Luxor Hotel & Casino offers 4,405 rooms and 471 suites at the south end of the Strip. The iconic sphinx in front of the pyramid houses the porte-cochere. Pull into the porte cochere on the south end of the Strip, a 10 minute drive from the airport. Recumbent statues of Anubis guard the front entrance. Check in at the lobby desk where previews of Luxor’s Blue Man Group show are played. Luxor’s rooms are built along the wall of the pyramid with an atrium in the center. As a result, guests ride an inclinator instead of an elevator. Guests can view the atrium level and all of its attractions from the floors above. A Pyramid Suite offers a room with two queen beds, an armoire and a TV. The living area in a Pyramid Suite seats two with a table, coffee table and TV. The bathroom in a Pyramid Suite features a marble countertop, walk-in shower and standard amenities. A whirlpool tub boasts two seats and a window view in a Pyramid Suite. The Egyptian theme is shown on an armoire in a Pyramid Suite. Pyramid Suites include a mini-fridge stowed in a cabinet under the television. Egyptian decor extends to elevator lobbies. Two towers north of the pyramid offer 22 stories of rooms and suites each. The entry to a Luxury Tower Suite features a table, flowers and mirrors. A Luxury Tower Suite offers a living area with a dining table for two and a desk. Three or four guests can watch TV comfortably in the living area. A bedroom in a Luxury Tower Suite features a kind bed, lounge chair and bench. The bedroom includes a mirror, art, bedside tables and soft lighting among earth tones. The bathroom in a Luxury Tower Suite includes a bathtub and a walk-in shower. Both are tiled in light colors for a warm, spacious feel. The bathroom boasts a double vanity with marble countertops, standard amenities and a wide mirror. A pyramid-shaped soap is shown with Luxor’s complimentary toiletries. The Luxury Tower Suite comes with a safe and a full-sized ironing board. A coffee maker, coffee and teas are provided in Luxury Tower Suites. A bar area is shown in a Luxury Tower Suite. A Luxury Tower Suite offers an expansive view looking toward McCarran International Airport from the towers north of the pyramid. The entrance to the casino floor is flanked by massive Egyptian-themed statues. Tender Steak & Seafood serves more than a dozen types and cuts of beef, along with seafood, lamb and poultry. Guests can also grab a drink at Tender’s lounge area by the bar. Guests can dine on-site at Rice & Company, an Asian restaurant featuring Chinese and Japanese food. Rice & Company serves sushi, sashimi, teriyaki and more in a casual atmosphere. Guests can dine and sip on Mexican for lunch, happy hour, dinner or weekend brunch at Tacos & Tequila. Guests can grab a drink at the Public House on-site. Public House is a bar and restaurant surrounded by screenings of sporting events. The Buffet operates from breakfast to dinner with casual American fare from pizza and omelette stations to a salad bar and carving station. The Luxor offers guests in search of nightlife the recently renovated LAX Nightclub and five other bars. LAX Nightclub hosts Throwback Thursdays and Top 40 Fridays and Saturdays for partygoers. Colorful lamps surround the Centra bar and lounge on the casino floor. Luxor’s Flight bar offers $5 shots, cocktails and beer. The Aurora bar offers bar top games so guests can drink and play without going far. The Blue Man Group Theater can also be found at the atrium level. Blue Man Group returned to the Luxor last fall after a stint at Monte Carlo, and combines comedy, music and dance in the nightly performance. Tickets start at $74.90 not including taxes and fees. The Blue Man Group theater has a gift shop for fans. The Atrium Showroom hosts the comedian Carrot Top and Fantasy, a topless dance revue. Award-winning comedian Scott Thompson (aka Carrot Top) has performed at Luxor’s Atrium Theater since 2005. Currently, shows are at 8 p.m. nightly, but dark on Tuesdays. A topless revue so popular it’s run for more than 15 years, FANTASY showcases dancers’ aerial silks, pole work, ballet technique and burlesque charm. A figure of magician Criss Angel is displayed. Angel, in partnership with Cirque du Soleil, performs his show ‘Believe’ at the Luxor. ‘Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition’ and ‘Bodies’ are attractions offered at the atrium level. A man looks over a model of the Titanic in the lobby. The Luxor has three pools but only the North Pool is open all year long. The 5-acre pool area offers 21 private cabanas. Luxor hosts LGBT pool party, Temptation Sundays seasonally. Mandaday Place, a retail and dining mall connects the Luxor and Mandalay Bay resorts. A free tram passes connects the Excalibur, Luxor and Mandalay Bay resorts. A gift shop at the Luxor offers Egyptian-themed merchandise. At 42.3 billion candela, the Luxor Sky Beam is the strongest beam of light in the world. The original statues of Amun, in the form of a ram protecting King Taharqa, were displayed at Egypt’s Temple of Amun. Replicas are displayed outside the Luxor.