Treasure Island

148 Reviews
(702) 894-7444
3300 Las Vegas BLVD S., Las Vegas, AL89109
91% got a Vegas Hotel Deal
Treasure Island Hotel Las Vegas

Treasure Island Review Highlights

Recent Hotel Deals & Upgrades

Recent Room Upgrades: 0% 0/0
All Time Upgrades: 91% 106/117

Room Upgrade Reports

Saved:  $Not sure if I saved any money Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Vegas Season Strip View  from  Vegas Season Deluxe 

No target agent just who I got. Presented 20 between cc and license asked if any complimentary upgrades were available. Agent said none available because of holiday weekend,she then hit her keypad and a little bit later said we could have an upper floor strip view. She then waived resort fees , gave us late checkout. Said thanks and she returned the twenty

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Saved:  $Na Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Vegas Season Tower Suite  from  Vegas Season Deluxe 

Walked up to the front counter spoke with a man in his 40s slipped him my id and credit card with 20 dollars in between and said would you happen to have any complimentary room upgrades the guy working beside him was dealing woth my father in law and another guy on the otherside of him was dealing with my sister inlaw and said put them in these rooms. I got a tower suite over looking the strip and my sister inlaw and father in law got petitt suites. Also got complimentary champagne the whole time we were there and half price buffets.

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Saved:  $Idk we were there 5 days so I would say hundreds Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Vegas Season Tower Suite  from  Vegas Season Petite Suite 

Waited in checkin line for the first one to call me up there were a few people in front of me so I wasn’t able to target a certain clerk. A young Asian called me over I would say is was about 25-27 years old slipped him the sandwich the 20 fell out and he said oh he wasn’t expecting it at all I guess I then asked if there were any complementary upgrades available he said let me check he got us a tower suite on a top floor and asked if we liked champagne and gave us a bottle of champagne anytime we wanted it to just call room service and they would bring it. It was a awesome upgrade

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Saved:  $I estimate around $100 Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Vegas Season Strip View  from  Vegas Season Deluxe 

The line was pretty long so it was hard to target a clerk. The clerk i got had just come off of break and I was her first customer. I past her my ID, and Credit card with the $20 in between. Simply asked if there was an Complimentary room upgrades today. She gave me a little smirk. We were staying for 4 nights. She asked us what brought use to Vegas. We told her is was our first time and it was our first vacation since of 3 year old was born, Which is all true but we poured it on. She upgraded use to not only a strip view but a Panoramic strip view room, gave us a complimentary bottle of Champagne and I think she also slipped in a couple more 2 for 1 buffet coupons. Well worth the $20 tip.

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Saved:  $Hundreds Tipped:  $40 Upgraded to  Vegas Season Tower Suite  from  Vegas Season Deluxe 

I had booked 3 Deluxe rooms. I had just gotten married two days ago, and I was bringing my in-laws to Las Vegas. I gave a $40 tip. The clerk upgraded 2 of the deluxe rooms to Strip view rooms. She also upgraded me and my wife’s room to a huge one bedroom suite. Granted it was a Tuesday and not a weekend, but nevertheless that was an amazing upgrade. She also give us a complimentary bottle of champagne for each of the three rooms! Thanks to TI!

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Saved:  $A lot Tipped:  $40 Upgraded to  Vegas Season Tower Suite  from  Vegas Season Deluxe 

I tipped more than usual, but this is because I was wanting two rooms upgraded. So normally I would tip $20, but I thought if I had 2 rooms then $40 was fair. When we first approached the young man at the counter he only asked for my credit card, which was super awkward since I had already prepared my sandwich in between my ID and credit card. He was flabbergasted by the $40 and immediately set them on the bar back in front of me saying “he wanted to leave this here in case he did not meet my expectations”. My boyfriend and I carried on very light conversation and then the guy started saying things like “happy anniversary” and “happy birthday” (probably trying to justify this major upgrade. We made sure to mention it was our first time staying at treasure island. He then showed us our rooms in a binder which we gladly accepted. So grateful that he could accommodate us the way he did. We felt so spoiled!!!

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Saved:  $530.00 Tipped:  $50 Upgraded to  Vegas Season Petite Suite  from  Vegas Season Deluxe 

This was our third time in Vegas and second time trying the sandwich trick.

I read a bunch of reviews before we left and many people said that $20.00 can’t get you very much in Vegas anymore so I decided to try the $50.00 sandwich.

We checked in around 7:00 p.m on a Sunday. There was no line up. I handed over the $50.00 sandwich to a nice lady in her 20’s and asked if there were any complimentary room upgrades available. She said that she would take a look and went and spoke with her manager. She came back and said that nothing was available tonight but to check back with her first thing in the morning. She then offered us a free bottle of champagne which room service delivered. I came back the next morning and talked to her again and we got upgraded to the Petite Suite from a basic run of the mill room. The room was huge, had two bathrooms and a jacuzzi tub. We saved over $530.00 with this tip. I am 2/2 on the sandwich tricks, first at Planet Hollywood and now at TI. It is well worth the gamble. Better odds than any slot machine in Sin City!

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Saved:  $450 Tipped:  $50 Upgraded to  Vegas Season Petite Suite  from  Vegas Season Deluxe 

We checked in a 2pm. In the line I was looking for fresh clerks that were just about to start their shift. There were several on the right side of the check-in desk, while most of the people were going to the tired clerks on the left side. Once my line came up, I stayed on the side for a bit until the needed group of clerks opened up and went straight to them.
I handed the guy my sandwich (I decided to tip $50 since my stay is 1 week long, around $1100 total) and quietly and politely asked if there are any complimentary upgrades. He asked me if I wanted any specific room, and I asked for something nice, since me and my wife were on the honey moon. He was so nice and gave us the petite suite (much larger room with 2 bathrooms). Unfortunately, the first one was overlooking the construction site, so I went back with the keys and asked him if there is anything overlooking the strip (didn’t need to tip this time). In less than a minute I had the new keys. Such a wonderful beginning of our stay!

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Saved:  $200 Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Vegas Season Strip View  from  Vegas Season Deluxe 

4:30PM Vegas time. Not extremely busy but every front desk clerk was attending to guest check ins. In Vegas to celebrate finances birthday. Slipped neatly folded concealed 20 between ID and CC. Discretion seemed of top importance when seeking an upgrade here. Front desk attendant was a very nice lady, was very grateful. Received upgrade from standard room to Panoramic Strip View, which is a strip view corner room. I’ve stayed in about every hotel on the strip and this is one of the greatest views you can get. Treasure Island is an exceptional forgotten gem on the strip. We also received two days of 2 for 1 dinner buffets, various two for 1 drink coupons, steakhouse coupons, two tickets to Mystere and a complimentary bottle of champagne.

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Saved:  $20 Tipped:  $20 Upgraded to  Vegas Season Petite Suite  from  Vegas Season Strip View 

My story is good and bad. I explained to my brother in-law how this is done and he checked in right after me. I slipped the sandwich and asked the younger girl if there was any comp. upgrades as it was the day after birthday. She hesitated and was afraid to help but offered free champagne. I asked for a buffet coupon and was denied also denied for waiving the resort fee.
I motioned to my brother in-law to try a different person. He went to a man a did the $20 and they guy gave him a room upgrade and a 2-1 buffet coupon. I told him if you get those items then get aggressive when he mentions the resort fee and show him another $20 and ask if he can do anything about waiving the fee. The clerk said he could take care of it saving him $70.
So he got a tower suite, a 2-1 buffet coupon, and $70 waived resort fee for $40.
The moral of the story is make sure you get the right clerk when you check in. I think my clerk was hesitant because an older lady clerk was sitting next to her and seemed to be watching us closely and listening in.
Good luck

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