The largest indoor equestrian arena in the world is located at this very unique facility where you can enjoy a spectacular ... More
Arabian Nights Dinner Show
The largest indoor equestrian arena in the world is located at this very unique facility where you can enjoy a spectacular equestrian performance that features the world's most beautiful Lippizans, Quarter Horses, Arabians, and other breeds of horses, as well as some of the world's greatest riders. A prime rib feast follows the show.
Took hubby there for valentines ...i have been to a few different places like this before., (medeival times , dixie stamped).that were much better. The food was no good at all. and throughout the show i thought we would see someone go to the hospital or worse before it was over. they really need ALOT of taining or new management maybe. it was really really bad !
I read the reviews on yahoo travel before I even purchased the tickets to arabian nights dinner show in Oralndo FL. I thought to myself "maybe I should give it a try even though most of the reviews said it was bad" so I took a party of 9 for my mothers birthday (which was also Valentines day) and I was so upset with myself for having my family travel 2 hours in traffic to see this show. The show was awful! The food was worse! You cant even see what your eating because the lights are off 90% of the time! I mean I could of gone to a local hospital and payed 2 bucks to eat cafeteria food that tastes better then this stuff... now I realize that there are 1,000's of people there to serve all at once but they shouldnt charge so much money for the ticket then! Also in my party were 2 Seniors and they had 2 slide down in benches because it is set up as stadium seating! It was awful! I would never go back... in fact I think that was the biggest waste of my time yet!
We came to arabian nights on our vacation around new years. Unfortunately the pre show, which was a magic show was the highlight of the evening. The main show, which was christmas themed, was a mess! Boring and awkward doesn't begin to describe it. Some of the lines were so poorly written that we were laughing out loud at times. My favorite was the incorrect use of the word transcend. The food was pretty bad and portions were small, but what do you expect when there are 2000 people to serve. Overall you are better off just coming for the magic show and then leaving. save yourself from the rest!
My husband and I attended Arabian nights because we had heard such amazing things about it. Well we were highly dissapointed when we left the show. The performance was mediocre and the story was just plain boring. Not worth the time or the money. Very misleading
The reviews listed here under Yahoo Travel seem very mixed but our experience was DEFINITELY on the positive side! We're still talking about our evening at Arabian Nights.
We took the VIP tour which meant we got to enter the stables prior to the show. It was really good to meet some of the riders and their horses and to then watch for them during the show. The riders were exceptionally friendly and knowledgeable.
The show itself was outstanding. True -- the story itself was nothing spectacular but that's OK -- the story is really just a foil for an acrobatic show that is very impressive and well done.
The staff -- from the ticket booth, to the security personnel, to the bartender, to the waitress -- were all very friendly and personable.
Our waitress, in particular, was very hospitable and worked hard to ensure we all had a pleasant meal.
The meal itself was average, given the type of venue (serving 600-700 people at once). It was certainly not fine dining but was nevertheless quite enjoyable. Don't expect the Ritz and you'll find that you're satisfied.
Impressed, from Canada
The preshow was really good. It was a magic show. The food was terrible. It was definitely worse than cafeteria food. The free beer was the best part of the dinner (and believe me I am not a drinker). The show was Just ok. Thank God we got discounted tickets or I would have really felt like my money was a total waste.
Overpriced. Dinner was mediocre and the performance was very lame. There were a few parts of the show that were very exciting, but overall it did not have an "Arabian" flare. It was more US Western and I have seen much better performances at local shows. The VIP Fee was not at all worth the price. We still sat in a room full of people without enough seats and had to pay extra to get a drink that was worth drinking. The tour of the stables was not interesting and front row seating was no big deal, as every seat in the house has a decent view. I would definitely not recommend this show to anyone.
I really wish I could say something good, however there is not much good to say. This show lacked in so many areas I had to stop myself from walking out mid-show. There was no clear story line, and few parts of the show that were actually entertaining. I would not recommend this show to anyone unless you are a complete idiot and want to waste your time and money! I would recommend the Makahiki Luau at SeaWorld of Orlando!
Thankfully got tickets half price on Ebay. Got drink tickets for pre-show. $8.50 with coupon for a great drink however said I would get discount on second because I bought the sov. glass-Didn't happen. Pre-show was great. Atmosphere was very nice. Show was wonderful. Food-needs alot of work. I would not pay full price to this "dinner" show ever. Salads were pre set and had gnats on them. Several people had to send them back. Had the steak and potatoes. Not the greatest. Dessert was ice cream with some strawberry sauce, nothing great. Didn't even finish half my meal. Waiter was nice, but slow. We were almost last to receive our meal. They give you this tip thing stating you should tip $5.00 for each person in your party. I think that was very inconsiderate. Not alot of elbow room. Kept bumping the guy next to me. Bench like seating. However, as I said the show was great. Dinner part could have been left out. Made reservations two months prior and was put on the very end, could still see the show, but not as well. Reservations are only to see the show, not for seating arrangements. That is frist come first serve.
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