Whether you call it Treasure Island or T.I., what sets apart this resort is a dash of elegance mixed with a decidedly unpretentious vibe. While other properties boast Tiffany's, this one features a jewlery store that specializes in cubic zirconia. While others feature skyhigh-priced restaurants, fun eateries such as Señor Frog's and Gilley's BBQ anchor the scene here. This more inviting approach for a modern Strip property is the product of owner Phil Ruffin's plan to
make the place more accessible to all. Thankfully, accommodations are still top-notch; rooms were renovated in 2012 and remain swanky today. Though the swashbuckling "Sirens of T.I.," show shut down in 2013, Mystere, the Strip's first Cirque du Soleil show, still is going strong. 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.