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“Lame show - Bad Food”

Arabian Nights Dinner Attraction
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Owner description: Arabian Nights' Royal Celebration presents a tale of intrigue, magic, and love. This Orlando dinner show invites guests of all ages to witness the magnificent wedding of the beautiful Princess Amirah and the bold Prince Raswan, and the joining of the two most powerful Bedouin kingdoms, the Saglawi and the Raula. Join us, as the magic that still exists is the magic of the great Genie and the mysterious Sorcerer takes us to the corners of the earth to deliver spectacles of wonder on horseback. See the grace of the splendid Black Stallion. Admire the mystical unicorns, last of their kind. Watch in awe as the performers for this royal wedding display daring and skill with incredible acrobatics and intricate riding. In all of its majesty, this will truly be a wedding to remember. But, perhaps, not all is as it seems.Great for kids and Groups. We offer a Full Bar selection. Ask about our VIP/Backstage Tours available for an additional price.
New Jersey
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 397 helpful votes
“Lame show - Bad Food”
Reviewed February 21, 2006

Save your money, not worth it unless you have money to spend and time to kill and no dinner plans what so ever in the world.

Show was relly really lame, food wasn't good at all ( and we thought we were playing it safe with the Veg lasagnia).

It was hard to get too also.

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“For young horse lovers”
Reviewed February 13, 2006

I had heard that this was the dinner show to go to. Well, if it is the best then I am not sure what the others are like.

We had VIP passes and this entitled us to meet the horses before the performance (or see a magic show)and have front row seats. Well the seats were good but the others are not that far back and you can get to meet the horses at the end anyway.

The meals were bad and I mean really bad. (Worst on the holiday) Four of us went to the show and all of us complained about the meal being cold.

The show itself was OK. Horses well trained etc. Storyline was not great...not surprising when they include "Stars and Stripes" and "Wild West" and "chariot racing" but I suppose OK for young visitors.

1 Thank Wilderj
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 223 helpful votes
“Good Show,Bad Food, Skip the VIP”
Reviewed January 9, 2006

We went to this show in May of 2005. We went online and saw that there were lots of extras if you sign up for the VIP package. I was expecting as the site said to meet the horses and have a barn tour. Well we were given a free soda, and then brought into the arena. There were 4 horses set up but they were roped off so you wouldn't touch them. No barn tour was given. It was a waste of money for VIP. The show itself was great and enjoyable. However the food was horrible! I got chicken fingers and they offered no sauce or even ketchup. The wedding cake is dry and stale tasting. On top of that you are expected to leave a tip for the waiter who really didn't attend to us. The only good part of the VIP package is you get a seat closeup.

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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 29 helpful votes
“Great horse show. Shame about food and drink”
Reviewed December 15, 2005

If you like horses, this is a great show with an arabic theme. We saw the Christmas show in December, which was based on the genie of the lamp.
The free beer is better than the pink sweet wine, but only just. The unlimited drinks are flat and possibly watered down. Food was average and the waiting staff keep interrupting you whilst you are watching the show, which we found quite irritating...they do it to try and get a tip (it just gave me a reason not to tip).
It cost $50 per head.

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“why did I ever go to this show”
Reviewed November 8, 2005

Why they called it Arabian Nights escapes me. You see indians, American west calvary, Roman chariots, etc, etc. The horses are great, the rest is just plain awful. I could not WAIT to get out of this place. Go see something, anything else when in Orlando.

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