I have spent a lot of time with MLife over the last few years. I wrote last year that I am a big fan of the Bellagio penthouse suite. The lounge access that sometimes comes with it. I have also stayed in the Aria Sky Suites, and I have visited many other MLife properties. For this trip, however, I wanted to do something different. I stayed in the Treasure Island Petite Suite. This room is an amazing value in a good location.
The Dine Drink Travel Youtube channel has a good video walk-through of this room. Mine was located on the 17th floor. Unfortunately, I had a mountain view rather than a Strip view. This is not a “suite” in which one could entertain. There is a seating area for two or three people, but you aren’t having a big party up here.
As you enter the room, there is a desk straight ahead. The desk itself was fine, although I could only find one plug. The chair in front of the desk was a lounge chair that say too low. However, that problem is easily resolved by sitting at the elevated bar table. The bar table it located to one side with a couch. To the other side is an incredibly comfortable bed. The shades on the window do an excellent job of blocking out light. You will be able to sleep as late as you like.
What is the killer feature of the Treasure Island Petite Suite?
The room itself was very nice. Ultimately, however, it was simply a large hotel room. There was no killer feature… except the bathrooms. The plural in “bathrooms” wasn’t a mistake. This room has two bathrooms. One has a shower with a nice bench, and the other has a giant jetted tub. For many groups, the second bathroom will be more important than space in the room itself. Each bathroom has spa-quality bath amenities.
I have a soft spot for the Treasure Island. They used to give me great casino comps, and I really enjoyed my trip back this time. The petite suite is often available for around $100-$125 even without a discount. At that price, this may be the best deal in Las Vegas. It isn’t the fanciest room, and it isn’t the nicest hotel. However, Treasure Island is still miles ahead of the lower-tier properties. The location is excellent. With two bathrooms, this room may be hard to beat.