With 4,473 rooms and suites, Luxor Resort and Casino is the second largest hotel in the United States. The Egyptian-themed resort has been ranked as one of the top 50 resorts in the United States by Gourmet Magazine. Luxor is home to the relaxing Oasis Spa, nine exceptional restaurants and cafes, five sparkling swimming pools, the unique performance ensemble Blue Man Group, the hip nightclub RA, the adventurous Atrium Level and more than 120,000 square feet of exciting gaming action.
- Pyramid Deluxe rooms are decorated in warm tones, and the amenities include color TV with remote, pay-per-view movies, cable, air conditioning, telephone, high-speed Internet access, AM/FM radio/alarm and TDD equipment upon request. Irons, ironing boards and hair dryers are available in all rooms.
- Several restaurants are available - The Luxor Steakhouse, located on the Casino Level, decorated in finely crafted cherrywood and richly upholstered booths; it offers an extensive menu. A dining option with a twist on tradition, Fusia, offers cuisine where the main ingredients are familiar but exotic flavors create dishes redolent with spice, color and always revealing a hint of the unexpected. The Pyramid café, on the Casino Level, offers a wide range of breakfast, lunch and dinner selections. The Pharaoh's Pheast Buffet features a selection of all-you-can-eat entrees, appetizers, salads and desserts and made-to-order cooking stations. The Backstage Deli offers kosher-style deli foods in a New York-themed setting. The Food Court offers guests a quick snack or a coffee at the Luxor Coffee
- The onyx-hued pyramid stands 30 storeys tall and is topped by one of the world's brightest beams of light. In addition, there are two 22-storey towers to complement the dynamic pyramid.
- The large-size lobby is graced by an awe-inspiring, life-size replica of the Great Temple of Ramses II, which rises 35 feet into the expansive atrium to greet visitors. The adjacent registration area features exquisite marble flooring and intricate murals depicting scenes from daily life in ancient Egypt.