Treasure Island - TI Hot
Treasure Island Players Club
The Treasure Island Players Club has only one tier and allows players to earn both comps and freeplay. A unique feature about this players club is that two players with the same address can have linked accounts and share their points. Card expires after 12 months of no activity.
Slot Point Accrual
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$1.50/1||$4.50/1 ($15/1)|
Cash:None, but points may be redeemed for free slot play.
Free play: $10 free play/1000 points
Minimum: 1000 points
Increments: 1000 points
Comps: Points can be used for rooms, food, shows and more.
Reservation Number: (800) 944-7444
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Rooms: 2,665 Price Range: $64-$245
Suites: 220 Price Range: $116-$315
Restaurants: 9 (2 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B- $20.9/$27.95 (Saturday/Sunday)
L- $24.95/$27.95 (Saturday/Sunday)
D- $30.95/$32.95 (Friday/Saturday)
Casino Size: 50,335 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Baccarat, Mini-Baccarat, Poker, Pai Gow, Pai Gow Poker, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Big 6 Wheel, Keno
Special Features: Sirens of TI live-action show every 90 minutes from 7:00pm until 11:30pm. Health spa/salon. Two wedding chapels. Ben & Jerry’s. Starbucks. Krispy Kreme. Cirque du Soleil’s Mystere stage show.Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. attraction.
Good mid-strip location, good size casino. At least six full pay video poker, which is pretty good for the strip these days. They moved the poker room into the casino near the deli, but it still does not get a lot of player traffic, sometimes there are no games at all going. When you check in the resort fee is optional, which is good if you're only using the room and no amenities, can save you a few dollars.
The Name Says It All
We have stayed at Treasure multiple times and we always liked it. Although it's very large, it's set up with a walkway around the outside perimeter of the casino so you can walk all the way around to go to all the restaurants and shops very easily. We played many of the games and the casino is clean and nice. All the restaurants were good...we even had our family reunion at Treasure Island a few years ago and we were very happy with everything.
It is in a great location mid-strip and the room prices aren't too bad for that area, especially at the right times of the year.
Great Poker Room
I love the TI for their poker room. It is well run and the seats are comfy.
My wife and I like TI, mostly because I can play poker and she can go across the street to the mall. It's nice they have a tram between the TI and Mirage and like the fact that the Mirage stop is right out front.
This place makes strong drinks. It might take a while, but they're good.
The Table Games are alright, sometimes limits at $10, just not a night or on weekends (that I have seen anyway).
Sirens is a bit cheesy, but am I there to watch it for the plot? No, I am there because they're hot!
Good Mexican Restaurant
I played here in sept of this year for awhile. We were with my daughter, son-in-law & their aunt & uncle. We had dinner at
the Mexican restaurant and it was quite good. I am not able to drink because of heart medication, but they raved on the
various drinks they had. THE AUNT won some money on the slots, while I lost a few dollars-not much.
Scantily Clad Pirates? I'm in!!!
Bad video poker at Treasure Island, but The Sirens of T.I. is a must see free show on the strip.
Scantily clad pirate ladies battle it out nightly and it's a nice sight for the eyes, lol. The rooms here are clean and much more affordable than some of the nearby properties such as Wynn, Monte Carlo, Mirage, etc.
Again, stay away from video poker. I believe they were 7:5 machines. Ugh.
Altho I have never stayed at Treasure Island, I visit their casino every time I come to Vegas. Love their friendly staff and good food.
There is a lot to like here
When Treasure Island was built, it was the poor cousin of the Mirage. And at that time, it catered to families, with the pirate ships out front, and lots of kids running around the place. Then that image was dropped and it became just the TI, with no pirates, and "sexy sirens" out front. Meanwhile, the hotel, with a great location, and a small enough walk from the elevators to the outdoors, suffered from a bit of an image problem...it was the first hotel to "de-theme" itself, but didn't seem to have anything special to add to the crowded strip market..other than lower prices and a great location. With Phil as the new owner, the place has gone country, and it seems to work...enough crowds to make the place enjoyable and, in many way, one of the best values on the strip (they are constantly promoting room/drink/dinner packages).
TI is cheaper to stay at then its sister properties Bellagio and The Mirage but the rooms are nice. The restaurants are nothing special, the gambling is so-so.