Luxor Las Vegas: Where Class And Sophistication Meet

For many people who have never set foot in Las Vegas, the hype is all there to savor. No mindless drinking and getting married at a whim! No slot machines! And certainly no getting home penniless. But this is not to say that you need to be there to experience Las Vegas. Having a life defining experience that matches up to the many stories you have heard from your peers all boils down to preparation.

Yes! In as much as it may seem like a bold and boring word, it certainly makes up for it when adequate preparation leads to a great time. When you plan to take a break and travel to Las Vegas, Luxor Hotel is not just a pipe dream, but one to be realized when you finally get to be wowed by its many luxuries.

With hardly a few months from celebrating its 25th anniversary, Luxor Hotel & Casino has come a long way. From a position of detached objectivity sort of a like a fly on the wall it is easy to downplay that. But like they say, you need to see it to believe it! Spread out over 120000 sq.ft., this expansive hotel and casino boasts of over 29 retail stores, 4 swimming pools, a salon and nurture spa, 4407 rooms, 87 tables and 2000 slot machines.

And that's just a tip of the iceberg, as locals are accustomed to saying.

Consisting of a staggering 30 floors, you forget that you're on the other end of Las Vegas Strip when you realize that you can see quite a great deal of surrounding areas from your hotel balcony. Located on the southern tip of the Strip, the hotel is surrounded by two bays, Mandalay and Excalibur. A pristine location, it doesn't come as a surprise that it was built at a cost of USD 375 million.

Luxor Las Vegas: Where Class And Sophistication Meet

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So many delightful treats await you on arrival that trying to take on everything at once can be likened to charging an elephant. You have the world famous Criss Angel performing his heart wrenching acts of magic once a year. Then there's the LAX Nightclub, which was officially opened by Britney Spears and just recently hosted Christina Aguilera.

And top all of that, you have the cream of the crop: The Luxor Sky Beam, which is the strongest and one of the longest beams of light shooting out from a pyramid into the universe. Visible from as far as 275 miles, this is a must see for any Star Wars fan.

It is therefore fitting that a resort like Luxor Hotel and Casino was featured in a host of movies and popular television shows, like Hangover, Fear Factor and CSI, as well as having its maiden appearance in a the video game 'Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas'. It is therefore widely considered as one of the best hotel destinations in the world owing to its postmodern architectural brilliance and savvy attractions.

So make a date with take a break travel, Nevada, and kick off your holiday break with a BANG with the company that was rated number one according to Yahoo Finance.

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