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This was our second stay at TI and we had a wonderful experience both times. We booked the tower suite and the room is huge. I love the two bathrooms it makes getting ready a breeze. Check in was good, the staff is friendly. I...More
We were disappointed this visit to TI (where we have stayed many times). Hotel seemed to be really showing its age. Will not stay there on next Vegas visit. Its central location on the Strip is convenient, however, want a more luxurious hotel experience next...More
No complaints. The room was nicely decorated and clean. It is on the edge of the North side of the strip. I like this location since it is close to the Mirage, Palazzo, Wynn, & Caesars (so lots of good clubs, food, & shows fairly...More
Came here for the Las Vegas Rock N Roll marathon, and this wasn't our first time to Vegas but our first time staying at Treasure Island! Our friends usually stay here and it was their choice and the positives are 1) location, convenient to the...More
After being asked several times for a drink I finally said OK I would have a pina colada, presentation was OK but when I tasted it there wasn't a drop of alcohol in it, is this Treasurer Islands way of saving money, I think so,...More
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I actually know the answer to this question and I have first hand experience at Treasure Island. If you are a member of the Player's Clubs and as a result the casino's are able to track the dollars that you are spending or... More
I actually know the answer to this question and I have first hand experience at Treasure Island. If you are a member of the Player's Clubs and as a result the casino's are able to track the dollars that you are spending or risking, many times they will offer you comps, or discounts. I know for a fact that comped hotel guests will have an option to waive the resort fees (typically a $20 to $40/night fee charged to guests for services such as fitness room access & wifi). In Vegas you should always join player's clubs at any casino in which you gamble, eat or spend any money. If you present your card every time you spend money on anything, they will offer you nice discounts or freebies on shows, rooms, activites, gambling, etc. Maybe even free rooms with optional resort fees?!
I do not recall a water park at Treasure Island, either, James. Outside of their attraction for Marvel and the outside attraction in front of the hotel, there is no room, lol. I'd recommend calling them directly to be sure... More
I do not recall a water park at Treasure Island, either, James. Outside of their attraction for Marvel and the outside attraction in front of the hotel, there is no room, lol. I'd recommend calling them directly to be sure. It is part of the Mirage companies now and there may be an association with Mt. Olympus Water Park. Here is the toll free number to call: (866) 715-0006 Good luck and you can't go wrong staying there, James.