The resort complex is named after the mythical sword of King Arthur and features a stylised castle and a Camelot theme. It’s linked by pedestrian bridges to the north New York New York, and Tropicana to the east but also via tram to Luxor and Mandalay Bay to the south.
The casino features 9,300 square meters of gaming space with table games and over 1700 slow machines. It also features a 1,200 square metre spa and fitness centre and the Canterbury Wedding Chapel.
The resort complex features the following dining options
- Tournament of Kings dinner
- The Steakhouse at Camelot
- Dick’s Last Resort
- Baja Fresh
- Drenched (a poolside restaurant)
Excalibur Attractions: Thunder from Down Under (Male Revue) & Tournament of Kings (medieval themed dinner show)
Excalibur Room Features
All suites feature medieval-themed decor with carved headboards and wall tapestries including two-chair dining sets and luxurious armchairs.
The new wide screen rooms located in the Spa Tower opened in 2008 and feature 42-inch Plasma screen TVs, brand new furnishings, granite counter-tops, mp3 docking stations and in-room safes.
Excalibur Room Options
- Standard Room
- Wide Screen Room
Address:3850 Las Vegas Blvd S Las Vegas, NV 89109
Airport Distance: 2.7km from McCarran International Airport
Luxury Suites: 3991 suites
Height: 2×28 story buildings
Guest Age: Minimum check-in age is 21
Pets: Not allowed
Check-in Time : 3pm
Check-out Time : 11am
Average Price Low: AUD $38 per suite
Average Price Mid: AUD $85 per suite
Average Price High: AUD $115 per suite