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 2931 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
A good location
Stay Date: 05/2017, mmikko wrote this review.
A good location at the Strip. Not so exspensive. The staff was friendly. The room was basic, equipped with: tv, phone, safe, aircon, hairdryer, no fridge or coffee maker. There are Starbucks and Castle Coffee at the groundfloor. Hotel restaurants are… See more
A good location at the Strip. Not so exspensive. The staff was friendly. The room was basic, equipped with: tv, phone, safe, aircon, hairdryer, no fridge or coffee maker. There are Starbucks and Castle Coffee at the groundfloor. Hotel restaurants are quite pricy and food is average at it's best. It is MGM facility, so you can use another resorts parking. The Deuce goes near and BigBus tour stops at hotel. Collapse
Good location, clean room for the price
Stay Date: 05/2017, AnneTravellingBrit wrote this review.
This was my first time staying in Excalibur and I though it's location on the strip was pretty good . It's close to get to and from the airport by taxi (we paid $18). It also has a people mover (tram) that goes from the Excalibur to Mandalay Bay and… See more
This was my first time staying in Excalibur and I though it's location on the strip was pretty good . It's close to get to and from the airport by taxi (we paid $18). It also has a people mover (tram) that goes from the Excalibur to Mandalay Bay and also to Luxor, which is nice to ride on when it's hot outside or your feet are getting tired of walking. The run of the house room I booked was clean and reasonably comfortable, one negative is there was no coffee maker in the room and as I enjoy my morning coffee that meant a trek down to the lobby to buy one. There was also no fridge either but there was an ice maker available on each floor. In the bathroom, there was walk in shower with glass sliding doors but no safety bars installed which might be an issue for some people. On the opposite side of the road across the Strip from the hotel in the direction of Luxor is a gas station & convenience store which had very reasonably priced drinks and snacks if you're budget minded. We were staying for 4 nights and our room had a connecting door which we didn't have a problem with on the first two nights, but when we arrived back to our room around 11pm on the third night, which was a Friday, there was what sounded like a party going on in the room connected to our. From outside in the corridor the noise didn't sound too bad but from the connecting door to our room it was very loud and we knew we couldn't sleep through it. We called the front desk and asked if we could change rooms which they agreed to and we moved to a different room with no connecting door and had no problem with noise for the rest of our stay, so in hindsight it would have been better to ask for a room with no connecting door. Otherwise we were happy with the hotel and location. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2017, Lisa M wrote this review.
We have recently returned from a weeks stay in Royal Resort King size room organised by Norma from the front desk who was very helpful and arranged a room change. It was a remodelled room which overlooked Tropicana and the airport.There were some iss… See more
We have recently returned from a weeks stay in Royal Resort King size room organised by Norma from the front desk who was very helpful and arranged a room change. It was a remodelled room which overlooked Tropicana and the airport.There were some issues with the room however the positives outweighed the negatives. We were disturbed by noise from the street despite being 22 floors up and from other rooms. The fan from the shower rattled. The sink waste and toilet broke but was repaired that day and hairdryer had the switch missing. The bed was comfy, shower spacious but always had plenty of hot water. There was a limited number of TV channels. The room was cleaned everyday but showed signs of wear. The room was serviced by 4 elevators and we never had to wait long for one. The gaming floor was easy to get to and was generally busy and smokey. At night the servers tended to concentrate on gamblers at the tables not at the machines. We were plagued by staff approaching us to sign up to go to time share presentations and people were begging and selling stuff on overpasses connecting to other hotels. There is a Deuce stop near the hotel on the strip and SDX within walking distance outside Coca Cola shop. We would recommend staying at the Excalibur however next time we will stay in Luxor as it is a better resort. Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2017, THUMPERCW wrote this review.
We have stayed here many times and continue to go back. Our room has always been clean and same with the bathroom. When you're in Vegas, who stays in their room anyways?! As long as its clean and decent priced I'm game! We'll be back yet again I'm su… See more
We have stayed here many times and continue to go back. Our room has always been clean and same with the bathroom. When you're in Vegas, who stays in their room anyways?! As long as its clean and decent priced I'm game! We'll be back yet again I'm sure! Collapse
You Get What You Pay For
Stay Date: 02/2017, Brittany M wrote this review.
Vegas trips serve many different intentions which can dramatically effect what hotel is a good fit. Let me first start by saying I only paid $21 per night for 5 nights at this hotel and for that Rate you can't expect the Bellagio. For what I paid I w… See more
Vegas trips serve many different intentions which can dramatically effect what hotel is a good fit. Let me first start by saying I only paid $21 per night for 5 nights at this hotel and for that Rate you can't expect the Bellagio. For what I paid I would say I got what I paid for. I had a clean room with a working shower and toilet that for my vegas trip intentions was all I needed. The beds were comfortable enough for a drunk person who was simply looking to pass out, wake up and do it all over again, but I wouldn't use comfort to describe if you were looking for a good nights sober rest. The castle theme I understand, but really it just seemed like that was the only theme that worked to justify all the old out dated furniture and decor. There is nothing contemporary or visually pleasing about the hotel room itself although the bathroom mirror does wonders for a perfect selfie. The hotel itself has a "casino" but it is Basic to say the least, and if you want to experience the restaurant where the waitress treat you as rude as possible then you have picked the right spot. The Excalibur was super close to the Luxor, MGM grand, and New York New York with a bridge or train being the only thing in between but if walking is a further than it seems if you plan to spend your time down by bellagio, planet Hollywood and further, it isn't the most convenient strip location. I would say this hotel probably works best for families looking to save as much money as possible and still have an experience or to college students who could care less about the standards of the hotel accommodations. If you don't fall into those categories it's worth spending a few extra bucks and staying in the MGM grand or even the Luxor which was really nice or going further down the strip to a more convenient location. Collapse
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