Treasure Island

Treasure Island

Treasure Island
Treasure Island

Each year my wife and I make our way to Las Vegas, we have stayed at various hotels from the Aria to the Paris and the Rio. They all have their unique take on the Vegas experience. The TI was a nice hotel, you can tell it has changed hands recently and the transformation from a “family” style operation to the more traditional Vegas offering.

The check in was flawless and the staff while there was a bit of a line up handled it well and within a few min we were through the process and off to the room. We had a standard king room. it was a smoking room but you would not have known it as it was surprisingly fresh. It was starting to look a bit dated but was aging well and i imagine that it was in line for something of an up grade. While the bed was quite comfortable and the room appointments were quite nice there was nothing that would be considered as lacking or wanting. We had a nice view of the strip and over looked the pool area, all in all the kind of “i don’t need to worry” kind of a thing, nothing spectacular but nothing bad, just a very happy kind of a place

The buffet was delightful, the selections were laid out well and the roast of beef was tender and quite flavorful as were the other “stations” the value was well placed and is representative of the new focus of the hotel.

Staff that we talked to were cheerful, attentive and helpful.

The question would we come back? If we wanted to do the “strip” thing again on our next trip, it would be worth substantial consideration, it is nicely appointed, the staff are excellent and the place on the strip make it in the middle of everything.

In summation, nice place and worth going back to.

Treasure Island
3300 South LAS Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV

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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.

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