Julie A. Landry
Treasure Island Treasure Island
Las Vegas, Nevada
"Julie A. Landry"
Hotel services, restaurants, casino, shops, and staffs were all great. The room itself was large and clean, and housekeeping was efficient and thorough. However, there were some issues: - Bathroom had no window and no fan - so no ventilation whatsoever. - Lighting in the room wasn't great. There was a lamp that wasn't plugged in. When we tried to plug it in, we realized that there were NO available electrical outlets in the room except for one on the desk. Literally none. So we could plug in the lamp OR a laptop OR charge a phone. Yet there were FOUR outlets in the bathroom. (For safety reasons, we should not have to plug in non-bathroom things in the very steamy bathroom as a last resort.) - Light on the shaving mirror was out. - No coffeemaker. I can't remember the last time I stayed in a hotel room without a coffeemaker. Then again, there was no place to plug it in except the bathroom... But if there's no coffee maker then the hotel should offer a free continental breakfast or at least free coffee in the lobby. - No way to control the temperature. Again, this is unusual for hotel rooms that I've been in. The main attraction of Treasure Island for us was the convenient location and slightly lower cost; we spent almost all of our time in other places, like Mirage, Caesar's Palace, Circus Circus, etc. Treasure Island is good as a "base of operations," but I would not recommend it if you want to spend most of your time at your hotel.