USA TV NEWS Travel features exclusive, in-depth photo tours of the Las Vegas’ world-famous hotels and casino resorts. We explore a different Vegas property each month so you can visit virtually before booking your stay, or just fantasize about plush digs outside of your budget.
This April, we’re exploring Treasure Island Hotel & Casino, home to the pirate ship on the Strip. Opened in 1993, TI offers 2,665 rooms (including 220 suites) throughout its 36 floors. The casino hotel boasts 95,000 square feet of gaming, 10 restaurants, seven bars and lounges, and Vegas’ first resident Cirque du Soleil show, Mystère. Guests can relax at the large pool area, spa and salon, or party on the patios of Señor Frogs or Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall and Bar-B-Que. Browse the gallery above to see all there is to do.