Excalibur Las Vegas

The Excalibur Hotel Las Vegas is one of the most exciting and different themed hotels in the southern portion of Las Vegas Boulevard. Nestled between the trendy and vibrant New York New York and the exotic Luxor Hotel, there are few Las Vegas hotels with a perfect blend of unique atmosphere and great location. When you enter the large lobby, you will encounter the sights that you would expect from the renaissance period. Coats of Arms, and 'antique' decor greet you and submerse you in the festivities from the start. If you arrive before check in, you can visit one of the many floors, one of which includes a faire that will awe and delight you with the bright colors, medieval style music, and performers. Some sections of the hotel have entertainers you can watch for free.


When you make reservations at the Excalibur Las Vegas, you will be able to experience the medieval era while having all of the modern amenities expected in Las Vegas. In order to accomplish this, there are a variety of room features available for you.

Room Features:
Air conditioning
Clock radio,
Electronic door locks
Hair dryer
Pay-per-view movies
Remote-controlled cable TV
Voice mail

Excalibur Hotel Lobby

In order to be able to reserve a room at the Excalibur Hotel, you need to be 21 years of age or older. Children 11 and under stay free with an adult. There is a limit of four people per room, and check-in is at 2 PM. Check-out is at 11 AM.

Entertainment at the Excalibur

One of the highlights of visiting the Excalibur Hotel in Las Vegas is seeing one of the many shows and other attractions the hotel and casino has to offer. Ranging from a true dinner theater to roller coaster rides and thrillers, you will be able to find an activity suited to people of all ages.

The Tournament of Kings

If you are looking for a themed dinner experience, the Tournament of Kings is the place for you. Each meal includes a full length show, as well as full course meal that not only tastes great but is filling. Meeting with the theme, there is no utensils, which makes dinning an interesting affair. The show is greatly crowd driven, which helps make it a memorable evening. The cost is roughly $50 per person. Children three or younger are admitted free if they are seated on a parents lap for the entirety of the show. Children above the age of three are required to have their own seat.

Merlin's Magic Motion Machines

Merlin's Magic Motion Machines are roller coaster rides that are designed to send you for the journey of your life. For $4 a ride for Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, you can experience terror in an action packed four minute ride that will leave you breathless and wanting more. You should make certain you heed the caution signs, as these rides are really intense.

Excalibur Pools

Excalibur Pools
Excalibur Pools

The Excalibur pools are highly popular with younger crowds, as it possesses a water slide and a lot of swimming space. The concrete area is surprisingly nice, accented with a variety of rock based waterfalls and plants to break the monotony of the concrete. The pool further from the pool area entrance sports extra shade, and there is no shortage of chairs for those wishing to bask in the sun.

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