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Indulge in Island Flavors: Introducing OliOli Shave Ice & Eats at Tahiti Village Resort

Nestled poolside at Tahiti Village Resort and Spa in Las Vegas, NV, Olioli Shave Ice & Eats offers a delectable array of island-inspired treats to tantalize your taste buds. As the newest addition to our culinary offerings, Olioli promises a delightful experience for resort guests seeking a refreshing poolside bite. 

Discover Island Delights 

At Olioli Shave Ice & Eats, we’re bringing a taste of the islands to the heart of Las Vegas. Cool off with our signature Hawaiian-style shave ice, available in a variety of mouthwatering flavors. From classic options like pineapple and mango to exotic blends like tiger’s blood and bubblegum, there’s a flavor for every palate to enjoy. olioli shave ice & eats rainbow shave ice in front of tahiti village pool

In addition to our refreshing shave ice creations, we also offer a tempting selection of specialty hot dogs, sandwiches, and salads. Indulge in island-inspired flavors with our Pineapple Polka hot dog, featuring Polish sausage, sriracha mayo, pineapple bits, and caramelized onions. Or savor the classic combination of ketchup, mustard, relish, and onions with our Poli Oli hot dog. 

Poolside Paradise 

Situated alongside our sand entry pool, Olioli Shave Ice & Eats provides the perfect spot to unwind and enjoy a gourmet treat while soaking up the Las Vegas sun. As you lounge poolside, take in the tropical ambiance and savor the flavors of paradise with every bite. 

olioli shave ice & eats shack at tahiti village hotel poolExclusive for Resort Guests 

Exclusively available to guests of Tahiti Village Resort, Olioli Shave Ice & Eats offers a convenient and delicious dining option for those seeking a taste of island life during their stay. Whether you’re lounging by the pool or exploring all that Las Vegas has to offer, be sure to stop by Olioli for a gourmet treat unlike any other. 

Book Your Stay and Save 

Ready to experience the ultimate poolside dining experience at Tahiti Village Resort? Book your stay now and enjoy 20% off your accommodations. Immerse yourself in the beauty and tranquility of our Polynesian-inspired oasis while indulging in island flavors at Olioli Shave Ice & Eats. 

Experience the Best of Las Vegas olioli shave ice & eat hot god by tahiti village pool

Located just two miles from the vibrant energy of the Las Vegas Strip, Tahiti Village Resort offers the perfect blend of relaxation and excitement. With stunning views of the Strip and easy access to all the city has to offer, our resort provides the ideal home base for your Las Vegas getaway. 

Don’t miss out on the chance to experience the ultimate poolside dining experience at Olioli Shave Ice & Eats. Book your stay at Tahiti Village Resort by visiting our website or calling us at 855-386-4658 today and discover the flavors of paradise in the heart of Las Vegas. 

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Grab Your Grilling-To-Go Meal Today!

You can never go wrong with good BBQ, especially Grilling-To-Go!

grilling to go17° South Booze and Bites has got you covered with something fresh and new, Grilling-to-Go! From box to BBQ, Grilling-to-Go has everything you need for an authentic summertime BBQ no matter the time of year. Boxes include marinated meat, sides, plates and utensils/condiments. There are two different meals to choose from, Chicken or Beef, each serves two people.

–For the Chicken meal you will receive Marinated Chicken Breast, Seasonal Veggies, Potato Salad, Corn on the Cob and Hawaiian Rolls.

–For the Beef meal you will receive Skirt Steak, Seasonal Veggies, Quartered Red Potatoes, Corn on the cob and Hawaiian Rolls.

The Chicken meal is $25 while the Beef meal is $35. If you choose to do a property tour, the prices would change slightly to $18 for the Chicken meal and $28 for the Beef meal.

Pick up the Grilling-to-go box at 17° South or call head 702.440.1717 to place your order. Stop by the Concierge’s desk to see if you qualify for a discount! We are devoted to exemplifying the serene, adventurous spirit of a tropical atmosphere and we are hoping that Grilling-to-Go does exactly that for you and your family during your stay at Tahiti Village!

 

Arturo’s Village Pizza Is Open!

The Arturo’s Village Pizza story begins with a boy from Brooklyn; a boy who never forgot the sights, the sounds and especially the pizza. There was something about the elusiveness in the flavor he could never shake, but it seemed to exist to greater or lesser degrees in every family-owned pizza joint running the length of Coney Island Ave.

He was a regular at their storefronts for years, but the pie-tossing proprietors never knew his name and never once bothered to ask if it was Tony or Joey or Frankie or, more to the fact, Artie. The boy’s name is Artie Spector.

Artie always knew what he wanted and that was two slices, always for the road. One of the built-in benefits of Brooklyn pizza is its portability and pliability. Artie had perfected the famous double stack at a young age. An ingenious 2-for-1 intake method in which consumers place one slice on top of the other, allowing them to eat twice as much pizza in half the time.

These are the memories Artie took with him when he eventually left his hometown to pave his way in the world, a decision that took him far from his city roots. He started out and found his calling in Hawaii, by converting condominium units into deluxe timeshare resorts. It was the vacation ownership industry that led him to Las Vegas.

When Artie moved to Las Vegas he built what we know today as Tahiti Village Resort and Spa. Over the years he furnished it with all kinds of desirable amenities, including a restaurant, spa, and lazy river. Although, his dream since boyhood was to have his very own Brooklyn-style pizzeria and that is where Arturo’s Village Pizza was created.

Arturo’s Village Pizza has been entrusted to our very own Executive Chef, Jason Diaz, “One of my very first promotions was taking over a pizzeria and pizza has always held a special place in my heart. I’ve been fortune enough to have good people teach me how to make good pizza.”

The dough is the foundation of any pizza and Chef Jason has given everyone at Arturo’s Village Pizza nothing but the best. “The dough recipe is mine. I reached out to a vendor to help in making the dough and they are making it and shipping it to me, fresh from Los Angeles,” said Diaz.

 

Everyone has heard of Brooklyn style pizza, but not a lot have tasted the real deal. Here at Arturo’s Village Pizza we have specifically picked certain pizzas that are true to Artie’s past.

“We wanted to stay as authentic as possible to what Brooklyn style pizza is. If you take a look at what they do, a lot of what we do is mimicked. I just wanted to try and carry on that tradition and make it so it is New York style,” said Diaz.

All of the pizzas on the menu mean something to Chef Jason and they all have something he likes. He can’t choose just one favorite because he loves them all just the same! However, he did mention that the fan favorite has been the Brooklyn Meat Pie; with Italian sausage, Pepperoni, Bacon and Ham, it is the ultimate pie for a meat lover.

“I know it means something to the owner and all we want is for Arturo’s to succeed. I know he wouldn’t have trusted me with what he did if he didn’t think we could pull it off,” said Diaz. We want everyone to know what Arturo’s is and stands for. No one at Tahiti Village should leave without trying real, Brooklyn style pizza.

“I’m looking forward to what we might be able to do further on. The feedback and reviews from everyone coming in has been amazing… it is a cool ride to be on right now,” said Diaz.

What Artie learned and tasted back in Brooklyn, has been brought back to Tahiti Village, and now – quite ironically – a South Pacific-themed resort is the one and true purveyor of authentic Brooklyn-style pizza in Las Vegas.

Don’t forget to stop into Arturo’s Village Pizza the next time you are at the resort and see how Artie’s dream came true!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arturo’s Village Pizza is coming to Tahiti Village!

Lots of people think of our tropical resort paradise as a little slice of heaven. Beginning this summer, with the anticipated grand opening of our new Arturo’s Village Pizza, they’ll be eating a little slice of heaven.

Construction is set to begin in early February on the pizzeria, which will be located on the first floor of the Tahiti Village lobby building.  Thematically, Arturo’s Village Pizza will project a casual, New York City-style vibe. Visitors can either eat in or grab and go. The main entrance will be located outside the main lobby building opposite 17˚ South Booze & Bites, our onsite bar and restaurant. There will also be an exterior patio entrance near Tower 1 on the north side of the property.

“People can expect the pizza in Arturo’s Pizzeria to have the highest quality ingredients,” said Chad Nelson, Tahiti Village Director Food and Beverage. “We are excited to use the best cheeses, dough, and ingredients to create an amazing product. Arturo’s will be a great addition to our resort and will round out our food and beverage amenities available to our guests at Tahiti Village.”

Arturo’s sauce will be made in-house daily and includes San Marzano tomato, garlic, herbs, and Grana Padano cheese. Visitors can choose from five different pizzas on the menu and two prepared salads. Pizza can be ordered by the slice or by the full pie.

The renderings below are a representation of what you can expect, but is subject to change. We at family friendly Tahiti Village Resort & Spa on the south end of the world famous Las Vegas Strip are excited to bring this project to fruition and will communicate our progress over the course of the construction.

Take a bite out of summer with a visit to Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ favorite tropical resort paradise! Dining in Las Vegas never tasted better.

Book a visit to Tahiti Village!

Arturo's Village Pizza construction set to begin in February at Tahiti Village Resort & Spa in Las Vegas
Arturo’s rendering No. 1.
Arturo's Village Pizza construction set to begin in February at Tahiti Village Resort & Spa in Las Vegas
Arturo’s rendering No. 2.

Rodeo star Luke Brown returns to Tahiti Village!

Wrangler National Finals Rodeo superstar Luke Brown is back at family friendly Tahiti Village on Saturday, Dec. 7. Join us from 12:30-2 p.m. and watch Luke demonstrate the skills that have made him a 12-time NFR qualifier, a three-time average champion and the winner of more than $2 million in career earnings. He will sign autographs and pose for photos in addition to performing a roping demonstration.

Wrangler National Finals Rodeo star Luke Brown returns to Tahiti Village Resort & Spa in Las VegasLuke competes in team roping on the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo circuit, and is in Las Vegas for the NFR’s annual December visit.

Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the great Luke Brown at Tahiti Village’s Manihi Isle. It is conveniently located between the pool and lazy river. There will also be a drawing for a pair of Durango boots to be given away at the end of the meet and greet.

We hope to see you here at Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ favorite tropical resort paradise.

Meet our Stars of the Industry Awards nominees

Please join us in acknowledging our Soleil Management nominees for the Stars of the Industry Hospitality Awards Gala. The event, sponsored by the Nevada Hotel and Lodging Association and held annually in Las Vegas, celebrates exceptional professionalism and outstanding service of top individuals in the hospitality industry. Each of the candidates from our Soleil Management Las Vegas properties – family friendly Tahiti Village, Tahiti Resort and Club de Soleil – has exhibited those requisite qualities in abundance. We are pleased to nominate them in their respective categories for this prestigious award.

They are:

Monique Makhlouf
Director of Learning and Development, Soleil Management
Learning & Development Professional of the Year

Julian Ross
Director of Owner Services & Revenue Management, Soleil Management
Revenue Management Professional of the Year

Thomas Gardipee
Front Desk Agent, Tahiti Resort Las Vegas
Guest Services Professional of the Year

Dave Campbell
Recreation Manager, Tahiti Village
Emerging Leader of the Year

Michele Kline
Area General Manager, Tahiti Resort Las Vegas & Club de Soleil
Woman in Lodging of the Year

Nominees are chosen based on their length of service, their outstanding service skills as well their community involvement. Many are nominated by their leaders, however many are also nominated by peers. Winners are determined through a voting process and kept top secret until the awards ceremony.

Based on the submitted criteria, a winner is chosen in each of 20 categories. Their identities are kept top secret until the night of the gala.  The program lists every nominee and the slide show also shows each nominee, giving everyone the chance to recognize and thank these extraordinary people for their exceptional service.

The 9th Annual Stars of the Industry Awards Gala (SOTI) will take place on October 17 from 6-9 p.m. at Mandalay Bay.  Best of luck to all our nominees.

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Hospitality at its Finest

May 3rd- 5th marks the annual Hospitality Design 2017 Expo & Conference in Vegas, and is the perfect venue to experience all that Vegas has to offer – and what has changed over the years.

If four million Americans all decided to stay in their own hotel room on any given night, there would be plenty of room for everyone at US-based hotels. The hospitality industry is a massive one, commanding $550 billion dollars worldwide from travelers in 2016 alone. And the overall expenditures on both sides of the equation are equally staggering.

Hotels spend incredible sums of money on a variety of things, and inject billions into the world economy as they work alongside vendors and service providers to keep their properties humming. The IRS noted that Marriott spent $190 million just to replace old bedding at its properties recently, and spends $20 million a year on skin-care products for its hotel rooms. With the hospitality industry, as a whole, generating nearly as much revenue as the GDP of Finland, Sweden, and Norway combined, it certainly attracts a lot of attention. And no gathering of hospitality industry trends stands out quite like the Hospitality Design Expo & Conference – held this year in Las Vegas.

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What to Expect This Year

The HD Expo has been going strong since 1992, and over the past 25 years it has gained serious momentum as the premier trade show for the hospitality industry. The goal of the show is to:

*Connect industry professionals who can collaborate and turn current challenges and opportunities into real-world solutions.

* Expose up-and-coming designers to key industry decision-makers who can boost the visibility of emerging technologists and artists.

* Offer LU/CEU accredited courses that not only deliver leading-edge industry information, but can also grant educational credits for life-long learners in the field.

* Showcase leaders in the hospitality field who can discuss the ins and outs of managing and growing a successful brand.

The 2017 HD Expo is estimated to pull an expected 17,500 attendees and is a great opportunity for anyone involved in the hospitality field to learn more about the contemporary world of hotels and their related services. Las Vegas is the perfect venue for this type of exposition, as it embodies a true spirit of adaptability that has literally reshaped the skyline over the past 20 years.

Las Vegas has demonstrated how service and the client experience has had to change to keep up with changing tastes, how design features that were once considered unrealistic or even unattainable are now in demand, and how technology has reshaped the way hospitality industry firms do business.

Think about it – for the 40 million or so annual visitors to Las Vegas, how many of them booked their room via an online booking system? Or downloaded the app to enable easier management of their resort stay? Did social media influence their decision? Statistics say that social media is one of the biggest influencers when it comes to making a hotel stay decision. Wi-Fi infrastructure overhauls are another big push. It isn’t acceptable anymore for a hotel guest to not have robust and reliable Wi-Fi on the hotel property. Even SMART room keys, which allow guests to unlock their room doors with a swipe of their smartphone, are quickly replacing the old “credit card-style” room keys. These innovations, and more, will be showcased and discussed at the 2017 HD Expo in Las Vegas.

One of the biggest changes seen in hospitality industry trends in Vegas is a move away from hotels with a “gambler’s Mecca” theme to one of an all-immersive resort experience. Tahiti Village, for example, lies just minutes away from the gaming tables of the Strip, yet pampers guests with an all-encompassing Island theme – perfect for escaping the noise and hustle of the Las Vegas’ Strip. A resort like Tahiti Village is one example of the “New Vegas” – a far cry from the stale, smoke-filled card rooms of yesteryear.

Come check out the HD Expo this year for yourself, or simply book a room in Vegas to see firsthand what hospitality looks like – Vegas-style.

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Issue 4 of the Tahiti Village Vacationer is ready to open

Two significant stories distinguish Issue 4 of the Tahiti Village Vacationer, our final newsletter of the year and our last one moving forward. More on that in a moment. The biggest news, as evidenced by its anchor position at the bottom of Page 1, is the announcement of our main lobby remodel. Without giving away too much here, the renovation will bring with it exciting new changes we think you will enjoy. As mentioned above, we are bidding farewell to our traditional newsletter in favor of social media. Read all about it on Page 2. You won’t miss a thing – especially the three-month wait between newsletters. We hope you had a wonderful holiday season and wish you a very happy and prosperous 2014. Thank you for reading.

Tahiti Village Newsletter Issue 4 2013 

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LED TV installation in Towers 1 and 2 nearly complete

New 42-inch RCA HDTV in Tower 1

The installation of new LED televisions in Towers 1 and 2 is nearly finished. Once the 32- and 42-inch flat screen RCAs are all in place, our north and south guest towers will be completely high-def. We have installed the new TVs in roughly three-quarters of Tower 1 and 2 guest rooms, and expect to complete the project in the coming weeks. LED televisions are lightweight and far more energy efficient than the previous TV technology. We think your TV watching will be that much more enjoyable.

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The latest TV Vacationer is ready for its screen test

Issue 3 2013 Tahiti Village Vacationer

The interval between our last newsletter, Issue 2, and our current newsletter, Issue 3, a 90-day conflagration commonly referred to as summer, was a fun and busy time here at Tahiti Village. With Issue 3 we can begin to bid an overdue adieu to the hot months, but in the event you have trouble with goodbyes, we leave you with a memento of the summer that was on Page 5. We think it will make the pain of parting more bearable while at the same time give you something to look forward to. In keeping with our summer theme we direct you to the cover, where we devote an entire page to our weekly Saturday pool party. Nothing but refreshing fun, we say. Inside you will find the informative and entertaining articles you’ve come to expect from your resort newsletter. We hope this latest edition of the Tahiti Village Vacationer tides you over to the next. By then you’ll be putting a turkey in the oven.

Issue 3 2013 Tahiti Village Vacationer