Excalibur Hotel and Casino is a hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, in the United States. It is owned and operated by MGM Resorts International.
Connie Hatch | May 17, 2018
If you have never been to the tournament of Kings dinner and show you must plan a trip here. The show was very entertaining, and engages the audience making it Fun For All. The food was okay but the main attraction was the show. Well worth the money as the show entertains and encourages audience participation. The wait staff was friendly and prompt and discreet as they served us amongst to the show as it was going on and came back to see if we needed anything and then brought us our check all without interrupting the show. If you are in Las Vegas and want a family activity to attend this is well worth the money.
Brittany Brooks | Feb 18, 2018
Went here on a Thursday night, and the venue was at best half-full, which kind of kills the atmosphere a bit. The show is entertaining enough, but definitely cheesy and quite short- 75 minutes at the very most. Everyone likes the races and jousting, and I think what could make it better would be more of that competition aspect, and don’t have the knights ‘die off.’ Our night was defeated early on and our section was pretty quiet after that. I always pay attention to the horses in shows like these, and everybody looked sound and well-groomed and fed. They seemed perky and spirited and happy to do their jobs despite being likely very “well-rehearsed.” Sound quality in the venue made it very very difficult to hear the performers clearly. I overall only caught maybe half of what was said/sung. We got discounted tickets for less than $20 each, and at that price the meal was actually a bargain on the Strip. The biscuit and potatoes were good (although the bottom of my biscuit was soggy from the steamy plate), chicken was moist and deliciously seasoned, and I enjoyed the “dragon’s blood” tomato soup as well. Apple pastry for dessert was nice and flaky. Portions were filling without being wasteful. So overall, we enjoyed ourselves and enjoyed the food, especially for the price we paid. I just don’t think I would return unless they did a major overhaul of the show, and might have been less pleased had I paid full price.
Nick Brenner | May 9, 2018
Okay, food wasn't much to write home about, but entertainment was phenomenal. Those guys put on a heck of a show, whether we got cheap tickets or not. Our 5 year old's attention was held 100% of the time to boot. In summary, we asked him what he liked better, having phone and tablet time, or the knights show. With a grin on his face showing what a hard question that is, he said the knight show. Well done crew. Well done.
sparky Tuttle | Mar 24, 2018
This show is fantastic especially if you have children. The show moves at an understandable pace for kids maybe 5 & up. For those under 5, it is flashing and ever changing, so it keeps their interest, too. The actors engage with everyone, so my 9 year old granddaughter felt very special. The horsemanship is phenomenal. The costumes are beautiful. Even the food was great. Towards the end of the show there are a couple of loud bangs, so if you have someone who is sensitive to noise, keep that in mind. Also, if you want to yell for a good guy team, pick any section to sit in, EXCEPT the Dragons...they are the bad guys. The showroom has many steps to get in and it is very large, so remember that as well, in case you are carrying someone.They do have wheelchair accommodations. Just keep the size of the showroom in mind. It was a fun, exciting and worth the price for the whole family.
K Z | Mar 23, 2018
Show was pretty fun especially for families. We sat really close to the stage entrance so be careful if you have little ones. We had to cover our baby's ears when there were explosions. Good thing the servers warned us at the end especially. The food was not bland in our opinion and my husband is a salt fiend. We even brought garlic salt and steak seasoning and never used them. The Cornish hens were moist and the skin perfectly crispy. Tomato soup smelt and tasted like five cheese marinara sauce.
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