Excalibur Hotel & Casino
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In the heart of the world renowned Las Vegas Strip lays the luxury Excalibur Hotel and Casino. You can retreat from the lively streets below to your calm and comfortable Excalibur hotel room. By staying here, you are just a stone’s throw away from the city’s best attractions, casinos, shops, restaurants and clubs.
All stylish rooms feature warm and comfortable tones, quality wood furnishings and excellent modern amenities. Each room has a flat screen cable TV, hair dryer, iron, refrigerator and air conditioning. You can choose from a room with one king-sized bed or two queen-sized beds. Enjoy excellent views of the Las Vegas from many rooms in the Excalibur Hotel.
The complex features an excellent non-stop Casino complete with a Poker room, hundreds of slot machines, classic table games and a sports book. There are also four luxurious pools, two water slides, 17 private cabanas, a spa and a state-of-the-art fitness centre. You will be thoroughly entertained by a variety of shows on offer from hilarious comedy to sexy productions. There is also a wide range of dining options at the Excalibur, offering huge variety, excellent quality and good value.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Concierge Desk
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: No
- Treatment Rooms
- Gym Free: No
- Name: McCarran International Airport (Las Vegas)
- Distance: 3.3 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Airport Name: Mccarran International Airport (Las Vegas) Distance: 3.3 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2309 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Not Ideal If You Are A Smoker
Stay Date: 02/2017, Eric M wrote this review.
I visit Las Vegas about four times a year for work for trade shows, and upon arriving I learned they no longer have any smoking rooms. Smoking rooms were the one redeeming thing to me about Las Vegas work trips. They placed me in a room on the firs… See more
I visit Las Vegas about four times a year for work for trade shows, and upon arriving I learned they no longer have any smoking rooms. Smoking rooms were the one redeeming thing to me about Las Vegas work trips. They placed me in a room on the first floor so that I would have access to the casino whenever I wanted to smoke, with a lovely view facing a brick wall. Problem is I come to Vegas for work, I'm not a gambler, nor wish to be. After a long day of trade shows, I just want to retire to my room with some dinner (will address food later) to work on e-mails, register new contacts, have a few smokes, and get some sleep. Even on the first floor, walking through the clearly dated hallway of rooms looking like something Stanley Kubrick would have loved for The Shining, it's still a hike to the casino to smoke. And I ended up walking even further to go outside more times than not, just to avoid the casino, the drunks, and worse the aggressive pitches to join some "Excalibur Club" to pay in advance to come back to see some shows at a later date for a $50 deposit, after the staff noticed I wasn't gambling. I let the pitch-people know I was here for work, didn't have time to take a show, and broke eye-contact, but they persisted, following me even as I walked away. My last four or five visits to LV for trade shows were at the SLS and the Luxor, and after a day of work I'm super tired and look forward to returning to my hotel, getting some decent food, and going back to my room to do some work. The SLS has a great cafe in the hotel with great food and service, where you can order a beer, watch sports, and then take your food to go. The Luxor also had similar options where you can lounge and get food, and just go. At the Excalibur, you have three options. Johnny Rockets, which is just a hamburger joint with long lines and average at best burgers, Last Resort, which is a restaurant that hurls insults at it's patrons because I guess it's funny to some people, or you can take an escalator upstairs to another non-smoking floor, to either gorge at a buffet, visit a family style Italian restaurant that only serves food in portions for four people (no single person dishes which is lame), or a food court that rivals what you would see at most malls. The upstairs second floor food court is far from the rooms. There was also a steak house (near the food court), that a co-worker and I visited one evening when we were tired of hamburgers, that with two entrees and an appetizer, came out to a $175 bill, and after my first drink I had to meander through the rest of the food court, and take an escalator back down to the casino, just to have a smoke, because it took about 45 mins for our food with the place half empty. My last night at the hotel, I was so tired from breaking down our trade show booth, and with no energy left, I ended up just buying a packaged sandwich at the gift shop, because I didn't feel like dealing with any of the hassles above. I come to Las Vegas for work, I like to smoke, and I like good options for quick but good food nearby. The people whom work at Excalibur were all very nice (excluding the pitch-men), the ladies at the gift shop were super friendly, and my room was okay, but given the options, I wont ever return to this hotel. This is obviously a place built to suit older vacationers whom just want to play slot machines all day and eat hamburgers. Collapse
Big rooms, bad check-in
Stay Date: 02/2017, Grantds wrote this review.
Arrived on a Friday night at about 8:30 pm. Excited to get into the hotel. Wanted to buy a meal, but then things went awry. The check-in line took nearly an hour- got done at 9:30 pm. I was then informed that the sit-down restaurants closed at 10… See more
Arrived on a Friday night at about 8:30 pm. Excited to get into the hotel. Wanted to buy a meal, but then things went awry. The check-in line took nearly an hour- got done at 9:30 pm. I was then informed that the sit-down restaurants closed at 10 pm. In short, only fast food in the hotel. Completely disappointing. If Vegas is a "city that never sleeps," how can this be? I later tried the buffet, but it was closing by the time I got my bags and ran back there. Would have rated higher but the check-in lines and the early closing of the better restaurants was a complete disappointment, particularly for a hotel that claims to be a 4-star one. Collapse
Nothing to write home about
Stay Date: 02/2017, Melanie44Kgn wrote this review.
I can't say we made the best choice staying here. The location is great (because it's walking distance from all the great places on the Strip) but the hotel was substandard. There was renovation going on by the pool (outdoors and closed) so we had to… See more
I can't say we made the best choice staying here. The location is great (because it's walking distance from all the great places on the Strip) but the hotel was substandard. There was renovation going on by the pool (outdoors and closed) so we had to take a long route to the car park - it was unexpectedly cold. The room was basic (not even a mini refrigerator) and the casino was musty. There were all these timeshare folks clawing at us every time we walked by. Oh, and the moving walkways didn't work while we were there. On the positive side, they do have 4 bar options and a number of diners. We ate out so I can't offer a rating on those but the bars are a bit pricey (Corona for over $10). It really was just somewhere to rest as we did a lot of walking and hiking (Red Canyon). I liked the view from our room best. Collapse
Be careful on parking
Stay Date: 02/2017, chimuudkh wrote this review.
When I checked in, receptionist explained to me just one time $8 fee on self parking, but when I checked out they multiplied stayed days. Actually I was traveling around I stayed 4 nights in hotel, 3 nights was Zion and other place.
When I checked in, receptionist explained to me just one time $8 fee on self parking, but when I checked out they multiplied stayed days. Actually I was traveling around I stayed 4 nights in hotel, 3 nights was Zion and other place. Collapse
Our favorite hotel
Stay Date: 02/2017, Hospitality-Ajay wrote this review.
We did have a pleasant stay last weekend. Mr. Aron from VIP reservations helped us to do the booking. We visit every year and feel a good ambience therein. We have good memories of the place. This year we did have to pay parking fees of $8 per nigh… See more
We did have a pleasant stay last weekend. Mr. Aron from VIP reservations helped us to do the booking. We visit every year and feel a good ambience therein. We have good memories of the place. This year we did have to pay parking fees of $8 per night for our 2 nights vacation. The casino floor at Excalibur was entertaining with nice slot machines and good crowd. If you want to have the room facing the strip then request for it at time of booking or check in. We like Excalibur hotel. Collapse
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