Excalibur Las Vegas

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3850 Las Vegas Blvd S.
Las Vegas, US
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A family friendly themed hotel on the Strip!

Best Feature: Tournament of Kings Show

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  • Near Attractions
  • Check-in at 3pm
  • Check-out at 11am
  • High-Speed Internet
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  • Check-In Age - 18+
  • 4,008 Rooms

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  • Multilingual Staff

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Excalibur Las Vegas Summary

Features: The Excalibur Las Vegas Hotel is a popular themed hotel in Las Vegas that is one of the more family friendly hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. Named after King Arthur's famous sword and modeled after his court in Camelot; the Excalibur has become an iconic Vegas property, with its colorful castle facade and surrounding moat.

Why We Stay: There is fun for the whole family on-site at the Excalibur Vegas Hotel, with a large area full of midway games for kids, and a hopping casino floor for adults. Here are some of the top attractions at the Excalibur:

  • Tournament of Kings: Tickets for the Tournament of Kings get you dinner and a show—watch as knights reenact the games and competitions from the medieval era.
  • Dick's Last Resort: The servers at this restaurant and bar don't pull any punches as they practice service with a sneer, which is all part of the theme and makes for a fun and unique night out.
  • Thunder From Down Under: An all-male revue show that features Aussie dancers—this is one of the most popular shows at the Excalibur Hotel in Las Vegas.

Inside Knowledge: The Wide Screen rooms at the Excalibur Hotel in Las Vegas come with flat-screen TV's and were remodeled in 2007, so they are still relatively new and have a modern look. This is in contrast to some of the rooms, that have scarcely been changed for over a decade, so the Wide Screen room is a good choice if you can get one.

Do's and Dont's:

  • Do Bring Your Family: Although the Excalibur Las Vegas has tried to remake itself in recent years as a more adult-friendly location, it is still one of the most family-friendly hotels on the Strip. After all, what kid doesn't love staying in a castle!
  • Don't Linger in the Lobby: Timeshare representatives can be found in every hotel on the Vegas Strip, but the rep's at the Excalibur are known for being particularly aggressive and long-winded, avoid hanging around the check-in area if you don't want to be approached.

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kaylamead0ws

Joined: February 2012

xxx.xxx.196.84

Overall:
1.25
Service:
1
Cleanliness:
1
Location:
2
Quality:
1

Would not recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 02/12

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Never staying here again

We stayed at this hotel last weekend for our wedding. We picked this hotel because it was cheap, but didn't expect it to be as awful as it was. We had 22 people with us so we booked 12 rooms - which you would think they would be happy to have us all there, not the case. I paid $20 to upgrade our room and we ended up having the same room as 4 other people we were with, who paid less than we did. I asked the person at the front desk about it and they couldn't have cared less and said that I could talk to the supervisor about it but that they probably wouldn't change our room or take away the fee. I walked away. A week before we were flying to Vegas, I called the hotel and told them that we had 24 people coming (including us) and asked if there was any sort of transportation or anything that they had to get us all from the airport to the hotel. I told them that I would be happy to pay for it. They told me no, their limos are reserved for the high rollers. Ok, I can handle that. I asked if we could have a limo to transport everyone to my wedding that was Saturday, again, no, you're not a high roller. So, I said ok, thanks and hung up. The beds are hard, the rooms smell funny and don't appear to be incredibly clean. There were no blankets on the beds, just double sheets. We asked for a King bed, and was told that they don't have King beds available. Really? I don't need 2 beds. I had to steal the double sheets off of the other queen sized bed in our room so i didn't freeze to death because the heater was less than adequate. The people at the front desk are rude and they don't seem happy to have a job, or your business. I told them we were getting married and I got a oh, that's nice. No congrats or anything. The casino is really smoky, not like the other casinos. There is an overwhelming smell of fake rose perfume that's in the entry way that made me want to gag everytime I came in the door.The nicest part of my trip was taking my bags to the holding area next to checkout. The men there were very nice and helpful. They put our bags on a cart and when we were ready to leave they brought our bags to the curb and hailed a taxi for us and loaded them. Checkout was a different story. The line is REALLY long and the people at the desk are still VERY rude.I will never stay at this hotel again. We spent most of our time in the other hotels on the strip and enjoyed every one of them. DON'T STAY HERE. IT IS AWFUL.

 

kaylamead0ws

Joined: February 2012

xxx.xxx.196.84

Overall:
1.25
Service:
1
Cleanliness:
1
Location:
2
Quality:
1

Would not recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 02/12

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Never staying here again

We stayed at this hotel last weekend for our wedding. We picked this hotel because it was cheap, but didn't expect it to be as awful as it was. We had 22 people with us so we booked 12 rooms - which you would think they would be happy to have us all there, not the case. I paid $20 to upgrade our room and we ended up having the same room as 4 other people we were with, who paid less than we did. I asked the person at the front desk about it and they couldn't have cared less and said that I could talk to the supervisor about it but that they probably wouldn't change our room or take away the fee. I walked away. A week before we were flying to Vegas, I called the hotel and told them that we had 24 people coming (including us) and asked if there was any sort of transportation or anything that they had to get us all from the airport to the hotel. I told them that I would be happy to pay for it. They told me no, their limos are reserved for the high rollers. Ok, I can handle that. I asked if we could have a limo to transport everyone to my wedding that was Saturday, again, no, you're not a high roller. So, I said ok, thanks and hung up. The beds are hard, the rooms smell funny and don't appear to be incredibly clean. There were no blankets on the beds, just double sheets. We asked for a King bed, and was told that they don't have King beds available. Really? I don't need 2 beds. I had to steal the double sheets off of the other queen sized bed in our room so i didn't freeze to death because the heater was less than adequate. The people at the front desk are rude and they don't seem happy to have a job, or your business. I told them we were getting married and I got a oh, that's nice. No congrats or anything. The casino is really smoky, not like the other casinos. There is an overwhelming smell of fake rose perfume that's in the entry way that made me want to gag everytime I came in the door.The nicest part of my trip was taking my bags to the holding area next to checkout. The men there were very nice and helpful. They put our bags on a cart and when we were ready to leave they brought our bags to the curb and hailed a taxi for us and loaded them. Checkout was a different story. The line is REALLY long and the people at the desk are still VERY rude.I will never stay at this hotel again. We spent most of our time in the other hotels on the strip and enjoyed every one of them. DON'T STAY HERE. IT IS AWFUL.

 

LVshowgirl

Joined: July 2011

xxx.xxx.128.83

Overall:
4
Service:
5
Cleanliness:
3
Location:
5
Quality:
3

Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 05/11

Went with:

Type of visit:

Excalibur Las Vegas - mommy loves the entertainment and starbucks!

This hotel is perfect for those who want to experience the strip but are traveling with small children. Tons of children’s entertainment and another bonus; two starbucks on the property.

Excalibur has several attractions that will make this vacation unforgettable. They have the Spongebob 4-D ride and an arcade called the Fun Dungeon. The best event is their “Tournament of Kings”. It’s a dinner show and children under 4 are admitted free. It’s an hour and half show with a three course meal. Also it’s a NON SMOKING event!!!

So when traveling with kids a good pool is key. The Excalibur has a great pool with a slide. What makes the pool guilt free when little ones are splashing and yelling is the fact that there is also an ADULT only pool so if someone is traveling without kiddos they can head over to that one. You won’t have to worry about people rolling their eyes when your kids does a canon ball.

This review was provided by one of our earlyvegas.com staff members and the content of the review is the opinion of our staff member. At the time of this review Excalibur was a paid advertiser, but we received no compensation specifically for this review.

y_bracken

Joined: February 2011

xxx.xxx.3.70

Overall:
2.5
Service:
2
Cleanliness:
1
Location:
5
Quality:
2

Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 09/10

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Excalibur Las Vegas - In need of updates

Basic rooms with small television, water had funny smell?? colors tend to get on your nerve. way too many kids if you are looking to enjoy the hotel wait until the kiddies are sleep!! Beware of timeshare people!! Overcharged on my visa for shuttle that never showed up at the airport!

dolphinlvr

Joined: August 2009

xxx.xxx.74.237

Overall:
2
Service:
2
Cleanliness:
2
Location:
2
Quality:
2

recommend to a friend

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Kid friendly, not adult

Kid friendly, not adultThe Excalibur is ok, the rooms were clean and the staff in the hotel were nice, it's only when you see all the other hotels that you realize that there are alot better places to stay, its great if you are on a budget or have kids, there are kids all over the place. We got the room at a really great rate...we know better next time to avoid the Excalibur, only because we wanted to have a grown up vacation and in all reality, we didn't.

Anonymous

Joined: December 1969

xxx.xxx.152.240

Overall:
3
Service:
3
Cleanliness:
3
Location:
3
Quality:
3

recommend to a friend

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Excalibur Hotel & Casino

Excalibur Hotel & CasinoStayed at Excalibur for 4 nights and found it to be fine. I was a little disappointed as we had booked a "view room" and the view was not great it overlooked the airport. The location was convenient and the room amenities were fine. Nothing spectacular but clean, comfortable and adequate. Cleanliness in corridors was not always up to par, but no problems with the room. I would use this hotel again and the price was decent.

Hello4

Joined: June 2009

xxx.xxx.159.96

Overall:
4
Service:
4
Cleanliness:
4
Location:
4
Quality:
4

recommend to a friend

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Great Time For All

Our family found Excalibur to be perfect. Reasonable rates, good room, wide selection of foods, pool, arcade, friendly and helpful staff. I didn't see the medieval jesters, jugglers, etc but that's OK. Great location for viewing the strip and good shopping in the resort and nearby. Four Stars!

JerryRite

Joined: June 2009

Overall:
3
Service:
3
Cleanliness:
3
Location:
3
Quality:
3

recommend to a friend

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Good value, good location, comfortable,

Good value, good location, comfortable,Close to the strip and major attractions, good service, average food but then you can always go out to eat if you're not happy with it. Alot ot do inside the hotel too..we will definitely go back.

Psychoman67 f

Joined: June 2009

xxx.xxx.143.78

Overall:
1
Service:
1
Cleanliness:
1
Location:
1
Quality:
1

recommend to a friend

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Nasty smokehouse, bad food, lousy room amenities, and where the heck is my luggage?

Nasty smokehouse, bad food, lousy room amenities, and where the heck is my luggage?When we pulled into the parking lot, it was nearly impossible to figure out where to pull up if you didn't want valet. (We never do). When I tried to get a luggage cart, the baggage attendant said "It's ok, I'll get it for you", but he took the baggage away claiming he'd bring it right up for us. 45 minutes after wife called for luggage, It arrived but nearly 20 minutes after the time stated it had left the baggage area. When I asked about the refrigerator that was supposed to come with the room. The polite employee informed me that they had to be requested, and that it was $20 more per day. Rather steep for an old, worn looking $100 refrigerator. He was kind enough to waive the fee, however. The advertised coffee maker was apparently not really included either. Along with a bath mat, or a place to hang a towel within reach of the shower. This is also the most expensive hotel I have EVER stayed at that didn't include wireless internet access. You can hard wire up to a LAN line for $12.99 a day, or we found wi-fi in the neighborhood of $7 an HOUR! I can't recall EVER having a hotel ask for money for it. Usually they either offer it free, or not at all. A call to the front desk confirmed that they did not offer coffee makers or microwaves. Motel 6 usually has coffee makers, and I don't remember paying more than $60 for a room without a microwave before. The bathroom was otherwise nice enough, but a shower/tub combo would have been easier to bathe the four year old. Speaking of the kids, it was impossible to get ANYWHERE in or around the entire building without walking through what has to be the smokiest casino I've ever encountered. Since there is no escaping these areas, we would have really preferred they up the ventilation a bit. The arcade area was a lot better, with "No smoking" signs posted prominently, there was a lot LESS smoking down there. Too bad that only one change machine could be found in a back corner that worked. Made it much harder to let the kids play. Saved a bit on video games, though. Got back to the room around 12:30, to find that housekeeping had not been there. A call to housekeeping was met with a snippy employee who said they'd be up, "Straight away". They eventually came after I left. They must have missed the plastic ice bucket full of water outside of our door. It was there when we checked in, and I tripped over it the next night, accidentally spilling water all over the hallway carpet. It disappeared the next day. During our stay we tried both their buffet and Cafe. I didn't know it was possible to master mediocrity quite so well. The food at the buffet was difficult to eat, and would have been considered pricy for the selection even if it had been prepared well. I was pleased at how cheerfully the busser was to clean my table of the food remaining on it after the hostess seated us. Apparrently, the 2nd time was the charm. Sherwood Forest Cafe proved that even breakfast can be done poorly, as my "Spicy" something-or-other omellete was about as flavorful as plain scrambled eggs, but for the fact that it was topped with a salsa that tasted like catsup with pre-cooked onions stirred into it. At least it gave me something to ponder while walking halfway across the smokey casino with the kids looking for the bathroom, as there wasn't one in or near the cafe. When I tried to pay with my Visa, the employee insisted I either sign the back, or write the words "Check ID" on the back with her sharpie. She explained that the management was very strict about this, so she could not accept my card without one or the other. I finally complied. The next employee I handed it to didn't even look at the back of the card less than 10 minutes later, or ask for ID. We did enjoy the "Tournament of Kings" Dinner show, even though it was a blatant Medeval Times imitation. The authenticity was even replicated in the food, proven by how authentically the Cornish Game Hens were prepared. I don't think anyone has been able to make them quite that dry in centuries! They could only offer soda for the kids to drink, because apparently milk and juices were not yet invented in the era they were depicting. When we noticed kids in another waiters area drinking milk, I was able to verbally wrestle our waiter into doing the same. He returned about 15 minutes later with ONE milk in a styrofoam cup. For over $61 per person, including our 4 year old, we would have also liked a restroom there as well instead of having to leave and wander the arcade looking for it during the meal. Children 3 and under are allowed to sit on a parents lap and share their meal, all others pay full price. No discount offered for guests of the hotel. "Dick's Last resort" was not bad. This is a franchise where the main hook is that the service is poor and the help is blatantly rude. I believe the Excalibur found themselves the perfect proprietors, as this is there specialty anyway. The food wasn't bad, and I'd go there again, the only reason I would enter the Excalibur again. In short, there are only 2 reasons I can think of to enter the Excalibur: 1: Dicks Last Resort. This is the only one for hundreds of miles, and the experience is one not to miss. 2: You're a smoker, you're already in Vegas, on that end of the strip, and you're out of cigarettes. And money.

cbecker72

Joined: June 2009

xxx.xxx.81.162

Overall:
3.5
Service:
3
Cleanliness:
3
Location:
5
Quality:
3

Would recommend to a friend

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Cheap, close to lots of attractions

Cheap, close to lots of attractions. I recently returned from a trip to Vegas and stayed at Excalibur for the third time in as many years. The price, for its location on the South Strip, is UNBEATABLE. I mean, really, how much are you in your hotel room in Vegas?!? Yes, it is dated and a little cheesy looking, but it was a bed and a bathroom and that's all we really needed. The casino is nice sized and very uncrowded compared to others in the vicinity. The food court has a good selection of standard fast-food fare, and there actually a couple of respectable, reasonably priced sit-down restaurants on the property. And, the pool has been well upgraded recently. So, if you are looking to spend your money in Vegas on something other than an over-priced hotel room that you will hardly spend anytime in, I highly recommend Excalibur!

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Anonymous

Overall:
5
Service:
5
Cleanliness:
5
Location:
5
Quality:
5

Would recommend to a friend

Date of stay: 05/2006

Went with: extended family

Type of visit: Leisure

My Stay At The Excalibur

I Loved The Service And The Cleanliness of the Hotel. The staff and workers were soooo nice to me and my family.I would recommend this hotel trip to anyone who wants to get out of their town and go to Vegas.

Excalibur Las Vegas Guest Rooms

Excalibur Widescreen Room

Choose between one King or two Queen beds in the Spa tower—rooms come with 42-inch plasma screen T.V.'s and docking stations for MP3 players.

Deluxe Suite

This condo-style suite in the Excalibur Las Vegas offers two rooms. One with a King-sized bed, jacuzzi and large bathroom. The other is a spacious living room with a comfy couch, coffee table, bar and a flat screen television.

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Excalibur Las Vegas Shows

Cheap
$57
SEATS Best
$57

A raucous, medieval time for the whole family, Tournament of Kings in the Excalibur is a dinner theater event for the ages. Cheer for your section's knight in the battle against for King Arthur's kingdom. Feats of strength include horseback jousting and sword fighting. A three-course meal is served sans utensils, and getting messy and screaming for victory is heartily encouraged.

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$40
SEATS Best
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Do you think that the boys at Thunder From Down Under in Las Vegas know that in America thongs are underwear and not flip flops? Who cares?! We like the thongs that they wear and we will never tell them the truth if that is the case. What they don't know doesn't hurt them, and seeing all these gorgeous lads strip is definitely not hurting us either!

Excalibur Las Vegas Restaurants

A raucous, medieval time for the whole family, Tournament of Kings in the Excalibur is a dinner theater event for the ages. Cheer for your section's knight in the battle against for King Arthur's kingdom!

Feats of strength include horseback jousting and sword fighting, and dancing maidens provide some much needed estrogen to the experience. A three-course meal featuring a roasted game hen is served sans utensils, and getting messy and screaming for victory is heartily encouraged!

The anything-goes party atmosphere of Dick's Last Resort makes for more then a meal but a night of entertainment. Located at the Excalibur Hotel and Casino, the wild staff here is the opposite of hospitable, they're down right rude. However, it's all in good fun as this serves as pure comedy. Lewd comments are hurled at guests in a joking manner. This is the perfect place for large groups or birthday parties as the servers joke about your friends in a way you can't help but appreciate. Besides the crazy antics, the food here isn't half bad. Actually, it's pretty good. We suggest Bubba Dick's ribs and the mile-high peanut butta pie for dessert.

If Excalibur doesn't come to mind when considering fine dining destinations, it's time to take a closer look. The Steakhouse at Camelot offers delicious selections of classic steakhouse fare for an affordable price. If you're dining on a budget, there's even a three course special for only $30!

Menu items are served ala carte and sides are large enough to share, which is great considering The Steakhouse at Camelot is one of the most family friendly steakhouses in Las Vegas.

The Sherwood Forest Cafe in the Excalibur Hotel and Casino features a full menu of classic American favorites for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This cafe is also popular for their affordable breakfast specials starting at $6.99 and a great happy hour serving $2.50 beer and $5 appetizers. They also offer extended hours for late-night cravings and breakfast for early risers.

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Roundtable Buffet Las Vegas at the Excalibur on the strip has all of your favorite foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  At the Roundtable Buffet, the plates are gigantic and you'll have no problem piling them high with prime rib, deli meats, salad, pasta, eggs, pancakes, waffles, sausages and you name it.  The Roundtable Buffet has a fun medieval theme that kind of makes you want to throw on a suit of armor for a jousting match.  Just be sure to gnaw on a big chicken leg first.

Legendary rock group Lynyrd Skynyrd opened its first and only tribute restaurant in the Excalibur in December of 2011. Simply named Lynyrd Skynyrd BBQ & Beer, the restaurant serves signature Texas BBQ-based entrees, along with a full bar featuring Jack Daniels and other Lone Star State favorites.

Excalibur Las Vegas Nightlife

2

The energy runs high at Octane, inside the Excalibur Hotel and Casino, where the rock and roll and motorcycle decor draws in those who are prone to living life on the wild side. From real bikers to aspiring bikers, everyone will find something to enjoy about Octane, especially since the drinks are always flowing, and the rock and roll never stops.

Octane's staff is one of its best features, the bartenders are all dressed in leather, and are likely to start dancing on the bar when a song comes on that moves them to do so. The casual feel and confident theme of Octane always lead to a good time.

Excalibur Las Vegas Pools

3.5

The quintessential family-friendly Vegas pool at the Excalibur is the type of place that your kids will beg you to bring them to. It's not just the Medieval Castle theme that makes the pool a magical place for kids, but also the waterslide and the variety of pool toys that can be rented.

And if the din of kids' noises is exactly the thing you want to escape in Vegas, the Excalibur still has you covered with the adult relaxation pool, which is only accessible by guests 18 years and older.

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