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Tahiti Village
Ranked #35 of 265 Hotels in Las Vegas
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed November 11, 2008

We just returned from our stay at this resort for the second year in a row and had a great experience. We have gone to Las Vegas for three years in a row now because my husband attends the Sema show for business. The second year out in Las Vegas we bought a timeshare at Tahiti.
We chose to stay at Tahiti Village just because it is newer and located on the main strip just past the "big hotels" a little further down.
I have no complaints with our stay. The rooms are very spacious, the bathroom in the one bedroom is very nice with a whirlpool tub, the kitchens are very up to date and the whole unit was very clean. As far as the service the housekeeping staff was extremely prompt in all our requests including requesting more towels, towel pick up, trash removal, bringing more saundries when requested and so on. I have no compaints very friendly staff and love the fact that if you are not there to gamle and smell smoke every minute this resort gives a definite feel of a more tropical setting. We had a great time!

  • Stayed: November 2008, traveled on business
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Reviewed November 7, 2008

We are owners of a timeshare, and have never used it until Oct. 30, 2008. It was more than we expected, and can't wait to go again. Checkin was easy and agent courteous. We are glad we bought it now. And advise otheres to check it out.

Not a noisy casino type facility. You actually don't feel like you are in Las Vegas. They have shuttles that make 4 stops along the strip that run regularly. A resturant/bar right next door. The courtesy bus makes a grocery store run. You could possibly not have to rent a car when you stay there. Location 3 minutes from the airport. Right next to outlet mall and resturants.

Contact us for a referral and free 3night 4 day stay there.
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After being there I'd invite anyone to visit Tahiti Village.

  • Stayed: October 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed November 3, 2008

BEWARE - there is heavy construction going on. Las Vegas means late shows and wanting to sleep in (a bit).....don't count on it for a while....the construction trucks start beeping between 6-8am each week day and not to mention the banging on the pipes. Also - this place is right next to the airport.....so you WILL hear the planes.

The rooms were nice. There is a free shuttle to a few spots on the strip that are useful if they are running on schedule. Night time they are always late because there is a lot of contruction on the freeways.

We tried it - never going back and would not recommend this place. You can find something better closer to the strip and not have to depend on shuttles to get you to the strip.

  • Stayed: October 2008, traveled with family
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Reviewed November 2, 2008

This is by far one of the worst places I stayed at Vegas. 1. It is on the strip but it is not anywhere near any of the other Main hotels. 2. The sales staff hounded us every time we walked through the lobby or was out by the pool. After the 3rd day I was ready to find a new place to stay. 3. The rooms were new but the sheets were dirty, the showers had mold and had bugs. The one good thing I can say - Is that I DO NOT OWN in this timeshare. If I was a owner, I would feel that I got scammed.

Do not go to this resort.. Spend a little extra and get a nice place on the strip....

  • Stayed: June 2008, traveled with family
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Reviewed October 25, 2008

oct.25 2008,just came back from a week stay at the village and it was the best,freindly fast service,really nice pool,hot tub ,steam showers,big screen tv,spacious rooms,excellant view of strip,free bus shuttle which the drivers were great and full of info, always on time, the weather was excellant,people were kind and freindly,wife and i just had a blast and are wanting to plan another trip next year. truly was awsome time

  • Stayed: October 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 21, 2008

I loved,loved, loved the pool, there is a sand beach with toys for kids. Web pictures don't do justice to how pretty the pool area is. There are waterfalls at both ends of the pool (but not in the pool), a whirlpool that is actually hot with great jets. This pool is also great for kids because of the zero depth entry, an area that is 2 ft deep, and areas of the pool that shallow for very small children. The lazy river had not opened yet and we were told it would be ready in three more weeks. There was a tiki bar at the pool but no servers.

The rooms were spacious and nicely decorated. We had the smallest unit and had plenty of room for three of us. My two complaints about the room are, there was no balcony and the windows did not open so we couldn't listen to the poolside waterfalls. TIP: Try to ask for a pool view room, some units overlook the parking lot and have no view at all. There is also no daily maid service, but this is typical in timeshare resorts. We didn't have any problems with service, but heard others had problems with the shuttle and the staff not being very informed about the area.

The resort is very close to the airport, but we could not hear planes from inside our fourth floor unit, you do however hear them loud and clear while at the pool. My two biggest complaints overall: No wi-fi, you could go to the lobby and sign into Denny's signal but that was quite inconvenient. My second major complaint is that every time we walked out any door, we had to walk through a cloud of cigarette smoke from the sales staff. gross.

This was a great place for us with our small son because of the pool and the family atmosphere

  • Stayed: October 2008, traveled with family
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Reviewed October 14, 2008

Tahiti Village is a lovely 3-star resort located on Las Vegas Blvd just about 1 mile south of Mandalay Bay and 2 miles from the airport by taxi. For all practical purposes, its location is “off strip” but the resort provides an excellent shuttle service on comfortable buses to 4 strip locations: Tropicana, Treasure Island, Stratosphere and the Premium Outlets. The shuttle runs fairly frequently and is pretty reliable.

Room accomodations:
We stayed in a 1-bedroom premium (Bora Bora) located in the newer building. The facility is quite nice with an optimal layout scheme. There is a concierge service on the entry floor (usually manned) and ice service with vending areas on each floor. The Bora Bora rooms are fully equipped and sleep a total of 4 in a king master and queen sofabed. They also have balconies with table and chairs. The thick glass balcony doors do a good job of keeping out construction noise, but note that there is also ongoing indoor construction which is quite loud at times.
The bathroom impressed me most with its convenient floor plan, oversized whirlpool jacuzzi and seated shower. The toilet area is recessed providing some additional privacy. The shower also serves as a sauna with a very easily utilized steam function. The water pressure both there and throughout the entire condo is strong and the “instant on” hot water system is commendable. There’s no waiting for the tub to fill for a relaxing jacuzzi, and the on/off switch is built right into the side of the tub. Just press a button to turn on or off—no timer switches. The double sinks are separated by a lower counter area for the guest to sit for makeup applications, etc. The only additional item I would receommend is a lighted magnification makeup mirror. Other than that this is the most functional bathroom facility I’ve experienced so far in any hotel or timeshare resort.
The kitchen is quite convenient and reasonably well-supplied. The usual utensils are there along with a few extras. The resort provides dishwashing liquid and 2 dishwasher tablets. The double sink also has a garbage disposal. The washer/dryer is small but perfect for this condo. Two little boxes of laundry detergent are provided. There is also a food delivery service for a fee if you wish to have your fridge stocked in advance of your arrival. I wouldn’t bother with this if you arrive on a Sunday or Wednesday because at 8 am on Mondays and Thursdays a shuttle will take you to a well-supplied grocery store just down the road. It’s very convenient and the driver will happily give you a hand with heavy groceries. You have about 50 minutes or so to shop and that’s plenty of time as long as you go with a list. For many perhaps the nicest inclusion are the large flat screen TVs in both the living room and bedroom. Along with comes a music center with DVD and VCR.

Onsite amenities:
A single pool equipped with comfortable lounges and tiki umbrellas provides fun and relaxation on nice days. A “Lazy River” is currently under construction and looks to be a lovely area when completed. There is also a nice convenience store with a variety of provisions one might need immediately, an ATM, an exercise room and 2 restaurants (Tahiti Joe’s and Denny’s). There’s free Wifi at Denny’s so go there if you just need to log on occasionally during your stay. The resort has only scattered service for which you must pay a fee. Printing is available in the tiny business center (2 PCs) but the minimum to log on is $5.00. The barbecue area, equipped with 5 large gas grills (cleaned daily), has lots of cooking space and shaded sitting areas. This amenity seemed to be highly popular with the guests.

Problems:
-There are many lifeguards for the single medium-sized pool but I didn’t see them do anything but hand out towels the entire week we stayed. People were permitted to enter the pool with food, beverage, etc., but the worst infraction was that diapered babies were allowed in as well. I found that to be a huge turnoff.
-While most shuttle bus drivers were well-mannered and demanded to see everyone’s bus pass, at least one or two failed to make the grade.
-A great deal of smoking goes on at this resort even though the advertised guidelines indicate that smoking is permitted in only a few designated areas. Even salespeople could be found smoking with their clients while walking around the resort. Our room appeared to be smoke-free but that may be attributed to its newness. The smoking issue is something I would watch for the future. Generally speaking, resorts which accommodate smokers as much as this one seems to end up much dirtier and more difficult to maintain in the long run; something to consider if you’re buying a timeshare and are interested in lower maintenance fees.
-WiFi should always be a free service in mid-level resorts such as Tahiti Village. The attached fee was a huge disappointment.
-Be forewarned; there is a great deal of construction noise at this resort both inside and out. It also sits very close to McCarran Airport where flights take off in the direction of Tahiti Village approximately every 20 minutes or so. If this kind of noise breaks your relaxation cycle you would do better elsewhere. Otherwise, I recommend you go. The price is right and the fun is just up the road!

  • Stayed: October 2008, traveled as a couple
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Additional Information about Tahiti Village

Address: 7200 Las Vegas Blvd. S, Las Vegas, NV 89119-4020
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Location: United States > Nevada > Las Vegas
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center 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:
#18 Spa Hotel in Las Vegas
#39 Family Hotel in Las Vegas
#40 Romantic Hotel in Las Vegas
#63 Business Hotel in Las Vegas
Price Range: $113 - $320 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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