Room was recently renovated at just our what the description on the Luxor website said. In reality it had new carpet, likely a new bed and maybe new hardware in the bathroom. The wall paper was pealing and the 2 large comfy chairs were clearly not new. We woke up to the sound of pounding and drilling to find out they are renovating the floor above us. We stayed on a Tuesday night and the casino and restaurants were fairly empty so you know they have plenty of empty rooms. Why or a guest in a room that will be impacted by construction unless you're sold out? After 45 minutes on hold for the operator to let them know their construction woke us up 1 1/2 hours before our planned wake up time, they credited up back our dinner purchase from the night before. This is why I gave them 3 star inserted on 2 star. With so that said, we had a great meal at the sports bar restaurant and we did the room to be nicely sized and comfortable. The bed was excellent. The shower had the craziest amount of water pressure and water volume, your hair will be soap few in about 2 seconds. With all the options in Las Vegas and a great recent stay at another MGM property that we found far superior, I'm not sure I'll be back to stay at the Luxor.
This was a good hotel. The accommodations were good. I liked how I couldn't hear anything from other rooms from in our room. Also, there was an amazing bellhop named Brent. He was the nicest and most understanding person. We appreciated his help and extremely delightful and pleasant demeanor. I understand that is part of his job, but he definitely went above and beyond!
Impressive decor! Modeled after Egyptian pyramid, hieroglyphics, and regalia makes it easily identifiable. Check-in designed to distinguish customers according to caste system with valet for royalty and self park for commoners. Pool was nice, room was on par, and entertainment was adequate. Customer service was designed to not offend, sustainable operations with ample employees, centrally located on the strip, and decent on-site resources. Tram was proximate. Attractive site for those wanting to do what you hear about in the area. Secure, clean, modern, and memorable for returning and new guests. Definitely a noteworthy spot to visit and revisit.
Great hotel to stay at! The decorations and vibe make you feel like you are in Egypt in a way. Definitely a cool place to stay for a night or two. The rooms are quite old and have a “classic” look, but are very nice! The Blue Man Group show is also a must see - prices were great and any seat in the room is good. The theater is quite small so you’ll have a good time from anywhere.
Glad to experience, but a one time only stay. Friendly staff, good games, nice food court (If you don't mind paying the ridiculous prices, for example $45 for 1 pizza). Fair price for room. The ugly: 1. Not notified prior of a $200 charge and hold for 5 days after check out; at check in. 2. Garbage bags and dirty linen bags in halls for days. 3. 1 elevator per floor and these floors are huge. 4. Heard other guests speak of dirty rooms at check in. 5. Older hotel, in need of repairs. 6. Not many channels on TV. 7. No microwaves or fridges in rooms. 8. Ice machine not working on our floor. Hopefully some good advice for future patrons.
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