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A modern and lively hotel resort and casino, Treasure Island is one of the most exciting resort destinations in all of Las Vegas. Connected to the massive Fashion Show Mall by a sky bridge, Treasure Island offers an entertaining atmosphere you'll never forget!
History - Treasure Island was opened by Mirage Resorts in 1993 by Steve Wynn. The $450 million construction was initially designed to be an addition to The Mirage, but later evolved into the full-scale resort hotel and casino that stands today. The hotel was designed to be a family-friendly stop for vacationers, and featured iconic skull-and-crossbones motifs, a large video arcade, and nightly full-scale pirate battles in front of the casino. The hotel abandoned its pirate theme for a more modern feel in 2003, but the original video arcade and family-friendly pool areas remain.
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Accommodation - Warm and cozy characterize Treasure Island's guest rooms and suites. Situated to present spanning views of the Las Vegas Strip, Treasure Island's boutique decor is noted for its subtle elegance. Guests can stay in modest deluxe and petite suites, or in expansive penthouse rooms for the ultimate stay. Room service promises delightful en suite dining experience, and Treasure Island is known for its superior service!
Treasure Island TI Hotel and Casino is a ★★★★ property stationed on Las Vegas Boulevard across from Venetian and Palazzo. Having approx. 2900 hotel rooms, it's known for being one of Sin City's largest resorts. A very, very decent hotel to stay at and there's an ample-sized casino to lose your money at, too. A favorite among lots of Las Vegas tourists, including ourselves.
Entertainment & Gaming - Treasure Island is home to Cirque Du Soleil's "Mystere," which was voted nine times as "the best production show in the city" by the Las Vegas Review. World-famous entertainers perform sold-out shows nightly at Treasure Island, and seats fill up quickly, so be sure to reserve yours early.
Treasure Island's bars and lounges offer such an array of entertainment experiences, it's tough to beat its youthful and fun atmosphere. Visit the Gilley's Saloon or Senior Frogs for thematic food and drink specials among colorful decor and scantily clad servers. Mojito and Breeze Bar offer a distinctly cool ambiance, with its low-lighting and plush seating. Patrons can refresh with select and refreshing beverages, and experience choice service. Island Pub and Margarita bar turn up the heat with lively and exotic drinks.
Dining & Amenities - If you're ready to dine, Treasure Island offers choice casual dining and fine restaurants, uniquely tailored to suit any preference. Asian, American, and Italian eateries are among the selection, while coffee shops and steak houses complete the spread.
Thereafter, experience the splendor of Treasure Island's heated outdoor pool, where double chaise lounges, plush ottomans and a live DJ treat patrons to a party environment with a personal touch. The finest amenities for socializing are provided, as pool-side drink servers offer frozen infusions in the summertime, and sophisticated warmth of cocktail infusions in the cooler months.
Treasure Island promises the epitome of excitement in it sprawling entertainment complex! The resort and casino is one of the best Vegas destinations for year-round fun!
Treasure Island Hotel & Casino, by Las Vegas standards is old. It's not the oldest property on the Strip; that title still belongs to The Flamingo which opened in 1946. Treasure Island is still one of the older properties on the Las Vegas Strip, having opened in October 1993. You can still see the original concept design of the property, with mermaids carved into the wall and the compasses weaved in the carpet design.
But as time goes on, Treasure Island continues to evolve. Long gone is the nightly pirate show, meant to entertain children and adult tourists. The original signage for Treasure Island, a pirate skull adorned with crossed swords has now found a new home at The Neon Museum.
Food and drink at the Treasure Island is comparable to other nearby properties. The Mojito Bar offer mojitos (of course) and margaritas for as low as seven dollars. The Breeze Bar offers a wider selection in a higher price range. Treasure Island offers a buffet that is well worth the price (20-32 dollars per person). If you're looking for more fine dining, Phil's Italian Steakhouse is a good shout. Other options include Senor's Frogs, Chicago Style Beef & Dogs, Pho-Vietnamese and Seafood Shack.
Parking is simple compared to other hotels but if you make a wrong turn, you can park at The Mirage and walk over (this is what I did!). Treasure Island has not installed the parking meters to collect fares and parking remains complimentary - but for how long?
The highlight of Treasure Island is, of course, Mystere. The Cirque du Soleil show continues to enchant its audiences five nights a week. Ticket prices are affordable compared to other shows and the show is well worth every penny. If you're looking for a place to have a drink, your options range from The Breeze Bar Lounge to Gilley’s Las Vegas. Gilley’s is more for those that enjoy line dancing and country music (older people). The Breeze Bar is more of a lounge, meant for those who want to relax or have a conversation.
The Mirage and the Palazzo are within walking distance from Treasure Island. The fastest option to get to the Mirage is to take the tram, which runs every few minutes and will take you right inside the hotel. The Fashion Show Mall is across the street from Treasure Island and has a plethora of dining and retail options to choose from.
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