Treasure Island (TI) Hotel and Casino
Just The Facts, Please.
2,885 rooms, with 220 suites.
95,000 square feet.
Wet Spa at TI closed for remodeling July 27, 2009 .
One pool and one 25 person jacuzzi.
Walkway to Fashion Show Mall .
Sirens of TI show.
No Mall but various stores around the casino, including Christian Audigier The Store. TI has a elevated walkway over Spring Mountain Road that connects to The Fashion Show Mall.
Pool and Spa
One pool, smallish by Vegas standards plus a large 25 person jacuzzi. 18 cabanas with flat screen TVs.
WET - The Spa at TI. Closed July 27, 2009 for remodeling.
Poker Room and Sports Book
8 tables equipped with auto shufflers in a room near the pool. Pagers are given to wait list players. Plasma televisions on the walls cover sporting events.
152 seat race and sports book. 11 big screens and 20 small screens. Canter's Deli is located nearby.
Bars, Lounges and Nightclubs
Christian Audigier The Nightclub
Formerly the space occupied by club Tangerine. Christian Audigier is the designer that took tattoo artist Ed Hardy's designs and made them ubiquitous on t-shirts and other trendy apparel. Perhaps the most interesting part of the club is the live jellyfish tank. Two DJs compete nightly.
Tropically themed with "Flair" bartenders and dancing servers. Turns into a nightclub in the evening with DJs and special events like live band Karaoke.
TVs show sporting events on weekends, Karaoke on Monday, DJs on Fri.-Sun. night. Max Occupancy 110.
Isla Tequila Bar
Features more than 100 varieties of tequila.
Open 24 hours. Located in the heart of the casino.
A solid upper-middle level strip property.
The rooms are a bit dark. Beds get rave reviews for being very comfortable. The location gets mixed comments, some like being so close to Wynn and Venetian plus the Fashion Show Mall, others felt the location was too far North on the Strip.
The standard rooms are 400 square feet. The rooms include pillow top beds, flat screen LCD TVs, desk, and small lounge seating area.
The original Cirque du Soleil show in Vegas. No water or fire gimmicks, just performers going through their richly choreographed acrobatics. More, please.
Sirens of TI
The free show at TI, recently updated with the addition of women, hence the sirens. Complete with smoke and fireworks.
An LA transplant, featuring the usual suspects, corned beef and pastrami. The menu is small by Deli standards. No wait staff. More, please.
Coffee Shop featuring Pho
Above average coffee shop with the additional feature of having "Pho" which serves Vietnamese cuisine.
Dishes the Buffet at TI
A good but smaller buffet featuring BBQ and pasta and salads made to order, plus the doughnut machine cranking out fresh mini doughnuts. More, please.
Isla Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar
Chef Richard Sandoval experiments Mexican cuisine. More, please.
Tropically themed with an eclectic menu, plus "Flair" bartenders. Turns into a nightclub in the evening. More, please.
As the name suggests, an Italian restaurant that features specialty pizzas
Combination sushi restaurant and lounge.
Phil's Italian Steakhouse
The requisite casino steakhouse, with above average steaks. More, please.