Hotels The Strip
5 out of 5 stars
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Housed in two towers behind the castle façade, the small rooms have none of the elegance of the hotel’s adjacent sister resorts, the Luxor and Mandalay Bay. But a handful of spacious Parlor Suites have guest bathrooms, dining and living areas; with bold colors, dark wood furniture and wrought-iron fixtures, your surroundings could be worse.


Venue name: Excalibur
Address: 3850 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas
NV 89109
Cross street: at W Tropicana Avenue
Transport: Bus Deuce, 201
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This was our hotel during my visit to Las Vegas and I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised. Now some people might be put off by the castle theme, but my inner child was quite content. I told everyone that I would be staying inside a castle haha. I am personally fond of the castle theme. We went in December so we didnt use the pool or sunbathe, but I quite enjoyed our room. It was a nice size and spacious with 2 queen beds even though we only needed one, so hey I loved the extra bed. Had a room on the 21st floor so had a decent view as well. We were quite happy with the room given what we paid (not a lot). We also sorta got suckered in a time share bit, but we did get $175 in gift certificates which we definitely maxed out and a free 3 day, 2 nights again so it all worked out. Plus, all of our activities happened to have pickup/dropoff from our hotel so it turned out to be super convenient!