We loved staying at the Excalibur. It was a great environment and would definitely come back.
The best thing I liked was the staff. In all departments they were friendly and extremely helpful. We had a few beetles in our room and housekeeping was very quick to respond when I called them and came up and took care of the problem within 10 minutes of my call. In the casino I didn't win anything ...
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.
It's the quietest and chillest hotel I've ever stayed in on the strip (pro), you have immediate access to the Mandalay Bay casino and restaurants/pool if you want BUT it's still very much all on the strip prices and the in-house and in-Mandalay Bay food options are mediocre.
Great center stip location. Free tram in hotel. Buffet was good. Good air circulation/smoke filtration in casino. Staff was great. Would definitely recommend.
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The Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino is a luxury hotel on the Strip which, like many of the best known hotels near Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay, offers gambling, world-class live entertainment, and plenty of poolside attractions. But Mandalay Bay has something truly unusual in its Shark Reef: a public aquarium featuring a 1.3 million-gallon tank. In addition to its giant tank and awe-inspiring shark tunnel, Shark Reef also features several educational ecosystem exhibits, like a jungle exhibit featuring komodo dragons and golden crocodiles. When you're done at this aquarium, you might head out to one of the nearby Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay hotels, like the famous Luxor with its pyramid, or even the Camelot-themed Excalibur Hotel and Casino.
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Hotels in Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay start at C$29 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.