Luxor Hotel Las Vegas One Step Up Travel Diary!

Luxor Las Vegas Hotel

It’s time for our One Step Up Travel Diary!

During my stay in Las Vegas I got curious how Luxor hotel would look like in the inside. Today, let’s have a free look at the inside of Luxor Hotel Las Vegas.

Luxur hotel at night

Luxor hotel has its own unique pyramid shape hotel located in Las Vegas Strip. The 30-story hotel, owned and operated by MGM Resorts International. The hotel is named after the city of Luxor (ancient Thebes) in Egypt.

When my aircraft landed at McCarran airport during taxiing towards the gate, I could  already see the Luxor hotel. Those hotels in Las Vegas strips looks closer, but the distance is not. There are several ways to reach the hotel, but definitely not by walking.

From Airport To Luxor Hotel Las Vegas

shuttle bus in Las Vegas

Via Shuttle Bus:

The Best is by taking the airport shuttle that runs from the airport. Shuttles are located outside of baggage claim at McCarran International Airport. Just right after you went out from the terminal you will see a small booth where you can purchase your shuttle bus ticket. If I am not mistaken the price is around $7.00 one way. It is better to buy a round trip ticket from the airport to your hotel then hotel back to airport to get a discount. $12.00 for roundtrip.

Note: This price was based from my last trip to Las Vegas last September of 2013 and this price may change in time.

Once on board the Shuttle bus you will generally have to wait for the shuttle bus to be filled up and then when you are on your way the shuttle bus will stop at several different resorts on the way making the journey very long. Better for you to ask the driver how many stops before reaching your hotel.

Via Taxi or Cab:

A cab to the South end of the Strip Mandalay Bay, Luxor, New York New York, Excalibur, and MGM Grand etc will cost you between $12-$17 depending on traffic and take around 8-10 minutes from the airport. Cabs to the middle of the Strip the Mirage hotel and Bellagio and others and North end of the Strip will take 10-15 minutes or longer and the taxi meter will reach around $20-$25. If you are in a hurry, this is the best means to move quickly and the cab is the quickest and easiest way to get to the Strip. Please take note to tip the driver. $1-$2 dollar tip is fine. If you wish to give more this will be all up to you.

Via Limo:

If you want to reach your hotel with a style you can take a Limo. Limo start from $55 and up. Limos are very common in Vegas. There is no line for Limos you can pick your Limo at any minute you want. There are always several Limos waiting for you to hire at McCarran airport terminal.

 

LUXOR HOTEL LAS VEGAS ROOM CLASSIFICATION AND RATES!

Luxor hotel Las Vegas has different varieties of rooms from pyramid deluxe, tower deluxe, pyramid suite, player deluxe, tower luxury suite and tower premier suite. Please find below some photos of the rooms as well as its indicative prices.

Note: Price may change from the date of booking. It is highly recommendable to check different hotel booking sites for price comparison.

Pyramid Deluxe: Rooms feature two queen beds and a 40” inch flatscreen around US$55/night. Price may vary depending on the date of booking.

luxor hotel in las vegas

Tower Deluxe: Tower Deluxe Queen Rooms are outfitted with two queen beds, flat screen TV, separate shower and bath, and marble counter tops. Around US$75/night. Price may vary depending on the date of booking.

luxor hotel las vegas

Pyramid Suite: This suite is 590-800 square feet, with views of Las Vegas. The bedroom offers 1 king or 2 queen beds. The separate living area comes with a couch, upholstered armchair, 2-chair dining set, and compact refrigerator. Unwind with a pay movie on the 27-inch television, or check email with wired high-speed Internet access, included in the resort fee. The over-sized bathroom includes a shower only, marble vanity, and complimentary premium toiletries from Luxor’s Nurture Spa and Salon. Around US$421/night.

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