In ancient Egypt, a magnificent city sat beside the River Nile. Home to the pharaohs, the city of Luxor was one of the
wonders of the ancient world. Today that same magnificence lives on at the new Luxor Las Vegas. Where your balcony is inside
and so are the keys to sights unseen and pleasures yet untouched.
Where your walls are slanted and elevators move at a 39 degree angle. So come to this place full of flavor and charm
- this resort destination unmatched the world over.
Welcome to Luxor, a world of enchantment.
We have crowned the top with the world's brightest beam of light. It is our symbol of difference, of things new and unique.
Our beacon in the night is for people like you who seek thrills and good times. It pierces the skies. It
reaches your mind. It beckons you closer. Adventure is inside.Luxor Las Vegas recently completed the first phase of its
$300 million expansion. Two stepped pyramid-shaped towers, located between Luxor and Excalibur, added 1,950 guest rooms to
the existing 2,526-room megaresort
including an additional 237 suites. These new suites range from 490 square feet for a Parlor Suite to 4,800 square feet
for a Penthouse Suite. The deluxe rooms in the towers have both a shower and bath tub in the bathroom, a blow dryer, two phones
and a 25-inch television.
A moving walkway, located between the East and West towers, will transport guests to and from Excalibur.
Also new to Luxor is a full service meeting and convention facility. The 20,000 square feet of function space is located
on the casino level of the West Tower.
Luxor has substantially redesigned portions of the interior as well. The registration desk, as well as VIP check-in,
was moved to the front of the hotel.
The new registration desk has 33 windows, including VIP and disabled check-in. A new Tour and Travel check-in area with
bus parking is located at the entrance closest to Excalibur.
A new theater will arrive at Luxor in Fall 1997. The Egyptian themed Luxor Theater will offer 1,200 theater-style seats
for our new production show entitled "Imagine...A Theatrical Odyssey," created by Dick and Lynne Foster.
The showroom will have a stage with a fifty-foot-wide proscenium, two satellite stages, and state of the art lighting
and sound. The theater will be built on the Southwest corner of the pyramid and will connect to the main casino by a dramatic
New restaurants are also on the way - like Belzoni's Italian Café and the Luxor Steakhouse.
The new retail mall, Giza Galleria, will add approximately eighteen shopping outlets.
The new and improved 12,000 square foot Oasis Spa is now open and features twenty treatment rooms, two lounges on the
men's and women's side, and overlooks the new pool area.
Look for our King Tut Museum, which is coming back better than ever.
Only Luxor could dig up something this magnificent.
Isis: Sets a new standard in fine dining, serving the finest in seasonal dishes, Continental cuisine and calorie- conscious
offerings. Guests enter along the intimate colonnade walk of Carytid statues and through glass doors
with gold-embossed "Wings of Isis." Named one of the top 10 gourmet rooms in the U.S. by the "Best of the Best" Restaurant
Sacred Sea Room: Serves saltwater and freshwater seafood shipped in daily.
Murals and heiroglyphic reproductions of fishing on the Nile line the walls, and a wave-like blue ceiling mosaic with
matching plates provides the illusion of a cozy dining experience at "sea."
Papyrus: Features the juiciest steaks in town. From the broiler - New York trip, Filet, Porterhouse & Ribeye. Two
cuts of tender Prime Rib, Lamb Chops and Seafood. All dinners are served with salad or black bean soup.
Millenium: This high-tech restaurant features bold patterns and colors intermixed with neon and faux-industrial finishes.
Cuisine includes "Astral Appetizers," "Photonic Pizzas," and "Hyper-Space Salads."
Pyramid Cafe: This Egyptian-themed restaurant, open 24 hours, offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. Ancient gods and goddesses
line the walls, while a grove of palm trees flank the island booths. The special column treatments
are taken from the Temple of Luxor. Menu includes daily fresh-baked goods and specials for lunch and dinner.
Pharoah's Pheast: Uncover a wealth of savory delights at the all-new Pharoah's Pheast. We'll bring you all the treasures
of the world, prepared before your eyes. It's an exciting, upscale dining experience designed to indulge your appetite.
Nile Deli: A New York themed restaurant which offers traditional kosher-style deli foods. It's downtown theme is emphasized
by mahogany woods, display cabinets featuring colorful food items, mosaic ceramic tile floor and a leaded
LUXOR LOGO, Luxor's novelty shop, has all types of Luxor Logo items including T-shirts, hats, key chains, stuffed animals,
glassware, and many more items.
THE PARK AVENUE SHOP provides guests with a wide selection of men's, women's and children's activewear. The store also
stocks accessories and gifts.
THE SCARAB SHOP offers a collection of Egyptian gifts, souvenirs, and apparel featuring Nefertiti, Tutankhamun and Anubis.
Come into PHAROAH'S PHOTOS for all your film processing needs, including one-hour film processing.
SOBEK'S SUNDRIES offers newspapers, books, magazines, toiletries, tobacco products, candies and beverages.
Watch for the Giza Galleria coming soon! A fabulous forum for merchants and shoppers alike. With something for everyone,
your treasure hunt starts here.
Cairo Bazaar: Egyptian antiquities and artifacts.
Luxor Market: Sundries and snacks and so much more.
The Vegas Store: All of your favorite souvenirs to remind you of your stay in Las Vegas.
Ice Cream & Candy Store: A delectable selection of ice cream and candy to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Tiny Tuts: Toys, games and clothing for kids.
The Tie & Sock Shop: Ties, socks and accessories. Royalty Apparel: Featuring formal and casual wear for men and women.
Dandera's: Luxurious bath and body products.
Spirits of the Nile: All the makings and the mixings of a perfect drink.
Spirits of the Nile offers a large selection of imported wines, sparkling champagnes, your favorite spirits, and all
types of beer from imports to domestic.
Treasure Chamber: Authentic treasures from royal tombs.
3900 Las Vegas Blvd, South Las Vegas, NV 89119-1000 USA