"Pirates Treasure Ahoy! part 2" Treasure Island Hotel - Casino Tip by machomikemd
Treasure Island Hotel - Casino, Las Vegas: 64 reviews and 116 photos
Part two of my treasure Island two part Tips since VT has only 5 pictures max per tip.
The Magnificent treasure Island is a 2,885 room hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, USA and is connected by tram to The Mirage. The resort and casino opened in 1993 and originally intended to attract families with features such as a large video arcade and staged pirate battles nightly in "Siren's Cove" in front of the casino entrance on the Strip (Featuring the Sirens of Treasure Island free show, This show, taking place on a 4 football sized water filled field, brings the fantasy of Treasure Island where you can experience it up close. The show, a 12 minute story of Sirens luring men to their cove, makes use of music, dancing, singing and a high level of energy that brings you even closer to the action. The show runs four times a day, at 5:30, 7, 8:30 and 10 P.M.) another famous show here is Cirque De Soleil which cost $95. this hotel is evolving into the hot spot for adults in Las Vegas. Gone are the distinctive skull-and-crossbones outdoor sign and the indoor pirate theme. Fronting the resort is a huge body of water -- now called Siren's Cove instead of Buccaneer Bay -- that is the crux of the new TI. Instead of pirates and sailors duking it out, sexy sirens lure pirates into the cove in a kitschy show with pop music.
Address: 3300 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Directions: It is found on the west side of Las Vegas Blvd., between the Mirage and Fashion Show Mall.
Phone: (702) 894-7111
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