Though it may be located in the middle of an arid desert, Las Vegas is still home to one of the biggest displays of historic piracy in the country. Located directly next to the tropical Mirage Resort, Treasure Island is the physical embodiment of every tourist’s desire for riches and gold. Strewn throughout this first class resort is an array of pirate-themed décor and accents that are emphasized by the two large pirate ships at the hotel’s entrance. Despite being themed around a time of less-then-favorable accommodations, Treasure Island keeps true to what truly attracts people to Las Vegas – the luxury.
At Treasure Island, you won’t get the feeling you’re staying aboard a rocky pirate ship; rather, you’ll feel right at home in this hotel’s assortment of luxury rooms. Each of the lavished rooms include a small refrigerator and floor-to-ceiling windows that allow a steady flow of unobstructed light in to create a heavenly setting. Treasure Island’s most basic rooms, the Deluxe Rooms, are 400 sq-ft of affordable luxury that is home to a pillow-top mattress, comfortable lounge area, and an upgraded bathroom with deep soaking bathtub.
One step above Treasure Island’s Deluxe Room is the Petite Suite. Offering 230 sq-ft more then the Deluxe Room, these suites include two in-suite bathrooms complete with marble accents and large whirlpool tub and a separate seating area for optimal space and comfort. Coming in at 830 sq-ft are the hotel’s Executive Suite, which act as larger versions of the Petites. A walk-in closet with ironing board ensure those on business will have a place to rest their suits. Tack on an extra 100 sq-ft and you’ll find yourself in the hotel’s Tower Suite. At 1,030 sq-ft, the Luxury Suite welcomes its guests with an elegant foyer, complete with its own extra ½ bath. The Premier Suite, which comes in at 1,300 sq-ft, is everything you’d want out of a Treasure Island suite including an in-room entertainment center, complete with DMX music system and fax machine.
The Penthouse Suite will give you the sense that you’ve found buried treasure. A private office with accompanying personal computer, printer / scanner / fax, and high speed internet access create the perfect atmosphere for the businessman on the go. Included in this 1,800 sq-ft haven is a full sized wet bar and butler station, two full bathrooms complete with whirlpool tub, and a private closet with bathrobe and slippers. The Penthouse Suite is the only way for a true captain of the high seas to relax.
When deciding on what hotel to stay in, it is not just the rooms you must consider, but everything that’s within walking range. At your Treasure Island room, you’ll be within a minute’s walk of several upscale and casual dining options, which include a succulent steakhouse and a delicious Mexican restaurant. If it’s entertainment you want, Treasure Island is home to the famed street show Sirens of TI and Cirque Du Soleil Mystere. As an added bonus, the shopaholic in you will be pleased to find the Fashion Show Mall just a minute east of the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino.
Whether it’s luxury or fun you’re looking for, Treasure Island can delivery both successfully. Be sure to book your stay soon, for this treasure won’t remain untouched for long.
Ti – Treasure Island Hotel and Casino Features
- Free parking
- Fitness Center
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessible
- Tennis Courts
- Business center
- High-speed internet
- Hot Tub/Jacuzzi
- First Class Hotel
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