Cabarets >Tangerine at Treasure Island
3300 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.124489 -115.169872
Lounge: Tue-Sat 6pm-4am
Patio: Daily 5:30pm-12am
One of vegas's older hotel. A family fun place for shows and games. They have a huge game area for carnival games. Try climbing the uneven latter! Thu also have a newly renovated boat show on the Las Vegas strip side of the hotel.
Not that impressed – I went to Tngerine close to when it first opened and wasn't that impresed. The place is not very big compared to other Vegas clubs. The only good thing is that you don't wait in line very long, but we spent more time in the hotel bar because the drinks were alot cheaper.
Vegas VIP – I booked VIP on vegas com. Great deal. Great service. Nice bouncers. This is a cool spot. I wouldn't have wanted to be in general admission. It would have been to crowded for me. We were treated exactly like you should be if you buy a table and two bottles. We had a great time. I need to get back here. I have heard they have made some changes. I am sure they are for the better. This management team seems to do a great job. Only complaint I can think of is the bathroom was outside the club. It was kind of a pain.
Hot – the club was fun with god music on Wednesday night. It gets really warm in there, though, and it was really crowded.
It's OK – This place is easy to get into--there was no line, and it seemed like even guys could get in with no problem. Also, this is a good place to go on Wednesday since many of the trendier clubs aren't open until Thursday. There was a really good DJ, and it wasn't so crowded that you couldn't move. Basically, it's not a particularly unique/awesome clubbing experience, but if you're looking for mid-week dancing with less hype, this might be a decent place to start.
Great Balcony... – Tangerine has tough competition with so many upscale Las Vegas clubs, but what makes it fun and worth the visit is being able to stand on the balcony and watch the pirate show. After you are finished watching you can grab a potent daiquiri and watch the occasional burlesque dancer. Its a cute and fun place to go.
cheesy – went there to meet a group while I was there for the weekend. Granted, they did have a private area roped off for them, the club was AWFUL. I wouldn't pay to go to a place like that. Music was decent, but we made the most of it. just altogether not a good vibe.
Intimate lounge and sultry club heat up the Strip with beautiful bartenders and burlesque shows. – In Short
Guests sip daiquiris and enjoy steel-drum tunes in the daytime. But at night, it's all about the eye candy. Guests mingle and nurse cocktails on the outdoor deck overlooking the cove, where the sexy Sirens of TI seduce. Indoors, DJs spin a mix of rock and dance while beautiful bodies press flesh among the orange, amber and earth-toned decor. Nightly burlesque shows tantalize with songs and stripteases that have performers revealing their barely there garter belts.
Nice plce for dancing – The place was packed on Wednesday. Had fun dancing while Spinderella was on the decks. the decor was nice, but the space smaller than I had expected and the sitting area was gone.
Party with celebreties outdoors on the Strip – I've been here a few times now during special events and "normal" evenings. If you get there early, the outdoor deck area is an excellent spot to hang out and people watch on the Strip. Later at night, the VIP tables turn into celebrity hot spots. The indoor club has an intimate (small) dance area with killer audio. The DJ takes a break once an hour for the 10 minute burlesque show that is classy and fun with a live sax-drum-bass trio. Drink prices are a bit expensive, but standard for any popular club on the Strip. However, it's relatively easy to find "VIP" passes that allow you to skip the long lines, and get you $10 offer the cover price (which is $20 during the weekends and special events). Wednesday nights are MOONSHINE, and very popular with the "in crowd" (i.e. Vegas locals).
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