El Luxor Hotel es un hotel y casino localizado en el Strip de Las Vegas en Paradise, Nevada. Fue uno de los primeros megaresorts completamente alusivo a un tema. Las excavaciones para el Luxor empezaron en 1991, el mismo año en el que empezó el Treasure Island y el actual MGM Grand. Su tema es del Antiguo Egipto y contiene un total de 4408 habitaciones todas ordenadas en su interior como una pirámide hueca y con dos torres ziggurat gemelas que fueron construidas después. El hotel se llama así por la ciudad Luxor (antigua Tebas) en Egipto, por el Valle de los Reyes, Karnak y el Templo de Luxor, y otros monumentos faraónicos, pero no por las pirámides, puesto que ninguna de ellas tiene ese nombre.
|Lunes||10:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Martes||10:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Miércoles||10:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Jueves||10:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Viernes||10:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Sábado||10:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
|Domingo||10:00 AM – 10:00 PM|
Kayla Jodway | nov. 17, 2017
This might have been my favorite exhibit we visited while in Las Vegas. You start with a ticket for an actual passenger on board. You go through learning about the difference in first, second, and third class all while viewing artifacts from on board. Scattered throughout are stories and quotes from passengers on board. As you continue it’s like you are living through the night the Titanic hit the iceberg. It explains in depth everything that happened from the beginning of building the boat through the retrieval of the ship and artifacts from the ocean floor. The big piece that was recovered is actually on display in the exhibit. At the finish of the exhibit you can check to see if the passenger ticket that you were given was a survivor from that night.
Theresa Nunez | sep. 13, 2017
Well worth the price and it is a great experience. The walk through of the exhibit will take a while and they do not allow photos of the exhibit. At the beginning of the tour you get a card on who you would have been on the ship and some of their background, at the end you can see if you lived or died. Throughout the tour (non-guided) they made the rooms to look and sound like they would have on the ship which I really enjoyed. During the middle of the walk through I ran into a guide and ended sticking with her because she was giving additional detail and made the tour so much better. She was really awesome and I enjoyed listening to different back stories of different people on the ship. Her knowledge of the Titanic and the details of everything was amazing, she was great.
Tam Labossiere | feb. 8, 2018
Such a great experience. A great job done. Would recommend to anyone.
R C | feb. 20, 2018
Waited 1.5 hours in a line of 20 people to get a ticket. Ended up not going as the service was so bad.
Jason Henry | oct. 25, 2017
Nice experience. Gives you a glimpse of life aboard the fated Titanic. No cameras allowed, but you can find enouph pictures online to give you an idea of what to expect. Also I liked the way that they assign you an actual passenger from the Titanic, it helps immerse you in the experience, as well as remind us of all who were lost.
FitzeesMrs | may. 16, 2018
I love the Titanic, so I made sure to go by this exhibit when I was in Vegas. We did the cheaper "self guided" tour. Loved the big piece of the ACTUAL ship they have on display & the story of how it got there. Lots of artifacts from the ship to look at & a big model of the front of the ship as it sits today. The Big disappointment was you could not take any photos or videos of anything. But overall it was worth it to come see the Luxor & the Titanic exhibit.
Sara Rigg | abr. 3, 2018
My family has always been interested in the history behind the Titanic and went to the first exhibit in Seattle back in 01’. We revisited this year in January and absolutely loved it. The tour guide at the end near “the big piece” was very informative and helpful for our experience.
Paul Rennie | may. 26, 2018
The way it is laid out is excellent Really poignant accounts of the tradgedy. The pics of hull is stunning. Ps: you don't need audio option
Dhaixa Romero | may. 22, 2018
Good overall but it's not worth the 32$. If you can get a Groupon then definitely go check it out.
Pant 81 | may. 11, 2018
Very cool... a lot of artifacts and a huge piece of the ship. Was way worth seeing
Kirk Ramanauskas | jul. 8, 2018
It was a nicely done museum, a variety of items. Mostly personal effects from passengers, but still interesting to see. Highlights were the many ton portion of the ship they were able to bring up. That thing was massive and neat to see. They also had a recreation of the grand staircase and lobby in actually size. Of course you are able to stand on the staircase and have your photo taken for a fee. I forget the price but it was very reasonable, especially when you consider that they also email the copy to you as well. I wish more places did that.
Aida Ramos | jul. 24, 2018
My 8 yr old son and I loved this exhibition. They give you a card with the details of an actual passenger that was on the Titanic. At the end you see if the person made it. Great way to be a part of the experience. The artifacts are very well presented. I'd go back.
Maria H | jul. 27, 2018
This place is amazing. It is a great way to reflect on life and the events that have transpired. If you take your time to read everything it will take you about an hour and a half. Read the story to your passenger that they give you in the beginning and see if they survived that night.
lindsay wilhelm | jul. 14, 2018
I was so excited to see this exhibit when we visited Vegas and I was blown away. Pictures wouldn’t even do the exhibit justice as they created such a fantastic ambiance between lighting and sound for each room. Definitely recommend visiting this exhibit if you’re in Vegas, it’s worth the $32.
Cindi Torres | jul. 29, 2018
I have been enthralled with the story of the Titanic for a very long time and have watched the movie every time it is on tv. I loved seeing all the items from this ship and imagining the time they must have had in 1st class. Sad that it ended so tragically. I would have taken pics to share but they weren't allowed.
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