The Luxor was a great experience and was able to fit all of my needs. The only down side was it was really noisy and hard to hear people during dinner
My Fiancee Timothy Urain and I, Kristy Keithly began our stay at the Luxor on June 22nd, 2006.
Our first experience and only experience to get married. I had arranged previously our wedding
at the Luxor wedding Chapel thru Tammy. We were told we could have a civil ceremony,
leaving Religion out, as we do not believe in that. This is the reason we chose to get
married here at the luxor. Tammy told me when we had arranged it, that she was our coordinator for the wedding and to leave everything to her. So we put our trust in her.
June 24th, 2006; We turned in the marriage license around 11 AM. The wedding was to begin at 2:00 pM
The wedding did not start until almost 3:00 Pm As we were waiting on our bouquets to arrive. My music was missing for the ceremony, but I said it was okay, to start without it. I told Tammy it was okay the flowers didnt get there, we had fans, we could use instead.
Tammy postponed our wedding and began another one instead, leaving me standing in the hallway for everyone to see until my mom asked for a room for me to sit in. I became very dizzy and nausesas while waiting.
Pros: Good Parking, Free Valet
Cons: Poor Customer service, Rude and total disregard for your feelings.
Didn't spend much time at the hotel but it was a reasonable price, and was in great condition since it is relatively new. The hotel cleaning staff took the donuts that we had bought for breakfast so we ended up having to go buy more. A great hotel if you don't mind walking since it's at the very end of the Strip.