The hotel industry in Las Vegas is its own beast. Several hotels in Sin City are themed and have over-the-top personalities. It is not in every city that you will find a laser-topped Egyptian pyramid, an Eiffel tower, or an 8,000-pound pirate skull roadside sign. You get to experience medieval England, ancient Egypt, the tropics, New York, and modern-day Venice on the Las Vegas Strip stretching just over 4 miles.
Located on this strip is the majestic Treasure Island Las Vegas hotel and casino, also known as TI. First opened in 1993, TI has gone through a series of renovations aimed at making it a more sophisticated resort. Gone are the skull and crossbones motifs and the kiddy swashbucklers. The resort now offers an adult experience with a lively pool party and club scene.
Restaurants and Bars at Treasure Island Las Vegas
Treasure Island Las Vegas offers a broad range of dining options from its selection of restaurants. Enjoy succulent steaks, seafood and scrumptious Italian specialties at Phil’s Italian Steakhouse. For an average of $35 per meal, you can get a variety of fresh seafood from the Seafood Shack, which also features a bar overlooking the casino.
Guests looking for a western atmosphere can enjoy steaks, barbecue ribs, and chili at Gilley’s BBQ. You can sample tasty Mexican food at Senor Frog’s or a selection of delectable Vietnamese and Asian cuisines at Pho Vietnamese dishes. When you are famished, the Buffet at TI serves up a wide variety of selections.
Check out Little Richie’s for the best Chicago style hot dogs and beef. Pizzeria Francesco’s will take care of your pizza cravings, and when you need a quick, well-prepared meal, visit the Coffee Shop.
Treasure Island Las Vegas Rooms and Suites
The Treasure Island Las Vegas boasts a total of 2,884 rooms and suites that are reasonably priced to accommodate different budgets. Guests are treated to the city’s amazing views through the floor-to-ceiling windows in all the rooms and suites.
Pay as low as $59 for a night at the 400 square feet deluxe rooms, which feature a 42′ TV, a safe and a large bathroom with marble floor. $99 will get you a night in a 630 square foot petite suite with two bathrooms with a whirlpool Tub. The larger tower suites and executive suites with a floor space of up to 930 square feet go for $129 a night.
Guests looking for significantly larger luxurious spaces can find it in the TI’s premium suites. The 1,030 square foot luxury suite goes for $499 a night while the 1,300 sq Ft premier suite goes for $799 a night. The most expensive suite is the 1,800 square ft penthouse suite, which offers a magnificent view of the Las Vegas strip. It also features a wet bar and private office and goes for $2,000 a night.
The Casino and Entertainment Experience
The sin city experience cannot be complete without a visit to the casino. Treasure Island Las Vegas is touted to be one of the best casino resorts in the city of second chance. It offers a casino experience that is more intimate than most in the city. The 95,000 square feet TI casino is fairly modest by Las Vegas standards, but it has satisfied the desires of casino goers for over two decades.
The casino features an enticing variety of games, from slots to table games to live on-screen games. TI club members are eligible for numerous perks starting with $5 to $25 to get you started on the slots.
The table games area features all your favorite classic and modern table games, including Roulette, Blackjack, Craps, Baccarat, Pai Gow Tiles, Pai Gow Poker, Big Six, and many more.
The poker room runs daily tournaments. It offers a range of games, including Texas Holdem, Crazy Pineapple, Omaha Hi/Lo, and mixed games.
TI Players Club members looking to win top gaming rewards can access the High Limit Lounge, which offers high-stakes Blackjack and Baccarat with limits of up to $15,000 and first-class service complimentary comforts.
TI’s Entertainment Scene
The headline act at Treasure Island Las Vegas is Cirque du Soleil’s longest-running show, Mystere, that has been performed in the Mystere theatre since 1993. This award-winning, high-octane circus performance provides a whole family entertainment at very reasonable prices.
Fans of the Marvel Universe have the rare opportunity of exploring the interactive and educational Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. Guests can access classified studies and experiments, exclusive intelligence and explore the history and origins of the Avengers.
For the party lovers, the Gilley’s Saloon offers a reincarnation of the world-famous Texas honky-tonk. The dance hall & bbq features line dancing, mechanical bull riding, saddle seats at the bar, live country rock music bands, and the lovely Gilley Girls.
Couples can get married in the hotel’s wedding chapel, at the Song Sip in Siren’s Cove or beside the seasonal lagoon-style pool. In addition to the pool, guests can also unwind at the Oleksandra Spa & Salon and exercise at the hotel’s fitness facility.
Fast Facts about Treasure Island Las Vegas
- Opened on October 26, 1993
- Started using the abbreviated name TI as part of a major revamp in 2003
- Replaced the roadside skull sign with a new TI sign
- During a political rally hosted at the hotel on June 18, 2016, Michael Steven Stanford made an assassination attempt at presidential candidate Donald Trump
- The roadside skull sign is shown in the 2003 film Looney Tunes: Back in Action Beavis and Butthead Do America
- TI appears in the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Driver 2
- The resort appears in several television shows including CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and Las Vegas
- The resort is featured in several movies including Knocked Up, Miss Congeniality 2 and Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story
- TI resort appears in the anime Eyeshield 21
The Treasure Island Las Vegas provides a paradise experience in the city that never sleeps. There is something for everyone, from families to history buffs to gamblers to merrymakers to business travelers to honeymooners and movie enthusiasts. Make your reservation today, and enjoy amazing deals as well as enhanced health and safety policies.
- Website: https://www.caesars.com/rio-las-vegas
- Phone: (866) 746-7671
- Address: 3700 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103