The object is the most popular housing in the 22-year history of the site.
At the Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, travelers talk and post messages.
According to the travel recommendation platform Tripadvisor, the Strip Hotel has become the most popular accommodation in history: more than 48,000 reviews.
On Tuesday, Tripadvisor noted that in January it reached the milestone of 1 billion reviews and opinions.
Tripadvisor was founded 22 years ago by current president and CEO Stephen Kaufer, Langley Steinert, Nick Shanni and Tom Palka. The company said that this milestone came after announcing that it had gained half a billion reviews and opinions in 2017.
Official description of the object on the website:
“The pyramid at the Luxor resort in Las Vegas with its beam of light provides an amazing sight even on the frankly glamorous Las Vegas Strip. One of the most recognizable buildings in Las Vegas, the 30-storey pyramid – an architectural marvel – arouses curiosity, and the interior rewards visitors with equal excitement, mystery and intrigue.”
Luxor has received 48,268 reviews on Tripadvisor with an average rating of 3.5 stars out of 5, which the site describes as “Very good”. This hotel is ranked 158th out of 290 hotels in Las Vegas. Users rate it 4 out of 5 stars for location, cleanliness and service, but 3.5 out of 5 for “value”.
In most reviews, Luxor is rated as 5 stars (“Excellent”) or 4 stars (“Very good”): 14,277 and 14,333, respectively. About 9,847 users rated it 3 stars (“Average”), then 4,997 users rated it 2 stars (“Bad”) and 4,830 users rated it one star (“Terrible”).
The best review as of Tuesday morning was written by a visitor from Sacramento, California, who gave Luxor 5 stars overall with the comment:
“The view was so good that the registration wasn’t cool, the mobile app was over, everything was pretty good. well spent money, we parked everywhere, it was good, so we didn’t drive for hours, Luxor was a great choice.”
The second 5-star review titled “Escape from the Pyramid” contained a long treatise that said:
“The room was CLEAN, spacious and with a modern decor. There was no refrigerator or microwave oven, they are only in the suites. I wish I knew that in advance, but always be prepared. The reception staff was VERY nice. Ask Cleo! She offered excellent restaurant options, 3 in the order of the price range.”
Two 5-star cars were followed by a pair of clunkers with 1 star. The first one said:
“Everything in the room was broken. Nothing seemed to be working properly. We waited 5 hours for the TV to be fixed. The air conditioner/heater was broken, so we had a very cold weekend. The number is very outdated. There were extension cords in the room, which I had never seen before, even in Circus Circus. Wow.”
The business traveler said in his 1-star review:
“Staying in Luxor, I was honestly upset, I had to score it. We got to our room and there was someone’s clothes, there were also stains all over the pillow, we asked them to do something and it took them a while, I called the front desk and they just called to check that they would come change the sheets.”
Source: Gaming America