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Excalibur's medieval-themed guestrooms feature wall tapestries and carved headboards. Amenities include dining sets, stall showers, and TVs with pay movies, premium channels, and Internet access.
Tournament of Kings is a medieval-style dinner show (no dining utensils needed!) that includes jousting, horseback riding skill demonstrations, hand-to-hand combat, beasts, fire, and pageantry.
Excalibur Buffet takes all you can eat to a whole new level with loads of choices including a carving station, Chinese station, and a mouth-watering dessert station. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Steakhouse at Camelot is a Zagat award winning restaurant that offers the freshest prime cuts of beef and a seafood selection flown in daily, paired with perfect starters and side dishes like bleu cheese potato gratin. Open nightly for dinner.
Dick's Last Resort, dubbed “The Shame o’the Strip,” is a rowdy and wild spot that features live music, buckets of finger foods—and don’t miss the Case O’ King Crabs. It's the perfect spot to watch the big game or just get crazy. Serving lunch, dinner, and late-night dining on the weekends.
Baja Fresh puts only the finest ingredients go into all of your Mexican favorites. Open for lunch and dinner.
The Village Food Court is your one-stop shop for nine convenient dining options, including Starbucks, McDonald’s, Auntie Ann’s, and Popcornopolis.
Drenched, Excalibur’s outdoor dining hot spot, serves poolside meals and drinks.
Not only does Excalibur boast a medieval theme and their world-renowned Tournament of Kings dinner show, but they also have myriad dining choices, a large spa, and a fitness center that overlooks the pool.