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Luxor's Rooms

The Luxor offers hotel rooms within three separate buildings: the pyramid itself, and the east and west towers.

Pyramid accommodations feature inward-lefaning windows and great views of the largest atrium in the world. Rooms are not reached via elevator, rather, diagonally-travelling "inclinators" ferry guests up and down. Certain inclinators only go to certain groups of floors, so tourists staying on levels 21-30, or 31-40, will have to find the right corner of the Luxor from which to board. It can mean a long walk if the destination room is on the opposite corner of the pyramid, but at least it will be interesting. The atrium floor is usually crowded with pedestrians, and viewed from above looks like a whole city in a dollhouse. The strange visual effect of receding, tilting rows of rooms fills the scene with a feeling of alien design. Anyone drinking alchohol will have fun maintaining their balance as the inclinators start and stop.

Tower accommodations are less unique than those in the pyramid, but general consensus is that they're brighter and in better shape. The Luxor has been open since 1993, and does show signs of wear in places.

Luxor Hotel Rooms

Pyramid Deluxe Room

420 square feet

The Pyramid Deluxe Rooms are the most basic accommodations in the Luxor's main building, but still give guests the chance to stare out from tilted windows and ride the inclinators. Oversized showers compliment every room. Available with one king or two queen sized beds.

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The Pyramid Deluxe Room at the Luxor.

Tower Deluxe Room

The Tower Deluxe Room at the Luxor Hotel and Casino

449 square feet

All rooms feature separate tubs and showers, his and hers armoires, and are available with one king or two queen beds. The Tower Rooms are a tiny bit bigger and a little bit brighter than their pyramid counterparts, so visitors should decide for themselves whether they want the more interesting rooms in the main building, or the more comfortable rooms in the towers.

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Luxor Suites

Pyramid Spa Suite

590-800 square feet

The strange space requirements of a pyramid hotel have created some fascinating rooms. the Pyramid Spa Suites are large, and each has a hot tub under the eaves of the long, tilted wall. Guests can soak while staring out at the lights of Las Vegas.

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Available only at the Luxor: the Pyramid Spa Suite.


Tower Luxury Suite

Photo of the Tower Luxury Suite.

780 square feet

The tower gives guests the chance to experience something that pyramid visitors can't: floor-to-ceiling windows. Views of the South Strip can be spectacular any time of day.

The Tower Luxury Suite features a separate spa tub, large living room, and a wet bar.

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Tower Premier Suite

1050 square feet

The Luxor's biggest, Tower Premier Suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows, wet bar, dining area, and a breakfast nook. Each room provides amazing city views.

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The magnificent Tower Premier Suite, Luxor Hotel.


Player Deluxe Room

The much upgraded Player Deluxe Room.

449 square feet

It's the standard room with an upgrade. The Player Deluxe Room features a 42" flat panel TV, Bose surround sound, shower with separate jet tub, California King bed with luxury bedding, wet bar and refrigerator.

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