Starting at a price that’s hard to beat, Excalibur in Las Vegas is a magnet for budget travelers. However, don’t be fooled by the cheap room rates – the cost of other amenities can quickly add up.
The quality of the rooms is low, but if you’re looking for a basic place to rest your head after a day of exploring the city, it’ll do just fine.
The hotel is conveniently located on the south side of The Strip, and there’s even a free tram that connects it to Mandalay Bay and Luxor, making it easy for you to explore these iconic spots without having to worry about transportation.
If you’re traveling with kids, they’ll love the Mac King Comedy Magic show and the Tournament of Kings. Beyond the shows, Excalibur boasts a fantastic pool, the Fun Dungeon arcade, and an enhanced movie theater known as the Ultimate 4D Experience.
If you’re hoping for an exciting nightlife or a variety of bars, you might be disappointed – options here are quite limited.
As for dining, you’ll find a food court with fast-food options and a buffet, as well as Tap Sports Bar and Buca di Beppo for sit-down meals. Dick’s Last Resort offers a fun, gimmicky dining experience where the staff intentionally treats you poorly for laughs.
Excalibur offers a budget-friendly, family-oriented experience with a range of entertainment options, albeit with limited dining and nightlife choices.
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