Excaliber Hotel Las Vegas

Where Is The Excaliber?

The Excaliber Hotel Las Vegas is one of the most unique looking hotels in Las Vegas. It is designed to look like a castle in a medieval theme complete with moats and drawbridge.

The property is located on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip at the busy intersection of Tropicana and Las Vegas Blvd. It is situated between the Luxor and New York New York. The area it is in on the Strip is a high traffic area and as a result there is a lot of action. You can easily access a number of casinos in the area and there is a free monorail that runs from the Excaliber to the Mandalay Bay.

If you are traveling with kids it is a popular place to stay and visit. It has an arcade of games in the lowest level of the hotel. It is great fun for kids of all ages.

Excaliber Hotel Las Vegas
Excaliber Hotel Las Vegas

Restaurants In The Excaliber Hotel in Las Vegas

The Excaliber Hotel offers many dining options to satisfy anyone's appetite. Here are the choices:

Roundtable Buffet - All you can eat buffet that features an array of food to tempt any appetite. The buffet is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Roundtable Buffet offers a new concept in Vegas dining which is you pay one price and eat all day long. At this writing the cost was $29.99 for the all day buffet. You get preferred seating with the wristband.

The Steakhouse At Camelot - You can dine on the finest cuts of beef or partake of fresh seafood which is flown in daily. The steakhouse is open nightly 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Sherwood Forest Cafe - This dining option offer a wide variety of hearty, traditional food in a casual atmosphere. Opens daily at 6:00 a.m. for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Village Food Court - You can walk through the area for many fast food choices such as McDonald's, pizza, Quizmo's, ice cream, pretzels and more. Great place for a quick bite to eat.

Dick's Last Resort - Known as the "deliciously messy" restaurant, Dick's Last Resort offers wacky dining at its best. Enjoy a wide variety of tasty meals, hearty sandwiches and great drinks along with a bunch of witty humor.

Baja Fresh - This restaurant will provide you with a pleasant dining experience and a freshly prepared Mexican quisine. Baja Fresh offers fresh ingredients along with expert preparation.

Exploring The Excaliber Hotel Las Vegas

Rooms In The Excaliber Hotel Las Vegas

When I stayed at the Excaliber I thought the rooms were quite nice. The rooms at the Excaliber Hotel Las Vegas feature warm, comforting tones and hardwood furnishings. Hotel rooms feature cable TV, hair dryers and irons. You can choose from a tower room with one king, or two queen-sized beds, or celebrate our castle theme with a one-of-a-kind Turret Room.

You also have the avaiibility to upgrade your room with a stunning view of the Las Vegas Strip or take a look at the modernized "Widescreen Room" including bright, contemporary colors, granite countertops, pillow top mattresses, 42" plasma TVs and an iPod input. Suiites are also available

Gambling In The Excaliber Hotel

Excalibur offers everything you’d expect from a Las Vegas casino plus it offers an extra dose of fun and friendliness. At the castle, you can have fun winning on your favorite slot and table games, play poker in an action-packed poker room, and bet on your favoirtes at the full-service race & sports book. Open 24/7 for your gambling enjoyment.

The Excaliber casino was always a lucky one for me. I like the layout of the casino though it is sprawling and all the fun and excitement is great. Be sure to join the free MGM Mirage player's club so you can receive special offers and comps at the Excaliber .

Favorite Las Vegas Strip Hotel

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  • Excaliber
  • Luxor
  • MGM Grand
  • Paris
  • Mirage
  • Flamingo
  • New York New York
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  • Harrah's
  • Bellagio
  • Venetian
  • Planet Hollywood
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Entertainment At The Excaliber Hotel Las Vegas

The Excaliber Hotel offers several options for the Las Vegas visitor including:

  • The Tournament of Kings - This is the famous Las Vegas dinner show that brings chivalry and fair maidens into modern times. Showtimes vary so check first.
  • Thunder From Down Under - Celebrate with hot hunks from Australia. Be ready to laugh and have fun.
  • Defending The Caveman - This is a long running show about the hilarious ways men and women interact with each other.
  • An Evening With Louis Anderson - Be ready to laugh as you spend an evening enjoying Louis Anderson's wry sense of humor.


More Attractions At The Excaliber Hotel

One of the reasons I stayed at the Excaliber Hotel in Las Vegas was because of all the things to do there. That trip I brought along my kids and we spent a lot of time exploring the hotel.

There is a midway where kids and adults can experience carnival like fun. They offer a Spong Bob Square Pants show which is a 4D ride experience. You can shop till you drop at Castle Walk which offers everything from Las Vegas souvenirs to $10.00 boutique items. The pool at the Excaliber is a great place to hang out. It has been completely redone and offers private cabanas and a fire pit. The Excaliber also has the Canterbury Wedding Chappel if you are looking to get married.

Be sure not to miss any of the exciting things to see and do at the Excaliber Hotel Las Vegas. Enjoy!

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aimeeSF 6 years ago from San Francisco, CA

I have always wanted to attend the Tournament of Kings. Everytime I have been to Vegas, I always wanted to make time, but end up flying back home without having the opportunity. The next time I plan to go to Vegas, I will make sure to reserve those tickets beforehand!

Thunder Down Under doesn't sound too bad either ;D


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valeriebelew 6 years ago from Metro Atlanta, GA, USA

That last sentence reminded me of the movie, "What Happens in Vegas," lol. I have never been to vegas, but have the travel bug, and dream of being able to travel again, frequently. I have been to Biloxi, and lived in New Orleans for about six years. One thing casinos do know how to do is entertain and pour out lavish gifts. I have never been a gambler, but had some friends in Atlanta who were, and traveled to Biloxi almost every weekend when I lived in Atmore, Alabama. The food was free, as was the hotel, because my friends gambled so much. Also, the manager of one of the casinos liked me, so I got some special favors, even though I never spent any money of my own. No place for a diet, I can tell you that much! Great hub that took me back a few years in time. Would love to go back, or visit Las Vegas.

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