Every Las Vegas experience should be this magical. One of the Las Vegas Strip’s most notable landmarks, Excalibur Hotel & Casino has maintained a notable presence in Sin City for over two decades – and is more royal than ever.
The giant castle appearance isn’t just for show. With 3,991 newly remodeled rooms, Excalibur is considered one of the world’s largest hotels. Contemporary Tower Rooms are appointed with pillow-top mattresses, 42-inch flatscreen TVs and luxurious bathrooms that feature granite countertops. For the grandest experience of them all, treat yourself to a parlor suite that boasts a full living room, dining area, refrigerator, guest bathroom and an exquisite marble shower.
Nevada’s warm and sunny climate help to make Excalibur’s two swimming pools a popular gathering area. The pool area comfortably holds 800 guests and features two heated pools, a 16-seat spa, waterfalls, water slides, and a shaded dining area. A snack bar and cocktail bar are open daily. Pool hours vary by the season, as will snack bar and cocktail bar hours.
A multitude of dining options await you at the castle, too. Popular eateries like Buca di Beppo, Dick’s Last Resort and Johnny Rockets offer familiar tastes, while The Buffet provides an over-the-top variety of delicacies to sample at your heart’s delight. For an upscale evening with tantalizing cuts of meat fit for a king (or well-traveled Zagat taste testers), The Steakhouse at Camelot is a delightful atmosphere for feasting.
The style is medieval, but the entertainment is anything but ancient. Excalibur swaps jokers and jesters for Australia’s hottest hunks and soprano-esque songbirds with its Thunder From Down Under and Bee Gees tribute shows, but still gives visitors a chance to travel back in time with its world-famous Tournament of Kings dinner show, too. And for the wee ones who need some entertainment of their own, the Fun Dungeon will lock them in for hours of fun with a plentiful amount of carnival and arcade games.
Excalibur’s new banquet and meeting facility houses over 12,000 square feet of space, perfectly arranged for any refined or royal affair. Nine different rooms are available for any occasion, from a grand ballroom to an intimate gathering area. The facility also offers complete catering services. A Medieval chapel offers wedding services fit for a king and a queen, too. Your quest ends then ends at the Medieval Village. With 15 quaint boutiques offering everything from the simplest T-shirt to beautifully hand-crafted suits of armor, this medieval-style mall has it all. More than just a giant, castle in the middle of the famous Las Vegas Strip, Excalibur has something for kids, adults and the young-at-heart, too.
It’s more than just a giant, castle in the middle of the famous Las Vegas Strip.