December 08, 2017
On December 5th there was a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new tower at the Treasure Island Resort and Casino. The tower adds 306 guest rooms. The original tower has 482 guest rooms.
The additional tower makes the casino resort the second largest hotel in the state.
Views of the Mississippi River and surrounding areas can be seen from the upper floors. Guestrooms feature special lighting, Hi-Def televisions, and rain showerheads in walk-in showers.
The lobby of the hotel offers Island Perk. A place where guests can enjoy coffee, fresh baked pastries, sandwiches, and salads.
$68 million was spent on the expansion project.
The Prairie Island Indian Community owns Treasure Island Resort and Casino.
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