Once known as a kid-friendly pirate paradise, the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino, now simply known as TI, has grown up. After a multi-million dollar renovation, this Las Vegas staple is a new paradise for adults featuring luxurious accommodations, world-class dining, exciting games of chance, one-of-a-kind entertainment and enticing nightlife. Boasting one of the best locations on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, TI has also a proud winner of the AAA Four Diamond Award.
A paradise for adults, it includes some of the hippest hangouts in town, a tropical pool area with a party tub, a variety of restaurants and the first permanent Cirque du Soleil show in Vegas.
The hotel’s exterior features a sleek marquee with the TI initials. One of Treasure Island’s big features is Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Q, which has something for everyone. The saloon portion offers bikini bull riding contests, multiple bars, a stage, a dance floor and a “big Texas” attitude. The restaurant, which fronts the Strip, features barbecue-style favorites including ribs, big burgers and pork sliders. There’s also an outdoor patio.
The rowdy Señor Frog’s bar and restaurant, a party staple in Mexico, adds to the nightlife scene now.
The hotel’s spacious guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing spectacular views of the Strip. They also boast the exclusive Elite Sensational pillow-top beds, flat-screen LCD TVs, small refrigerators, private safes and large soaking bathtubs.
The sprawling casino includes a small but stylish poker room, a race and sports book, several thousand slot and video poker machines as well as plenty of table games.
The resort is conveniently located, offering a tram to the neighboring Mirage and a pedestrian bridge across Spring Mountain to the Fashion Show mall. Construction has started on a new three-story, 40,000-square-foot retail center on the northeast corner of the property opposite the Fashion Show mall. The new retail center is scheduled to open in fall 2014.