Take a peek inside the Excalibur...after the Luxor and Mandalay Bay (they are attached by a monorail) it's not so impressive, but there's plenty to see. It's more kiddie oriented, and it's a lot louder than most of the other hotels I saw. Worth a look.
Huzzah! You are invited to the royal palace for dinner and sport!
The Tournament of Kings is a dinner theater show featuring live renaissance era horseback jousts between Kings of various mideval states including Ireland, England and Scotland.
$41.95 per person includes dinner and the show. Offered nightly 6:00p and 8:30p. Call the number below for reservations.
A different show for every taste. My wife and I saw a show at Excalibur. The show replicated the Middle Ages. We got to eat a whole meal with out hands, then watch jousting and fighting. We had a great laugh with everybody!
Excalibur Hotel & Casino
Gettin' medieval with family-friendly atmosphere.
If we were to pretend for a moment that most themed casinos are architecturally accurate, that would mean that crusaders of the Middle Ages built their castles out of...Legos? So looks the Excalibur, a boxy mass of castles and keeps, drawbridges and dungeons. The medieval-themed casino makes up for the goofy architecture with great prices: cheap drinks, cheap restaurants and generally cheap room prices. The bottom-floor has the standard midway fare, along with a string of shops that feature something rarely found on The Strip: handcrafted ceramics and jewelry. In this age of mass-produced trinketry, that's a medieval concept that's more than welcome.
Excalibur Hotel & Casino, the world's most exciting family resort, is a magical white castle, complete with moat and drawbridge, that transports Las Vegas visitors back to medieval days of King Arthur. This distinctly unique property features 4,008 rooms, two swimming pools, six marvelous restaurants and over 100,000 square feet of gaming excitement.
the Show at Excalibar with the magnificent horse riders.It used to cost for show and dinner $25.ºº per person. Dinner had to be eaten like a knight or lady at King Arthur's round table (with your hands). Chicken is okay to eat with your hands anyway so I've read according to good manners.Even Eisenhower ate chicken with his hands.
If you have kids a great thing to do is to attend the Medieval dinner show at the Excalibur. It includes knights, jousting, sword play etc.
Casino with Medieval castle theme. Has nightly dinner shows similiar to Medieval times restaurants. Great place to stay if you have kids as there is a large arcade and shops aimed at families.
Rumor has it, this is the cheapest place to stay on the strip in Vegas. I've been told the rooms aren't themed but who cares when the price is really low!
The Excalibur Casino has a medieval theme. The building is a fairy-tale castle, like the one at Disneyland.
This was a fun dinner theatre experience that is suitable for the whole family. The arena is divided into countries and you cheer for the knight you want to win during the tournament .