The Excalibur Hotel in Vegas opened its doors in 1990 with a medieval theme that has become an iconic favorite on the Strip. Excalibur is a fun, affordable hotel with comfortable rooms, luxe suites, a friendly casino, and so much more to do and enjoy. Excalibur is great for families, but there is also plenty to enjoy here if you’re child-free.
If you’re planning a trip to Vegas and looking for the best hotel for your stay, here are all the details you need to know about the Excalibur Hotel & casino.
Excalibur Rooms & Suites
The Excalibur Hotel Las Vegas offers a wonderful lineup of multiple rooms and suites that are perfect for singles, couples, small families, and intimate groups of friends. The hotel rooms and suites at the Las Vegas Excalibur Hotel are sophisticated, simple, and comfortable. Here are the details on each of the rooms and suites that the Excalibur offers.
Resort Tower Rooms
The Resort Tower rooms at the Excalibur Hotel are wonderfully comfortable and just what you need for your stay in Las Vegas. The Resort Tower rooms come in two options, the Resort Tower King Room and the Resort Tower Two Queen Room. Both of the rooms measure 325 sq ft. and sleep either three or four, depending on the room you choose.
Amenities for the Tower Rooms include a 42-inch flat-screen television, a small window-side table with two chairs that’s perfect for an intimate breakfast before hitting the Strip, a glass-enclosed shower, and wireless internet access.
The Royal Rooms are similar to the Resort Tower Rooms at Excalibur Hotel Las Vegas. They’re comfortable, measuring 352 sq ft. in the Royal Tower, and you get a great view of the colorful Excalibur skyscape. Guests can choose between a single king or two queen rooms.
Room amenities include a small table with chairs, a desk area, a glass-enclosed shower, flat-screen television, an electronic safe, and free internet access.
Resort Strip Rooms
When you choose to stay at a Resort Strip View room at the Excalibur Hotel Casino, you’ll be welcomed into a stylish, comfortable 352 sq ft space to call your own – at least during your stay in Las Vegas.
Like the other standard rooms at the Excalibur, guests can choose between Resort Strip Rooms that feature a single king bed or two queen beds. What really makes the Resort Strip View room stand out is the wonderful view of Las Vegas Blvd, also known as the Vegas Strip.
The stylish Resort Strip Rooms feature flat-screen televisions, beautiful granite bathroom countertops, internet access, and a glass-enclosed shower.
Resort Superior Room
The Resort Superior King Room is like a touch of old-time romance combined with modern elegance and amenities. The Resort Superior Rooms are slightly larger at 372 sq ft. They feature a wonderful view of the Vegas Strip, which offers amazing sights from your room window both day and night. The Resort Superior Room also features a large soaking tub in addition to the glass-enclosed shower in the room.
Royal Superior Room
If there’s a hotel in Las Vegas that can make you feel like royalty with one of their smaller rooms, it’s definitely the Excalibur Hotel Casino. The Royal Superior King Room is located in the Royal Tower and offers 372 sq ft of elegant space. You’ll love the elegant, deep soaking tub, along with the glass-enclosed shower and more. The view from the Royal Superior King Room offers a glimpse at the vibrant Excalibur architecture.
StayWell Rooms at the Excalibur
The Excalibur hotel is part of the MGM Resorts family, which means that you can spend your time in Las Vegas in one of the wonderful StayWell rooms that MGM Resorts is famous for.
The StayWell Rooms at Excalibur offer additional amenities that support your health and wellbeing during travel. StayWell at MGM Resorts features amenities such as enhanced air purification, vitamin C shower infusers, aromatherapy, and access to the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Newsletter. The StayWell Rooms are offered as Resort Tower Rooms with a single king bed or two queen beds.
Resort Luxury Suite
The Resort Luxury Suite is perfect for when you want to elevate your level of comfort and elegance at the Excalibur in Las Vegas. Think along the lines of 682 sq ft, with a separate bedroom and living area that’s just perfect for having a few friends over for drinks before heading out into Vegas for the night.
The Resort Luxury Suite offers a long list of amenities that include a wet bar and mini-refrigerator, a master bathroom with a luxurious deep soaking tub, plus another half bath that’s perfect for guests to use, two flat-screen televisions, a comfortable sitting area, and more.
Royal Luxury Suite
If you’re looking to feel like royalty, you’ll find it at the Excalibur Royal Tower with the Royal Luxury Suite. The decor is rich and lush in this 682 sq ft suite. It features a separate bedroom and seating area with a wet bar and mini-refrigerator. You’ll also find many of the other amenities that guests of the Excalibur love, including a deep soaking tub in the master bathroom, a glass-enclosed shower, and a separate water closet. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the view from the Royal Luxury Suite at the Excalibur Las Vegas.
Two-Bedroom Luxury Suite
The Two Bedroom Luxury Suite at the Excalibur is spacious, offering lots of room for families and small groups of friends that are traveling together. The Two Bedroom Luxury Suite features a single king bed in one of the bedrooms and your choice of two queens or a single king in the second bedroom.
The decor is neutral and peaceful. You’ll find it very easy to relax in this 1034 sq ft space. The suite offers a separate seating/living room area, along with a wet bar, ample seating, and a master bath with a deep soaking tub that makes it easy to sit back and escape for a bit. The Two Bedroom Luxury Suite also comes with all the basic amenities featured in other Excalibur Las Vegas hotel rooms.
Royal Two Bedroom Luxury Suite
The Royal Two Bedroom Luxury Suite is very similar to the Resort Two Bedroom Suite, but with a few different decors and ambiance details. In the Royal Two Bedroom Luxury Suite, guests can enjoy the Excalibur’s attention to detail with beautiful crown molding, sophisticated and modern furnishings, and a layout that’s perfect for lite entertaining or for a small family to enjoy some time in Las Vegas without being crowded into a small room together.
The Royal Two Bedroom Suite features a master bedroom with a king bed and your choice of a single king or two queen beds in the second bedroom. The Royal Two Bedroom Luxury Suite sleeps up to seven guests.
Excalibur Las Vegas Restaurants
Even when there’s so much to do and see in Las Vegas, you still have to eat, right? Las Vegas is home to one of the hottest culinary scenes in the United States, and you don’t have to venture far to find some great food and great restaurants, no matter what you’re craving. Take a look at the lineup of restaurants that the Excalibur Hotel has to offer.
Dick’s Last Resort
Why stay in and order room service when you can go out for a fun meal that you’ll likely never forget. Many have heard of Dick’s Last Resort and the shenanigans that go on there. If you’re someone who’s unaware of their reputation, then brace yourself for a dining experience like no other.
Dick’s Last Resort is what you might describe as a bit rowdy and unpredictable. The service staff has a quirky sense of humor, and they’re not afraid to use it. Be prepared to laugh at yourself and share some twisted humor with your service staff and the rest of the table. Don’t worry, though. Whatever happens at Dick’s Last Resort is always in good fun.
The menu at Dick’s Last Resort is like bar food mixed with comfort food on steroids. To give you a taste, the menu includes dishes like Dick’s Big Pig, which is a massive pulled pork sandwich, Motha Cluckin Good Chicken Wings with your choice of sauces, Mama Dick’s Mac & Cheese, and then a Thick Dick Milkshake for dessert.
For the truly adventurous, you can take on the challenge of Dick’s Big T-Boner. If you can manage to scarf down two 16-ounce steaks, a huge 12-inch Weiner, Macho Nachos, a heaping double portion of mashed potatoes, a house salad, and a double order of broccoli (don’t want to skip out on the veggies), all within an hour, then the nearly $80 meal is yours to enjoy on the house!
Dick’s Last Resort is open daily for lunch and dinner, but they stay open extra late on the weekends.
Bucca di Beppo
The Excalibur is a great hotel for both families and friends, so what could possibly be better than an Italian family-style meal served at Bucca di Beppo? At Bucca di Beppo, all of you gather around the table and prepare to feast on authentic Italian favorites.
All of the portions at Bucca di Beppo are meant to be shared. You can choose between the small portions that are designed for three people and the larger portions that are intended to serve up to five. The menu starts off with a selection of pasta that will have you wishing you wore your stretchy pants by just looking at it.
You can create your own family-style pasta dish or choose from one of the specialty pasta (Shrimp Fra Diavlo, anyone?), traditional pasta dishes, or extra decadent stuffed pasta. Don’t worry. The Excalibur has a fitness center you can visit tomorrow if you must.
Even if pasta isn’t your thing, Bucca di Beppo offers a shareable selection of appetizers, warm and delicious bread, Italian-style entrees, sides, salads, and pizza.
Bucca di Beppo is a casual Italian restaurant that’s open daily for lunch and dinner service.
Vagabond is where you can drink, play, and eat at the Excalibur Hotel and Casino. The vibe is casual and laid back at Vagabond, and it’s a great place to catch the game, hang out with friends for happy hour, or get your napkins dirty with some seriously good grub.
The menu at Vagabond includes appetizers like Loco Nachos and Fried’ Pickle Chips and then sandwiches like a Hickory Smoked Cuban and a Pastrami Burger. There are also a couple of salads if the overindulgence in Las Vegas has taken a toll on you.
Vagabond opens early and stays open late, and happy hour happens every Monday thru Friday from 5 pm to 7 pm.
Drenched Bar & Grill
Drenched Bar & Grill is the spot for poolside dining at Excalibur. Whether you’re hanging out at the pool when the hunger strikes or you just want to enjoy a casual meal with a great poolside view, Drenched Bar & Grill is the perfect spot for satisfying your cravings.
The menu of poolside bites includes snacks, salads, sandwiches, wraps, and deep-dish pizzas. Choose something on the lighter side or indulge a little. It’s all possible at Drenched Bar & Grill.
Because Drenched is located poolside, the hours are more limited than what you’ll find with other Vegas restaurants. They open at 9 am most days and close between 5 pm and 6 pm, depending on the day.
Johnny Rockets is an American favorite, famous for its iconic diner feel. The vibe is casual but vibrant, and it’s a great spot for friends and family who want to share a burger, milkshake, or other types of diner food favorites.
One of the largest areas of the menu at Johnny Rockets is the selection of burgers. Choose from the classic cheeseburger in all sorts of varieties. There are also the varieties topped with loads of bacon, veggie burgers, and chicken burgers —so there’s something for everyone. All the beef for Johnny Rocket’s burgers is 100% fresh and never frozen. The homestyle goodness and taste really shine through.
You also can’t leave Johnny Rockets without trying one of their famous, thick milkshakes. Treat yourself to a meal that makes you feel like a kid again at Johnny Rockets.
Baja Fresh is super-fresh, super-casual, super-delicious Mexican-style food. When you’re in the mood for some south of the border eats but don’t want to spend the time for a leisurely sit-down meal, Baja Fresh is the perfect destination. You can dine in if you want, but it’s also great for when you want to take your food to go.
Food Court & Quick Bites
The Excalibur food court is open 24 hours when a craving strikes any time of the day or night. However, not all of the eateries at the Food Court keep the same hours. You’ll find all the food court favorites, like Cinnabon, Auntie Anne’s, Einstein Bros Bagels, Pizza Hut, Hotdog on a Stick, Krispy Creme, and more.
Excalibur also offers a selection of quick bite locations for when you want something quick and easy to eat or drink. Spots like Castle Coffee and Orange Julius are favorites among the Excalibur crowd.
The Buffet at Excalibur
Vegas is the land of the buffet, and there are lots of buffets in Las Vegas to choose from. The Buffet at Excalibur is relaxed, casual, and open for breakfast and brunch every day of the week. Enjoy made-to-order crepes, omelets, pancakes, and more, along with all the other delicious things guests like to pile on their plates. Fill up, so you have lots of energy to enjoy your day in Sin City.
Nightlife & Bars
Las Vegas Blvd is one of the hottest nightlife scenes in the United States. There’s always something happening in what seems like almost infinite options for nightlife and bars. The Excalibur offers its own list of bars and lounges to help you get the party started in Sin City.
The Lounge at Excalibur is a casual bar that’s located near the Excalibur Tower. The Lounge is perfect for grabbing your favorite cocktail, and they’re open 24 hours on the weekend. The Longe also offers live music on the weekends, plus a selection of specialty cocktails that will make you second guess your life choices come the next morning.
Located close to the Excalibur lobby, the Lobby Bar is ideal for enjoying a drink either right before or after you check-in or check out. The Lobby Bar offers a selection of popular cocktails and bottled beers, and you’ll find a few screens for catching up on the news or how your team is performing in that nail-biting game.
Sometimes you want to play a little video poker without spending your credit or debit card limit at the casino. Sherwood Bar offers the best of both worlds. Enjoy your favorite cocktails, and if you’re in the mood, you can also enjoy trying your luck at one of the video poker machines.
Sherwood Bar is open late every night. However, when they open varies by the day.
So, you’ve got a fun night planned. Maybe you’re going to see the Tournament of Kings or the Thunder From Down Under. Where should you enjoy a drink or two before the show? The Thunder Bar is ideally located next to the Thunderland Showroom, making it the perfect spot to enjoy a pre or post-show cocktail. Currently, the Thunder Bar is only open on Fridays and Saturdays, from the early evening into the wee hours of the morning.
Shows & Entertainment
The Excalibur Hotel and Casino is where you can find some of the best fun, high-energy shows in Vegas. Currently, the Excalibur is home to four resident shows, each offering something completely unique for the audience.
Tournament of Kings
The Tournament of Kings is possibly one of the most well-known and well-loved shows in all of Vegas. This popular dinner and show experience are enjoyable for all ages, offering both an enthralling storyline and a themed dinner rolled into one unforgettable experience.
The “Tournament of Kings is an adaptation of the tale of King Arthur. Audiences have been wowed by the tales of bravery, combined with pyrotechnics that doesn’t let you forget you’re in Vegas. During the show, the audience feasts on a themed dinner, but there’s one catch. You have to eat your food just like they did in the days of King Arthur – without utensils!
Thunder From Down Under
The Thunder From Down Under is the ultimate girls’ night out in Vegas. The Thunder From Down Under is considered one of the top male revue shows in the entire world. Coined as Australia’s hottest export, the guys of Thunder put on a performance that you won’t soon forget.
Trust that the risque part of this show isn’t the only thing going on. The show is filled with top-level choreography and more. Just remember that this one is appropriate for younger audiences. All guests must be at least 18 years old to attend.
Australian Bee Gees
Fans of the Bee Gees, or even fans of just that era of music, will love the Australian Bee Gees at Excalibur. This show is the ultimate tribute to the Bee Gees and their legacy of music. This music-themed show has been running for more than 22 years, and it never gets old. Come see this performance that’s based around famous Bee Gees hits, like Jive Talkin, Stayin Alive, How Deep Is Your Love, and more.
Mac King Comedy Magic Show
Magic, comedy, and a pet guinea pig? Mac King brings all of this and more to the stage at the Excalibur. Mac King offers a type of magic and sleight of hand that’s infused with touches of comedy that bring natural bursts of laughter from the audience.
Mac King Comedy Magic Show has won awards and accolades, and it ranks high among favorite Las Vegas magic shows. Take a seat and enjoy. The Mac King Comedy Magic Show is suitable for all ages.
Ultimate 4D Experience
In the realm of fantastic entertainment, the Excalibur offers the Ultimate 4D Experience. This 4D experience takes some of the biggest Hollywood brands that have made it to the screen and creates an immersive 4D experience that will leave you catching your breath.
Ultimate 4D Experience shows change throughout the year, but you can expect mesmerizing and breathtaking shows that include the San Andreas 4D Experience (if you’ve seen this in the theater, you can only imagine what the experience is like in 4D!), the Aquaman 4D Experience, and Wonder Woman. Showtimes and schedules change, so make sure to check the latest calendar of Ultimate 4D Experience events.
Whether you’re young or young at heart, there’s a world of fun to be had at the Excalibur Fun Dungeon. The Fun Dungeon is a massive arcade that offers hundreds of games and activities for all ages. There are carnival midway experiences, arcade games, redemption games, a special area for kiddie-land games, and a whole bunch more.
The Fun Dungeon is part of what makes Excalibur such a great place for families to stay in Vegas. But, the Fun Dungeon is equally welcoming to fun-loving people of all ages. The Fun Dungeon is open daily, from the late afternoon until later in the evening. They’re usually open earlier on the weekend to give you more time to play and indulge your inner child.
Pools at Excalibur Hotel Casino
The seasonal outdoor pools at Excalibur bring to mind a peaceful tropical paradise. The pool landscape features 30,000 sq ft of deck space dotted with plenty of lounges for those times when you just want to relax and soak up the Vegas sun. If you feel like getting wet, the water at the Excalibur pools is always perfect. The pool complex features four pools plus a water slide.
For guests who are looking for a more luxurious and private experience at the Excalibur pools, there are cabanas that can be rented. The cabanas are wonderful because they offer your own personal space, shading, snacks, and more. The Excalibur also offers extra comfortable lounge chairs that can be reserved for the entire day.
If hunger strikes or you get a craving for a refreshing cocktail, the Drenched Bar & Grill offers both and is just a mere few feet away from the pool deck.
Spa at Excalibur
Treating yourself to a day at the spa is undeniably one of the most relaxing and indulgent things you can do for yourself. The Spa at Excalibur offers an ambiance and menu of spa services that will leave you feeling relaxed, pampered, and maybe even a little like royalty.
The Spa at Excalibur covers more than 13,000 sq ft of space devoted entirely to your wellbeing and relaxation. The Spa features a jacuzzi and cold plunge experiences, steam rooms, a sauna, and nearly a dozen treatment rooms where you can enjoy a range of massages and body treatments. Guests at the spa can also enjoy state-of-the-art fitness center access.
The Spa at Excalibur is open daily. However, some areas and services may be restricted due to current regulations.
Excalibur Las Vegas Casino
If you’re in the mood to spend some time at the casino, Excalibur isn’t going to disappoint. The casino inside of the Excalibur spans more than 100,000 sq ft. You’ll find all of your favorite table games on the casino floor, from blackjack and poker to roulette. One of the best things about the Excalibur casino is that you don’t have to take out a second mortgage on your home just to buy into one of the table games.
The casino also features an exclusive poker room and more than a thousand slot machines, with buy-ins that range from a single penny all the way up to $100. As part of MGM Resorts, the Excalibur is also home to a BetMGM Sportsbook, where sports gaming enthusiasts can place their bets and watch the game in comfort and style.
Parking at Excalibur Hotel Casino
MGM Resorts supplies the same parking benefits to all of their hotels & casinos in Vegas, including the Excalibur. The parking facilities are safe, clean, and well-lit, with enhanced security features for your safety and wellbeing.
Guests who are staying at the Excalibur can pay a daily parking fee that can also be applied directly to your room fee. This parking fee grants access to parking at all MGM properties in Vegas for a 24-hour period. This 24-hour period typically covers the time between check-in and check-out for most guests. Hotel guests can use their room keys to access the parking facilities. If you have questions about parking fees and parking privileges, contact the hotel directly for more information.
Guests staying at the Excalibur may choose between self-parking and valet parking. The parking fee that you pay will cover whichever type of parking you choose for the duration of the 24-hour period.
Excalibur also offers short-term parking for visitors, with a schedule of fees for both self and valet parking.
Excalibur Las Vegas Location
The Excalibur Hotel and Casino is located at 3850 S Las Vegas Blvd. This is a great location on the southern end of the Vegas Strip. Excalibur is close to many of the major attractions in Vegas. The Excalibur is located about 2.5 miles from the Harry Reid International Airport (formerly McCarran International Airport).
The Excalibur is a wonderful option if you’re looking for a fun hotel on the Strip that’s a bit more casual and laid back than some of the others. With rooms that are affordable, great entertainment & dining options, and a casual, friendly casino, the Excalibur is hard to pass up. Keep in mind that all hotels in Vegas book up early at peak times of the year and for certain events, so plan ahead and make your reservations today. .