Situated at the southern end of the Strip, the Luxor Hotel has long been a famous landmark of Las Vegas, attracting international travelers and celebrities alike by projecting its beam of light into the night sky. Although it has retained its unique architecture, the Luxor has moved away from the Egyptian theme and modernized. This 30-story pyramid provides spacious rooms, world class shopping, the world’s largest atrium, chic bars, plenty of entertainment options, and the famous casino.
Guestrooms are inviting, beautifully decorated, and surprisingly inexpensive. In all likelihood, you will probably spend the majority of your time experiencing all the other amenities the Luxor has to offer. Even if you are not a gambler, there is a plethora of entertainment options for guests of all ages. There are fascinating displays featuring artifacts from the Titanic, world class restaurants, renowned performers, and some of the hottest clubs on the Strip. During your stay, it is not unlikely that you will encounter famous names like Criss Angel, Carrot Top, Cirque de Soleil, or the Jabbawockeez who frequently perform on site. You could also rub elbows with other famous celebrities who often frequent the hotel’s clubs and lounges. If you need a break from all the hustle and bustle, you can lay by the pool side, soak in the hot tub, or schedule a beauty treatment at the Nurture Spa & Salon.
Since the construction of this iconic hotel it has appeared in a number of movies:
In Up in the Air
And probably the most famous from them: