Treasure Island Deluxe Rooms

The VegasTripping Review 2016

Posted by Chuckmonster

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Treasure Island Review 2016 Entry

To the left a wall mounted armoire, floor to ceiling window, that famous fainting lounge, the bed, a closet and to the immediate left (not pictured) the bathroom.

Treasure Island Review 2016 Bed

Alas, the bed. A king size bed with pillow top mattress, adorned with throw blanket, bolster, four pillows, a tri-color vinyl headboard lit by two bedside lamps and overhead soffet with recessed lighting.

Treasure Island Review 2016 Pillows

A closer inspection of the bed reveals that the pillows are quite rumpled, lumpy and worn. Sheets were clean and spotless.

Treasure Island Review 2016 Nightstand D

Nightstand holds an alarm clock and a lamp with an AC socket in the base, perfect for charging your up your junk. A small platform extends from the top of the nightstand as well.

Treasure Island Review 2016 Bedside D

Some 2007 vintage MGM hotel room art. They love the hotel art with silver painted frames.

Treasure Island Review 2016 Nightstand P

The passenger side nightstand features a telephone, lamp, room service menu, note pad and a pen.



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I wonder if we will ever get to the point in Vegas where there's no bathroom. Rather, the shitter and tub are just in the room with you. Anyone at MGM listening? Imagine community crappers in each hallway!

Yes. Peep the SLS Story Tower hotel room review. Both the shower and the crapper are a thin metal sliding door away.

The TI rooms have held up well. Look cozy.

I would imagine those fainting couches get a real workout. Maybe they ought to be in hose-downable vinyl. Overall, though, the room looks pretty good for sure.

I'm going to assume the stain is from someone sitting there after returning from the pool.

Excellent review. Thanks for doing it, really enjoy reading these. I haven't stayed at TI for many, many years.

One of the first places I stayed at many moons ago when I first started going to Vegas. Enjoyed it immensely back then. Always a great value, and great spot on the strip. Glad to see she is holding up pretty decently.

We stayed at Treasure Island over Super Bowl wknd. The room was pretty much the same as this review, but we asked at the desk for a south facing room, for the sun, and were rewarded with a spectacular view of the strip. Looking south you see everything, all the lights at night. It's really beautiful.
The TI sportsbook is not that great, it is small, and the screens are old school focusing on horse racing.
No worries, it is an easy walk to The Mirage, or across the bridge straight to the Venetian, or across to the Wynn, all of which have world class sports books.

Thanks again for a thorough review...

Chuck, do you wait until you're about to check-out before you do the blacklight tests (ignorance is bliss)? Or does what you find not really bother you all that much?

I can't decide if know that stuff was there would drive me nuts, or if I would adopt an "out of sight, out of mind" attitude. lol

@frostbyte doing the black light video changes what you use/touch. The piss covered lounger was a no-go in daylight. The barf other stuff was certainly a surprise.

This couldn't have been more well timed for me. Staying there this weekend. Thanks Chuck!

Also no way in f'ing hell am I watching that black light video until I come back haha

Am I the only one that likes their furniture pre-pissed on?

::barf::

I think I stayed in this room years ago. Same view but somehow they stuck me with two beds. The beds here are very comfortable. I didn't get the fainting couch though. The dining options are okay. Gilley's is good and the buffet is small but with multiple options. TI is very nice and affordable.

Wait a minute. So you're not supposed to use the fainting couch to relieve yourself if somebody is in the bathroom? Well slap me in the face with a mackerel and call me Sheila, you learn something new every day.

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