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Treasure Island


At a Glance


  • price point
  • location
  • Mystere


  • no real nightlife
  • needs a stronger identity and some TLC

Treasure Island Review

Whether you call it Treasure Island or T.I., what sets apart this resort is its bold stance against pretension. While other properties boast Tiffany's, this one features a jewlery store that specializes in cubic zirconia. While others feature high-priced restaurants, the biggest eatery here is a Señor Frog's. This strategy is all part of Phil Ruffin's plan. When he purchased the place from MGM Resorts at the end of 2009, he wanted to do something dramatically different, and he has. Thankfully, there are vestiges of the old Treasure Island, too. Those scantily clad ladies still dance around the pirate ships out front in the free Sirens of T.I. show. Mystere, the Strip's first Cirque du Soleil show, is still going strong. Finally, dealers in the casino are still just as friendly as ever. The hotel is connected by free tram to the Mirage, though many visitors can walk the distance more quickly. T.I. is also is a short walk from the Venetian, Wynn, and Fashion Show Mall.

    Hotel Details

  • 2,665 rooms, 220 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 05-14-2013

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