Treasure Island on the Las Vegas Strip, known simply as TI, is aptly named because of its many hidden treasures. A paradise for adults, it includes some of the hippest hangouts in town, a tropical pool area with a party tub, a variety of restaurants and the first permanent Cirque du Soleil show in Vegas.
One of Treasure Island's big features is Gilley's Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Q, which has something for everyone. The saloon portion offers bikini bull riding contests, multiple bars, a stage, a dance floor and a "big Texas" attitude. The restaurant, which fronts the Strip, features barbecue-style favorites including ribs, big burgers and pork sliders. There's also an outdoor patio.
The rowdy Senor Frog's bar and restaurant, a party staple in Mexico, adds to the nightlife scene now.
The hotel's spacious guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows and also boast the exclusive Elite Sensational pillow-top beds, flat-screen LCD TVs, small refrigerators, private safes and large soaking bathtubs.
Phil's Italian Steakhouse celebrates the best of Italian and American cuisines. Kahunaville Tropical Restaurant gives diners the option of enjoying their meal while being entertained by flair bartenders. It also offers a luau-style dinner show called "Island Heat LuWOW." The Vietnamese-themed Pho is a restaurant within a restaurant, located in The Coffee Shop. A world-class selection of dishes is also available for breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend champagne brunch in The Buffet at TI. And Little Richie's Chicago-Style Beef and Dogs is a hot dog stand situated near the poker room and sports book.
Included in Treasure Island's entertainment offerings is the visually stunning "Mystere" by Cirque du Soleil, now nearly through its second decade of highly acclaimed performances. The pool features private cabanas and a party tub that fits 25 people.
Topping it all off, the resort is conveniently located, offering a tram to the neighboring Mirage and a pedestrian bridge across Spring Mountain to the Fashion Show mall.