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We love our stays at the TI. The location on the strip is close to many amenities and feels very safe. I love that you have to show a room key to get on the elevators and security is staffed there 24/7. The buffet at...More
This is my very first time in Vegas. This hotel is very reasonable and clean. The staff is friendly and the location is convenient. I love that there are restaurants on the premises. I would say here again!
We stayed at Treasure Island and loved it. It was very clean and staff were very friendly. They had texting for any questions you had and you were even able to check out via text message instead of waiting in line.
The pool was lovely,...More
Was super excited to see this newer water park at TI during March of 2018 but was a huge let down from the beginning. We were suppose to check in at 4 but didn't get a room until 830 PM and spent a lot of...More
I was here on business. The hotel was perfectly adequate as a place to stay, but it isn't a flashy, glitzy super-nova like the newer hotels on the strip. I was here years ago when the property was more of a signature experience ... they...More
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Agree with Scottishvisitors2016. We went over Christmas and paid about $35 dollars + tax per night. They say it is to cover things like the wi-fi and some coupens and access to the gyms etc. I think it is a back-door way of... More
Agree with Scottishvisitors2016. We went over Christmas and paid about $35 dollars + tax per night. They say it is to cover things like the wi-fi and some coupens and access to the gyms etc. I think it is a back-door way of increasing income, but I understand most hotels on the strip do it. A little bit similar, but different, if you get my meaning, to the city taxes you pay in Italian hotels.