You are probably already aware that the theme of the Luxor hotel is ancient Egypt. Indeed, no need to make an archaeological dig, the Luxor can be spotted from miles away - thanks to its large glass pyramid, sphinx, and obelisk. The reception, restaurant, bars, and night club are housed in the pyramid, along with some of the guest rooms, whilst the remaining rooms are housed in the tower next door. If you have never been to Egypt in search of the pharaohs, this hotel will give you an Americanised glimpse of what you are missing out on, with columns, gilding, sphinx heads, and hieroglyphics galore. You are plunged straight into the fabulous world of Cleopatra, and just like the queen of queens, you too can enjoy a rejuvenating soak, albeit in one of the 3 swimming pools rather than a bath of donkey milk. Who knows though, you might find this particular treatment on offer in the Spa, with its hammam, sauna, jacuzzi, massage rooms, and gym, once again all decorated in the ancient Egyptian style.
Night owls will be able to strut their stuff on the dance floor of the famous Lax nightclub, which opened in 2007. The other Lax nightclub, in Los Angeles of course, is a well-known celebrity haunt. With no less than 6 bars in the hotel, you can really make the most of the nightlife. Just like all the hotel casinos in Las Vegas, there is a casino and a theatre where a large number of performances are staged (one-man shows, musicals, visual spectacles, etc.).