For a Las Vegas styled and themed setting, Treasure Island is where singles and families go for their next trip. When you look at the outside of this tropical hotel and casino, you get to see Siren’s Cove where sultry sirens try to convince passersby to come in for a silly stage show. And while the interior isn’t as pirate in theme as it used to be, there’s no denying that this is an establishment that’s meant for fun lovers and those who want to party.
The rooms at TI (as it’s generally called now) were remodeled around 2005, and are now basic and elegant with neutral colors and fabrics. You will also find windows that go from ceiling to floor, giving you a great view of the strip or other parts of the area. There are some suites available, which are huge in size, and include whirlpool tubs and surround sound. This hotel is trying to appeal to the young and trendy sector now, so while this once used to be a great place to take your kids ñ this is not the case now, especially at night.
The gambling area is fairly conducive to those of all sorts of budgets. From the $15 tables on the weekends to those with far lower minimums during the week, you can try your hand at blackjack or poker ñ or just head to the slots to tempt lady luck. Those who like sports betting and race betting will enjoy the individual TV screens.
Besides the nightly Sirens show at 7:00pm, you might want to head to Mystere, a Cirque du Soleil show, Tangerine, a burlesque show, or to Mist, a lounge. You can find good eating at Dishes, their buffet, Canter’s Delicatessen, Isla Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar, The Steak House, or the Social House.
Rooms start at $89, with suites for $129 and up.