Excalibur Guest Returned to Her Hotel Room and Found a Man Sleeping in Her Bed

by Anthony Losanno
Excalibur Man Sleeping

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A guest at the Excalibur Hotel & Casino returned to her Las Vegas hotel room yesterday to find a man snoozing in her bed. Did the hotel give him a key by mistake or did she nor fully close the door? Either way, this is quite the surprise.

The woman returned to the room and started filming. No answer is provided in the video as to the man’s identity or why he was in the room.

As I stated on Friday, when I wrote about a hotel guest who was sexually assaulted in Charlotte, always lock your door and use the deadbolt when it it. You also need to double check that the door is fully closed as some do not automatically shut fully. I’m not sure what happened here, but it appears that this woman is fine. Hopefully, she called the hotel to clear this up and get the man where he should be staying.

Anthony’s Take: I have had situations where I have been given keys to an occupied room a few times through the years. In each case, I noticed a person or their belongings and went back to the front desk for another room.

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1 comment

Chris Mitchell March 31, 2024 - 5:35 pm

Similar thing happened to me last year next door at Luxor. Checked in, found the room still occupied. Front desk begrudgingly moved me to another room, though I had to wait 45 minutes at the front desk a 2nd time.


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