If you are planning to go to Las Vegas and are looking for a place for the whole family [where children are], then you might consider booking a circus or excalibur to hope that your child will win and never hate you. Because you dragged them to an adult-oriented place. This page will also discuss the pros and cons of these two Vegas resorts for adult visitors.
First of all, I must stress that Las Vegas [especially all major resorts and casinos] is not the place I want to bring my children [for a variety of reasons, from everywhere there is smoke to high alcohol content] , related "bad" behavior]. However, if you really need to bring your child there, you may want to give them something they would like. Therefore, it is understandable that the budget means circus and Excalibur will be shortlisted. But… Which one is best for your family?
As far as children are concerned, the “Circus” has the best facilities thanks to its huge Adventuredome: here you can adapt to rides of all ages from young children to young people; more complex rides are also for adults. People are also very interesting, I must admit that if my partner does not want to drag me away, I will stay there all day. Even if you decide not to live in the circus, if you have children, you may want to take them there for a whole day: they will thank you.
But: their swimming pool is small, of course it can't provide a range of rides for children; the rooms are clean, although I can't describe them as "comfortable" [the mattress is too hard]; in my opinion, the casino is "encouraging "Frustrated", though, to be fair, because the circus targets the family, they may have decided that the casino is not a key factor.
Despite the Disney-like style, the Excalibur is not suitable for children. Yes, they do have a basement where children and families can find games to play with, but they can't even compare with the Circus Circus Adventure Park. I think that the Sword Ranger is a mediocre compromise for those seeking budget accommodation, and they are in a better position than the Circus Circus. A positive feature is their huge pool area, which is designed for children with a large enough area and is equipped with a children's waterslide [of course, adults can also use it].
Excalibur's rooms and corridors are hard to describe as "child-friendly": all rooms are smoking [well, people in non-smoking rooms are smoking, mostly drunk, and you can smell wherever you go] And breathe smoke, no matter how hard you try not to do it]. If you don't mind your child breathing smoke, Excalibur is worth considering. However, keep in mind that it is very loud, half-naked girls dancing on the tables of several casinos, the music is particularly loud, and the drunk middle-aged men are everywhere cheap. We were surrounded by "no smoking floors" [filled with smoke].
However, a key positive feature is that the Excalibur Casino is undoubtedly much more interesting than the circus entertainment venue. Children are not allowed to enter the casino floor, but if you want to try to nanny while gambling nearby, this casino will bring you more fun.