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Treasure Island Pool. What can you tell me?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by EastCoastVegasFan!, Oct 31, 2014.

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  1. EastCoastVegasFan!

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    I love pools in LV, this is why I normally stay at the Flamingo. I recently heard great things about the pool at TI, and from the youtube clips I've seen, it looks full of energy and fun. What can you tell me about it?
     
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    Small and meh...
     
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    Yeah....the actual pool is fairly small and not as 'tropical' as say Flamingo or Mirage and not as 'fancy' as Caesar's. And, if you're looking for a loud & rowdy day-club like experience crowded with twenty-somethings splashing, dancing, flexing, posing and peeing in the pool all day.....you won't be happy with the TI pool. That being said, I thought it had a fairly good vibe for a group of 35-50 year olds who still know how to have a good time! There was a poolside DJ playing all kinds of tunes. Drink service was very good. And, never had any wait at the walk-up bar. The food was pretty good also! The second day were were able to get a cabana very easily. The age of the crowd was pretty diverse. With the area being on the small side, it was easy to mingle/meet people who were willing to hang out and drink with. I was there 'late' in the pool season (this past September) so I really don't know what it like July through August. However, we were so impressed with the pool that we are considering staying at the TI next summer over Mirage or Caesar's to save some $$ on the room and spend it on gambling and drinking instead!
     
  4. EastCoastVegasFan!

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    Great review, I am considering staying there in March! The only thing I don't like is they aren't MLife or CET!
     
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    Like the others have said the pool is smaller than Flamingo. We've always had a great time at the TI pool. Pretty laid back and good music. Usually plenty of entertainment by some of the guests.
     
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    My experience at the pool at TI was pretty blah. The pool had potential, yet the atmosphere, help and cleanliness all lacked. Still recall the plastic cup blowing like a tumbleweed as a couple employees watched.

    My room at TI was nice. Though I still have TI on my no reason to stay again list.

    Just my 2-cents.
     
  7. EastCoastVegasFan!

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    Well, I am booked for March, so I will try the pool out. Will report back!
     
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