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|Treasure Island Hotel & Casino|
|3300 South Las Vegas Boulevard|
Las Vegas NV United States
|Units / Rooms||2,891|
| - hotel|
| - casino|
| - restaurant|
| - retail|
| - highrise|
| - postmodern|
| - masonry|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
- Architect: Bergman, Walls & Associates, Ltd., The Jerde Partnership
Facts & Description:
- As an expansion to the Mirage, another Steve Wynn hotel across the street, it was going to be called "Treasure Island At the Mirage."
- Construction on Treasure Island started March 1992 and opened October 1993.
- Originally a largely family themed resort, Treasure Island abandoned its family theme in 2003 and switched to a more contemporary resort. Gone are the famous skull-and-crossbones sign, video arcade, and free pirate show. The hotel was renamed TI: Treasure Island.
- The hotel is home to "Buccaneer Bay," a mock oceanfront village, including a man-made lake facing the Strip. Originally, a nightly show for visitors and tourists featured "Pirates vs. the English Navy" aimed at a younger audience. When the hotel shifted to a more contemporary style, it was replaced with adult themed "Sirens of TI" and the lake was renamed "Sirens Cove". The show focuses around a group of sensual Sirens seducing a band of renegade pirates.
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