Mark in red the location of the Treasure Island in Las Vegas on your Las Vegas map. One time or another it is important to visit Las Vegas, a world's artificial wonder; one time or another, it is vital to pamper yourself at the Treasure Island in Las Vegas, an "amusement park" for adults. The Treasure Island in Las Vegas is a hotel casino, renowned for its live pirate ship battle and shown throughout each night. The Treasure Island in Las Vegas is impressive in numbers, figures and diversity of facilities and amenities. Two thousand six hundred and thirty five rooms and two hundred and twenty five suites accommodate thousands of guests annually. Each room combines the comfort with the elegant style and panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip through its floor-to ceiling windows.
The casino of the Treasure Island in Las Vegas is a ninety five thousand square feet venue with two thousand one hundred and fifty eight slot and video poker machines in addition to table games. The games include Blackjack, Roulette, Caribbean Stud, Pai Gow, Spanish 21 and Baccarat.
There are eleven dining facilities to suite each capricious taste: Francesco's, Isla Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar, The Steak House, Kahunaville, Dishes Buffet, Canter's Deli, The Coffee Shop, Krispy Kreme, Starbucks, Ben & Jerry's and Sweet Temptations.
Each of ten shops delivers customers unforgettable shopping experiences and tons of things to bring home. Save your money in advance to visit the Lobby Store, The Watch Shoppe, Sirens Apparel and Lingerie, The Sirens' Cove Shoppe, The TI Store, The TI Collection, Sweet Temptations, The Mystere Store, TI Kids and the $10 Boutique.
Discernable vacationers will never miss health clubs, spas and outdoor pools, while the others will get married in one of the Treasure Island's wedding chapels.
As the night falls, Treasure Island in Las Vegas turns into a world of limitless entertainment, challenging games and spectacular shows. At the Treasure Island in Las Vegas only you can enjoy the eight-times awarded "Best Production Show" by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Mystere. The show has an international cast of seventy two professional performers, featuring dancers, singers, musicians and champion-caliber acrobats. Passionate and graceful, beautiful and exotic, Mystere is an intriguing fantasy of performing arts.
Another hotel's renowned and seductive show is the Sirens of the Treasure Island. The action starts taking place in the 17th century. The Sirens lure the pirates to their cove with their tempting song, sink their ship and turn everything around into a 21st century party full of music, dance and excitement.
The newest nightspot at the Treasure Island of Las Vegas is the Tangerine Lounge & Nightclub, themed in the style of 1920s. There is an indoor lounge and an outdoor deck, overlooking the Sirens Cove and providing views on the Sirens show. The nightclub itself is wonderful in its choice of entertainment; it features terrific DJ music and dances, diluted by life saxophone, percussion and stand-up bass trio burlesque performances. There is also the Mist Bar and Lounge, featuring tastefully selected rock and popular music and a classic stylish atmosphere.