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Best strip view Excalibur room

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by susquehannaretriever, May 11, 2017.

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  1. susquehannaretriever

    susquehannaretriever Tourist

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    First time visitor, we are booking Excalibur in November for the PBR championships. Which type of Excalibur rooms are best for a strip view? Celebrating our 30th anniversary want to make it special. THANKS!
     
  2. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    If you look at this pic/map on google maps, you will see that many of the rooms do not have a decent strip view. I assume you when you book, you can request that?
     
  3. Kisby

    Kisby MIA

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    Why Excalibur?
     
    Buddy trip!
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    notfromconcentrate Connoisseur of dive casinos and obnoxious outfits

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    Asking the same question. There is not one thing special about Excalibur, IMO.
     
  5. AZ Night Owl

    AZ Night Owl Tourist

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    Rooms in the Resort Tower (only on one side) face NY NY from kind of a side angle, you can also see MGM Grand and Tropicana. The strip facing side of the Royal Tower gives you a side view of the luxor tower rooms and a partial view of mostly empty space adjoining the airport. Depending on what floor you b are on you may be able c to see The top portion of Mandalay Bay. The Royal tower strip view isn't much of a view at all. The Royal Tower is the newly remodeled tower but the only noticeable upgrade is in the bedding. The Resort Tower rooms are just fine for a decent low cost room.

    I actually really like Excalibur and think it is an excellent option for an inexpensive no frills room. It is close to t-mobile arena, and there are plenty of inexpensive food options, and the gambling is cheap. However, if you are going on a trip intending it to be "special" for your 30th anniversary..... Excalibur is not a very good choice for that. I would suggest booking a room at Venetian/ Palazzo and just taking an uber to the rodeo event, in my experience Venetian tends to have the most reasonable rates for an upscale property,
     
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