About Luxor Hotel & Casino
The highlight of Las Vegas' Luxor (named for an ancient Egyptian city) is its 30-story glass pyramid with a 315,000-watt light beam at the top. The pyramid houses 2,456 guest rooms and suites including 236 spa suites that feature city views from private spa tubs. After hitting the casino, guests can relax with a seasonally inspired treatment at Nurture, the Spa at Luxor or take a swim at one of the resort's four swimming pools (one is topped by Egyptian pillars with goat busts shooting water from their mouths).
Nightly entertainment is only a step away, with shows like CRISS ANGEL Believe™ from Cirque du Soleil, Carrot Top, and FANTASY, an adult-themed revue. Guests can browse shops in the bazaar-style shopping center, the Giza Galleria, or take the 300-foot sky bridge connecting the property with the Mandalay Bay Resort by Mandalay Place, an upscale shopping mall. Other diversions include BODIES...The Exhibition and Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition.
Luxor is part of MGM Resorts.