The Luxor hotel - the sphinxes outside are bigger than the real ones in Egypt!!!
Difficult question, at the other end of the strip to the Luxor you could rent rooms by the hour - with clean sheets!!
It seemed a reasonable price for the area.
Unique Quality: As with most of the hotels, you wouldn't have to leave the hotel if you didn't want to.
Unique Quality: I loved the room. The furniture was made to look Egytian. I love anything Egytian, so this hotel was magical for me.
Vegas has over 250,000 hotel rooms, so you are really spolit for choice.
Our favourite however is the Luxor, at the bottom of the Strip. Egyption themed the hotel is a huge glass pyramid.
Sun to Thursday you are looking at around $80 a night.
Unique Quality: The Atrium is the biggest in the world. Rooms in the Luxor(make sure your in one of the towers) are spacious and very well priced.
Facilities are superb, seven places to eat, outdoor pools, and indoor Spa, the list goes on.
Directions: The Luxor is to be found at the bottom(south) of the strip.
double occupancy one room ~ $80.00 US dollars.
Unique Quality: The pyramid design is fascinating, the walls of your room are slanted sheets of solid window. Instead of elevators, they have inclinators which move up and sideways to accomodate the pyramid shape.
Definitely take a ride to the top floor and look down into the interior from the windows by the inclinators - awe inspiring (if you're not afraid of heights).
Security was impressive also, with guards posted at each inclinator who checked for room keys before allowing people on.
Directions: Las Vegas strip, next to the Excalibur (and connected via moving covered walkways over the strip). It's the only hotel shaped like an Egyptian Pyramid.
We stayed at the Luxor. I was really impressed with their Lobby, entertainment and exterior. Not tooo impressed with the hallways up around the rooms (seemed to need some remodeling). We had a perfect view of the strip, as we were 2nd or 3rd floor from the top. But HEY, we got to ride an 'inclinater' (as opposed to an elevator) the entire time we were there.....up the inside of a pyramid......that has lights shooting out of it!!!
Geeez......that's worth a stay at the Luxor in itself.
Good accommodation abounds in Vegas, but we stayed at the Luxor and felt that this was a good family option for about 120 dollars per night. For four people not bad. Excellent facilities including cinema, theatres, casino, five pools, about 10 restaurants, etc, etc. Also very spacious and a most unusual design
120 dollars approximately
Unique Quality: Its pyramid design.
We could stay inside the hotel & have a fantastic time, without seeing anywhere else !!!
As soon as you go to Reception to check-in, you can`t help looking around, it`s AWSOME.
Unique Quality: A unique 30 storey pyramid, with approx 4,500 spacious rooms, each lavishly decorated in an Egyptian theme. The rooms are air conditioned, have a massive TV, fridge, huge bed, spacious bathroom with a whirlpool bath. It makes you feel as if you're in a £1,000 a night hotel, pure luxury.
Directions: Situated on the South end of the Strip, opposite the airport.
The Luxor, the worlds 3rd largest hotel was fantastic!, the rooms were huge, it had 6 pools, a massive casino (havent they all!?) and a great 'all you can' eat buffet breaky! the views from the room of the desert mountains or the strip are spectacular!
There are hostels in Vegas but most are at the far end of the strip or Downtown in not such nice areas.
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I'll be staying with my husband at the Luxor hotel this summer, and i was wondering what was the best: choosing a room in the pyramid ( it seems a lot of fun to take their inclined elevators, but the rooms look pretty tiny....) or choosing a room in one of their towers (they look much bigger on the Internet site, with nicer furniture.). Has anyone experienced both? Which one can offer the best view?
We'll be travelling from France, so we're really concerned with the quality of our stay!
Thanks for your help!
We had a room in the pyramid facing the Excalibur and the room was certainly large enough. Huge bathroom with separate shower and bathtub. I would probably recommend the pyramid for the novelty of it and ask for a room facing the strip though the view isn't a big deal since you probably won't be spending much time in your room.
I Stayed In A Pyramid Room Last Year And Though The Rooms Are Smaller Than In The Tower I Would Hardly Call Them Small And I Did Had A Great View Of The Mountains.
If You Do Stay In The Pyramid And Want To Use The Inclinator Lift Be Sure To Get A High Floor Because I Was On The 3rd Floor Which Uses Just A Normal Elevator And Unless You Have A Room Key You Are Not Allowed In The Inclinators Which Have A Security Guard At Every One.
I stayed in the tower closest to the Excalibur this past May. The room was very nice and I would say it was average size. The view was good out of the North Tower. The pyramid is definitely a shorter walk to most of the hotel's attractions.
Stayed in a Pyramid room, and it was nice - even though I spent very little time in it.
I highly recommend the Pina Colodas at the pool. And the spa is nice, too.
3752 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas
3960 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
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3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
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Address: 3900 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89119, United States