Excalibur Hotel & Casino
3850 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
1.800.879.1379 / 702.597.7777
Does the Excalibur Hotel & Casino charge a resort fee? Yes
Check-in: 3 p.m.
Check-out: 11 a.m.
|* Free Parking||* RV Parking||* Truck Parking|
|* Shops||* Restaurants||* Laundry Service|
|* Heated Pool||* Health Club||* Spa|
|* Business Center||* Wedding Chapel||* Arcade|
|* Concierge||* Wheelchair accessible||* Free Wi-Fi (coming 2013)|
|* Sports Book||* Poker Room||* 100,000 square foot Casino|
|* Contemporary Tower Room||* Tower Room||* Deluxe Room|
|* Widescreen Room||* Turret Room||* Contemporary Deluxe Room|
|* View Room||* Contemporary View Room||* Spa Room|
|* Contemporary Spa Room||* Tower One-Bedroom Suite|
|* High-speed internet||* In-room safe||* In-room movies|
|* Cable/Satellite TV||* Hairdryer||* Iron|
|* 42″ Plasma TV||* King bed||* Two queen beds|
|* Refrigerator (suite)||* Rollaway beds available||* Cribs available|
2 thoughts on “Excalibur”
This review was sent to us by Richard Gans from The Netherlands
In April 2015 we stayed at the Excalibur for 4 nights. Three of these nights were comped by MyVegas……I Love this Facebook game. Check-in took a little longer than expected, because MyVegas made an error and only 2 nights were registered in the reservation system. Gladly, Heidi, solved this error and after a little while we were able to go to our room.
Our room 15106 was located in Tower 1 at the end of the hallway. This room is located away from the Strip which is a big plus (you don’t hear a lot of noises like sirenes, cars, people getting out of the elevator etc.). But the fact that the room was close to a large airco unit was a real bummer. We “enjoyed” the constant noise of an AC unit working at full force.
The room was not spectacular, but not bad either. There were no stains in the carpet or sheets. The interior is looking a little ancient, but I guess it’s part of the medieval theme of the hotel. Most important:, the shower was good and the bed was very comfortable. If you’re travelling on a budget these rooms will do just fine.
The pool area isn’t bad either. I prefer the MGM pool. A DJ is playing music all day. We didn’t like the day beds, because they are pretty close to each other. Unfortunately that’s something you see at more Vegas hotels. Because the Excalibur is a hotel that attracts a lot of families with children you’ll see a lot of kids playing around. This can be a real setback if you came to relax and enjoy some “peace & quiet”.
We don’t know for sure whether we’ll go back to this hotel or not. The price is very low for a hotel that’s located at, what we think is, a very nice spot of the Las Vegas Strip. A huge pain in the behind is the timshare hawks trying to “sell” you showtickets, tours etc. Everytime you enter the casino or when you go to your room somebody is approaching you to sell you something. So when you have these folks you’re not interested at least 10 times a day it really starts to get on your nerves.
From a big plus – I loved the casino.