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Address:3900 Las Vegas Blvd South

Zip-code:89119

Main Phone Number:(702) 262 - 4000

City:Las Vegas

State:Nevada

Country:United States

Website:www.luxor.com

Metropolitan Area:NEVADA

Short Description:

Luxor Las Vegas is a hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada.

Total Meeting Space:100000 (in square feet)

Property Brand:Luxor Las Vegas

Meeting Rooms:

For a small group of 50 or a large group of 1000, Luxor's flexible meeting space is ideal for meetings, banquets, conventions and more. State-of-the-art conveniences and highly trained staff are here to cater to your every need. Whether it's a private meeting, a rewarding incentive occasion, or a full-sized convention, Luxor goes above and beyond the call of duty to make your gathering a top priority.

Description:

Ground was broken for the Luxor in 1992 and officially opened eighteen months later at 4 A.M on October 15, 1993, to a crowd of 10,000 people. When it opened, the pyramid, which cost $375 million to build, was the tallest building on the strip and contained 2,526 rooms and a 100,000 sq ft (9,300 m2) casino.The resort was financed by “petty cash” earned from other Circus Circus Enterprises properties and did not include any outside financial investors. A theater and two additional hotel towers totaling 2,000 rooms were added in 1998 for $675 million. When the resort opened, it featured the Nile River Tour which was a river ride that carried guests to different parts of the pyramid and passed by pieces of ancient artwork on a river that encircled the casino. The casino also featured King Tut’s Tomb and Museum, a duplicate of King Tutankhamen’s tomb as found in the Valley of the Kings near Luxor, Egypt. In July 2007, owner MGM Resorts International announced plans to thoroughly renovate the Luxor, spending $300 million to remodel 80 percent of Luxor's public areas, removing much of the ancient Egyptian theme and replacing it with more adult-oriented and modern lounges, restaurants and clubs. On May 7, 2007, a vehicle exploded in a Luxor Hotel parking garage due to a home-made bomb which left one dead. Local authorities believe the victim, a 24-year-old employee at Nathan’s Famous hot dog restaurant in the Luxor food court, was the intended target. The hotel was not evacuated, operations continued uninterrupted, and the parking structure as well as the casino were undamaged.

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Designed by hotel architect Veldon Simpson and interior designer Charles Silverman,the Luxor has received recognition as being among the most recognizable hotels on the strip because of its unique design. The main portion of the hotel is a 365-foot (111 m)-high, 30-story pyramid encased in 11 acres ...

Luxor features comfortable and spacious accommodations ranging from standard rooms to extravagant suites. Plus, Luxor offers everything you’d expect from a Las Vegas hotel – from fabulous entertainment and dining, to non-stop Las Vegas casino action.

At 42.3 billion candela, the Luxor Sky Beam is the strongest beam of light in the world. Using computer designed, curved mirrors to collect the light from 39 xenon lamps and focus them into one intense, narrow beam, engineers say that a person could read a newspaper by Luxor’s Sky Beam from ten mi...

Let us create your unforgettable Las Vegas Wedding, Commitment Ceremony or Vow Renewal. Whether you envision a classic intimate ceremony or a more extravagant event, the Luxor will create the wedding day you've always dreamed of. We take care of all of the details from the flowers to the food.

Be part of all the excitement and take advantage of Luxor's nightlife. Try your luck on one of our more than 1300 slot, video poker and multi-game machines with denominations ranging from $0.01 to $100. For Slot players, Luxor has hundreds of options from which to choose. From traditional "reel" slo...