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Tahiti Village Questions & Answers

Is the Sunday night Luau free to owners?

1 month ago Answer

7 answers

Property representative
drenzi
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Hello, Pat. Thank you for your interest in our Summer Sunday Luau. The luau is not free to owners, but we do offer special owner pricing.

General admission pricing for owners is as follows:

Adults: $29.99 + tax

Children: $15.99 + tax

VIP pricing for owners:

Adults: $39.99 + tax

Children: $20.99 + tax

Children's pricing is for ages 4-10. Children 11 and over pay adult pricing. Children 3 and under are free. VIP pricing includes preferred seating, early access to the buffet and your choice of a complimentary cocktail or souvenir photo. For more information or to purchase luau tickets, please call our concierge at (702) 440-6915.

We hope to see you soon!

1 month ago
1

No, I don't believe it is free for anyone. The newer location for the luau (it used to be held at the main pool, which caused guest complaints because they would close the pool at 4pm) is now at an area called the island courtyard. It is small, and has a sea of chairs and tables. It doesn't look very inviting. You can check it out yourself as it is located right behind the adult jacuzzi at the lazy river.

1 month ago
1

We did as an RCI trade, so unsure, sorry!

1 month ago
1

Sorry we did not attend and are not owners as went came on a RCI trade. Saw they were selling tickets in lobby when we checked in. Heard mixed reviews about the Luau, so I did not mention it in my reviews. I guess we would be spoiled as we have experienced some Luau's in Hawaii. That is hard standard to match even in Las Vegas.

1 month ago
0

No, the luau is not free to owners or exchangers. It is open to resort guests and general public and draws quite a crowd. You need to call the resort for current pricing, but it was around $40 when we stayed there. We did not attend, so we can't vouch for the food, but we were close enough to hear and see what looks to be a reasonably priced knock-off of a traditional Hawaiian luau.

1 month ago
0

I do not believe it was free. Something like $34.

1 month ago
0

Sorry didn't stay on a Sunday...

1 month ago
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