Treasure Island Las Vegas

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Treasure Island Las Vegas
Treasure Island Hotel Las Vegas.jpg
Location United StatesVereinigte Staaten Las Vegas
Opening 26. October 1993
Subject Caribbean
Room 2.885
Casino area 8.800 m²
Shows Mystère
Attractions Sirens of TI
Owner Phil Ruffin

The Treasure Island Las Vegas is a 4-star hotel with 2885 rooms on 36 floors in Las Vegas. The hotel is located on Las Vegas Boulevard (“Strip”) and is connected to the Mirage by an elevated railway. The hotel was opened in 1993 by the former major Mirage Resorts. This was later acquired by the MGM Mirage Group. On December 15, 2008, it was sold to Phil Ruffin, the former owner of the New Frontier.

Performance Sirens of TI in front of Treasure Island

Treasure Island was inspired by dangerous and romantic seafaring adventures in the Caribbean. Every evening, the famous water show “Sirens of TI” was staged in front of the hotel at 17:30, 19:00, 20:30 and 22:00. As a hotel guest, you were given access to the VIP area, from which you could experience the water show up close.

The show “Sirens of TI” was discontinued on October 21, 2013. The closure was originally supposed to be temporary, but in November 2013 the decision was made to abandon the show completely. The reason is said to be the construction of new retail space.

The hotel also hosts a permanent performance series of Cirque du Soleil’s Mystère program.

In the casino area you will find the buffet “Dishes”.

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Coordinates 36° 7′ 30″ N, 115° 10′ 19″ W