- Location: 3300 S. Las Vegas Blvd
- Star rating:
- Check-in Time: 3:00 pm
- Check-out Time: 11:00 am
- Number of rooms 2,885
- Casino Size: 150,000 sq ft
- In-room internet access: Yes
Plan Your Stay At Treasure Island
Treasure Island Review
Treasure Island resort has the distinction of having won the AAA Four Diamond Award for the last eleven years. The standard rooms are smallish, but have pillow top beds, floor to ceiling windows, and large marble bathrooms with all the amenities. If you want the very best, try the Premier Suite, for 1300 square feet of luxury, two and a half bathrooms, and a whirlpool tub!
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Recreation & Relaxation
The pool area has a tropical theme with a heated pool and a hot tub that has room for twenty-five people. Private cabanas can be rented, and they provide a personal host, television, refrigerator, lounge beds and a ceiling fan. Your host will bring you drinks and food.
For a delightful day of pampering, visit the world class Spa & Salon. You can have single treatments or packages that offer several different kinds of massage and treatment. A combination of aroma therapy and soothing sounds will transport you to another world while you relax in a special bath or are having a facial. The Spa received a Five Star Diamond Rating.
Dine inside in chic surroundings or outdoors with a view of Sirens Cove and the Strip at Khotan. They serve fine Asian bistro cuisine. While you are there, look at their private collection of ivory and jade. For a more eclectic menu, dine at Phil's Italian Steakhouse, which also features seafood and Tuscan wood fired creations. And for casual elegance, you have to try Chef Richard Sandoval's Modern Mexican.
The wildly successful Kahunaville Party Bar has wonderful sandwiches and exotic drinks. The bartenders put on quite a show, as do the dancing girls. Also there is an oxygen bar and a DJ. It gets loud and funky, but it is always hopping. The Isla Tequila Bar is famous for stocking over one hundred varieties of tequila!
Cirque du Soleil debuted its first Las Vegas show at Treasure Island, and Mystère is still going strong. Directed by Franco Dragone, this international cast of seventy-two performers includes the best dancers, musicians, singers, and acrobats, clothed in amazing costumes and make-up for an exciting and indescribable experience!
Treasure Island resort provides a free, eighteen minute show outdoors at Sirens Cove every hour and a half from 5:30 to 10 PM. It is a battle of the sexes between the lovely and seductive sirens and the renegade pirates, and is full of song, dance and fireworks! The show is cancelled when weather is inclement, and it goes dark for several weeks in the winter each year for maintenance and updating.