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Hidden gems of the world: Treasure Island Las Vegas

By Lexi Goodland on 12th April 2020

While the time for holidays and travelling the world may have been put on hold for the moment, wanderlust and the desire to travel are at an all-time high. As we wait for normality to set back in and the freedom to leave our homes, many of us yearn for that first chance we will have to finally venture out to somewhere new again.

With that in mind, Luxury Lifestyle Magazine would like to introduce you to Treasure Island Las Vegas – where casino meets hotel in a luxurious resort catering to all your Vegas holiday desires; a place sure to be on your post-lockdown, must-visit list.

Casino

Amongst the many glamourous attributes of this Las Vegas resort is its state-of-the-art, 24-hour casino which features all of the well-loved classic and modern table games you would expect to find at a fine Las Vegas casino including Blackjack, Roulette, Three-Card Poker and Baccarat, as well as a huge variety of slot machines, all ready and waiting for both the novice and the seasoned gambler.

Hyperino, one of the leading online casinos with some of the best jackpots on the Internet, says it is one of the best and most underrated casinos to visit when in Las Vegas. Giles Duffy, a spokesperson for the company said: “It truly doesn’t get much better than this–it’s 95,000 square feet of gambling heaven. You’d be missing out on something great if you didn’t pay a trip to Treasure Island.”

If your tastes lie in world of competition betting, the Race and Sports Book boasts an impressive 60-inch LED video wall for seasoned betters to view and wager on the best and most popular races and sporting events.

Treasure Island is one of the leading casino resorts in Las Vegas. Image credit: Brian K./Bigstock.com

Hotel

Lucky for you, it is not just about the gambling at Treasure Island–this resort also offers a multi award-winning hotel for you to head back to after a great night at the casino.

Owned by billionaire Phil Ruffin, the Treasure Island Hotel Casino spares no expense on their rooms and suites, offering some of the finest on the Las Vegas strip. Whether you are looking for something that is more on the modest side, like the Deluxe rooms or the Petite suites, or something with all the bells and whistles, like the Premier or Penthouse suites, Treasure Island has the perfect room for you.

Food

When it comes to food, Treasure Island has it all: eight different restaurants ranging in style from fine dining, to casual, to party-fuelled; a variety of menus including BBQ, seafood, pizza, Vietnamese, and steak; smaller eateries like Starbucks and a frozen yoghurt shop; plus multiple bars and lounges including a sports bar for comfort foods and all the beers you love on tap, and the Breeze bar, the Mojito bar, the Island pub and the Margarita bar for all the cocktail lovers out there.

For those wanting a romantic night in, you can enjoy the best food right from your very own suite with a sumptuous, late night room service menu offering everything from appetisers and salads, to burgers, to all-American breakfasts, to desserts, and of course, all kinds of drinks to wash you food down with.

The hotel offers a great selection of luxury suites

Leisure

The Oleksandra spa and salon offer visitors extensive menus to suit all their beauty and pampering needs. In the spa, you can treat yourself to a huge range of massage therapies, hydrotherapy, Russian banya, facial treatments, Lucrece treatments, and body wraps–just to name a few–whilst in the salon, beauty is the number one priority with a variety of hair, make-up, waxing, and hand and foot treatments, plus others, for you to choose from.

By the tropical outdoor heated pool, you can catch up on some rest and relaxation in the luxurious double chaise lounge chairs, day beds, plush round ottomans or cabanas, order a bite to eat from the poolside food and drinks menu, or take a dip in the 25-person hot tub.

The prime location of the resort right on the Las Vegas strip means access to the best shops, boutiques, and outlets lies right on your doorstep. There is even a pedestrian bridge connecting Treasure Island right to the heart of the Fashion Show Mall and the Grand Canal Shoppes. For those not wanting to stray too far from the glory that is Treasure Island, you can visit the resort’s own exclusive collection of boutique stores.

For some extra evening entertainment away from the casino, a variety of one-off and long-running shows and performances are showcased at the resort including stand-up comedians, drag shows, live country rock bands and line dancing, an interactive Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N., and the exclusive Cirque du Soleil Mystère show featuring a cast of over 65 dancers, singers, musicians and champion-caliber acrobats in a performance that has been deemed the ‘Best Production Show’ eight times by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Factbox

Rooms can be booked from $65pn.

Address: Treasure Island Hotel & Casino, 3300 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: +1-800-944-7444
Email: ti-general@treasureisland.com
Website: treasureisland.com

Image credit at the very top of the article: ehrlif/Bigstock.com