Visitors to The Luxor experience the luxuriant lifestyle enjoyed by the ancient Pharaohs. The hotel, with its 4,400 rooms, is the second largest hotel in Las Vegas (and the eight largest in the world). Fun fact: the original pyramid builders were apparently more skilled than the modern day ones. Shortly after the Luxor pyramid was completed, it was discovered a corner of it was sinking. Guests can choose standard hotel rooms, or stay in suites with multiple TVs, bathrooms and a wet bar. Rooms in the pyramid can only be accessed by a riding an elevator up the pyramid's slanted sides. The Luxor also features what no Vegas resort would be complete without: 120,000 feet of gaming space. The non-gaming inclined can watch the shows put on by the slew of entertainers who call The Luxor home. The resort also has over a dozen places to dine (including Starbucks, which means all-night gamblers can stay awake and caffeinated). Guests can also visit the spa, play a round of golf, splash in a pool, or get married in a distinctly non-Egyptian manner.