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“We loved the village”
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Tahiti Village
Ranked #34 of 263 Hotels in Las Vegas
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Sallisaw, OK
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181 reviews
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“We loved the village”
Reviewed 2 June 2009

We were there for several days at the very end of May, 09, and really enjoyed out stay. The BBQ court is great when you prefer your own instead of the buffets. The staff are very nice, and the resort is simply first class. The resort does not have the same crowds that the striphotels have, so our stay was much more relaxed and casual. The new lazy river was and extreme hit with the Mrs. We had visitors, and they were treated as guests. We had our own car, and parking is a bother. The resort has easy access to the strip and Fremont Street, if you know your way around. There is a regular shuttle servise to the strip if you don't have your own transportation. This is a extremely good resort unless you must have the bustle, glitz, and drunkeness of the megaresorts on the strip. If you are looking for a more layed back holiday in Vegas, this is the place to be. We will be back regularly.

  • Stayed June 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 1 June 2009

Loved the place!
Here is the pros
* Very Clean
* Very Spacious
* Comfortable beds and sleeper sofas
* Great Steam Shower and Jetted Tub
* Loved the washer/dryer - very convenient
* LOVED THE LAZY RIVER - How relaxing to raft around with a drink in hand. VERY COOL.
* The staff was always very nice and accomodating -always greeted us as we walked past or opened doors, etc.
All around great place to stay. With the craziness of downtown, it was nice to be very close, but then at a relaxing place. The BBQ's were a great touch, we just didn't get a chance to use them, but it was nice to see alot of people were using them.

It also encouraged me to see Vegas busy again, the last time I was downtown it was dead - not this past weekend. It was really great to see people getting out again with friends and family in these times.

  • Stayed May 2009, travelled with family
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San Diego
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Reviewed 21 May 2009

We are owners at Tahiti Village and we were shocked at the limited internet availability. We were at first put in the newest phase and there was no internet available at all! They then transferred us to phase 1 and we had to go through a TV connection cable and even then we couldn't email out. I can't believe a resort of this caliber would be such an internet dinosaur. The rooms and amenities are beautiful, but if you need internet, do not stay here. We had to go down to the "business" area to log on the the Denny's restaurant WiFi which was next door!!!! The first time, this area was so filled up with people waiting for resort sales tours,k that we had to search for a tiny place to sit down! This resort may be new, but it needs to join the twenty-first century!!

  • Stayed May 2009, travelled as a couple
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Portland, OR
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Reviewed 19 May 2009

We stayted for a long weekend in mid-May 2009, and found the place to be just fantastic. We had our 9-year-old with us, and the pools were on par the best we've ever had... anywhere... and we've stayed at some really nice places over the years.

If you go, know that this is more of a 'condo' experience rather than a 'full service hotel experience'. For the price, we are more than happy to sleep in the same bed linens for a week and hang up our own towels. The kitchen in the larger Bora Bora rooms is just like home, and it's equipped with everything you need to cook for a small group. The free BBQ pit area just outside the building was a nice touch.

Don't plan on walking to the Strip, but if you've been to Vegas, you'll know that can be a bit of a walk once you are there anyway. The shuttle service is frequent and different shuttles land you at any of 6 stops... every 15-30 minutes! Last run just before 2am, I think. Again... free. Plan ahead - no worries.

Activities? Ask for Mike at the Concierge desk. He was just great! He advised us to spend $2 per person for the Red Rock Canyon tour, and he was right... the best $2 we spent in Vegas! The wildflowers were in bloom, and it was about 10 degrees cooler than in town.

As for the reports of stalker sales-people, they will only work you if you want something - if you bite on a promotion (low rate or free tickets), expect to spend up to 2 hours with them. This is what they deserve for giving you any deal you might want. We asked for nothing and weren't pestered even once.

We'll definitely be back.

  • Stayed May 2009, travelled with family
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Florida
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27 reviews
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 48 helpful votes
Reviewed 19 May 2009

Our recent stay 2 week stay at Tahiti Village marked our 3rd year in staying at this resort, and each year, it gets better as it grows. In 2008, Phase II was just about complete and opened later that year.

Our room was actually located in the new phase, and it was nice to see that several things that were a little aggravating in the older phase had been addressed in the new phase. One of those things is the washer/dryer. In the old phase, it's a combined washer/dryer...one unit...you put the clothes in, they get washed and dryed in the same machine. The dryer worked horrendously...the clothes always stayed damp and wrinked terrible. In the new phase, it's a separate washer and dryer, and they work very well. Since we stayed so long, it was of great help.

Also, the a/c was set up better. In the old phase, in the Bora Bora unit, in the master bedroom, the a/c blows right on your face as you sleep, and it blows hard. We always turned it off and kept the a/c on in the living room, and the entire unit stayed cool. In the new phase, the a/c grilles are located better and air circulates better. In the bathroom, the air exhaust works better, too.

As far as the property goes, for the first time, we were not hassled with sales reps, or "owner update" phone calls. No one called and we were glad! The Lazy River is now open, and boy oh boy, it's the nicest one I've ever been in...better than Wet N Wild and better than Atlantis. There are 5 water features, designed to drench or splash you, but only if you choose. To fully enjoy the river, don't waste the time renting a float. They charge $3.00 a day for the float, but they are bulky, and keep you out of the water. I hate floats in the lazy rivers, and it was so nice to just swim around, every day, and I did. One thing, some of the water falls are really strong, especially the main one, so cover your ears...you don't want water rushing up your ears. Can't say enough about how lovely the "river" is. So nice, I never even swam in the main pool. Don't know why, but the main pool water was murky for the entire 2nd week...looked very uninviting. The river was much better.

Evidently, Phase III and Phase IV are planned. Land has been cleared, and with the endless tour groups on the property (they are not allowed in the pool areas, though, fortunately), I overheard that 2 more restaurants will be added, in addition to the Denny's and Tahiti Joes, both of which are pretty good. I also saw the full site plan, and there are more pools and water features to be added along with the new phases.

We actually requested a few things be in our room when we arrived, like extra hangars and such, and they have a website where you e-mail them and tell them this, but of course, none of that happened. And trying to request a room in a certain area of the property is also a big pain. I now understood what people were talking about when they said there is no elevator at the end of Phase II building, because we stayed in the very end unit at the end of any INCREDIBLY long corridor. We truly got good walking exercise! But the check in process with luggage and some groceries was a huge pain. Parking is tough on the property, but the parking garage was never even remotely full. However, when they add Phase III and Phase IV, parking is going to be ridiculous, so it seems. One note to Tahiti: get rid of that stupid curb in front of Phase II, behing Manor Suites, and put down parking stripes so people can park! As it is, they all jump up the curb and park anyway! Parking is rough on this property with the addition of the new phase, because the parking garage is on one end of the property, and the entrance to Phase II is incredibly far from the garage and other phases.

Overall, we still love Tahiti and will return next year. If you plan to stay here, trust me, do NOT get a room on the first floor of Phase II. All the tours walk down the hallway, and it's a mess of people. On the weekends, the pool and pool areas get pretty crowded, too. Not crazy, but crowded enough. And because the gated system to enter the propery and pools requires a key and you open the door to enter, the door then slams shut, so don't get a room near a pool if you don't want to hear it.

  • Stayed May 2009, travelled as a couple
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Oakhurst,California
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Reviewed 13 May 2009

After a recent trip to Tahiti Village with extended family, I noticed that my credit card had been charged from Tahiti 4 days after we had checked out. I contacted the resort and was informed that we were charged because we caused damage to the room. They have accused me of damaging a plasma t.v. in the living room. They have no proof of me or any of my guests causing the alleged damage, but they do have a non-English speaking maid that called security and reported the damage upon her "finding" it! It would appear that the maid caused the damage and to save her butt is blaming it on me! I am planning a trip back to Las Vegas to confront the security manager and maid and resolve this situation. BEWARE...have someone from the front desk or security check your room before you leave!!!!

  • Stayed April 2009, travelled with family
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California
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38 reviews
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Reviewed 9 May 2009

We did an exchange through Interval International and were extremely pleased with our stay. We had the 2 bedroom unit and had a wonderful view of the pool. Although the pool area can get noisy, once you close your sliding door you don't hear anything. When we checked in at 2:00 our room was actually ready for us and when we went to the concierge desk we just told them nicely that we did not want to be bothered with requests to do the tour and he very nicely put us in the computer as a do-not-disturb for the week. We were never once asked by anyone on the property to do the tour, so we were pleasantly surprised as so many have complained about this. All our experiences with staff there were very pleasant and we have no complaints at all.
Our room was in great shape, nothing was worn out and it was spotless. There is a weird smell in the master bathroom but we got rid of it by pouring a pitcher of water down the closet drain. Very strange but that is what engineering said to do and it worked! That was the only negative about the room at all. The bed was comfy and we had plenty of pillows. The pools are great and we never had a problem getting chairs before 11:00 am. The lazy river pool is not heated so it was too cool for us but I am sure when the temps get up there soon, it will be refreshing. The main pool is heated and very comfortable. The weather was perfect all week, in the mid-80's to low 90's.
We had a rental car and were glad we did as we do not like wasting our time waiting on shuttles. We spent part of the time on the strip and actually really enjoyed 2 casinos that are just south of the resort, the Silverton and SouthPoint. Both are very clean and nice and if you like video poker you will be in heaven!
Parking, as mentioned, is very full but we were just really lucky.....we always got a spot really close to our room. Good parking karma! We had a great vacation and we will be back!

  • Stayed May 2009, travelled as a couple
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Property: Tahiti Village
Address: 7200 Las Vegas Blvd. S, Las Vegas, NV 89119-4020
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Region: United States > Nevada > Las Vegas
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#16 Spa Hotel in Las Vegas
#40 Romantic Hotel in Las Vegas
#48 Family Hotel in Las Vegas
#63 Business Hotel in Las Vegas
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Tahiti Village 3.5*
Number of rooms: 800
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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