We loved staying at the Excalibur. It was a great environment and would definitely come back.
The facility look like it could use a little cleaning touch up updating Weather in the room or in the food court area. But was glad to experience the stay at the Lux and would do it again.
I really didn't get to enjoy my stay because I was only in the room for a few hours, but I did love the complementary $50 food voucher; (even) tho I reallly couldn't order what I wanted because of the prices. But overall I will stay again, very clean and trusting place.
Beautifully designed, clean rooms, easy check-in and check-out process. Early check-in available for $30.
Great center stip location. Free tram in hotel. Buffet was good. Good air circulation/smoke filtration in casino. Staff was great. Would definitely recommend.
Very noisy neighbors, however I was able to move and that pleased me , so the ladies at the reception were very helpful and courteous , so I will stay there again. Thank you
Our room was nice. We were in a renovated room with a garden view. Others in our party were in a non renovated area with a Strip View and they commented about the noise and that the room was looking and feeling ragged. It’s a good location on the Strip. Close to the places that we usually go to when ...
Rooms were clean, staff was polite. Electronic check-in and check-out worked properly. Only complaint is about the (fairly standard) labyrinthine interior layouts that cane be confusing (on purpose!) even with abundant signage.
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