When visiting Las Vegas, you cannot miss visiting the Luxor Hotel and Casino. The Luxor the second furthest south mega-resort on the Strip. The Luxor is the one in the shape of an Egyptian black pyramid. It shoots a high beam (understatement of the day), out the top into the sky that can be seen from space. The Luxor features hotel rooms in the pyramid and they only want to bet to them is not an elevator. Rather you take an inclinator as it travels diagonally.
As for the wedding chapel, the decor is covered in marvel. The decor is not Egyptian. We would call it the French Renaissance. When entering the chapel, we were greeted by a sign stating to enjoy a self-guided tour of the chapel. We thought this was not a personal touch. However, there were people working behind the main desk that I am sure would answer any questions if we were planning a wedding.
Just past the front desk, we were shocked by the above sign, “The Chapel at Luxor – By entering this chapel you agree that your image mat is broadcast on the internet. Then, you can see the look of the hallway into the two chapels. The decor is very elegant and top-notch. See below.
Finally, we have chapels. There are two chapels to choose from at the Luxor. All deposits to reserve the chapels must be received thirty days prior to the event. Don’t forget to bring your marriage license, unless the event is vow renewal of commitment ceremony, or else they cannot perform the wedding festivities. Keep in mind also that you cannot bring in your own flowers, photography, videography, ministry unless purchased from the Luxor Chapel.
The least expensive wedding package starts at $299 with a twenty guest minimum. The packages increment from there and top out at $1625 – The Diamond Package. The Diamond package includes the chapel, music, bridal room, rose bouquet, certificate holder, champagne and champagne flutes, photography, photos, DVD, photo album, and hotel room. Additional services include webcasting, additional chapel time, champagne service, and photography upgrades.
Luxor Wedding Chapel
If wedding planners, brides, and grooms, are looking for a location to hold the wedding reception along with the wedding chapel for the ceremony, check out the Luxor Ballroom. They have their own catering team, offer help in decor, floral, entertainment, and ice sculptures. Groups of 20 or more can be accommodated in the facility. Cake and champagne packages start at $16.95 per person and food menus start at $24.00 per person. The Luxor also has additional eating facilities for groups including Tender steak & seafood, Rice & Company, More the Buffet, Tacos & Tequila, and Public House.
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