They've moved their room more than once in the recent past so that gets quite annoying after a while, but it seems they've settled next to the sportsbook (again) for now. Can get a bit cramped on the weekends; not a real "room" - roped off section.
The Luxor does have it's share of loyal locals who regularly play, but it's rather easy to spot them and stay out of their way. The $1-$2 NL game attracts younger tourists who play with a lot of naked aggression. Very easy to stack players if you're patient
Other than the competition, the dealers are the only other reason why I play in tis room. The dealers are competent and very friendly, especially on the graveyard shift. They keep the game going at a fairly good pace and are knowledgeable on the rules.
Some of the waitresses here have the biggest breasts in town, but are otherwise not that attractive. Their speed is fair, but they're not very friendly
The floors are generally well organized and very friendly. If they recognize you from previous sessions, they'll go out of their way to make you feel comfortable and be more generous on the comps (see below)
No players card or any systematic comp system. Just $5 comp cards that you can use around the hotel. Room rates are terrible and offer only a slight discount from the normal prices.