We just returned from a week's stay at the Tahiti Village resort. Overall we were very pleased. The front desk staff were very helpful and friendly at check-in, as well as the concierge staff when we had questions about anything to do with the hotel or Las Vegas. The grounds are beautiful - a nice retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the Vegas trip. Makes you feel like you are having two vacations in one, and the complimentary shuttle every half hour to and from New York, New York and the Mirage on the strip was great. We also took a trip offered by the hotel to Red Rock Canyon and we enjoyed that very much.
My only complaint with the hotel was that the main living area with the kitchen and sitting area (the smallest suite available, the Bora Bora I believe) looked very dark and dingy when we came in. The lighting was very poor and dim, and with no windows was not sufficient. It seems the light bulbs were just not bright enough for that space. We had to have the lights on over the counter island, next to the couch, as well as the hall light on for decent lighting in a very small space. The furniture which seemed kind of worn just looked dingy in this lighting and not very welcoming. The bedroom, however, was fine with a comfortable king size bed and widows which gave it some light. The bathroom was fine but the sink area was a little cramped and close to one of the doors leading into it. Also, the small refrigerator had no freezer portion to make or keep any ice.
The two restaurants on the property, Tahiti Joes and Denny's, weren't fancy but convenient and the food was fine. My only complaint with Tahiti Joes was one of the wait staff that we had twice in a row. Although very pleasant, he was forgetful, got our order wrong both times and was slower than slow. A hamburger for my husband and a hot dog for me took two hours the first night...seriously! Denny's had the nicest and most professional staff of any Denny's I've ever been in. They couldn't do enough for you and your food was always as ordered, came in a timely fashion and the wait staff continually checked on you. Plus it was very clean and pleasant inside.
So I would definitely recommend Tahiti Village for those who don't want to stay on the strip in Vegas and who may enjoy a tropical feel resort.
- Also Known As:
- Tahiti Village Las Vegas
- Tahiti Village Vegas
- Tahiti Village Las Vegas Nv
- Tahitian Village
- Tahiti Village Hotel
- Tahiti Village Hotel Las Vegas
- Tahitti Village
- Tahiti Village Resort Las Vegas
- Tahitian Village Las Vegas
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tahiti Village Resort & Spa is the newest jewel in the Soleil Management resorts portfolio. This Tahitian themed resort includes three multi-unit residential towers surrounding a lushly landscaped courtyard with a sandy beach entry pool, hot tub, and a quarter mile long lazy river. Tahiti Village includes a three-story, 42,000 square foot hotel style lobby, Tahiti Joe's Restaurant featuring Tahitian cuisine for lunch and dinner, and Mahana Spa a full-service spa located on the ninth floor of tower five. Also open 24 hours a day are two fitness centers and a business center with high-speed Internet access. Family and children activities, including water aerobics and treasure hunts, are held daily for a surcharge to non-owners. Guests can catch a complimentary shuttle to The Strip, which is only two miles away. Families appreciate the spacious suites with kitchens or kitchenettes – a true feeling of being home away from home. ... more less
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