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I'm big on first impressions and have a very hard time over coming a bad first impression. Our first day at TI was probably the most disappointing day I have spent at any hotel and I recently stayed at a Motel 8 in a College...More
This place needs serious upgrading. This is a good hotel for someone young and who wants to party. It is not a hotel for a respectable human being who enjoys good food and exciting places. Should never have switched from the Trump Hotel.
My boyfriend and I have stayed @ our fair share of hotels/ motels throughout our relationship from your Embassy Suites & Doubletree's, to the seediest no other choice, motel 6 & "a Bramby's" in a strange city with toilet paper paper stuffed as insultion in...More
My boyfriend and I booked 3 nights at TI for his 28th Birthday. Booked because of great value for its location. The hotel rooms are nice. Clean, bright, quiet, great beds, awesome water pressure and a nice deep tub. The wifi was great. We requested...More
When Vegas went "kid friendly," Treasure Island was everything and more. But today, despite its attempts to sexy itself up, it is just a very average property. While the rooms have been updated, with nice design and colors, the rest of the hotel is older,...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?!
The pool is located on the south side of TI and The Mirage is quite a distance away so you get lots of sun by the pool. Of course there are palm trees around the pool area to help block the intense sun....