Excalibur Hotel & Casino
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The Excalibur Hotel is a good, affordable choice for a Las Vegas Strip hotel. It's a little on the older side but if the price is right, it's well worth it. You can also upgrade to one of the 2000 newly renovated Widescreen Rooms which are much nicer than the Standard Rooms. If you are looking for good value on the Strip, also check out the amazingly renovated Tropicana right across the street from the Excalibur.
Excalibur is a kingdom where Medieval meets magical, transporting you back to the medieval days of King Arthur with a 265 foot-high bell tower standing guard over the moat, the large castle entrance will enchant you with action, adventure, and value for the whole family. Planted on the south end of the Strip next to the Luxor, the Excalibur is a symbol of this hotel's firm placement in the Las Vegas mix. Enjoy complimentary monorail service between Excalibur, Luxor and Mandalay Bay.
The property had its heyday however its very outdated. The rooms are decent in size but could use updating. The staff from check-in to maid service are extremely courteous and pleasant. Gaming can be fun at times however you will be dealing with newbee early 20s somethings trying to learn how to gamble and asking lots of questions. This is one of MGM Resorts budget properties so you might see undesirables running around the area. The Pool is actually well maintained and has an awesome vibe. I would recommend getting a cabana, they are very affordable at this property compared to other properties. Pool staff keeps the drinks coming!Other then the very few negatives i mentioned which really are not negatives I would highly recommend this property if you are on a budget.MGM didnt built a parking structure for the new T-Mobile Arena so if there is an event, good luck on finding parking.
Went to vegas for friends wedding.chose the Excalibur mainly on price as we were on a budget, rooms were spacious, clean and provided everything we needed. We did spend a night in "dicks last resort" (a restaurant which the hotel) which i wouldn't recommend. I have visited a dicks last resort before, so i understand that the staff are meant to be rude, however our waiter just kept asking for a tip and hardly said another word to us.Location was perfect for us as we were basically at one end of the strip which allowed us to walk up to the other end and back down again most days which ensured we got to see everything!Overall this hotel cannot be faulted for the price you pay.
Our arrival didn't start out well.Navigating parking was not that easy. Took 3 trips around as we didn't realize you have to pay to self park on their property or pay to valet park even though you are staying at their hotel! This is one reason I didn't give it a 5 star. The other reason is the resort fees! Pretty ridiculous to have these extra fees when you are coming to Vegas to spend your money gambling, buying gifts, eating at their restaurants. The resort fee and the tax on the resort fee is almost as much as the room price during the week was!We were told by one staff member this is at all the hotels, which we learned that isn't the case. We had a rental car and ventured out stopping at other hotels parking garages and did not have to pay.The lady behind the registration desk understood our frustration and went to her manager and had our parking fees waived.Overall the staff we encountered during our 5 day stay were all very friendly, courteous and helpfull. The rooms are basic, clean and comfortable I will rate the staff and rooms a 5.I would stay here again and recommend to my friends
We arrived on Thursday morning with "early check in" and went up to our room in the resort tower. We called housekeeping to ask for 2 pillows to be brought up to our room. About 20 minutes after making that call, we received a call from a female, who asked for us by name, stating that she was from the front desk asking us if we received our pillows yet. When we said no, she said she will have them brought up shortly. She then told us there had been a computer problem and that our credit card information needed to be re-entered into their system. She said she could take the information over the phone and that we wouldn't be charged again for anything. When we replied that we aren't giving that information over the phone, she asked for our credit card number a second time. When we said we would be down to the front desk personally, she then ended the phone call. Shortly after the call, we went to the front desk and asked for a manager. We were told that nobody from the front desk called and that staff would never ask for credit card information over the phone. The manager said security would speak to us to file a report and inspect our room phone. Unfortunately, it took 2 more conversations with mangers, and another 24 hours later before security came to our room to take our report. After talking to security and hotel managers, we completed our report and had been informed that several people have reported this same type of scam at this hotel. We felt that we should've received compensation for our time and inconvenience and one of the hotel's supervisors, "Danielle", did make sure that we received compensation. We stay at this property 5-6 times a year and although the rooms are basic and could benefit from upgrades, our beds and pillows have always been comfortable. This is one of the only hotels on the strip that offer early checkin as well as late checkout til 3pm for a small additional fee. It has a nice food court upstairs in the hotel with plenty of fast food options that are open late. Downstairs has an arcade for the kids as well as a Dairy Queen. Hotel staff has always been friendly and helpful.
The Excalibur hotel 3850 Las Vegas Boulevard SouthLas Vegas Strip19th November to 26th NovemberWill where do I start first the cheek in desks are in the middle of the hotel and so you have to drag you cases around 300 yards thouru the casino that was greet,Then I have a 90 waiting time in line greet fun after you have just come of a 12 hour flightThe rooms are a good size but as is the rest of the hotel badly needs new carpets and redecoration Carpets in the halls and the main floor held together with gaffer tape the walls bits missing where trolleys have crashed into them The sfaff don’t ask for any help as not interested I asked 4 times and 4 times told to go to see this man or that woman but still no help so I gave up asking only interested if trying to sale you something like show tickets ect,And after booking out I checked my c.c 4 days after and found $0.05 from the Excalibur what is that all about So in short don’t go thereI don’t expect an answer from the Excalibur but hay ho
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Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 4,000 rooms in two 28-storey towers
- 5 restaurants
- 5 lounges & bars
- 24 hour room service (fee)
- Pool bar (seasonal)
- Snack bar (seasonal)
- 2 pools with waterfalls and slides
- Beauty salon
- Valet laundry service (fee)
- Video arcade
- 100,000 square ft. casino
- Medieval Village shops
- 900 seat 'Tournament of Kings' dinner show with jousting knights and fire-breathing dragons
- Fantasy Faire features strolling medieval performers, carnival games & two magic motion-simulator rides
- 'Thunder from Down Under' Australian male revue show
- Comedy club
- Wedding chapels
- Golf nearby
- Parking (fee)
Hotel Rooms include:
- 1 king or 2 queen beds
- Cable TV with pay-per-view movies
- Iron & ironing board
- Bathroom with shower only
- Max occupancy 4 persons
Note: At least one person per room must be 21 years of age or older to check-in at this hotel.
Kid's Deals - Kids under 12 stay for free; pay a special rate including airfare and transfers when sharing a room with an adult using existing bedding. Max 2 kids.
Early Booking Bonus - This hotel may offer early booking bonuses at certain times of the year. If early booking bonuses apply to your vacation, prices shown online have already been adjusted accordingly. Please inquire for complete details.
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Excalibur Hotel & CasinoLas Vegas,United States
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3850 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109-4300
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