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We'll constructed show with Arthur and the Knights of the round table dueling to end. We had category C seats in France section and our knight won the tournament! Doesn't matter where you sit as all seats had a great view. Food was more than...More
We have a 13 yr old daughter who is horse mad, so staying in a city with entertainment including horses was a no brainer. We knew not to expect much from a culinary point of view, which is served early on just prior the show...More
We booked this dinner and show for new year's eve for a fun evening with the kids (11, 13) before the midnight festivities. My kids had been to medieval times but my wife and I had not, so didn't have a comparison point (but they...More
My Partner refuses to do shows in Vegas so I was quite nervous to book this for Christmas dinner as a present for him. Out of all the shows in Vegas I thought this would be the best one to book for him as it...More
This was the first time for my family to see this show. We were all impressed and hoarse after yelling along with the Ireland team. The pyrotechnics and choreography were on point and the story was engaging for all ages (we had relatives with 7...More
Being a shy lad I don’t like to get into things, I don’t do the wave in stadiums or clap along to concerts...
I left the tournament of kings with a sore throat.
I’ve always wanted visit a show like this and it met every...More
We went to Tournament of Kings as it seemed suitable for kids. My three teenagers enjoyed it but I have been to far superior medieval banquets/ shows. The whole thing felt very rushed, food thrown down and almost as soon as we’d eaten we were...More
I'm 5'11 and had a left knee that was giving me fits. First there is an elevator from main floor that will help getting down the steps. I realized there were several people in wheelchairs, so there must have been ADA... More
I'm 5'11 and had a left knee that was giving me fits. First there is an elevator from main floor that will help getting down the steps. I realized there were several people in wheelchairs, so there must have been ADA seating. My seats were several rows down. I got luck and I was on an end seat and was able to stretch my leg out. However I couldn't do it while they were serving as it was trip hazard. It ultimately was not a problem
Anyone knows where I can find a deal for the Tournament of Kings? We'll be there early August. The 2x$75 deal doesn't help us because none of the other shows seem to be child appropriate or have a huge supplement.
July 13, 2015|
If you happen to play myVegas on Facebook, they have tickets for 30,000 LPs. A good deal if you are already playing the game.
myvegas points (1 Replies)
Hello All. Yes I know forums have popped up about MyVegas before but they seem a little old. I'm travelling to Las Vegas Oct 2015 and hope to have heaps more points up by then. Can you use more that one "Dinner pass" or "Buffet pass" in one stay at the same Hotel? Also the same in "Free play" rewards? They say have a $10 free play and a $50 free play. Can you redeem both of them in one stay at same Hotel? Last question..lol...Are the 1 Free complimentary tickets to KA and Tournament...More
November 21, 2014|
Ask again on the Las Vegas forum. This forum for all of Nevada gets very few visitors.
Itinerary Timing question (4 Replies)
We have tickets for the tournament of Kings dinner show on Monday at 6 PM. The show is supposed to end at 7:15 PM. I'm thinking of getting tickets for Love Beatles at 9:30pm same night.( We leave Thursday and there are no shows Tues/wed. ) this is my first time to vegas and I've heard the travel time on the strip is a lot more than you'd think. So is it reasonable to get from one show to the other in this amount of time? Google shows 12-16 mins by car but that doesn't include walking from...More
May 30, 2015|
Response fromJon D|
You got 2:15 between shows. I'd walk to NYNY then jump on the monorail to Bellagio. From there it's about a 20 min walk to mirage. I'd say you got plenty of time to get from one hotel to another, you could walk the whole thing or taxi it too. But why when you can grab a drink on the way ☺