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February 26, 2005
Although the rooms in the pyramid open up onto terraces overlooking the largest atrium in the world (filled with a bustling casino), we didn't notice any noise when we were trying to sleep.
The Luxor is on the far south side of the strip and is connected by a monorail to Mandalay Bay and Excalibur. It's also conveniently located to Treasure Island and MGM Grand. This hotel is not a convenient place to stay if you plan on spending your time in the Aladdin-Paris-Bellagio-Ceasar's-Venetian shopping area.
If you decide not to stay here, definitely make the trip to the Luxor just to check out the atrium and the awesome over-the-top decorations.
From journal Long Weekend in Vegas, Baby!
May 15, 2004
The unit was well equipped with a nice sized kitchen, ironing board with iron, and built-in hair dryers. The unit had been recently updated.
From journal Vegas Vacation
San Antonio, Texas
April 5, 2004
I would only recommend this resort as a "last resort"
From journal Turning 21 in Vegas
They did not have a lot of amenities to offer. The swimming pools were a big letdown. The laundry facilities were inadequate. Thankfully, we did not really spend any time here other than to catch a few hours of sleep before heading out to the strip.
New York, New York
February 24, 2004
From journal Leisure in Las Vegas
December 24, 2003
The location is good as it's easy to get to the strip. The lobby is directly in back of the Imperial Palace. They were in the process of building the monorail which is between the Imperial Palace and Leisure Resorts.
The pool was not heated and in October the nights get quite cool. The week we were there, it was very warm during the day; however, the water was too cold.
From journal National Parks and Las Vegas Vacation
December 16, 2003
The resort was conveniently located one block from the strip, a very easy walk for healthy people. We chose this resort for its location to the strip. It is best not to try and drive to the casinos on there, just leave the car and walk or grab a taxy or the bus. The traffic is bad and often we saw accidents. The new monorail station has been completed and is located beside the resort. We didn't use it but is quiet and easy to get to.
We didn't hear from the resort employees, so they were good about leaving us alone. We got a knock on the door twice for service, and we exchanged dirty towels for clean ones and got coffee. They of course offered to clean the room, but we were still asleep. My husband and I stayed out just about every night and didn't get in until morning. It was nice not to be bugged by the resort. We have stayed at other resorts around the country and have been WOKE UP by the resort wanting us to look at their property.
The resort did offer activities but we didn't take advantage of them. There are probably better looking places to stay in Las Vegas, but as far as location you can't beat it.
From journal living las vegas
November 15, 2003
The shuttle service at Leisure Resort was great, providing us access to all the main areas of Las Vegas at $10.00 per person per week. Easy access to the strip through the parking lot of Imperial Palace, who provided a shuttle from the back to the front of their lot. Freemont Street at night, the Bellagio water show, the Volcano at Mirage, and the Pirate Show at Treasure Island are "must sees"
From journal Las Vegas, Great; Leisure Resort; Not great
October 30, 2003
From journal Las Vegas
October 26, 2003
The rooms were a good size, clean, and in good repair. The pools and outside common areas were very dirty. There was so much dirt on the chairs by the pool that we could not even lay outside. There is noisy construction over the resort because the new monorail is practically over some of the buildings. This contruction also causes a lot of the dirt and dust outside the resort. The resort does serve a nice continental breakfast and a bagel breakfast.
I would have like to seen the sidewalks and the pool area more clean. You also became filthy if you touched the railings going up any of the stairs. We had a whole week but we checked out after five days to a better resort because our allergies could not handle the dirt and dust outside.
From journal las vegas wedding