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We Stayed At The Excalibur Hotel For A Night… Here’s What We Thought of It.

Updated: Apr 9

As locals, sometimes it’s nice to take a night and have a staycation on the strip. The Excalibur Hotel in Las Vegas is a popular choice for travelers looking for a fun and affordable stay on Las Vegas Boulevard. The hotel is known for its medieval theme, with a large castle-like exterior that sets it apart from other hotels in the area.

The rooms at the Excalibur are clean and comfortable, with modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi. The hotel offers a variety of dining options, from casual eateries to upscale restaurants, as well as a number of bars and lounges for guests to enjoy.


We were able to stay in a one bedroom suite with a strip view for around $300 on a Sunday night.

Pros: Clean room, big bathtub, nice view, mini fridge, arcade for the kids and the options for tons of shows including The famous Tournament of kings, lots of food and dining options. Check in is at 3:00 but they were able to get us in early at around 1:00. It’s conviently located towards the South end of the strip so you can walk via pedestrian bridges or catch the monorail to the Mandalay Bay or Luxor. Several convenience stores to pick up drinks and snacks.

Cons: Valet parking was $30-$40 a night, no room service, no coffee maker (and it was difficult to find caffeine the next morning if you’re an early riser.) They have a decently priced buffet but it closes at 2:00pm, so not available for dinner. Very few cons to staying at this property.

One of the standout features of the Excalibur is its pool area, which includes several pools, a water slide, and a large sun deck for lounging. The hotel also has a fitness center and a spa for guests looking to relax and unwind during their stay. Prices for a cabana are relatively inexpensive compared to other resorts, starting at around $250 with half of that going to your food and beverage cost.


Overall, the Excalibur Hotel in Las Vegas is a great choice for travelers looking for a fun and affordable stay on the Vegas Strip. The medieval theme adds a unique touch to the experience, and the hotel's amenities and dining options make it a convenient choice for visitors to the area. If you’re looking to book a room they start at $25, you can book today here. Weekdays/Sundays offer the best pricing. Special thanks to Luxury Wanderlust Travels who handles all of our vacation planning needs!


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