The exterior of the casino is
incredible. It has an Aztec/Ancient feel
with some solid architecture. Once
inside it is more of a modern beauty.
Poker room staff was incredibly friendly
and helpful (exceeded expectations).
It's located right next to the sports
book, which is one of the biggest and
best in Vegas, although it lacked the
intensity and emotion found in Stardust,
Venetian (waitresses so hot it hurts)
and MGM Grand but the comfortable
seating (leather chairs) and great food
(chicken fingers, cafe behind the poker
room) make up for that. I found the low
stakes games loose and passive during
the day. Yummy
It's difficult to get in the
tournaments. They won't let u call in
to sign up and MB is on the far end of
the strip so it's hard to get to. Daily
tourneys fill up fast as well. If you’re
coming form the Venetian end take the
monorail and then tram from Excalibur.
As stated b4 the room is relatively
small, could be a draw back for some but
I found it more personal. I never had
problems with waiting lists.