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Excalibur Hotel and Casino Las Vegas

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Our stay at the Excalibur was not that long. We went in for a day or so and then left. The time that we were there was very enjoyable. We spent most of our time doing things around the hotel and not as much in the room. For the time that we were in the room we can say that the room is comfortable for 4 people unless they have a lot of stuff with them. The casino is very interesting decorated. It still follows the theme of the castle but it is more based on the outer architecture than internal. We were very glad that there is a free monorail that transfers people between the three casinos because it allows you to travel between them with ease. There are some people movers and hall ways that can confuse people because without knowing you can end up at the Luxor. The games are always fun and there are times when you can learn how to play table games. The staff there is very friendly and we had all of our. questions answered. If you are planing to come with kids then you can take them to play at the Fun Dungeon.

“Tournament of Kings”  tickets start at $57
Jousting Dinner Show:
Monday: 6 p.m.
Tuesday: Dark
Wednesday: 6 & 8:30 p.m.
Thursday: 6 & 8:30 p.m.
Friday: 6 p.m.
Saturday: 6 & 8:30 p.m.
Sunday: 6 & 8:30 p.m.

Thunder From Down Under(B) Preferred Seating – $50.95
plus tax & service fee
(A) VIP Seating – $60.95
plus tax & service fee
Showtimes:
Monday – Wednesday: 9 p.m.
Thursday; Saturday – Sunday:
9 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Friday: 7 p.m., 9 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Must be 18 or older to attend.
Guests 18 to 20 years old must
be accompanied by an adult.
Gentlemen welcome.
All prices are plus tax and $6.00
handling fee.
Group Rates available for parties
of 10 or more.

The Australian Bee Gees
(C) Reserved Seating – $44.95
plus tax & service fee
(B) Preferred Seating – $54.95
plus tax & service fee
(A) VIP Seating – $59.95
plus tax & service fee 
Showtimes:
Saturday – Thursday 7 p.m. 
Dark on Friday

Fun Dungeon
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Wednesday
(11:00am to 9:00pm)
Thursday – Friday
(11:00am to 11:00pm)
Saturday – Sunday
(10:00am to 11:00pm)

To book a room visit http://http://www.excalibur.com/ and tell them that Vegas Reviewer/ Vegas Hotel Review sent you.

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  1. This is the worse review ever!  Rather than providing a review – what one likes/does not like this is just a basic description of the hotel/casino features.  Tell me what you like and what you don't like.  Why should I stay there or stay away.  Give me your opinion rather than just an overview of what's on their web page.

  2. We just got back from our 2014 vegas vacation. We loved the Excalibur. It was kind of low keyed. We didn't have to worry about getting trampled on like we did at  MGM. The pools are very nice. Good selection of eating places. Loved being able to go right into the Luxor and Mandalay Bay. Walk out and onto the bridge to the New York New York and the MGM. We never ran out of things to do. Our room was newly decorated and very nice. Loved our stay. Only bad thing was we got scammed with a Wyndam vacation representative there. Another story though. Just walk away or run fast if one approaches you. We lived through it. Excalibur itself is great.

  3. I hate the Excalibur. The casino is okay. The rooms are okay, but its on the south end of the strip which I hate because all the better casinos are up. I wouldn't stay here.

  4. Price ok if you just want a crash pit. Location great. Go see the Australian Bee Gees, but avoid the Italian restaurants lasagne between lunch and dinner. Got the two bob bits with interest.

  5. Damn, they must have spent a fortune remodeling. I went less than two years after it opened and the room decor would make you laugh. It was as gaudy as could be with striped wallpaper and corny pictures of knights and kings with jousting tournaments. About a few years later, I read a few reviews and was shocked how badly it had gone downhill. Some reviewers were upset that the hotel was in such a state of neglect that many rooms had wallpaper peeling off and huge drink stains on the carpet. Fortunately, the Circus Circus management must have woken up and ordered a massive remodel. I mean the rooms do not bear the slightest resemblance to what I remembered!

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