Treasure Island Hotel Las Vegas – Luxury Hotel Tour

Treasure Island Hotel Las Vegas – Luxury Hotel Tour


Treasure Island Hotel & Casino opened in 1993 on the Las Vegas Strip Pull into the porte-cochere just a 10 to 15-minute drive from the airport. Guests can use a self parking garage on Mel Torme Way off of Spring Mountain Road. King Neptune is shown at the entrance to Treasure Island. Treasure Island offers a 24-hour taxi line outside the entrance and a return shuttle to the airport. There’s also a car rental desk inside. Check in to one of 2,665 rooms, including 220 suites, at the front desk. The VIP check-in desk offers an elegant welcome. Penthouse guests have a picture-perfect view over the Strip. The living and dining room in a one-bedroom penthouse feature elegant decor, and natural light and views. The dining table in a penthouse seats seven under an ornate chandelier in an open space. A bar area in a penthouse overlooks the dining space. The bedroom in a penthouse boasts a king bed, desk and nightstand. A penthouse bathroom includes a standing shower and a bathtub with jets. A penthouse bathroom offers all the essential toiletries, including toothbrushes, toothpaste, a razor, and grooming amenities from the spa. Soap from the hotel’s spa is on-hand. A shoe polisher machine is on-hand in a penthouse bedroom. An office is included in the one bedroom penthouse. A Petite Suite offers a king bed, desk, dressers and a large window. The bathroom in a Petite Suite offers marble tile, a wide vanity and mirror, and a bathtub. The sofa in a Petite Suite can be converted into a second bed. A small pub stand in a Petite Suite seats two. A Deluxe Room (a standard room) offers a king bed, work space, chaise lounge and dressers. The bathroom in a Deluxe Room has a wide vanity and mirror, and standard amenities. A common area near the elevators offers relaxed seating. Receptionist Taiya Grady mans the front desk in the Oleksandra Spa & Salon. A variety of massages are available. The spa offers an array of facial treatments. The Oleksandra Spa & Salon has a women’s area and offers women-only packages, including treatments for mothers-to-be and brides-to-be. The spa’s women’s lounge features plush seating and a TV. The spa has a women’s whirlpool with lounge chairs and benches. Loungers are shown near the women’s whirlpool. Oleksandra offers Russian Banya, or sweat bathing, plus dry saunas. The women’s dry sauna is shown. A hydrospa is available the women’s section. The men’s lounge offers a soothing relaxation space. The spa hosts two men’s whirlpools with lounge chairs, towels, benches and a TV. The fitness room features treadmills, weight machines and TVs. The salon offers manicure and pedicure treatments, and waxing. Salon guests can get pedicures in relaxing chairs. The salon offers a variety of hair services. A view of the salon’s hair washing area. Cosmetics are shown at a make-up table in the Oleksandra Spa & Salon. An aerial view shows the layout of the pool area. Treasure Island’s pool area is open mid-February to mid-November depending on the weather. The area includes a heated pool and a hot tub. Guests can sunbathe on the dozens of chairs available on the pool deck. Cabanas are available for half-day or full-day rentals. Day bed and luxury lounge chairs are also available to rent seasonally. Cabanas include seating for 8 guests, a fruit plate, fans and misters, a TV, a mini fridge with soda and water, deluxe lounge chairs, and a host for additional food or beverage service. The Buffet at TI offers international favorites for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. The casual dining area hosts Champagne brunches and weekend seafood dinners, plus specials like a set fee for unlimited drinks. Chefs prepare for breakfast at the Buffet at Treasure Island Mini-doughnuts are displayed for breakfast. A fruit tart is available for breakfast. Senor Frogs is one of 10 restaurants at the hotel. Senor Frogs offers a slew of specials and events, including bikini contests, ladies’ nights, live music and Latin nights weekly. Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que boasts a honky tonk experience. The restaurant at Gilley’s serves casual barbecue with a view of the Strip, a patio and live entertainment. Gilley’s saloon is known for its Gilley Girls and line dancing. The bar in Gilley’s goes all out with saddle seats. Gilley’s, of course, has a mechanical bull. Phil’s Italian Steakhouse serves pasta, steak and other Italian specialties from chef Joshua Donnellan. The bar at Phil’s Italian Steakhouse offers signature cocktails, wine and a happy hour. Phil’s offers 200 wines to choose from. Seafood Shack serves casual seafood, salads and pasta. The Seafood Shack bar overlooks the casino floor. The bar at the Seafood Shack has a variety of craft beers on tap. Malena’s Yogurt Plus offers breakfast, a snack or dessert with a variety of sweets in addition to yogurt. The Coffee Shop is open 24 hours a day and serves American comfort food. Guests can purchase tickets for Mystere outside the theatre. Mystère was the first permanent Cirque production in Las Vegas and offers two shows nightly Saturday to Wednesday. Guests can also watch free open rehearsals on weekends. Treasure Island offers additional entertainment, like The Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. (Scientific Training and Tactical Intelligence Operative Network) opening soon, and headline guests such as Wanda Sykes and Whoopi Goldberg performing this year. The Sirens Of Treasure Island Chopper by Metropolitan Choppers and metal sculptor Scott Cawood is displayed in the casino. Treasure Island offers seven bars and lounges for nightlife. The Margarita Bar offers a variety of frozen margaritas with southwest flavors. The Breeze Bar serves drinks in the casino. Treasure Island offers several wedding options, including two chapels with Champagne-colored decor and flowers. The West Chapel accommodates up to 65 wedding guests with marble alters and a variety of packages available. The East Chapel offers another indoor wedding ceremony option. The boat originally created for a “Sirens of TI” pirate show is still on display. The show was cancelled in 2013. A carved woolly mammoth tusk, from a mammoth that lived in Northern Siberia about 4,500 years ago, is on display at Treasure Island. Intricate details are carved on the tusk. A free tram runs between the Treasure Island and the Mirage. Treasure Island has 36 floors in a prime location on the Strip. Treasure Island and its ship are illuminated at night on the Strip. The pirate ship makes for a great photo opp.

5 thoughts on “Treasure Island Hotel Las Vegas – Luxury Hotel Tour

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  • Like all the big hotels. The big moguls know how to destroy what is fun and exciting. I use to go to Las Vegas for the shows and activities and a little gambling. I use to enjoy the pirate show. But someone who wanted to fill their pockets decided the property is more valuable by putting up a bar/restaurant. And other shops.

  • Me and my family stayed at Treasure Island Hotel when it was my first time going to Vegas last summer, I absolutely loved it very much I wanna go again one day

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