Enter the surreal world of the Luxor, a unique pyramidal hotel with a ten storey high Sphinx at the entrance.
There are very few – if any – places in the world where you can say you have stayed in a pyramid. As is often the case, Las Vegas offers a unique experience and brings the icons of Egypt to the Nevada desert. At over a 100 meres above Las Vegas this hotel really is an impressive sight. Add to that the huge Sphinx at the entrance you have one of the most striking and recognisable resorts on the Strip. There is a huge array of entertainment on offer including the Criss Angel Believe Cirque du Soleil illusion and magic show, the world famous Blue Man Group and the Bodies and Titanic exhibitions. The pool and pool deck at Luxor is one of the largest in Las Vegas and here you can hire a poolside cabana or a day bed. There’s also a spa and fitness centre on site and the Las Vegas Monorail starts at the hotel, making exploration of the Strip a breeze.
Among a choice of nine restaurants are the Pyramid Café, which offers tempting options for breakfast, and lunch, and TENDER steakhouse which serves steak and seafood. Mexican dishes and drinks are available at T&T (also known as Tacos & Tequila), Asian specialities are served at Rice & Company, while the traditional Las Vegas buffet can be enjoyed at More the Buffet at Luxor. There are further restaurants at the Mandalay Place complex including a Burger Bar and an Irish pub-style venue. One of the largest and most famous of Las Vegas’ nightclubs LAX is located here as are a selection of bars and lounges.
As the name would suggest Pyramid Rooms are located within the 30-story original Luxor building. To reach your accommodation you will take one of the inclinator lifts which travel up the side of the pyramid. Pyramid Deluxe Rooms have either two queen size or a kingsize bed and each room features a sloping window wall. There are further rooms located within the more modern Tower which are available on request.
At the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip, at the end of the Las Vegas Monorail
Good to know
• Minimum stay: 2 nights 06-08 Jan and 30-31 Dec • It is standard practice for resorts/hotels within the USA to charge a mandatory resort fee which is payable locally. This fee can be anywhere between 5USD to 40 USD per room per night and is not included in the cost of your Kuoni holiday • Deposits are mandatory in a suite category. $130 per day deposit for credit cards or a $200 per day deposit for cash. These will be refunded at the end of the stay minus any costs incurred • Minimum check-in age is 21 years for lead guest.
4407 rooms and suites
• Spend nights at LAX nightclub or Aurora* • Tee off at one of Vegas’ many golf courses* • Treat yourself to a signature facial or relaxing massage*.
8 restaurants, 5 bars
*Denotes local charge