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Excalibur Hotel and Casino 3850 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Las Vegas Helicopter Night Flight with Optional VIP Transportation

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Avoid the jam-packed streets on the Strip, and see Las Vegas from a different vantage point by taking to the air on a nighttime helicopter tour. Book this popular experience ahead of time to secure the day and time you’d like to soar above Sin City. Hotel pickup and drop-off by Mercedes Sprinter is included (if option selected).
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ratchel12345 wrote a review Nov 2020
Slidell, Louisiana295 contributions50 helpful votes
Not as new and sparkly as New York New Yorks arcade, but everything runs on quarters and gives you tickets. The staff was super helpful and we had a good time. It's an indoor carnival.
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Date of experience: October 2020
YourFavoriteFosters wrote a review Jul 2020
Sacramento, California35 contributions55 helpful votes
Not too big. Not too small. Great game prices. The kids had a blast! They could go around and do a overhaul and fix some machines, other than that it was great.
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Date of experience: July 2020
2 Helpful votes
Jason S wrote a review Jul 2020
Reedsburg, Wisconsin543 contributions213 helpful votes
This is a great place to bring kids if they are into playing some arcade and carnival games. Event adults can find some games to play. It felt like we got a lot of games for the $20 we put on the card.
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Date of experience: June 2020
1 Helpful vote
zoombie wrote a review Nov 2019
Calgary, Alberta157 contributions81 helpful votes
Not over priced, games are good value for the little ones. They do get you on the games which spit out tickets for cheap prizes, however kids love that. Could be updated and cleaned a bit more. Large selection of games for all ages of kids Poor employees though, which I have noticed all over Vegas lately. Rude and poor service, as if we are an inconvenience to them. Sad - they do need better customer service training
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Date of experience: November 2019
Vegas702 wrote a review Jul 2019
Las Vegas, Nevada89 contributions9 helpful votes
This place needs some updates. Went to Ultimate 4D- Experience at Excalibur and I can say, I would never go back. So you check in and you wait for one of the three short movies. Today it was Lego, Journey 2 and San Andreas. The movie last 15 minutes, you pick up these 3d glasses and adventure begins or not. When you sit down and the movie starts you get sprayed with water, fan blows at you so you can feel the wind, this plastic piece pocks you in the back that comes out of the chair. The small theater is not even dark because of the two open entrances/exits without doors. They need to take 4D out of its name. Secondly the Game Dungeon is filled by employees that don’t wont to be there. They are so not friendly and waiting for the shift to be over. The ambiance sucks on a big level. The way they represent the Excalibur hotel its a shame. The game dungeon needs a major update they are still using change machine for quarters. Other places you swipe credit card or insert cash and the machine dispenses the plastic card easier and convenient then quarters. The scissor game for the reward has a small print on the bottom of the glass to explain how to play it, wow that is a rip off. The games cost one dollar to play. Also the place has that old building smell. I am never going back.
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Date of experience: July 2019
2 Helpful votes