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Hotel overview

Upscale guestrooms; fine dining and state-of-the-art gaming make Treasure Island – TI Hotel & Casino, a Radisson Hotel one of Las Vegas’ most spectacular attractions. Catch the unbelievable acrobatics in Cirque du Soleil’s “Mystere” and then dance the night away at one of the hotel’s fantastic bars. Treasure Island – TI Hotel & Casino, a Radisson Hotel is a Vegas tradition, convenient to all the dining, entertainment and gaming action the Las Vegas Strip has to offer.

Location

Las Vegas - Strip
Harry Reid International Airport : 5 miles

Property information

Year Built: 1993
Last Renovation: 2020
Accessible rooms: 68
Floors: 36
Total rooms: 2884

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Hotel details

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Amenities

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Activities

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Hotel advisories

Advisory A minimum mandatory hotel-imposed fee of $39 (plus tax) per room, per day, will be charged to all origins and collected by the hotel at check-in or check-out. The fee is not optional and is subject to change without prior notice. The information published here is to give the client an estimate of additional fees they may be responsible for but not a guarantee of the final amount due.
Advisory Please be advised that pools at Treasure Island are closed seasonally from Mid-November through Mid-March each year due to maintenance or weather. Please note dates of pool closure are subject to change at any time without prior notification.

General policies & fine print

Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Minimum Check-In Age: 21
General Policies:

Hotel Mandatory hotel imposed resort fee inclusions:
•Always free Valet Parking & Self Park Garage
•High speed (10 Mb/s) WiFi internet for unlimited devices
•Daily access to fitness center
•2-for-1 cocktail (one per stay)
•Daily newspaper at guest services
•In-room local/toll free phone calls
•Airline boarding pass printing
•Copies and faxes (up to 10 pages)

The above list may not be comprehensive. Mandatory hotel-imposed fees may not include tax and are subject to change. The hotel can provide current fee and inclusions when you check-in.

Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization upon check-in for incidentals, this will place a hold on your funds. If you don’t provide a credit/debit card, a cash deposit is required upon check-in for incidentals.

Important Notice - this property imposes a mandatory $100.00 per night deposit for guests staying in any Suite. This deposit can be made with a credit card or cash deposit. Deposit amount and requirements are subject to change without notice. 

Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.

Room taxes are included in vacation price.

Changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.

Stay Requirements Minimum Number of Nights: 2Maximum Number of Nights: 14Applies: Sunday - Saturday(4/15/2015 - 12/31/2050)
Pet Policy Pets Not Allowed

Ratings & reviews

TripAdvisor traveler rating

4.0 17302 reviews
  • 3.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Mixed feelings

    I had mixed feelings on my stay. On the positive side, the location of the hotel is pretty good for walking around and if you like shopping, the Fashion Show Mall is right next door. I read about long lines to check in but it went very quick for me but then it was a Tuesday. I'm sure Fridays are a mess. It must have been a slow day since they upgraded my room to one with a view which I really appreciated. The WiFi worked perfectly for me on the 22nd floor. The parking lot was very easy to come and go from and the fact that it was FREE was a bonus since most hotels now charge for parking. My room was plenty big and clean enough and I was surprised to see it included a fridge. On the negative side, TI charges $45/night for resort fees... Thats the same amount that the 4 Seasons and Waldorf Astoria charge! During my stay, I discovered the gym to be closed. So with the spa, gym, and pool all closed, I asked if my resort fee could be reduced a little bit to reflect the lack of services they are supposedly paying for and was simply told, "No". Overall, I was happy with my room and my stay but really hated paying exorbitant resort fees that provides no value.

    Jan 13, 2022
  • 4.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Perfect Hotel for a Conference at the Venetian Expo

    We stayed here last week for CES and the Treasure Island was a reasonably priced alternative to staying at the Venetian or the Wynn but still really close to everything. We were able to walk across the street and be at the show floor in 10-15 minutes and it was on the bus line to the big convention center as well. And it has two Starbucks - one inside and one on the strip. Our room was fairly big and clean; it definitely could use some refreshing in terms of the bathroom fixtures and the bedding. But we had a decent view and it was comfortable. We had a couple of maintenance issues and the guy came up right away to fix them, including a really loud running toilet. The only real negative was the Internet. The signal in our room was so terrible we had to go downstairs to the Starbucks to get a better connection. Considering we were there for a tech conference this was pretty unacceptable. We called to complain several times but at one point I think everyone was calling so no one answered. When we found out that this was the bulk of our resort fee we complained and got some (but not all) the resort fee back, but it took some patience and escalation. If I'm paying $40 for Internet I expect it to work well. We thought the service was fine; everyone was friendly, especially the wait staff and the casino hosts. The location and the service brought it up to 4 stars for us.

    Jan 12, 2022
  • 1.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Dirty room

    Dirty rooms and I told the front desk and guest services and all they said was sorry, not sorry we will clean it or discount the room or anything to try to make it right. You would think with covid being a problem this hotel would take cleaning their rooms with a little more importance. Will not come back . It's definitely not like it used to be.

    Jan 11, 2022
  • 1.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Radisson should be ashamed. Not a resort, so why a resort fee?

    For me, the TI feels like staying in an abusive relationship. It has some good qualities to be sure, but it turns the very things that drew you to it into things that make you hate it and wan to leave and never come back. It is not inexpensive, but it certainly is cheap. And this is part of its allure. It’s location is desirable, but its location also reminds you of the value on the other four corners of the intersection. It lures you in with low advertised rates. But this doesn’t account for the fees. Paying resort fees is like wiping: no one wants to do it, but how else are you going to get clean? But, it isn’t a resort. On this trip, the pool was closed. The gym was closed. The Spa was closed. So, for $45 a day I’m told I get a newspaper, but only if I’d requested one, and free Wi-Fi (which I should get anyway due to status with the OTA I book with. I’ve found trying to work during my stays difficult. WiFi speeds are disappointing, insufficient for even the most basic of presentations. The rooms are dated and visibly abused and look to have been last updated during the Clinton Administration. The hallway on my floor has stains (see photo) and the windows were filthy with dead moths. The paint on the exterior of the building is peeling. The impersonal, aloof service could be overlooked if the price were right, but you can find world class service at even the most inexpensive resorts on Vegas. FinaLly, I felt compelled to call gaming regulators because the property clearly isn’t enforcing mask policy. While checking in half of the agents checked in guests without masks. I asked Hazel at front desk why they didn’t ask guests to wear masks and she went over and said something to two of the agents, but they continued to check in guests without masks Bottom line: I’m just done with TI. IT is expensive but feels cheap. It’s location is just good enough, but it there are a number of safer options in the area. Radisson should be ashamed.

    Jan 09, 2022
  • 1.0 star tripadvisor rating
    Recent Reservation

    This place is a mess. Stay away. When we arrived the hotel at 8:00 pm the check in line was at least 4 hours wait( we calculated. Also the other reviews below tell exactly the same time frame). We were super tired and ready to go to our room and relax. It was just shocking. After waiting an hour a lady announced loudly that there is a self check in next to Starbucks and we don't have to wait. My family stayed in the line just in case and I went there where the check in Kiosks were located. There was a line again. There were nine of the Kiosks and none of them was working. Most of the people just left frustrated. I wanted to take my chances. It just did not accept the confirmation code ( although it was confirmed with the reception). After struggling at least 45 minutes I was super angry and gave up. I went back to the line where my family was waiting. There was nobody around available to talk to. I've called the hotel and asked them to cancel my reservation without any penalty. The person that I've talked to was rude and did not accept this request. She said it was beyond her authorization. Who has the right of keeping all these people wait for 4 hours?? I travel the world, I've never seen such a mess in my whole life. People were sitting on the floor, kids running around, older people just complaining. We were super angry we decided to leave the line and crossed to street and checked in to Palazzo ( we have waited only 5 minutes). What a miss management!! If they can not do a simple check in how do you expect these guys to keep the rooms clean and in order? Yes they charged me $200, I will never ever get anywhere closer to this hotel.

    Jan 09, 2022