortable. I stayed 4 nights and my entire body was sore by the second day. Do yourself a favor, spend a little more money and stay at literally ANY of the other hotels on the strip.

experience was amazing as always, BUT marilyn is what put it over the top...her assistance, patience and friendliness at the front desk for check in really stood out. Thank you very much!!!!!

Beautiful hotel. Loved the environment and people there.

First time staying in the Luxor. It's a beautiful hotel with a great theme. Rooms were clean and they only complaint I had, which is small, was the pillows were uncomfortable and hurt my neck. Other than that, I enjoyed my stay and would stay there again.

The room and casino were fine. What I didn't like was that the room was at the end of the hall at least 150 yards from the elevator. Also, as with all of them they charge a "resort fee". I did not get a thing out of it. It was supposed to be for WIFI and a bunch of other stuff that I would not use. Then I could never get on the wifi. Seems that every other casino we were in I could get on internet fine but only at Luxor did I have to have a password.

3900 S. Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas NV

Located in Paradise, Luxor Hotel and Casino is within a few miles (5 km) of popular sights such as University of Nevada-Las Vegas and Thomas and Mack Center. This 4400-room, 3.5-star resort welcomes business and leisure travelers with a full-service spa, a casino, and 11 restaurants. Near the airport, it's also near Las Vegas Convention Center and Fashion Show Mall.


This resort is home to 11 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 11 AM.

Dining


Luxor Hotel and Casino's 4400 air-conditioned rooms provide phones and ironing boards. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels and pay movies. Bathrooms have hair dryers and designer toiletries.

Rooms


Guests of Luxor Hotel and Casino have access to a full-service spa, a casino, and a nightclub. Valet parking is offered for USD 15 per day. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa resort include an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna.

Property features

Room options

Tower Luxury Suite

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Pyramid Deluxe Queen Room

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Tower Deluxe Queen Room

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Tower Deluxe King Room

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Luxor Hotel and Casino

Everyone (437) Business (707) Couples (2604) Family (1007) Friends (1180) Other (458)
3

sadly, below average

Everyone

This hotel, despite its iconic status, provides below average services. Not only will you not have things like a WiFi connection in your room, even a simple kettle to make a coffee or tea in the morning will be absent. Our last night there the room service decided to make only one of the two beds and turn off our air-conditioning. I am still puzzled by this.

By on May 21, 2017

1

front desk employee layied to me.

Everyone

Room was clean,bathroom had rust on towel shelf,charged me $10 parking fees and when I asked him he told me every hotel in Vegas does that, that was a Lie ,$10 is not the issue but don't lie about it.

By , from a on May 20, 2017

4

luxor hotel room or interior of a cruise ship?

Everyone

First time staying at the Luxor. The casino itself was actually really nice and we enjoyed "The Buffet" breakfasts that were included with our rate and the attractions in the hotel itself. The room was a little bit of a downer. The size was nice but we got the lowest rate room which was on the second floor (we had folks at the Backstage Deli literally staring at us while in line and while eating when we came in and out of our room) and the window looked right at the side wall of the Delmonico hotel. The room also never really cooled down though we kept the curtains shut the whole time and the AC on high. We decided to pretend we were on a cruise ship in an interior room and that seemed to work! We didn't spend much time in the room. The other problem was the maid service. We only spend 2 nights but on the second day, they took our used hotel toiletries (soap and body wash) and shower mat and didn't replace them. I guess it was a good thing I had brought my own body wash and we used a body towel for the floor. We also had to ask for extra pillows as the king room only had 3 pillows on the bed. They brought them quickly though when we asked. Overall for the price, I would have expected a little better, but if on a budget and want to be on the strip, it has a great location and buffet. Avoid the 24/7 shop by the main entrance though and go to CVS for bottled water or soft drinks... it cost $17 for two 1 liter bottles of water and a 20 oz Diet Pepsi!

By , from Washington, DC on May 20, 2017

3

don't enforce noise or smoking policy.

Everyone

The room itself was somewhat updated, and room service was fine, but multiple nights in a row other guests were blaring music and chain-smoking and with such thin walls, it made it difficult to rest.

By , from GA on May 20, 2017

2
Everyone

The maid never returned with soap, extra blanket, extra pillow or extra towels as promised. Toilet paper and tissue were very rough on the nose and derrier!!! Very dark in room due to the advertising film on windows. Had to walk practically a half a mile to get to our room (west wing) which was very upsetting. Should have been advised how far it was from the casino. Room had an odor. There were 2 tree "fresheners" hanging from A/C vent & wall lamp, and maid left a canister of carpet freshener on desk! We had only 3 pillows between the 2 of us (reason for asking for an extra one). We will never come back or recommend this hotel to anyone.

By on May 19, 2017

5

not bad for $35 a night

Everyone

Older of the resorts, which can be seen when walking through the building. An excellent value for $35 a night. Good food, clean room and great staff. If you want fancy and high priced rooms and services, look towards the Aria or Cosmopolitan. The Lux was very kind to us and our wallets. Would definitely stay there again.

By , from Nebraska on May 19, 2017

3
Everyone

Doesn't follow safety guides for egress. Uses stairwell for storage. Very dangerous if had to evacuate.

By on May 19, 2017

5

nice. .right on strip

Everyone

Nice hotel. .the staff was helpful. .lots of restaurants that were close..

By on May 18, 2017

1

where do i begin!!! 1st room - no hot water/shower

Everyone

WHERE DO I BEGIN!!! 1ST ROOM - NO HOT WATER/SHOWER 2ND ROOM - SHOWER FILLED UP AND ALMOST OVER FLOWED EVERY TIME WE USED IT! THEY PUT US WHERE HOUSEKEEPING STOOD AND YELLED AND SOCIALIZED EVERY MORNING!!! NO SLEEP! SO, THEY PUT US IN ANOTHER ONE. IT WAS OKAY. THERE ARE TONS OF TIMESHARE PEOPLE IN THERE. WE THOUGHT THEY WERE LUXOR EMPLOYEES. THEY TREATED US LIKE CRAP. THEY SAID WE WOULD GET $300.00 MONEY WHEN DONE. NOPE. WE GOT $200 CERTIFICATE TO GO TO A SPECIAL CASINO WHERE YOU NEVER WIN AND IF YOU DO WIN, YOU DO NOT GET ANYTHING UNLESS YOU WIN THE GRAND PRIZE!!! LIARS! THEY SAID IT WOULD TAKE 2 HOURS. LIED. TOOK 3+ HOURS AND WHEN i GOT BACK TO HOTEL, I TOLD A CUSTOMER NOT TO GO BECAUSE OF WHAT HAPPENED TO US AND I HAD THE GUY CHASE ME LIKE HE WAS GOING TO STRANGLE ME AND HE THREATENED ME. NICE PEOPLE! LUXOR SHOULD NOT HAVE THEM IN THE HOTEL. I FILED A COMPLAINT WITH SECURITY. I DOUBT i WILL EVER HEAR ANYTHING. I WILL NEVER GO BACK THERE AGAIN. WORST VACATION I EVER HAD!!!!!!!

By , from Florida on May 17, 2017

4

convenience and affordability

Everyone

If you're looking for an inexpensive hotel that will have clean, comfortable beds, a clean bathroom with hot water, cold air conditioning and free WiFi, look no further. The decor is dated, but who cares for ~$65 for a Run of the House room?

By , from Albany, NY on May 17, 2017