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Offer #1 - Free appetizer with the purchase of two entrées at Tacos & Tequila. Present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book to your server when ordering to get a FREE appetizer with the purchase of 2 entrees at Tacos & Tequila located inside the Luxor Las Vegas. Sampler not available with this offer. Limit: one coupon per customer, per calendar month. Offer expires 12/30/2017.
Offer #2 - Buy one menu item, get one free at Nathan's. Must present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book to cashier prior to ordering. One coupon per person, second item must be of equal or lesser value. Offer valid through December 31, 2017. NOTE - Coupon may be redeemed at the following Nathan's locations: MGM Grand Hotel, Palms Hotel and Casino, New York New York Hotel, Bally's Hotel, Luxor Hotel, Monte Carlo, Flamingo and Mandalay Bay. Coupon may only be redeemed at ONE location.
Offer #3 - Buy any meal and receive a second meal of equal or lesser value free at Original Chicken Tender. Must present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book to cashier prior to ordering. One coupon per person, second item must be of equal or lesser value. Offer valid through December 31, 2017. NOTE- coupon may be redeemed at the following Original Chicken Tender locations: Luxor Food Court and Monte Carlo Hotel Food Court. Coupon may only be redeemed at ONE location.
Offer #4 - Purchase any breakfast menu item and receive a second breakfast menu item of equal or lesser value free at Original Chicken Tender. Must present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book to cashier prior to ordering. One coupon per person, second item must be of equal or lesser value. Offer valid through December 31, 2017. NOTE- coupon may be redeemed at the following Original Chicken Tender locations: Luxor Food Court and Monte Carlo Hotel Food Court. Coupon may only be redeemed at ONE location.
Offer #5 - Purchase a whole pizza and get a second whole pizza free at Bonanno's New York Pizzeria. Must present original coupon from American Casino Guide book to cashier prior to ordering. One coupon per person. Offer valid through December 31, 2017. NOTE- coupon may be redeemed at the following locations: Palace Station Food Court, MGM Grand Food Court, Luxor Food Court, Flamingo Food Court. Coupon may only be redeemed at ONE location.
Offer #6 - Purchase any menu item and get a second menu item of equal or lesser value free at Bonanno's New York Pizzeria. Must present original coupon from American Casino Guide book to cashier prior to ordering. One coupon per person. Offer valid through December 31, 2017. NOTE - coupon may be redeemed at the following locations: Palace Station Food Court, MGM Grand Food Court, Luxor Food Court, Flamingo Food Court. Coupon may only be redeemed at ONE location.
Offer #7 - Buy one sub, get one sub of equal or lesser value free at L.A. Subs. Present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book to cashier prior to ordering. One coupon per person. Offer valid through December 31, 2017. NOTE- coupon may be redeemed at the following locations: Luxor Food Court or Flamingo Food Court. Coupon may only be redeemed at ONE location.
Offer #8 - 30% off admission to Bodies The Exhibition. Present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book at the Luxor box office to receive 30% off each adult admission for up to 4 people. Not valid with any other offer, expires December 31, 2017.
Offer #9 - 30% off admission to Titanic the Artifact Exhibition. Present original coupon from the American Casino Guide book at the Luxor box office to receive 30% off each adult admission for up to 4 people. Not valid with any other offer, expires December 31, 2017.
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Mlife Players Club
When you enroll in MGM Mirage Players Club, you will have a card that is valid at MGM Grand, The Aria, Bellagio, The Mirage, Treasure Island, New York-New York, Mandalay Bay, Luxor, Excalibur, Monte Carlo, MGM Grand Detroit, Gold Strike-Tunica, MS and Beau Rivage in Biloxi, Mississippi. The points earned at any location can be used at any of the other locations.
The card has five tiers and visitors are awarded for every dollar spent at the property as well as gambling.
Accounts are terminated after 18 months of inactivity.
Slot Point Accrual
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$3/1||$10/1|
Minimum: 500 points
Increments: 50 points
Comps: Players at Vegas casinos receive two cents in Express Comps for every point earned on slot and video poker machines. These can be redeemed for food, merchandise, hotel stays or freeplay.
Reservation Number (800) 288-1000
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Rooms: 4,204 Price Range: $37-$269
Suites: 473 Price Range: $97-$335
Self-Parking: First hour free, $5 (1-4 hours), $8 (4 to 24 hours)
Valet Parking: $8 (up to 4 hours), $13 (4 to 24 hours)
Restaurants: 6 (1 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B- $17.99/$21.99 (Saturday/Sunday)
L- $18.99 D- $23.99/$26.99 (Friday/Saturday)
Casino Size: 120,000 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Mini-Baccarat, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em
Special Features: 30-story pyramid-shaped hotel with Egyptian theme. Carrot Topcomedy show. Criss Angel Mindfreak and Blue Man Group stage shows. IMAX theater.
Elevators creepy on the angle. video poker tables not so good. Drink service seemed very good. Great variety in food choices. I thought the breakfast buffet was good.
Tender is an excellent steak house. Employees friendly. Wi Fi bad.
Pretty decent rooms could use some renovation but still ok. some decent video poker but at least above $1 level. So, so buffet. Some good fast food joints. Easy access to surrounding casinos.
lose 2g's get 1.70 off meal!!!!!!!
was there four days, never saw a light go off on any slot, dealers at table games act like they did not want to be there. Dropped $2,000 in four days, on our last night there, went to the buffet to try and get a comped meal, instead was told I could get 1.00 off price of meal and my wife could get 70 cents off, wow,great comps---I felt like I had no chance to win, slots or table games, coupled with the tremendous comps they have, i would recommend shying away from this place,i wont be back
was egypt this good?
the food is reasonably priced. i signed up for a return visit via checking out grandview. if this is terrible somebody tell me. the casino was alive with lots of machines and a good amount of tables. i thought i even saw some 8/5 bonus poker, but i have not seen it on the sites that record this stuff. all in all a pretty cool place except like the last reviewer said resort fees.
Luxor 4 Stars (Would be 5 if no Resort Fee
Luxor Las Vegas Review (Sept. 2011): Hotel/Casino located near South end of the Las Vegas Strip nestled in between the Mandalay Bay and Excalibur hotels. Parking/Transportation: Didn't use their parking garage as we didn't have a rental. It's very easy to get around the neighboring two casinos, i.e. Mandalay Bay and Excalibur Hotels via their free tram system. If you want to continue on to the rest of the strip Northbound, you have to get off the tram at Excalibur and transfer to the Monorail, which you can hop on at the adjacent MGM Grand casino station. Gaming: I didn't see too many Blackjack $.25 machines, wish they had more of those. Drink service was ok, but could've been more timelier when we were playing Caveman Keno. The more video poker machines the better. Restaurants: Pyramid Cafe was ok. We took our meal to go. Had the ribs which were decent. There are two Starbucks inside the Luxor. One of them gets real busy, had a line halfway down the hall, the other end doesn't get as busy. Love their chocolate croissants... Rooms: We stayed at the Celebrity Spa Suite and received a real good discount on the jacuzzi suite. Well worth it, even though we got stuck with paying their rip off Resort fee charges. MGM - We do NOT want to pay Resort fees! Do I have to say it again? I will avoid staying at any MGM resort hotels as long as you charge these Resort fees. Harrah's doesn't charge any Resort fees, guess I will be staying with them more often in Vegas, oh well.
Not Bad At All!
We sort of liked Luxor. It's one of the bigger places and I am more fond of smaller casinos but for a large place it was nice. The elevators they call "inclinators" sort of go up and sideways at the same time and that's kind of fun. We played some slots and they had a great selection. The food is decent and we also played poker. They had some football drawings going and I won one of them so that was fun too. The staff was friendly, I think this is a keeper!
If Nothing Else, See BODIES at the Luxor
First off, I love the idea/concept of this casino. I love how many of the older hotels (Luxor isn't that old but you know what I mean) are themed. A Giant Pyramid that send a beam of light and illuminates the South Strip at night. How genius?!
Anyway, if you only see or do one thing at The Luxor, check out the Bodies Exhibit. It is not gross, but rather extremely fascinating. You even get to hold a real human lung! I'm telling you it's not gross at all. It's weird how all that stuff under our skin looks and this will give you a REAL look at it.
Luxor Las Vegas
This is the large casino on the Las Vegas strip that is in the shape of a pyramid. We recently visited The Luxor to see the Criss Angel Believe show. It wasn't as good as we had expected.
I have stayed at Luxor the past three years and will be staying this summer. In the past, if you stayed in the pyramid, you would find old worn-out rooms. They have been going through a complete facelift over the past two years and the last piece on the list is to renovate all the rooms. I don't know if the rooms have been done yet, so I would call and ask. The tower rooms are much nicer, worth the extra fee.
The decor was old Egypt, but the face lift is removing all of that. The new look is slick and modern. I liked the old look better, but I am an archaeologist at heart and that is what brought me to the Luxor to begin with. If you want a modern look, I think Luxor is getting it right. I have to admit that it works well and really looks nice, I just wish I could have bought some of the decorations they got rid of. I don't kinow when the renovations are expected to be finished, so you might run into some "work in progress" problems.
The food at Luxor is really good and priced well at both the back street deli and the pyramid cafe. I love to eat at both these locations. If you eat at the cafe, don't expect to have room for dessert. I have gone there for a late lunch and only ordered the apple tart, it is big enough for a meal. Just stay away from the buffet. It is one of the worst on the strip. The higher end restaurants are fine choices for a night out. Try the Cathouse for new take on fine dining.
Luxor is not a budget casino. Don't expect to find $5 blackjack or craps. You can find $10 tables early in the day, but these become rare at night, more so on weekends. I have never had a problem finding a table or playing the type of slot machine I want. Most of the time, cocktail service has been good. I have ALWAYS found the personnel to be great. The dealers are fun and professional, and most of the pit bosses ard kind. You have a Mr. grumpy or two in any casino, just pick a different pit if that happens.
The poker room is fantastic. It is medium in size. Big enough to have a fun time, small enough to feel like you are not a cog in a machine. I have never found nicer dealers. (there is one mean day dealer, you will know right away when she sits down) The rest are involved in the game and the players, making your stay much more interactive and fun. They have a way of opening up the table to having a good time. You will love the time at the table win or lose. (mostly lose if i'm there LOL)
I don't like the Bodies exhibit. It is a retread from the Tropicanna. I would of thought they could of come up with something new. The Chriss Angel show is also not getting good reviews. I can't say, it was not open yet last year.
I still like the Luxor overall. I will be happy when the renovations are done. If you stay there on repeated vacations, the VIP check-in is worth its weight in gold.
Took a side trip because they sent me a coupon
Luxor sent me a $25 free slot play coupon, so we took the monorail down there and walked over. I turned the $25 into $80 and we left. It was worth the trip.
I'd like to ride their elevators and would like to see their rooms. I've talked to some young people, they like to stay at Luxor.
Dark and Damp
Visited 7/10/08. The outside is the best part. Inside is dark.
Tables are too high and slots are tight. Not impressed. Self park was easy.