If you can, go to Las Vegas during the week. Hotel prices double or even triple for Fridays and Saturdays.
Unique Quality: One of the many hotels along the strip, it is decorated in the style of King Arthur.
It has been a while since I have been there, but I can remember that it wasn't all that expensive. It was beautiful though.
Unique Quality: They had this show and dinner there where you would eat only with your hands. They had a little chicken thing to eat and some other things too.. I can't even remember what it was called.. I'll come back to it when I remember,
$49 up for the room.
Unique Quality: This is an extremely good value hotel in an excellent location. The rooms are clean and well maintained and the casino is great too. A monorail connects it to Mandalay Bay & Luxor and it's easy to walk over to several other nearby casinos with no trouble.
I stayed at the Excalibur. This hotel/casino is built like a castle and everything revolves around knights and royalty. It was actually pretty cool!
Directions: It is located directly on The Strip next to the Luxor and across from New York, New York.
Excalibur Hotel - Las Vegas
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Some relatives are getting married in LV and they've asked me to do the hotel bookings. I am hoping that someone will be able to help with a couple of questions I have.
1. Which is the best tower to stay in at the Excalibur? I've heard that some of the rooms are old and shabby. Would they give us better rooms if I asked?
2. I'm booking for 5 couples - are we likely to get a better rate for making a group booking?
Any help would be really appreciated. And please don't say 'Don't stay at the Excalibur'! It's the bride's choice!
Do go to the Excalibur...:-)
I don't know about the dirrerent rooms but we stayed in the tower opposite to the New York, New York Hotel... and rooms were okay, more then okay...
I can't remember prices, but certainly try to get prices down with the 5 rooms. First ask the price for one rooms then mention it is for 5 rooms... or get better executive rooms for the same price as a standard room...
Get going and have fun...!!
We stayed at the Excalibur in May 2001 - in room 4155, don't know which tower that was. The room seemed fine, if I recall correctly. Not shabby. Definitely mention that it's for a wedding party and it's a large group.
Hi, first congratulations on the nuptuials!!
The east tower fronts the strip and faces the tropicana hotel. the north tower fronts on to tropicana blvd and faces new york new york hotel. The west tower would face the mountians and west las vegas and the south tower faces the luxor and mandalay bay hotels. You want to ask for outside rooms so you have a view, the inside rooms face the courtyard and pool area. Most hotels in LV dont start offering any kind of group discount until you're booking 10 or more rooms.
You can also get price ranges and pics of some of the rooms on lasvegas.com.
Drop me a line if I can help with any other questions.
I had been doing research for Las vegas accomodation for ourselves and for this hotel the best price was the one at the hotel web page (better that other searchers are vegas.com or travelworm).
We founded that the Emerald tower is the cheaper option, and if you go some the reviews at trip adviser they are some good comments and one bad for this tower.
But as others had suggest if you email directly the hotel and try to do a group reservation, you may get discount prices or maybe some upgrades.
Sorry not been there but is one of my options, so I had done a few research LOL
Sorry, I got confused with so many hotels, Emerald towers is in MGM where we were also looking, sorry.
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Address: 3850 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109-4300, United States