The world's largest
pyramid is on The Strip, guarded by the mythical Sphinx
and outlined by ethereal strobe beams which climb the
angles of this futuristic complex. Feel the soothing
hands and waters of the Oasis Spa, as you revel in the
hedonistic pleasures of ancient Egypt where pharaohs
ruled the fertile Nile Valley of the sun god Ra. Part
the waters in four shimmering pools, shop in an Egyptian
bazaar at the Giza Galleria, and marvel at the
groundbreaking multi-sensory entertainment of Blue Man
In the main
Luxor hotel pyramid building, there are 2,526 rooms and suites. All rooms
have sloped walls and
banks of windows with views of The Strip and surrounding mountains
and a door that opens to overlook the pyramid's interior atrium.
There are 1,950 additional rooms in the adjacent tower just north of
the pyramid. The rooms are accented with wooden furniture that's
etched with Egyptian characters.
The hotel has seven restaurants. Isis, named one of the top 10
gourment rooms in the U.S. by the "Best of the Best"
Restaurant Guide, features the finest in continental cuisine and
special dishes; Sacred Sea Room, the freshest seafood prepared in an
extensive variety of styles from American, Europe, and the South
Pacific; La Salsa, the best Fresh Mex on the Strip; Luxor
Steakhouse, serving USDA Prime Aged Beef; Hamada of Japan offering
traditional sushi in a contemporary setting; Pyramid Cafe, just
about anything you want; Papyrus, Cantonese, Szechwan, and other
specialties from the Pacific Rim; Pharaoh's Pheast Buffet, serving
breakfast, lunch, and dinner; Nile Deli, full kosher-style deli with
oversized sandwiches for the hearty appetite.
"Blue Man Group: Live at the Luxor" took up residence in
the Luxor Theater in March 2000. Three men in blue greasepaint
present this weird but wildly inventive and funny show.