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Where to start theres alot.We flew in from new york which is pretty far it was long flight.i called the hotel 2x telling them i would arrive after 12 midnight.They asked me i told them one king no smoking guess what ! We get there...More
We absolutely loved everything about our stay at Treasure Island! Free parking, great casino,large room, perfect pool, delicious restaurants, what’s not to love?! Security was great. You had to show room keys to get on elevator or access pool area. Got a great deal on...More
I've stayed here twice now. This hotel looks pretty tired. Everything is just ok. Good large clean rooms, a choice of restaurants, and a pool. The bars are basic, and the restaurants are not ones you would really chose if you were not staying at...More
I can't say anything about what this hotel looks like because I didn't get there. My husband and I were looking forward to a much-deserved 6 night vacation at Treasure Island in Las Vegas. Being first-timers to Vegas, we were very excited but were actually...More
Check-in was a breeze, less than 10 minutes.
Room was nice but couldn't get an upgrade even though we were getting married in the TI Chapel.
Hair and Makeup at the TI salon did a great job but were running a little late so advice...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?!