Celebrate Love in Las Vegas

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.

Las Vegas Strip

Enjoy a massage at Mahana Spa:

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 the lazy river. The river is heated to over 80 degrees in the winter.

Enjoy a gondola ride at the Venetian:

Cuddle up and cruise along the canals of the Venetian. Adding to the romance, each gondolier serenades you through the voyage. There are indoor and outdoor rides with tickets starting at $29.


Visit the Neon Museum:

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!



National Plan For Vacation Day

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 relax.

How to Celebrate the Holidays in the Midst of the Pandemic

How to Celebrate the Holidays in the Midst of the Pandemic

How to Celebrate the Holidays in the Midst of the Pandemic

Written by: Emma Grace Brown ~ emmagracebrown.com

With COVID-19 remaining a significant concern in many places, holiday plans are changing for many. From cooking family recipes over Zoom calls or shuttling dishes and gifts between households, your holidays will likely look quite different this year. Use this guide to help your family cope this holiday season, whether it’s signing on for family video chats over turkey dinners or opening presents on Zoom.

Safe travel tips and considerations

While many are opting to stay home and avoid the risk of contracting COVID-19, others are choosing to travel to see family or for holidays. The CDC recommends that people stay home, but if you choose to travel, be sure to heed the following advice.

First of all, it’s wise to ask yourself whether your travel is necessary. If you’re thinking of traveling to see family members who may be considered at-risk, it’s probably better to avoid making the trip. Even if your plans include traveling to a family-friendly resort and having a mini-holiday, it’s still vital to consider the risks before booking your travel.

If you do choose to travel, first check travel restrictions. Some states require a quarantine period, especially if you’re coming from a high-risk area. Get your flu shot before you travel, and wear a mask in all public settings, when using public transportation, and around people you don’t live with. Keep a six-foot distance from others, and wash and sanitize your hands often.

Virtual celebration tips

For those who choose to stay home and reduce the risk of transmission, you can still celebrate the holidays with your immediate household and have virtual celebrations with loved ones who live far away. You can get together virtually through Zoom, but ensure you have the right equipment to make the most out of your virtual get-togethers.

One item that will improve your video calls is a new laptop or tablet. You can get great deals on both tablets and laptops online from a number of different manufacturers, so do your research before buying. Another great product is a webcam, which can make your video chat feed much clearer for the rest of the family.

If you have a big family, it might make more sense to use a projector so all your family members can see friends and family easily while chatting. Along with allowing you to view your family and friends on the big screen, a projector will be great for family movie nights. Be sure to read reviews, study project features, and learn about the various resolution options before buying.

Holiday survival tips

In the absence of gatherings, people are getting really creative this holiday season. Thanksgiving is usually a time for families and friends to cook together, and some are planning to do so online. From learning how to make your mom’s favorite stuffing to getting the turkey just right, you can video chat with your friends and family throughout your meal prep. It’s the next best thing to being in person, and it will likely be more fun than you expect.

While it may be difficult to imagine celebrating Christmas without your extended family, you can still exchange gifts by shipping presents to one another and agreeing to open them together via video chat when the time comes. If you’re buying gifts for kids in your life, some of the hottest holiday toys will be available online at heavy discounts, so do your research before you buy.

In a year filled with difficulty and uncertainty, managing the risk of COVID-19 through the holidays may feel challenging. If you’re traveling, be sure to wear your mask in public settings and quarantine yourself as necessary. If you’re staying home, make use of video chats to spend time with your family online. It might not be the same as you’re used to, but it will help keep your family safe during the dangerous pandemic season.

Are you looking for a winter getaway? Check out Tahiti Village’s vacation packages for great family fun in the sun! Contact (855) 386-4658 to book.

What's open in Vegas

Your Guide To What Is Open In Vegas!

Your Guide To What Is Open In Vegas!

Are you unsure what to expect on your next trip to Vegas? Is everything you love about Vegas still open? We got you covered with, what is open as of July 28, 2020. Please note this is an ever developing situation and the below can and most likely change. The list is just meant to be used as a guide. We strongly encourage you to check directly with the attraction, restaurant or casino for the most up to date opening protocols. Vegas is still here waiting for you! Las Vegas


Being entertained is the name of the game in Vegas. People are always looking for something to ‘Wow’ them, laugh with, or capture their attention. During this pandemic, Vegas is striving to give you the same level of amusement that you have grown to expect.


  • The Mob Museum encourages people to buy tickets ahead of time and has limited entry for visitors.
  • The Neon Museum encourages people to buy tickets ahead of time and has limited entry for visitors.
  • Kenny Davidsen’s Celebrity Piano Bar at the Tuscany Hotel and Casino, there is fitted plexiglass that will separate the audience from the stage. Shows start at 8:45 PM on Friday’s.
  • Big Elvis is back at Harrah’s . Performing Thursday through Saturday at 2, 3:30 and 5 PM and it’s free!
  • The High Roller at the Linq Promenade is open with a limit of 10 people per cabin for social distancing.
  • Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood is partly re-opened with limited hours (11 AM to 7 PM)
  • Topgolf at MGM Grand
  • The Bellagio Fountains are dancing once again.
  • Minus5 Ice Experience located on a skywalk linking Luxor and Mandalay Bay is open.
  • Luxor’s and Mandalay Bay’s Shoppes are open, including Luxor’s HyperX Esports Arena.
  • Shark Reef Aquarium
  • Fly Linq Zip Line
  • The Eiffel Tower
  • Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat



Vegas CasinosThe dice are rolling once again at some of your favorite gambling spots.  Your health and safety are the top priority at the casinos, all have been equipped with Plexiglass screens, increase sanitation protocols, social distancing and have strict enforcement of wearing masks on the casino floor at all times.

Please know that when they are open (times, days of the week, unexpected closures, etc.) could change rapidly so we encourage you to go to their website for more detailed information!



  • The Strat- AKA the Stratosphere
  • Sahara
  • Circus Circus
  • Treasure Island
  • The Venetian
  • Harrah’s
  • Caesars Palace
  • Bellagio
  • The Cosmopolitan
  • MGM Grand
  • New York-New York
  • Tuscany Suites and Casino
  • Excalibur
  • Plaza Hotel and Casino
  • Paris
  • Westgate
  • Aria
  • Mandalay Bay
  • Bally’s
  • Golden Nugget Las Vegas
  • Luxor



We all look forward to good food and Las Vegas has no shortage of restaurants that have just that! Famous Chefs such as Gordon Ramsay and Bobby Flay have places here and then there are hidden gems like Secret Pizza inside the Cosmopolitan that make the choices absolutely endless! Here are a few examples of what is open currently (please visit their website for reservations and open times).

  • Hash House A Go Go
  • Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen and Bar
  • Restaurant Guy Savoy
  • Oscar’s Steakhouse
  • Wolfgang Punk’s Spago
  • Elio at Wynn
  • The Buffet at Wynn
  • Gordon Ramsay Steak
  • Diablo’s Catina
  • Catch at Aria
  • Jean Georges Steakhouse
  • Salt and Ivy
  • Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen
  • Gordon Ramsay Pub and Grill
  • Mesa Grill by Bobby Flay


Please know that for more information on anything mentioned above, our Concierge staff is always available to help you in any way they can! Especially when it comes to making reservations at some of these wonderful places to eat, they will be able to assist you and your family make that happen.

We are so excited to see you and your loved one’s back in Vegas for more memorable vacations and experiences!

We hope to see you soon!

Enjoy a fulfilling (and a full feeling) Thanksgiving at 17˚ South Booze & Bites!

There’s a lot to be thankful for on Thanksgiving: friends, family, good health – but especially turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing and pumpkin pie!

If you’re staying with us at Tahiti Village on Thanksgiving Day and looking for a turkey dinner with all the fixings, join us from 4-10 p.m. (or until quantities last) at 17˚ South Booze & Bites. Our onsite restaurant is serving slow roasted turkey breast, mashed potatoes and gravy, house made sage stuffing, roasted sweet potatoes, roasted seasonal vegetables, and two kinds of pie (pecan and of course pumpkin!).

This dine-in only feast can be all yours for only $21.99 per person! We’ll also be showing all the games on our nine widescreen TVs. Don’t miss a minute of the action while you enjoy a delicious home-cooked meal. We wish you all a happy and filling Thanksgiving!

Help our very own Magic Man, the incredible Seth Grabel, win “Best of Las Vegas.” Vote him Best Family Friendly Show!

Vote Seth Grabel the Best Family Friendly Show in this year's "Best of Las Vegas" contest.
Vote Seth Grabel the Best Family Friendly Show in this year’s “Best of Las Vegas” contest.

We are proud to announce that our very own Monday Night Magician, the amazing Seth Grabel, is a Review-Journal 2018 “Best of Las Vegas” nominee. Please show your support by clicking on the link, going to the Entertainment category and voting The Magic of Seth Grabel Best Family Friendly Show.

If you’ve seen him here at Tahiti Village, you know Seth makes a special connection with all visitors but especially our younger guests, whom he often invites on stage and amazes with his mindboggling magic. Need more convincing to vote for Seth for Best Family Friendly Show? Read a recent review on Seth’s TripAdvisor page from a very satisfied guest:

“Staying at Tahiti Village and saw the show with my husband and twin 14 y/o daughters. We all loved it! Great family show for kids of all ages. There was lots of audience participation – he was engaging and funny and I would definitely go and see him again! He even signed a deck of cards for my daughter after the show!”

Seth and Tahiti Village thank you for your vote. Don’t forget to hit submit!

Meet drag racer Terry McMillen tomorrow at Tahiti Village!

Top Fuel winner Terry McMillan holds his son Cameron after winning his first ever event title after 195 events Sunday October 29, 2017 at the NHRA Toyota Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)
Top Fuel winner Terry McMillen holds his son, Cameron, after winning his first ever event title after 195 events Sunday, October 29, 2017, at the NHRA Toyota Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

We invite you to meet Terry McMillen beneath the porte cochere of the main lobby building from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Wednesday as the NHRA drag racer makes the first of his two yearly appearances at Tahiti Village. You can talk to and pose for pictures with Terry, marvel at (and maybe sit inside of) his awesome 8,000-horsepower Amalie Oil dragster, and enjoy free popcorn. We are proud to host Terry McMillen and his crew during the NHRA Nationals at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway every spring and fall. Good luck, Terry!

Carved pumpkin in front of the Welcome to Las Vegas sign.

When It Comes to Halloween, Vegas Knows What It’s Doing

Las Vegas has its fair share of interesting characters; even more so during October’s Halloween season. Fall is a wonderful time to visit Sin City because the temperatures have become milder and tourist season has started to subside. However, visitors from all over still head to Las Vegas during this time of the year to take part in the Halloween events in Las Vegas that pop up around the city. For a night of fun (or fright), Sin City has you covered across the spectrum with things to do.

Freakling Bros. Trilogy of Terror

Scary terrors for the brave abound at all three Freakling Bros haunted houses. Choose from Coven of 13, Castle Vampyre, Gates of Hell, or get admission to all three, if you dare. Each interactive experience follows its own theme and is sure to elicit plenty of screams. If you think the haunted house experience is a breeze, test yourself at The Victim Experience, suited for only the most extreme of thrill seekers. Reading the rules is required before signing up for this one-of-a-kind haunt because it’s definitely not a Halloween attraction for the faint of heart.

Haunted Harvest at Springs Preserve

For a more family-friendly haunt, Haunted Harvest provides an evening of fun for all ages with carnival games, a petting zoo, a “haunted” train, and hay maze among its various activities. There are also plenty of treats to keep the kids satisfied and costumes are encouraged by everyone in attendance. Out of all the Halloween events in Las Vegas, this specific one runs for three weekends starting on Friday, October 13th and running through Sunday, October 29th from 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM.

Fright Dome at Circus Circus

Prepare for a little bit of everything at Fright Dome at Circus Circus, now celebrating its 15th year anniversary. This Halloween-themed event is more than just a haunted house but rather a full experience complete with scare zones, live shows, and other scary areas inviting you to enter at your own risk. Tickets are on sale now through October 31st. Fright Dome covers 250,000 square-feet of space with six haunted houses, four scare zones, 4D theaters, and rides. Find out what the fright is all about here.

People dressed up as zombies for Halloween.

McKee Ranch Pumpkin Patch

Switching gears, another option suitable for all ages is a visit to the McKee Ranch. There is a petting zoo with goats, donkeys, horses, bunnies, and chickens. There are also hayrides and other pumpkin and fall themed events for the kids to enjoy. There is a $20 requested donation per family for a day full of fun. Pack a picnic lunch or dine out of the onsite food truck. And of course, leave time to pick out the perfect pumpkin.

Fear the Walking Dead Survival

Fans of the Fear the Walking Dead show or zombie fanatics, in general, can seek out this newest thrill adventure located at the Fremont Street Experience. There is an escape room, maze, and other multisensory features to this zombie outbreak attraction. The experience opened over the summer and isn’t limited to only Halloween, but is still a great way to celebrate the holiday. Following your trip through zombieland, make your way down Fremont Street and check out the ongoing activity always happening in downtown Las Vegas.

Fun Costume Ideas and Snacks for Halloween

If your idea of a good Halloween time is less about where you go and more about what you wear, there is an endless number of costumes to choose from. Elvis is a popular costume regardless of the time of year but other popular choices include superheroes, mummies, ghosts, and family-themed costumes like The Addams Family or the Flintstones. Get creative and host your own party right in the comfort of your own Tahiti Village suite, which come equipped with a kitchen and dining area. Easy food ideas include:

  1. Mummy Hot Dogs – Simply wrap readymade dough “mummy-style” around a hot dog and bake.
  2. Bones ‘n’ Blood – Use store bought breadstick dough, cut the end of each strip, and roll down to create the bone shape.After baking, use marinara for dipping for a fun and spooky snack.
  3. Dirt ‘n’ Worms – This easy dessert has always been a party favorite and is well-suited for Halloween. Create layers in a glass, alternating between chocolate pudding and crushed Oreos as the “dirt.” Top with gummy worms and plastic spiders and you have a creepy, sweet treat.

You can also serve a buffet-style of finger foods and decorate the table with festive decor in orange and black for a fairly inexpensive cost. The ways you can celebrate Halloween in Las Vegas is only limited by your time and imagination. There is plenty to do but also see when it comes to fall in the city. Enjoy exploring Las Vegas during this extra festive time of the year!

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The Most Die Hard NFL Fan Bases [INFOGRAPHIC]

Which NFL team has the most die-hard fans? We set out to discover the squads with the most loyal followers. Using criteria of the tangible and intangible variety, a panel set out to determine which teams have the most loyal supporters and the least number of band wagon fans. Metrics included average home game attendance, season ticket waiting lists, pre-season attendance, number of sellout games, turnout in losing seasons, crowd noise, merchandise sales, team value, and social following.

Did your home team make the list? Here’s a look at The Most Die-Hard NFL Fan Bases.

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How Well Do You Know Vegas? [Quiz]

Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas! Almost everybody knows of the famous Sin City in the desert, but how well do you really know Las Vegas? Whether you’re a tourist, local, or planning your first trip to the area, this quiz will sharpen your education about the the wonderful world of Vegas. Find out how much you really know about Las Vegas, and test your friends on their knowledge about this magical city in the desert.