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The pirate-themed Treasure Island was a prime example of Vegas' attempt at being "family-friendly" back in the early 90's - and we all know what happened to that.
This lavish hotel features a pool with private cabanas, gaming rooms, and an oversized hot tub for up to 25 people.
Whether you call it Treasure Island or T.I., what sets apart this resort is its bold stance against pretension. Full review →
Ruffin has already made changes, mostly designed to make the hotel more palatable to the mid-market with less expensive restaurants and more in-room amenities. Full review →
Among amenities in the 2,885 well-appointed rooms and suites are floor-to-ceiling windows, richly upholstered chairs, wooden armoires housing modern entertainment centers and marble baths. Full review →
The micro rooms here feel deceptively expansive, thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows, airy earth tones, and soaking tubs. Full review →
Fresh from a recent remodeling, the 2,885-room resort has pulled back from its pirate persona. Full review →
TI remains a fun and wonderfully convenient place to stay, even if the rooms are smallish and rather subdued.
Rates are pegged to view, as floor-to-ceiling windows face Buccaneer Bay, The Strip, the pool or the mountains. Full review →
For those who think not of gimlets but of golf when they hear the word 'club', the hotel offers access to the exclusive Shadow Creek course, a perk reserved for guests of MGM Mirage resorts. Full review →
The 2,664 guestrooms are adorned with floor-to-ceiling windows, marble bathrooms, and glamorous lighted headboards, while the 214 suites include large whirlpool tubs. Full review →
Though its original "Pirates-of-the-Caribbean-on-steroids look" may be a thing of the past, this now “tastefully decorated” Strip-side casino hotel still lures families with "well-appointed" rooms.
4 Star Hotel treasureisland.com