The Excalibur Hotel is like a big fairytale castle, with brightly-coloured turrets on the outside and a Medieval jousting show on the inside.
You can’t miss the Excalibur, with its fairytale-like turrets coloured in Pantone shades of red and blue. It’s not only its looks that will appeal to both the young and young at heart – there’s a family-friendly Medieval show, a waterslide and a massive arcade.
The Excalibur’s central location on the strip makes it a great base for exploring. With a choice of four pools, dining options to suit all moods and a selection of live shows, there are plenty of reasons to stay put, too.
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Spa at Excalibur and Fitness Center
Spread over 13,000 square feet the spa and fitness centre overlooks the pool. Here you'll find state of the art fitness equipment and a range of massages and treatments.
Enjoy a relaxing cocktail at the Sherwood Bar, or indulge in a few games of video poker.
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resort tower king double room
resort king tower double room
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Very nice hotel
My girlfriend and I enjoyed our stay at Excalibur the rooms were clean and big enough the bathroom was nice. Casino was huge and there are plenty of food places to choose from. We got it cheap enough and felt we got value for money it's across from the MGM and is right on the strip which is excellent More
Little annoyances add up
My husband and I just returned from staying at the Excalibur over St. Patricks day weekend. We honestly reserved this hotel because he got a deal through hotels dot com, since it was his first trip ever to Vegas we had to stay on the strip. We knew in advance about the extra resort fee, and the fee to park. We were not happy with them, but even with the extra fees Excalibur was the least expensive for the weekend on the Strip. We arrived on Wednesday around 4:00, we were a little confused as to where we should go to park and the line for Check in was extremely long. but it only took about 20 minutes to fully check in, so that was nice. When we checked in we were surprised to find out that we had to tell the clerk exactly how we wanted to park for the next four nights. We were torn since we were currently in self park, but were thinking of valet parking for most of our stay since we had a couple late nights planned. Thankfully we were able to leave Self park and go to Valet. We gave our bags to baggage so that they could take them to our room. When we got to our room, at the end of the hall (not really great but the walk was not that bad) we found out our keys didnât work. So it was a trek down to the front desk to reconfigure our keys. We asked her to call for our bags to meet us in the room, which was great. I am glad and happy with the check in desk. We finally got a key to work and we headed back up to our room to find out we had a lovely view of the roof and air conditioners of the casino floor. Oh well, they have to give someone that room, might as well be us. It took about 45 minutes to get our bags to our room, ok we were on a little bit of a time crunch at this time, but we were still ok. We changed for dinner and headed out to valet, where we had to pay for the first night, the valet clerk explained parking MUCH better (Or so we thought) it took about 30 minutes to get our car. (Not that it matters but we tip when we drop off our car and when we pick it up so tipping doesnât get you any faster service in case you are wondering, not a big deal its just the way it is done here). When we got back to our room, we found some odd things that will prevent us from staying here again. First there are outlets on the lamps to plug in your cell phone, etc. however neither of our chargers actually fit in the outlets (he has a Samsung I have an apple). So I unplugged the lamp from the wall to plug my charger in there. When I did that I noticed that as I was plugging in my charger I could actually move the wall and the outlet. OOOOOOKAYYYYY safety hazard, but sparks were not flying so ok. We then realized that the blind on the window did not fully cover the window, that there was about an inch on each side that let sunlight into the room (as we were facing east we got the lovely morning sunâ¦) we tried to close the curtains on either side of the three foot window, only to discover that they donât move. So while in Vegas, where we were out late several nights, we got woken up with the sun rise. Wonderful. Additionally his room key didnât work, that night, but since my did we were ok, we actually had to reconfigure our keys a total of three times during our stay. Moving into the bathroom, which was nice and roomy, I discovered the next morning that there was no safety bar in the shower, and it is slippery in there! A simple safety bar would have been nice, and would have made me feel a lot better about taking a shower. Additionally there was nowhere to place my shampoo, conditioner, etc. The exhaust fan was really weak, and the steam in the bathroom was impossible to get rid of, making the bathroom and shower all that more slippery. Neither of us drink coffee, and I know the hotel wants you out of your hotel room to spend money in the casino, but the fact that there is no coffee pot in the room is a total money grab. We went down to the lobby and the line for coffee was always at least ten people deep. If youâre going to charge for coffee at least have more than one poor soul making coffee. We went to the pool only once, they have four pools. We didnât go to the adult pool, and one pool was in the shade and closed the day we went. We went to the pool with the slide first, and it was COLD!!! We stood in the pool for awhile until we went to the other pool that was heated. When I walked in I grabbed the handrail to get in. Thank God I did, as I slipped and fell when I was walking in. I donât really know how long I was down on the ground, but NOT A SINGLE LIFEGUARD asked if I was ok. Granted my husband was there, but I was clearly on the ground and he was shouting are you ok? Oh well life happens I guess, but what are lifeguards for at a pool if they donât make sure people are ok? Friday and Saturday night valet was full for new cars, thankfully they still accept hotel guests, and cars that have already checked in for that day, so even though the sign said valet was full we were able to park our car in valet. Wait times throughout the trip for valet were not too terrible, but still a little long, we just had to learn to account for the extra time. However, I think we were double charged for our last night in Valet, but since the parking fee is so confusing I donât really know, and itâs not worth the $13 to complain, as Iâm sure I would be treated with contempt, and i got the feeling that we as guests do not matter We most likely wonât be staying here again, as all of the little things added up to big annoyances.More
This was our 6th trip to Vegas but our first time staying at this hotel. We had no issues with checking in or out. The room was clean and wi- fi had good strength. This is an older hotel, but I didn't think it was in too bad of need for renovations as some other reviewers have stated. This casino has that air-freshener smell that some of the casinos have on the strip which was a little overbearing at times. My one complaint was that we couldn't go to or from our room without being harassed by someone from the hotel trying to sell us tickets to something. More
Casino/hotel is nice, but they nickel and dime you to death! $8.00 charge just to park there and spend your money there. Plus the ATM has a $6.99 fee. Just ridiculous. We attended a wedding here which was nice, but could have skipped the rest.More
Short break in Vegas
Stayed here last week for 5 nights, Fri to Wed had a resort view room which overlooked new York new York hotel, the arena and the rear side of Bellagio and caesars palace. the hotel and casino are one of the older ones on the strip but from what we saw it is kept clean and tidy, our room was clean, air con worked very good, bed comfy only negative is no tea or coffee making facilities apart from that they have everything else. the casino area is much the same as any other full of slots and tables the food court area had plenty of choice and prices were much the same as most other places, the location is at the southern end of the strip within easy reach of bus stops and has a free tram to mandalay bay and luxor hotels. would certainly recommend a stay here as it is value for money.More
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