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.
Rooms were clean, basic and dull although comfortable,no tea / coffee facilities,did have maid services hairdryer.looked out to back of building we were on ground floor which was easy to access all places.We were charged $70 each for use of pool and hotel which we did not expect or agree with..one of pools were closed the whole week we were there on enquiring we were told it was a weekend pool yet it was not opened at weekends. They had very few sunloungers that were freely available you could pay for upgrade or cabanas which were $70+ total money making racket..not acceptable in a hotel this size.We were out most days but felt disappointed on the days we did wish to use pool area.Will not stay here again
I have stayed in various hotels up and down the strip over the past few years and this place is by far the worst hotel I have ever stayed at in Las Vegas. No joke. This place was filthy, the pools were either closed or cloudy and the customer service was just awful. It was really obvious when we first walked in that it was dark and dank and kind of slimy compared to other hotels on the Strip. The bed was ridiculous because it was just a mattress on a wooden platform and the shade wasn't big enough to block the sunrise. There is no fridge or coffee maker in the bedroom and they only give you a bottle of shampoo and a bar of soup in the bathroom. I was really looking forward to staying here too. I brought a few friends with me this time and after about a day or so I felt really embarrassed about booking our rooms here. The food was really disappointing as well. I do not recommend The Excalibur. Spend a couple extra bucks and stay somewhere else. I've stayed at the Flamingo, Bellagio, & Monte Carlo. They were all better than the Excalibur because they are all cleaner hotels with better amenities and better customer service.
Just got back from a 3 night stay at Excalibur. It's an average property with basic amenities. We stayed in the Resort Tower (not the ones newly re-done) with a good rate. The room itself was a good size (king bed, small table with two chairs). It would have been nice to have a comfortable chair in the corner of the room - and there was plenty of room for it. Average cleanliness in the room itself - dust on the dresser, but floors looked good. The bathroom cleanliness wasn't great. Lots of leftover hairs from previous guests both in the shower and on the floor. Yuck. I'm also wondering how they clean their bathrooms. I took a shower the first day there and in about 10 minutes the shower tray was full to the top, the drain wasn't draining at all. We figured it would go down eventually. Three hours later, no difference at all. Engineering got it fixed and it was fine the rest of the stay, BUT, if the shower was being cleaned properly, shouldn't it have been obvious to housekeeping that there was a problem with draining? I'm guessing that they probably just "wipe down" the shower between guests. Ew. Other things to consider in a "basic" hotel room: There was no mini fridge, no bath gel, only a shampoo/condition combo, SUPER tiny soap dish in the shower so there was no place to put anything other than soap and maybe one little shampoo, no full length mirror in the whole room (even though there were plenty of places to put one). One good thing was there was a small magnifying mirror on the wall that extended away from the wall. This is a good perk. To sum up, if you want basic, this place is fine (as long as you can look past questionable cleaning). Staff was very nice.
After reading some bad reviews I was a bit worried about staying at the Excalibur! However I do believe in making my own mind up and I'm glad we did stay. We booked via Virgin Holidays in the UK and Excalibur was the second cheapest hotel available so I can't complain on that score. We arrived at approx 4pm in the afternoon and there was a long line to check in and we probably waited 30-40 mins. We had ticket for the 6pm Tournament of Kings show which we thoroughly enjoyed and if you've never eaten a potato like an apple before get yourself to the show!The rooms are basic but clean, could do with a bit of renovation but as we didn't spend a lot of time in our rooms it was fine for me and the rest of my family. The casino and hotel is quite compact compared to some of the others which is a plus and the hotel is connected to a few other local hotels via walkway and tram which again is a bonus. The casino does have an odour of smoke mixed with air freshener but it wasn't overpowering (I'm a none smoker that hates the smell of smoke so I was worried about this). The food court has plenty of choice.The pool water had a bit of a sheen on top so I'm not sure how often this is cleaned and they could do with providing chairs and tables for those people not wanting to sunbathe.The only downside was the resort fee / parking fee which for a week for 3 rooms and one car was $760 paid upfront and the only thing we actually got for it was a parking space, and free wifi, oh and a raggedy towel at the pool so it is a bit of a rip-off but all the hotels do it now! All in all the hotel is absolutely fine and I'd stay there again.
Hotel little dated but clean. Service was good. Buffet excellent huge choice and good value. Rooms cleaned well daily. If looking for fair price and basic this is the place to stay. Spent most time sight seeing so Hotel was somewhere we could just put our head down at night. Four pools which includes one children's pool. Looked clean and well kept, we didn't have a chance to use them though.
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- 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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