Cheer on your knight over a fingers-only feast at the Tournament of Kings, Excalibur's popular dinner theater and signature attraction. (The hotel offers plenty of knife-and-fork dining options too, from the Steakhouse at Camelot to the more casual Roundtable Buffet, and some brand-new restaurants.) Or travel back to the '70s at the Australian Bee Gees Show, where performers keep the original band's popular disco tunes alive in a multimedia performance. Another group of Australian stars, Thunder from Down Under, performs award-winning male strip shows for adults 18 and over.
After these shows, you may need a cooldown, so head on over to Excalibur's big, beautiful new pool area. Make a splash in the all-ages pool, or chill out in style in a cabana at the 18-and-over pool. For some potentially money-making recreation, the casino and sports book offer everything you'd expect from a Vegas casino. If you didn't hit it big, you can still be pampered like a king or queen with a body wrap or facial at the Royal Treatment Spa. The spa's fitness center is reserved for guests 18 and older, but conveniently overlooks the pool area so you can keep an eye on the kids. Prefer a leisurely walk to a full-on workout? Take a stroll through Castle Walk, a medieval bazaar offering everything from Excalibur keepsakes to fudge-dipped apples. (Accessing other Strip shops, spas, and restaurants is made easy with a free tram connecting the Excalibur, Luxor, and Mandalay Bay--and an overhead pedestrian bridge leads to New York New York.)
When you retire to your private quarters, you'll find a room with medieval style and modern amenities, like widescreen TVs with premium cable channels, and high-speed wired Internet access (surcharge). Housed in two 28-story towers, many Excalibur rooms offer great views of The Strip, including skyline vistas of nearby New York New York Hotel & Casino.