As you sip the last drops of your exotic cocktail at our Luau surrounded by your family, knowing tomorrow is check out time for your stay at Tahiti Village- and summer- we hope you pause to savor every last decadent moment of it. And just like that, as if summer couldn’t get any better you see a burst of flames, as if to send you off on your way home with a bang.
Native Polynesians adorned in traditional garb erupt the stage in a riveting and beautiful cultural homage to their island home. You may also be surprised to find the men are also dancing the Hula. Once upon a time, the Hula was actually performed by men. The men that led the tribes, would perform these dances as a way to convey the history of their people and their creation. And as you probably witnessed at our Luau, the Hula is a rigorous dance sure to push your core to its limit.
As our last parting gift for your stay here with us, we want to send you off with a way to keep us and all the memories of your tropical holiday alive all year long. Here are some Hula moves demonstrated by our performers to get your blood and core pumping in the upcoming colder months.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed a new emphasis on sun care. Gone are the days of Jersey Shore tanning beds, and Hawaiian Tropic suntan oil with a -4 SPF. Amongst some of their more questionable revolutions, Self Care seems to be one of the more merit-based trends millennials have pushed into the mainstream- and with good reason. It only takes one glance at tanning addicted boomer skin to thwart any craving for UVA or UVB rays, and with more than 90% of skin cancers caused by sun exposure, perhaps it’s time to start acquiescing to this self-care trend. Here is your guide to navigating this bright new world of sunscreen obsession taking over the world. (And Tik Tok)
WTF is SPF
According to the FDA, “SPF is a measure of how much solar energy (UV radiation) is required to produce sunburn on protected skin (i.e., in the presence of sunscreen) relative to the amount of solar power required to produce sunburn on unprotected skin. As the SPF value increases, sunburn protection increases.
There is a popular misconception that SPF relates to time of solar exposure. For example, many consumers believe that, if they normally get sunburn in one hour, then an SPF 15 sunscreen allows them to stay in the sun 15 hours (i.e., 15 times longer) without getting sunburn. This is not true because SPF is not directly related to time of solar exposure but to amount of solar exposure. Although solar energy amount is related to solar exposure time, there are other factors that impact the amount of solar energy. For example, the intensity of the solar energy impacts the amount. The following exposures may result in the same amount of solar energy:
one hour at 9:00 a.m.
15 minutes at 1:00 p.m. Generally, it takes less time to be exposed to the same amount of solar energy at midday compared to early morning or late evening because the sun is more intense at midday relative to the other times. Solar intensity is also related to geographic location, with greater solar intensity occurring at lower latitudes. Because clouds absorb solar energy, solar intensity is generally greater on clear days than cloudy days.”
Other factors and variables like melanin content and application frequency also affect the level of exposure. As a general rule of thumb, applying two finger lengths worth of sunscreen yields about the suggested 1/4 teaspoon amount to supply ample face coverage or three-finger lengths to yield the recommended 1/3-1/2 teaspoon amount to cover the face and neck.
The consensus amongst medical experts is a minimum Broad Spectrum SPF of 30, but an SPF of 50 or above is ideal. The protection factor between an SPF 50 and SPF 100 is trivial and usually not worth the increased white cast if you’re in the market for a Moi real biased sunscreen.
Outside of the US, you’ll find the PA+ rating system. According to Paula’s Choice, ‘the letters “PA” followed by plus signs (PA+, PA++, PA+++, and PA++++) on a label are a rating system developed in Japan to represent how much UVA protection the product offers.”
Mineral or Chemical?
Mineral, ‘Physical,’ or Inorganic sunscreens contain a group of mineral oxides such as titanium dioxide or zinc oxide. This family of sunscreens works by reflecting and scattering UV rays away from the skin. However, a deeper science dive will reveal they work more like Chemical filters, which absorb the UV rays into your skin and convert them into heat. Physical sunscreens are less cosmetically elegant, and most will give you that dreaded white cast. Although the technology and development have come a long way- inspired by the millennial obsession for sun protection- even the tinted versions or products containing ‘universal’ masking tints may not bode well on every skin tone- especially those with a Fitzpatrick of 3 and higher. If you have sensitive skin, though- you may want to opt for a Mineral-based formula.
If you’re choosing a chemical formula, try exploring the European and Asian sunscreens that employ more sophisticated filters not yet approved by our antiquated FDA regulations. Most of these formulas are very cosmetically elegant and impart no white cast whatsoever.
Here are Our Favorite Sunscreens to use in the Desert
Circadian Light Day Sunscreen SPF 37
Luckily for you, Mahana Spa at Tahiti Village offers one of the hardest to find niche brands of mineral sunscreens that has garnered a bit of beauty editor and die-hard enthusiast notoriety. The Circadian Light Day Sunscreen SPF 37 offers optimal broad-spectrum protection with a little white cast on most skin types. It works great under makeup as a primer and won’t pill either. The formula plays well with multiple-step skincare routines. Ask our concierge for more information, or visit the Mahana Spa in Tower 5 to snag your bottle.
ISNTREE Hyaluronic Acid Watery Sun Gel SPF 50+ PA++++
Utilizing the most comprehensive and cutting edge organic chemical filters mostly unavailable in US sunscreens like Octisalate, Homosalate, Tinosorb S, Tinosorb M, and Univul A Plus, and marrying them with eight molecular weights of Hyaluronic Acid (another blog another time), Isntree created one of the most virally beloved sunscreens to date. Like most Korean products, this K Beauty brand offers state-of-the-art cosmetic elegance and sun protection factor at affordable pricing that puts most overpriced US formulas to shame. It works great on all skin types and leaves zero cast. Also great because it doesn’t sting the eyes for most.
SUPERGOOP Glowscreen SPF 40
The brand claims this “multitasking sunscreen gives skin an instant glow-up — and now it comes in two radiant shades! Formulated with hyaluronic acid and vitamin B5 to hydrate and perfect, this cult beauty fave creates a dewy, glowy base without any visible glitz or glitter. Wear on its own, or layer under makeup as a primer to give skin a naturally supple, lit-from-within look. Choose our OG shade (Sunrise) for a champagne, pearlescent glow, or our all-new shade (Golden Hour) for a bronzed, sunkissed glow!” And if that isn’t convincing enough, it’s one of the most highly rated and vlogged US sunscreens garnering a heaping cult following for the luminescent, healthy sun-kissed glow it imparts.
The pace of life during the global pandemic was viscous, like watching black tar oozing the span of an inch in the span of a week. We had a lot of catching up to do rectifying the days of thunder, so naturally we tasked professional Nitro Funny Car owner and driver Chad Green with the challenge. We were lucky enough to partner with this driver originally from Midland Texas, and learned why this speed demon recently upgraded from the Pro Mod car to the dangerously faster Funny Nitro Car.
Chad Green Motorsports Meet and Greet at Tahiti Village.
Before Chad Green hit the track, Tahiti Village and Chad Green Motorsports hosted a Meet and Greet for fans and guests alike. Fans and guests came to Tahiti Village and were clearly as excited to meet Chad as we were, as throngs of people and polite hysteria ensued around Chad and his car, where he patiently met all his fans and overdosed on selfies like a true sport. Tahiti Village has a long history supporting the sports world, sponsoring teams like The Golden Knights, Las Vegas Aces, and the Las Vegas Lights. It’s a perk and a privilege we always look forward to sharing with our owners and their guests. We were also able to give away tickets to owners to enjoy the NHRA Camping World 4 Wide Nationals that happened April 1st – 3rd.
Father Son Duo
Father and Son duo, Chad Green in his Nitro Funny Car, and Hunter Green in his Top Alcohol Car both drove at the NHRA Camping World 4 Wide Nationals in Las Vegas. Hunter Green made his first ever debut in the Top Alcohol Dragster Class. Fans and attendees flocked to see their set-up, enjoying the spoils of these events. Both drivers did exceptionally well, qualifying to race against some of the best.
In case the sight of your stale Christmas tree morphing rapidly from holiday cheer to crispy fire hazard wasn’t enough of a reminder, any jaunt to your local drugstore festooned in conversation hearts and Russel Stovers Nuts and Chews heart boxes will remind even the most unlovable that Valentine’s Day is rearing upon us. Of course, this year has done less for the libido than your freezer full of Hungry Man microwaveable dinners but unfortunately this defense will not stand up in the court of love. To avoid the peril of a bow and arrow shooting your heart- and not cupid’s by the way- we’ve employed our master’s of seduction at Tahiti Village to help you shine as the true Casanova you are. Remember, if your love is blind our concierge can always lead your way back to the heart of the matter.
Lazy River of Destiny
Heated to a balmy 82 degrees, the lazy river is fully optimized to bring warmth back into your cold cold heart. Try floating into the abyss with your special someone early AM when the steam from the water covers the air in an oh so sultry romantic mist. And don’t forget to ask our concierge to set up some champagne and desserts delivered poolside for the ultimate true love flex.
Burning Flames of Love
Ditch the masks and CDC rigmarole and opt for some romantic outdoor solo time where you can gaze at each other’s pouty lips next to the burning flames of love (and shish kabobs) by ordering one of our BBQ kits through the concierge just in time for the sunset. The weather forecast predicts sunshine with a slight breeze. We predict a good excuse to put your arms around her…
Untie the Knot
What’s all the fuss with tying the knot when you can undo them instead at Mahana Spa. Our serenity headquarters are equipped with private couples suites and spa services for those who don’t always have the magic touch. Mahana is offering some romantic Valentine’s packages like The Couple’s Escape and Berries and Champagne Facial. With high demand and limited availability, make sure to book now! True love won’t wait…
Retie the Knot
Now that our healing hands at Mahana have undone the knots that have shackled you to muscle aches let us help you tie some of those knots back together in our exclusive Vow Renewal ceremony. Relax, unlike your exorbitant wedding bill- this one is on us!! Oops you did it again!!! We want your love to last so much we’re willing to renew your vows on the house! Just ask your concierge for details on how but sign up fast as slots are limited!
Sometimes, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it… Our popular Valentine’s Day prix fixe dinner at 17 South Booze & Bites is a savory return to form for couples who prefer doing things the old fashioned way. Contact our concierge to book your spot in this gastronomical love fest but save some room for dessert in the bedroom…
Let Me Entertain You…
They don’t call us the entertainment capital of the world for nothing. The city is teeming with activities flavored for every palate and luckily for you, we have friends in all the right places. Since our guests always come first, we’ve saved all the good seats for you. Make sure to take advantage of our concierge team who know all the latest and greatest connections to leverage for your entertainment whims. From magic to mayhem we’ve got something to pepper your romance.
At Tahiti Village of course! Christmas is a great time to visit Las Vegas! Thinking of spending the holidays in a different setting? Enjoy a fun-filled holiday season in Las Vegas with these top attractions. Some of the best Christmas activities in town include shopping, dining and entertainment at some of the finest hotels on the strip. Enjoy cool temperatures and the beautiful city of Las Vegas during the holidays this winter season.
Stay at Tahiti Village for the Holidays
A vacation for Christmas is just what you need and there are so many reasons to visit Las Vegas during the most wonderful time of the year. We have cooler temperatures but it is not freezing, perfect for staying in one of the hot tubs at Tahiti Village all day long. Relax this holiday season by floating down the heated lazy river at Tahiti Village and enjoying the steam showers in the Bora Bora and Royal Tahitian suites. There are so many activities for guests to enjoy in Las Vegas in the winter, guests can enjoy the Bellagio Botanical Gardens, the Las Vegas Speedway’s ‘Glittering Lights’, Opportunity Village’s ‘Magical Forest,’ and of course the New Year’s Eve fireworks!
What to do in Vegas this Holiday Season
Tahiti Village is the perfect place to have your holiday festivities. Take your holiday traditions to Las Vegas and spend quality time with the whole family in our all-suite resort. Guests can cook Christmas morning breakfast right in their suite and then open up presents. Take a relaxing dip into our sand-entry pool and float down our amazing lazy river, heated to over 80 degrees in the winter for our guests to enjoy. Build a gingerbread house or bake cinnamon rolls in your room and take advantage of the full kitchen in the Bora Bora suite and the Royal Tahitian suite. One of the best things about Vegas, is that everything is almost always open! Tahiti Village is open all holiday season long, as well as our restaurants 17 South and Arturo’s Village Pizzeria!
Get your holiday shopping on just across the street from Tahiti Village. Town Square is a shopping center just up the road from Tahiti Village and the Las Vegas South Premium Outlets are right next to Tahiti Village. Shop at all your favorite stores, and take your goodies back to your suite for your Christmas celebration. Shop till you drop at Kate Spade, Michael Kors, Vans, Tommy Hilfiger and more at the Las Vegas South Premium Outlets. Town Square has everything you need for Christmas shopping with H&M, Kay Jewelers, Sunglass Hut, The Container Store, Victoria’s Secret, Ulta and more!
The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden is a free attraction that displays beautiful flowers, trees, walkways, bridges, and plants of all varieties. Every season the theme of the botanical garden changes into an amazing new floor to ceiling display. This season guests can see the holiday display between November 20th 2021 – January 1st 2022. The Fountains at The Bellagio also have Holiday themed performances every year. The water show features Christmas music and is held from December 5 2021 – January 3, 2022!
Ethel M Chocolate Factory has an amazing 3-acre botanical cactus garden full of beautiful types of cacti including agave, prickly pear, and aloe plants. During the holiday season, Ethel M Chocolate Factory decorates the cactus garden in beautiful Christmas lights and decorations. Walking around the cactus garden is free for guests. Ethel M chocolates are also the perfect gift for friends and family this holiday season. Delight in a gourmet variety of caramels, brittles, and all different flavors of chocolate. Make sure to make reservations here to see the winter wonderland of festive lights and decorated cacti.
The Las Vegas Speedway hosts Glittering Lights – A Drive-Thru Lights Show from November 12th 2021 until January 9th, 2022! Guests can buy tickets and drive through the lights show, admiring and experiencing the holiday themed lights show. Glittering Lights is the perfect holiday activity for the whole family. Guests will enjoy the warmth and comfort of their car, and the glittering and beautiful lights outside as they drive through the show. Did we mention it takes about 40 minutes to drive through the whole entire show? Purchase tickets here!
Christmas is all about Giving
Opportunity Village is a self-funded foundation that raises money through donations with partners to fund events such as the Magical Forest. Opportunity Village runs the Magical Forest as a fundraiser for their main cause, which is helping children and adults with disabilities find work so they can live the fullest lives possible. Magical Forest has been in operation for 30 years in Las Vegas and is a fun and exciting winter wonderland for all ages! Drink hot cocoa, enjoy amusement rides, and see all that this winter wonderland has to offer! Tahiti Village is proud to be a partner with Opportunity Village, and all of the money donated into our wishing well is donated to Opportunity Village every year. Buy your tickets for the Magical Forest here!
Ring in the New Year at Tahiti Village
Grab a bottle of your favorite champagne and enjoy the view from your cozy suite or guests can head up to our Tenth Floor balcony in tower 5! Tower 5 at Tahiti Village has a breath-taking view of the whole entire Strip. Hang out at our Tenth Floor balcony and get a panoramic view of all of the lights and fireworks celebrating the New Year. The Plaza hotel will have a firework show, along with fireworks being set off from the rooftops of the ARIA, the STRAT, Treasure Island, Planet Hollywood, MGM Grand, The Venetian, and Caesars Place! There will be over 80,000 fireworks explosions in the amazing New Year’s Eve show! See the whole show from the start of the Strip to the end of the Strip at our Balcony view. If you are looking to enjoy a lowkey celebration, watch the Time Square Ball Drop in your suite and enjoy all of the comforts of home!
One of the questions that we are asked more than many others on social media is people wanting to know the best time to visit Las Vegas. The tricky part is that the answer comes down to what people are looking to do while they are visiting Las Vegas because for people looking to hang out at a fantastic pool with sandy beach entry like the one at Tahiti Village is entirely different than someone looking for lower rates to come to town and see shows and enjoy some of the fantastic fine dining options in town. In this post, we will try to cover the many different types of visitors and what likely works the best for them. If you feel that we missed something, please let us know in the comments, and we will be sure to come back and add it to this post.
Average Temperatures in Las Vegas
Being a desert city, the temperatures in Las Vegas can swing more than 30 degrees in a day from the lows to the highs. Depending on the time of year, that may mean you need to start the day in a light jacket or a sweater, and by the afternoon, you are comfortably lounging by the pool. This chart will help give you a range of what to expect by month, including precipitation.
You may be wondering what caused that spike in July. In Las Vegas, we have a summer monsoon season that can cause afternoon thunderstorms to flare up over parts of the valley. While the rain can be an inconvenience for some, many others enjoy watching the lightning from a distance at night since most of the storms get hung on the mountains surrounding the city.
Best Time for Lounging By the Pool in Las Vegas
This is a 2 part question unless you are a fan of the summer heat. The pool season officially kicks off in Las Vegas in mid-March at most properties, though at Tahiti Village, we keep the pool and lazy river heated in the winter so guests can enjoy them all year long.
For visitors looking to spend their entire day & afternoon lounging in the sun, swimming, and enjoying a refreshing drink, we recommend late March through late May and late August through early October. This gives you the best chance to arrive at the pool when it opens and be comfortable all day while you soak up some sun. Just be sure to wear sunscreen to keep from getting burned. Even in cooler temperatures, the UV index in Las Vegas will still cause sunburns.
If you love the heat and the action, then mid-summer months are perfect for you! The pools are busy, the music is on, and the summer pool party vibe is in full swing all across the city. While temperatures will typically be over 100 degrees for a high every day from July through August, the vibes by the pool are also going to be the highest. Just wear some sandals when walking around the pools because the pool deck will be hot.
Best Time for Outdoor Adventures around Las Vegas
Many people looking for desert adventures will stay away from the hot summer months for safety reasons, which is certainly understandable. While short hikes can be safer options, avoiding the summer heat is a good idea if you want something more extreme. For rock climbers looking to climb the longer routes, the season typically starts in November and can run through late March if the weather cooperates.
The winter is typically also the busiest time of the year for the Red Rock Scenic loop drive. In 2020 the park began a reservation system to limit the number of people entering the park at any given hour the gates are open. Because of this, we highly recommend reserving your entry time in advance before you depart for your adventure!
Many national parks are within a 3-4 hour drive of Las Vegas that will give you some of Mother Nature’s most scenic views. Death Valley, Zion National Park, and the Valley of Fire are popular day trip destinations for people looking to see some of the most picturesque views that the Southwestern US offers. If the Grand Canyon is on your bucket list, you can reach the south rim in only 2.5 hours from Las Vegas. If you want to experience the Sky Walk, you’ll want to plan and get your tickets before you leave Las Vegas to make sure your spot is reserved because this is one of the most popular ways for people to see the Grand Canyon.
Best Time to Visit Las Vegas for Nightlife
The nightclubs in Las Vegas will always be when the city is the busiest. For visitors looking for the best nightclub experience, the Summer & Fall seasons will be the best time to visit. There are enough nightclubs on the strip to warrant their post but always plan by reaching out to promoters or looking for online VIP access.
Shows in Las Vegas operate all year long, so you can easily see any of them regardless of the time of year you visit. If you are shopping for a deal, we recommend coming between December and February for the best chances that some shows will offer discounts on show tickets, especially at the TKTS booths located up and down the Las Vegas strip. You’ll also have an easier time getting dinner reservations to those hot restaurants that you have wanted to check out.
It’s Always a Good Time for Las Vegas
No matter what you are looking to get out of your vacation, Las Vegas has you covered. Depending on what you are looking for, some different resorts and locations will suit your needs. Fremont Street may be the perfect spot for you if you are looking for a never-ending party, especially with the newly opened Circa Las Vegas. For the more modern approach, with all of the lavish amenities, the strip is always open and ready to help you have the vacation of a lifetime. If you want to set up a home base in a quieter off-strip hotel but still be close enough to the action to get there quickly and easily, then check out the rates we have for Tahiti Village.
Las Vegas was founded in 1905, when construction started on the Hoover Dam in 1931, Las Vegas as we know it started to take shape. The first casino, The Golden Gate Hotel and Casino opened it’s doors in 1905, in current day Fremont Street and is still a vibrant hotel and casino today. Electricity from the dam enabled the building of many new hotels along the Las Vegas strip, helping to shape the landscape little by little to our present day version of Las Vegas. The original hotels were small, and resembled motor lodges, many being only one story with limited casino floors, in comparison to the modern day megaresorts we see on the strip. All of the original resorts have been replaced by buildings that are significantly larger and more impressive.
Since the establishment of the Strip, many hotels have been erected, then demolished for larger, bigger and better resorts and casinos.
In 1955 The Riviera opened it’s doors as the first high-rise hotel/casino on the strip. The Riviera was the 9th resort built on the Las Vegas Strip and was designed by a Miami architect after a previous attempt to build on the site fell through. The Rivera was one of the most popular hotels and casinos on the strip. Shortly after opening, the Riviera was featured in a famous Life Magazine article “Las Vegas – is Boom Overextended?” a story about how Las Vegas had built too many hotels to be profitable. In 2015, the hotel was demolished to make room for the expansion of the Las Vegas Convention Center, forever reshaping the look and feel of the strip.
Shortly after the opening of The Riviera, the Dunes Hotel and Casino opened making it the 10th resort on the strip. The Dunes was themed after Arabian Nights, with 200 hotel rooms in several buildings, a 35ft sultan statue above the main entrance, along with a 90 foot V-shaped pool and 150-foot lagoon. The resort attracted many different Hollywood stars. The Dunes closed it’s doors in 1993, and the remaining tower was demolished in 1994, signifying the end to mafia controlled resorts in the eyes of many locals. Where the Dunes once stood is now the present day Bellagio. The Dunes golf course has now been converted to Park MGM, New York-New York, CityCenter, Cosmopolitan and the T-Mobile Area.
The most recent transformation to the Strip has been the opening of Resort World in 2021. Resort World is the first new resort to be completed on the strip since the addition of the Cosmopolitan in 2010. Resort World is situated on the site of the famous Stardust Resort and Casino. The Stardust opened it’s doors in 1958 located on 60 acres. The Stardust also offered convention space, a country club, international Raceway and was the first resort to open an RV park for guests. The Stardust closed in 2006 and was demolished in 2007. The site had remained vacant until Resort World construction began in 2017.
What will the next 50 years in Las Vegas look like? Only time will tell, one could only imagine brighter lights, more shows and attractions, and larger resorts. Here’s to the next 50 years in Vegas!
National Plan For Vacation Day is here once again! Take action and plan out how you will enjoy this year’s vacation time.
In 2015 the U.S. Travel Association uncovered an unfortunate finding. Through working with travel industry partners to collect data on vacation time usage, they found out American’s were not using their vacation time. In fact, in 2018, more than 55% of American’s had let their vacation time go unused for the year. Taking time off to unplug helps decrease stress, uplifts moods, and allows you to strengthen connections with others. This is why we emphasize the need to plan out how you will be using your vacation time. You earned it, don’t miss out on this crucial benefit.
Although it is tempting to procrastinate on planning, those who plan tend to use more of their vacation time than those who don’t. To further entice you, we are currently offering 30%off at Tahiti Village when you book for 3 nights by February 28, 2021.Our rooms come equipped with the comforts of home, including a full-sized kitchen, dishwasher, and more. Our resort also has a heated lazy river, sand entry pool, and other features we are sure will help you re
Celebrate love all month long in Las Vegas. Whether you are celebrating with your significant other, family member, or friend this year, we’ve put together a list of activities you can enjoy with any loved one.
Schedule an appointment at Mahana spa and chose from a variety of offerings. Schedule a couple’s Basic Mahana Relaxation Massage, which starts at $105 per person. The team sanitizes and sends laundry out for washing to ensure each guest has a safe and enjoyable experience.
Watch the Bellagio Fountains:
A truly romantic and also free activity. Watch the synchronized music and water show from Las Vegas Boulevard. With the fountains being outside, there is plenty of fresh air and space to enjoy the show safely. The show typically plays every 30 minutes in the afternoon and every 15 minutes in the evening.
Paris Eiffel Tower light show:
Another fantastic free light show that all can enjoy. Walk over after watching the show at the fountains and enjoy the romantic Parisian lights. The show typically commences at sunset and plays about every 30 minutes
Take in the city lights from the High roller:
Take a 30 minute spin 550 feet above the strip in your own cabin. Each cabin provides a 360-degree view of the city. Tickets start at $20.50 per adult.
Float along the lazy river:
Grab your drink from 17 South and float along thelazy river. The river is heated to over 80 degrees in the winter.
Explore the signs of Las Vegas past and walk through the boneyard area. The boneyard is outside and has plenty of space to socially distance. Tickets start at $20.
All of these romantic activities are just minutes away from your room at Tahiti Village. Wind the day of excursions down and relax in your room. With full kitchens, semi-private to private patios/balconies, and jetted tubs in our Bora Bora and Royal Tahitian rooms, we won’t blame you if you don’t want to leave your room. There are so many ways to celebrate love in Vegas, from venturing out on the strip, or just having a romantic meal on your patio, we hope you share Vegas with your loved ones this year!
March is a great time to plan your visit to Tahiti Village! With spring officially starting on March 20th, the weather begins to warm up a bit. Temperatures typically hover around the high 60’s and low 70’s. Additionally there are many celebrations to be had in March. It is a great time for basketball fans and anyone who enjoys celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. There’s plenty to do in the city during this time. We’ve put together a list of activities to help you plan your itinerary.
St. Patrick’s Day Celebration’s
Whether you want to celebrate by going sightseeing, catching a show, or grabbing a drink, we’ve got you covered. Sightseeing