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One of the first theme hotels (built in 1990), this is still a favorite with children.
The giant Lego-like castle is popular with families... but recent makeovers in all of the property's rooms make much of the property look more grown-up. Full review →
One of the largest resort hotels in the world, Excalibur (also known as the Realm) is a gleaming white, turreted castle complete with moat, drawbridge, battlements, and lofty towers. Full review →
Debuting in June 1990, this colorful castle spawned a number of nineties-era theme resorts. It is still a fun-filled place whose medieval architecture and decor are popular with family travelers. Full review →
A mock castle playing on its Arthurian theme, with throngs of stroller-pushing parents. Full review →
In the running for the cheesiest resort on the Strip, the medieval-themed, castle-shaped Excalibur aims for all age groups. Full review →
The whole place is often uncomfortably crowded; expect long lines at the restaurants.
This ode to the make-believe medieval world of swords and sorcerers boasts low, low rates, a central location and a long list of B-grade entertainment that helps fill its nearly 4,000 rooms. Full review →
Bargain rates are what bring families with young kids and crowds of twentysomethings to this kitschy medieval-themed resort. Full review →
The jury's still out on whether or not this caricature of a castle will become the next generation's Circus Circus. Full review →
Topped with colorful turrets rising high above the Strip, this castle-themed resort was the world’s largest hotel when it first opened in 1990. Full review →
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