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"Lux -or Don't Lux it's nothing special"
Stayed at the Luxor for three nights. The pro's are it is on the strip and at the southern end so quite close to the airport. But only Mandalay Bay is further south so be prepared for a lot of walking which is fine in temperate weather but I can't imagine it would be fun in Summer (can also be tough on the ladies feet if they are in heels). The rooms are standard. They are fine but the Luxor miss on fine details. We reported the power was tripping every time we turned on the lights in our room, and they said keep pressing the red reset button. Thats fine for a one off, but it happened every time and it was annoying. Room service, sometimes forgot to replace our drinking glasses leaving us with none, p e day left used towels lying on the bed in the room. Lighting wasn't great either. But the room was comfortable enough. Staff interaction was minimal. Check-in lady was a little cold but fine, concierge lady was extremely helpful though. There isn't a great deal to see and do compared to some of the other Casinos so with that and the extra walking you have to do, i would say if you found a hotel further up the strip that would cost you an extra $150 over three nights, it would definitely be worth paying that little bit extra
"Very different Hotel and enjoyable"
We have been there for 13 days and enjoy our stay. Even the hotel is getting older it is still nice to be there Very large rooms and bathrooms We have been there several times and still fun People at the desk very nice
We had friend staying here it's stunning and inside is amazing shopping mall And food places the rooms are situated around the inside pyramid so overlooks foyer and if your up high it makes for A stomach roll as it's high plenty to do in here a little to busy for us but well worth a Look at
"Tower room worth the upgrade. Average service and amenities."
Tip: If you booked a pyramid room, don't upgrade when the hotel emails you with an upgrade deal. Wait until check-in and the front desk staff person will offer you an upgrade to the newer, bigger tower rooms for half the price stated in the email. Pros: More affordable than other Strip options. Room was clean and general amenities were adequate. If you can get over the kitsch factor it's kind of amusing to be in the middle of a giant pyramid. Negatives: Cleaning staff played that classic game of pointless vacuuming at 9:00am to wake you up and get you moving. Constant bumping into the wall. And opened the door after two brief knocks. A short "oops sorry" as if she was actually surprised we were there. I actually sympathize a bit with the staff, since I'm sure Vegas is full of hungover, groggy guests who are slow to rise and vacate their rooms. But this was ridiculous. Pool is very disappointing, especially since you pay a resort fee, like most places along the Strip. Mediocre-reviewed dining options. Needed to trek to New York New York or beyond to get a good meal.
My friend turned 50 years old. We let everyone know that and we were treated with just alittle bit more care. Drinks were stronger, pit bosses urged us on to win ........and the experience was a lot of fun....cant' wait to head back in January for the AFC/NFC Championship games !!!
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM