Pool at Luxor
The Luxor has created a pool oasis that features four large sections of pool area totaling 19,000 square feet. The pool deck at Luxor is one of the largest in Las Vegas with 125,650 square-feet of space. Those who register with the pool attendants can get complimentary towels, lounge chairs and enjoy the personal service of the Luxor's poolside beverage attendants.
The hours of the pools vary during the season, but are generally open from 9 a.m. until early evening. Admission is free for hotel guests and $10 for locals and non-hotel guests.
Locals and non-hotel guests may also purchase the use of a cabana.
Luxor also offers a wristband for purchase at the spa for use of the pool area. The cost of the wristband is $10 per person. Children under 5 are free. All minors must be accompanied by a paying adult.
Luxor will also feature a Paid Access Only Area beginning May 14. Guests may gain access to the area for the day by renting a cabana, daybed, VIP chair or regular chair within the area. Guests in this area will have a cabana host to help with any requests. Complete food and beverage service is also available at an additional cost.
During this time, the entire deck will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Three pools will open at 9 a.m., with the last pool opening at noon.
Guests not wishing to have access to this area will be able to get regular deck chairs on a first-come, first-served basis, or rent one of Luxor's South Cabanas at a slightly reduced price.
- Handicap accessible: (ADA-compliant)
- 21+: Yes
- After hours: No
- Live music: Unknown
- Private rooms: Unknown
- Private events: Unknown
- Reservations: Unknown
- Bottle service: Unknown
- Cover charge: Yes for non-guests
- Locals free: No
- Locals' night: No
- VIP Area: Varies
- Payment options:
- No credit cards accepted
- No checks accepted
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