Enjoyed the pool area, drink prices are typical for the strip, nice large hottub, pool not huge but adequate to cool off, djay spins good music, had no problem finding a lounging chair, there is a lifeguard.
Standard room was average (perhaps 3 star quality) but good spacious bathroom and comfortable bed. Wasn’t impressed with towel quality though.
Check in and check out went smoothly…pleasant staff.
Buffet was typical for Vegas…quantity over quality. Tried a few restaurants…Little Ritchie’s was good for chili dog and fries…Kahunaville was pretty good for basic breakfast with coupon, they do a good fruit plate…seafood place had fresh fish but uninspired flavors/bland, also sandy mussels/clams, poor quality bread, rather expensive for what you get …found casino food expensive and nothing special. If you are looking for flavor and quality, pick a restaurant on the strip (Guy Fieri’s in the Linq hotel had tasty burgers)…expect to pay double the average price for food on the strip.
3300 South LAS Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV
With its outdoor heated pool, free parking and a boatload of free entertainment for the whole family, Treasure Island delivers a swashbuckling good time for our guests. The 2,884-room hotel offers rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and draped canopies. It’s home to nine restaurants and the acclaimed Cirque du Soleil Mystere show. There’s 95,000 square feet of casino action, as well as the intimate TI Poker Room and Race & Sports Book. The hotel also has a lively outdoor heated pool with a 25-person hot tub.