My wife, another couple and I stayed here at the end of April 2014. Overall a great experience, with many positive aspects and a couple negative.
1./ Pool, lazy river and hot tubs are amazing. Always found plenty of availability of chairs in both sun and shade. People do drape their towels over many chairs, but we found that if you asked for a chair people typically were holding more than they needed and were willing to share. Note if there are no chairs at the pool, try the lazy river.
2./ Cost of food and drinks at the pool were very reasonable. $4/beer and yes the drinks are $17 but they are 4 ounces in a large plastic cup that you can take in the pool to prevent spilling, or pool water from getting in your drink. Also 2 liter bottles of water were 3 bucks. We bought a lot of food from the grocery store expecting to cook most lunches, but we found ourselves just eating the food served poolside as it was reasonable cost and taste.
3./ Poolside servers were extremely nice and attractive
4./ Not too far off strip. Free shuttle every 30 minutes (although we never used it), or $25 in a cab would pretty much take you anywhere on the strip.
5./ Rooms were very spacious with a nice balcony
1./ Rooms are in serious need of an update. Carpets have seen better days, and our shower was falling apart. I stayed at this resort 4 years ago and I must say people have gotten their use on these rooms.
2./ Kitchen equipment lacking selection. By this I mean the knives are crappy, not many pots or pans, no chees grater etc etc. Note the appliances were just fine and in good condition (except dish washer didn't come out very clean, but this is partially due to the hard water). We ended up buying a pan from Costco, and I recommend if your a knife snob like me pack a couple in your suitcase.
I would definitely recommend this place if your after all pool time, or a combination of pool by day, party by night (this was us). I have to say it is really nice to wake up and make a quick breakfast in your room, and then head to a pool where drinks are not over priced. Easily worth the extra cab fare for getting you to and fro your nightly events. Especially since you'll likely be close to this even staying on the strip (unless you do everything at your hotel).
If you are thinking of staying here and have a question I'd be happy to reply.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tahiti Village Resort & Spa includes three multi-unit residential towers framing a lushly landscaped courtyard with a sand- entry pool, two hot tubs (one exclusively for adults), and a relaxing lazy river. Spacious guest suites range from 580 square feet to more than 1,500 square feet and offer numerous amenities. Among these are private bedrooms in every unit and full kitchens in select suites. Tahiti Village has daily activities for the entire family, a weekly summer luau, an onsite bar and bistro (17° South Booze & Bites, a full-service spa (Mahana Spa), two separate barbecue facilities, a 24-hour fitness center, and a laundry facility. A complimentary Strip shuttle operates daily and makes stops at the top and bottom of the hour at two hotel-casinos. There is also shuttle service to downtown Las Vegas, a bus tour to Red Rock Canyon, and a supermarket shuttle. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Tahiti Village Vegas
- Tahiti Village Las Vegas Nv
- Tahiti Village Hotel Las Vegas
- Tahitti Village
- Tahiti Village Resort Las Vegas
- Tahitian Village Las Vegas