Though the Luxor isn't one of the best hotels on the Strip, you do get to sleep in a pyramid. But with the unusual architecture, a transition away from the kitschy Egyptian theme and ongoing renovations, staying here is hit-or-miss. Guest rooms, divided between the pyramid and tower, feature vaguely art-deco furnishings and marble bathrooms. Opt for the newer tower rooms, which have better amenities; pyramid rooms are darker and don't have bathtubs. Avoid lower floors in the pyramid, which vibrate all night long thanks to the LAX nightclub downstairs. On the other hand, if you stay in the pyramid, you get to ride the Luxor's unusual high-speed elevators, or 'inclinators' because they must travel at a 39-degree angle. Not recommended if you have vertigo.