Treasure Island Las Vegas Celebrates 30th Year on the Las Vegas Strip
Three decades as a globally-sought tourist destination, TI demonstrates tenacity as
privately-owned hotel and casino amid north Strip boom in 2023 and beyond
In October, Treasure Island Las Vegas celebrated its 30th year in operation since its original grand opening in 1993.
In commemoration, the property will have multiple promotions, discounts and offerings, beginning Wednesday, Nov. 1 through Tuesday, Nov. 14. At Treasure Island restaurants, including Gilley’s; Las Vegas Yacht Club, A Seafood Restaurant; and Pizzeria Francesco’s, diners can enjoy special $30 Prix Fixe menus like fan-favorite barbeque at Gilley’s; seafood selections like Yacht Club’s Fish and Chips; and pizza and wings at the pizzeria. For full details, see menus at treasureisland.com.
Additionally, guests will be able to sign up for a new players card where they can earn 100 points to redeem $30 in free slot play.
“The Treasure Island property has served travelers worldwide for three decades now, and today provides the best value for its prime location on the Las Vegas Strip,” said Dawn Wolf, Vice President of Brand Marketing, Treasure Island. “Neighboring a blossoming array of new gaming, entertainment and hospitality options on the north Strip, TI has likewise invested significantly over its lifetime in order to maintain its stature as a top-visited hotel and casino. Among regular enhancements, we like to keep guests in mind, contending with the everchanging preferences of travelers, gamblers and diners and always providing a treasured experience for Las Vegas visitors.”
Regarding recent and planned enhancements:
- Treasure Island has rebranded its seafood restaurant to The Las Vegas Yacht Club, A Seafood Restaurant, which features market fresh catches of the day, pan roasts, steamed clams, oysters in the shell, whole Maine lobster, clam bakes for two as well as seafood salads and pastas and specialty dishes including Salmon Oscar and Sea Scallops. A variety of oyster shooters and an extensive list of cocktails and wines are also available. Guests can sip and savor in the dining area or open bar that overlooks the casino floor.
- TI also opened the Big Chill Margarita Bar, a brand new venue that serves up refreshing frozen cocktails. Quick and convenient, Big Chill offers an array of flavorful, fruity concoctions with sizes up to a 48-ounce yard.
- The Oleksandra Spa & Salon recently underwent a transformation and now offers new world-class treatments at its intimate, serene and luxurious spa atmosphere. It also rolled out a 20 percent discount for Vegas locals.
- TI also announced that 2024 will see the opening of exciting new venues, including The Cove, a barcade, where visitors will have the chance to play a number of video games and other forms of entertainment.
Treasure Island is currently owned by business owner Phil Ruffin, who made an offer to buy the property from its former owner MGM in 2008. The purchase was finalized in early 2009 and has retained its prominence as a top-tier destination that features headline entertainment, such as Cirque du Soleil’s Mystere, and numerous dining options, nightlife, spa and shopping experiences. TI continues to offer free parking and valet to all guests.
About Treasure Island
Treasure Island on the Las Vegas Strip is a privately owned hotel and casino. Boasting nearly 3,000 guest rooms, Treasure Island is a world-class destination for headline entertainment. Home to Mystère, the classic Cirque du Soleil performance combines the powerful athleticism, high-energy acrobatics and inspiring imagery that has become the company’s hallmark. Upscale and casual dining choices, hip nightspots and indulgent spa and shopping experiences further complement the one-of-a-kind Treasure Island guest experience. For more information about Treasure Island, visit www.treasureisland.com, or follow on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook @TIVegas.
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