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Luxor Tower Room?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Jane42, Jan 7, 2015.

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  1. Jane42

    Jane42 Low-Roller

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    We stayed in a Luxor Pyramid room last time and was a bit claustrophobic.

    Received an offer for the Tower Room. How is this comparable to the pyramid room. Are they closer to the elevators. Due to some health issues, walking to our room last time seemed to be quite a hike.

    Thanks in advance for any info you can give me.
     
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    REELmoneySlotFan High-Roller

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    Slotchick High-Roller

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    The tower rooms are much nicer than the pyramid rooms. The pyramid rooms can be claustrophobic the higher up you are as they get a bit smaller. Depending on where your pyramid room was, if it was down and around the corner it can be a hike. To get to the tower elevators is a bit of a hike and depending on where your room is you could be going down a long hallway.

    My advice would be if you are willing to stay in a pyramid room ask for low floor and close to elevator, tell them you have health issues and they will usually try to accommodate. The walk to the tower room elevators could pose an issue if you found walking to a pyramid room difficult at times.
     
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    I stayed in West Tower last month and it is pretty far from casino- it is near the spa and their convention rooms. If you get a tower room maybe ask for East Tower? The entrance to that tower is definitely closer to the lobby/casino, but I don't know if there are long hallways inside the entrance before you get to the elevators.
     
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    I always stay in the East tower and it's not too much closer from the casino than the West tower is.
     
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    Jane42 Low-Roller

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    Thanks for the replies and the video! I have some thinking to do...
     
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