LAX at Luxor
A massive iron and glass doorway marks the entrance to LAX Nightclub at Luxor. Beyond the doors, you’ll find a grand staircase leading down to 26,000 square feet of party space. In early 2015, Urbane Design’s Kurstin Schmitz got the chance to transform the club into a sleeker, more modern version of itself as part of a million-dollar makeover. The old gothic-inspired red and black palette has been replaced with contemporary metallic tones in bronze, gold and silver while the ornamental wrought iron remains prominent in the décor. An updated lighting system shows off the venue’s sexy new style.
On the second floor, seven luxurious private lofts seem to hover over the dance floor offering aerial views of the action below. Guests seated in this area enjoy VIP service with all the amenities and have a private area to dance, saving them the walk downstairs.
Throwback Thursday is a night dedicated to the popular music of the ‘80s-00s. On Friday and Saturday nights, LAX presents emerging artists and Commercial Pop featuring today’s most popular music and remixes. Interactive performances bring performers and guests together throughout the venue providing a unique experience.
LAX customer service goes the extra mile when you reserve table service. Instead of waiting in line, head to the VIP lounge, order up a drink to get you started, kick back and listen to the DJ until a host arrives to show you to your table inside. The lounge is located beneath the entry stairway in the space formerly occupied by Savile Row
Additional VIP seating is available in front of the main stage as well as adjacent to the dance floor. Booths along the stage are considered prime seats and are often used to put celebrity guests on display. With a bar at either end, guests have easy access to cocktails and female guests enjoy complimentary drinks from 10:30 pm until midnight every night.
Located at the south end of the Las Vegas Strip, LAX offers a good alternative for guests looking for a more intimate environment than provided by a megaclub such as Hakkasan but slightly bigger crowds than Ghostbar, The Bank and other boutique nightclubs can accommodate.
LAX is on the casino level of the pyramid next to Public House restaurant. From Valet Parking, go through the main entrance and to the left.