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Luxor noise question

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by mainframe, Jul 13, 2018.

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  1. mainframe

    mainframe Tourist

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    Hey all,
    I recall staying at the Luxor one time in the past where I had a "run of the house" room and ended up with a low-floor pyramid room. My stay started on a saturday night and there was a good amount of noise and big base speakers booming from either a nightclub or the casino floor. The noise wasn't as bad on Sunday night, and was almost non-existant the rest of the weeknights.
    I booked a pyramid room for my next trip. I guess I can ask for a higher floor. Do you know if the rooms on the low and high floors of the pyramid all are the same size, or do you lose real-estate when you get a pyramid room on high floor? Anyone else have issues with noise on low floors? Are towers very quiet?
     
  2. Grid

    Grid Well-Known Member

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    Here is a picture I took from Luxor. As you can see, the balcony floors all jet in as they rise to the top. So the SQFT of each room gets pushed in toward the center as it goes up. IE the same SQFT in each room as you go up.

    No worries about getting a smaller one as you climb. If you did want more space, the Tower was your best option.

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  3. FLHfan

    FLHfan Low-Roller

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    Yes, the tower rooms are quiet unless you get noisy neighbors. Most of the noise consists of loud moaning :kiss: and a little headboard banging :bang: but it usually only lasts a couple minutes.
     
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  4. h0llywood

    h0llywood VIP Whale

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    When u say in the past, are you referring to when LAX was open? That night club has been gone for a while now so your concerns may be alleviated. Unless you're hearing Criss Angel partying through the night i think you should be ok regardless where you are.
     
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    Vegashoneymoon2015 Newbie

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    I was on casino floor right outside backstage deli and the elevators and I never heard any noise. I assumed the doors were soundproof as it was so quiet
     
  6. PsyDoc

    PsyDoc High-Roller

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    I have stayed at Luxor twice and was staying in pyramid rooms on a lower floor both times. There were no issues in terms of noise. That was, however, a long time ago.
     
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    NeonTurtle14 Hot Dogs and Buns

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    I stayed in a tower premium room in May and checked out a day early. The room next to mine (a suite with the connector door to my room) was having a loud frat party (not exaggerating) until the wee hours of the morning and the front desk and security slap on the wrist did nothing to actually end it. In addition to walls being paper thin the service was horrible. They wouldn't even let me move rooms since it was after midnight (some limitation of their computers they were trying to explain). Would not go back, for noise and service issues as a result.
     
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