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Stayed here the first week of 2018 for five days. At check- in after being friendly and chatting with the guy at the counter the fun began. Our room was upgraded to a petite suite. The room was awesome with two bathrooms, a couch, hot tub in one bathroom and a walk in shower in the other. He also gave us an envelope full of coupons, the buffet coupons were greatly appreciated. We had an awesome view of the strip on the 24th floor. This is a hotel we have been looking for, you don't have to leave unless you want to. I will stay here from now on, I have no complaints. The housekeeping was like no other, no matter when or how long we left the room when we got back it was cleaned. Lastly, the day before we left a bottle of champagne was delivered to our room, I think its free with the suite.
Be careful on playing the slot machines here. Please double check the printouts. You put in 15 bucks and it comes out 5 cents. First and last to stay at this out dated hotel. Please keep up with the times. Thank you.
Its been several years since we've been to Vegas since the last culture shift from family friendly to adult siren fantasy. And that's OK, we were all adults here. Our son and his fiance planned a destination wedding in Las Vegas at the Little Chapel of Flowers (lovely) and both families stayed at Treasure Island (TI). Our side rented 3 king rooms and one suite for the newly-weds. The other side had at least 4 rooms they paid for. You'd think we might have received some kind of vouchers or perk. Our bill was in the thousands. Nothing. Maybe we just don't know how to roll, I guess. If you haven't been to Vegas for some time, take it from me and bone up your Vegas etiquette because EVERYTHING costs even to crack a smile, it seems. We arrived about 1:30 PM. on a Friday afternoon. If you haven't paid for early check in forget trying to valet and schlep your bags into the hotel. I happened to touch one of the bell hops carts and the bell hop was all over me like a cheap suit! I am a small, quiet woman on most days. However, I become loud, unruly, and destined to place my stiletto heel onto a man's instep who tries to manhandle me after I've had a long grueling, car ride! Remembering that money is king in Vegas we finally woke up and hailed a more polite bellman to porter our bags after we had unloaded them on the porch of the TI so my husband could pay more money for the early check in shakedown. Ugh!(otherwise you are stuck as they won't let you sit there in any shape or form). When finally we get up to our rooms, they are nice, not very big, rather dark, nor do they have coffeemakers in the rooms. Newsflash to my 79 year old mother who thought that I took hers out of her room so I could have coffee. Nope, I suspect they want (demand) all guests have coffee at Starbucks or the Coffee shop or maybe even room service. Just to clue you in for other stuff that isn't free. The shuttle to the airport, no free wi-fi, and don't forget that daily security and resort tax fee. Yowza! Truth be told our initial experience at TI even though we were likely unprepared for the rigors and etiquette on tipping and valet, big resort protocols, the experience soured me because of the attitude and treatment we received from staff before we even entered. the hotel. We did partake of the buffet for breakfast -19.95 ea. The food was good-champagne and mimosas if you like to drink alcohol so early in the day. The traffic this week end was endlessly heavy. Maybe Im just too old for rough and tumble Vegas. But you know, I could go lots of other places and people are polite and grateful to have my business. Would I stay at TI again? Not bloody likely.
The pictures are deceiving. The hotel casino is really old and smells. One of the corridors were so bad we had to change rooms. We didn't get the strip view room we requested and had to change again. Such an inconvenience. The bathroom was also very old. Water dried out the skin. AC in room was loud and the air felt dry and also irritated the eyes. Poor quality food at breakfast buffet but I think this is just the US in general. There are lots of other hotel options in Vegas . Don't stay here.
The treasure island property has come a long way since the nightly pirate show out front (which was awesome live ! ). Since it’s not 2003 anymore and Vegas is now all digital slots that seem to pay out less I like to check out these older classic properties and I really like T I now. The rooms are nice and the room service is just great. I liked the casino and the wheels are certainly spinning well. I remember the Shimp Cocktail fondly. Place a bet on 00 for me when you check out this gem of the Strip.
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
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Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Resort fees (if applicable) must be paid directly to the hotel
- Hotel transfers for packages to USA
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 2,885 rooms in a 36-storey tower
- 9 restaurants including: Steakhouse, BBQ, Seafood
- Ben & Jerry's
- Krispy Kreme Donuts
- 24 hour room service
- 3 bars & lounges including: Kahunaville - a tropical themed restaurant & bar with bartenders and staff on stage entertaining with lively song and dance numbers
- Large heated pool
- 50 person Jacuzzi
- Luxury private cabanas
- Salon & Spa
- Fitness center
- Valet laundry service (fee)
- Meeting facilities
- 75,000 square ft. casino
- Retail shopping
- The amazing 'Mystere' show by Cirque du Soleil
- Wedding chapel
- Complimentary parking
- Complimentary monorail connecting to the Mirage
Guest Rooms include:
- 1 king or 2 queen beds
- Cable TV with pay-per-view movies
- In-room safe
- Iron & ironing board
- Full marble bathroom with make-up mirrors
- Max occupancy 4 persons
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Treasure IslandLas Vegas,United States
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3300 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109-8916
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