If you are looking for fun Las Vegas weekend getaways, Treasure Island, located on the Las Vegas Strip, is known for its outdoor spectacle The Sirens of TI involving two ships, fun costumes and sophisticated pyrotechnics. The front of the hotel features a long wooden dock from which guests can watch the show.
Things to Do
In addition to the 90,000-square-foot casino, the Treasure Island resort has a health spa, tropical pool area with private cabanas, a wedding chapel, and several lounges and restaurants.
Visit the Shopping Promenade on your weekend getaway which features designer boutiques selling clothing, jewelery and gifts.
The Salon & Spa
The Salon & Spa at Treasure Island Las Vegas features exercise facilities, salon services and relaxing spa treatments. Choose from massages, body treatments, therapies, steam baths, saunas and whirlpools. The spa is open daily from 7am to 7pm. The salon offers facials, manicures and pedicures daily from 9am to 7pm. For more information and to make an appointment, call 702-894-7472.
Treasure Island Hotel offers a pool area with private cabanas and a lounge area. TI's Party Tub, a unique, oversized hot tub that accommodates up to 50 people, is designed for relaxing with a group of friends. Private cabanas by the pool, available in season, feature TVs and a personal host. If you get hungry by the pool, Kahunaville serves tropical snacks. Evening soirees on the pool deck make it easy to meet new people, relax on comfortable couches and enjoy live entertainment on certain days.
Rooms & Suites
Treasure Island Las Vegas offers 2,665 guest rooms and 220 suites with floor-to-ceiling windows. The 2,885 guest rooms and suites are located in a tri-tower structure with 36 floors. For best views on your weekend getaway, book one of the rooms on a high floor facing the Las Vegas Strip.
The resort's 1,600-seat theater is the stage for the luxury Mystere, a Cirque du Soleil production that incorporates acrobats, clowns, dancers and musicians. The Sirens of TI offers nightly performances with VIP viewing available to hotel guests. There is no admission fee for this show.
The Casino at Treasure Island Las Vegas offers more than 90,000 square feet of gaming area. The casino is decorated in rich gold and whitewashed tones with black accents. The casino offers a choice of classic and innovative table games, including blackjack, roulette, craps, baccarat, Pai Gow Poker, Pai Gow Tiles, Caribbean Stud, Three-Card Poker, Let it Ride® Stud Poker, and Big Six. Choose from a selection of different slots throughout the casino floor. Watch games on the screen and place sports bets in this area of the casino.
Where to Eat
Treasure Island offers four gourmet restaurants and several casual dining options. Restaurants include Francesco's which serves Italian specialties, The Steak House, Buccaneer Bay Restaurant, and Madame Ching's, named after one of the most famous female pirates.
The Buffet at Treasure Island offers great value - you can try a variety of different dishes. The buffet is designed as a street of different shops. There are six exhibition stations preparing and serving dishes from around the world. The Barbeque Station serves regional American barbeque, including North Carolina Roasted Pork, Texas-style Brisket and St. Louis Dry-Rub Ribs. The Asian station offers fresh-cut sushi, traditional Chinese specialties and a noodle kitchen.
If you are a pasta lover, have pasta prepared in front of you at the Pasta Saute Station. Choices include Tagliatelle with Wild Mushrooms, Roasted Chicken and Thyme and Ricotta Tortellini served over Dried Tomatoes, Olive Tapenade and Basil Oil. Or stop by the rustic Pizza Oven for a Mediterranean pizza straight from the oven.
The Buffet at Treasure Island Las Vegas is open daily for breakfast from 7am to 11am, lunch from 11am to 4pm and dinner from 4pm until 10pm. Nearby you will find The Venetian hotel, Imperial Palace, Wynn Las Vegas and its awesome golf course and The Mirage volcano.
Doubles from USD $69, suites from $129. Rooms on high floors usually cost $30 more.