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Took my mother and daughter there in 2000. The accomodations met the needs of my mother who is in a wheel chair. My teen daughter really loved the young peoples entertainment arcade which is the best I’ve ever come across and the Casino was just fine. But the place made us feel, well, as if we WERE in a tomb! The ambiance a bit too correct, perhaps. The place felt kind of…dank, dark, damp. There is a real plus if you are bringing family, though. Location! The Luxor is close by other Hotels that have family friendly offerings, with a convenient monorail to transport you. My daughter and I had previously stayed at the Excalibur, so we didn’t go there there (they do have a Medieval Horse Show and Dinner which is great fun for families with kids. We did spend time at MGM which has an amazing Jungle Habitat for several Lions set-up in the Hotel Lobby. It was truly a fascinating take and FREE! We also took in NY-NY which is another hotel that appealed to my teen daughter. She rode twice on their enormous roller coaster ride which travels outside the building as well as in. And she loved going through shops that cater to young people (and their parents who have more than chump change).
Was staying at the Luxor back in 2001 or 02 can’t recall exactly what year. Arrived via California with my family and I had a great time staying there. The whole theme of Egyptian culture was great not to mention the shape of the hotel was that of a pyramid, the rooms were amazing and I would love to stay there again.over 5 years ago
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RandomSanDiego asks,“We're planning a trip to Vegas over the holidays and are considering staying at the Luxor (we usually stay at another Casino on the Strip). We've got a toddler in tow (Vegas with a toddler...yah, we must be insane!)...how child-friendly is the Luxor? I” over 6 years ago
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