Vote Tahiti Village the Best of Las Vegas!

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The Best of Las Vegas is now accepting votesTahiti Village Resort 2019 Best of Las Vegas for your 2019 favorites, and family friendly Tahiti Village is vying for the top spot. Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ number one tropical resort, is hoping to win your vote in the following Hotel/Casino categories:

Best family friendly resort
Best Strip hotel pool
Best spa
Best concierge service
Best lobby
Best hotel rooms/suites

If you have ever visited Tahiti Village, situated on 20 lush acres at the south end of the world famous Strip, we think you’ll agree we are legitimate contenders for the Best of Las Vegas.

REASONS WHY 

We are a popular resort destination for families from all over the world who enjoy our nonsmoking, non-gaming environment and appreciate the numerous kid friendly activities.

Once here, they flock to our refreshing aquatic attractions, which include the city’s longest lazy river and a tropical pool featuring a beach-style entry that encourages hours of sand castle-making fun. Tahiti Village is also one of the few Las Vegas resorts whose pool and lazy river are open year-round.

Recently remodeled, our three-story lobby building is an inviting space for guests to relax with an enticing snack and a specialty coffee drink from the Village Café. The lobby sports a fresh, modern appearance and includes colorful chairs and comfy couches, tables to put your stuff on and decorative space dividers.

Across from check-in you’ll find our helpful and knowledgeable concierges. As certified Las Vegas experts, they are happy to answer all your questions and point you in the right direction.

Be sure to ask for directions to Tower 5, where you’ll find our Mahana Spa. Tucked away in an intimate setting on the ninth floor, Mahana Spa is a relaxing sanctuary where worries and stress melt away. Our boutique spa offers a variety of services in beautifully appointed, candle-lit treatment rooms.

Tahiti Village Mahana Spa 2019 Best of Las Vegas

Lastly, our spacious one- and two-bedroom guest rooms exemplify what the Best of Las Vegas is all about. Ranging from 650 square feet to more than 1,500 square feet, our condo-style accommodations come with numerous convenient amenities, including full kitchens, steam showers and jetted tubs in select units.

We thank you for your consideration and invite you to book a visit to Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ favorite tropical resort.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_btn title=”VOTE NOW” style=”flat” shape=”square” color=”primary” size=”lg” align=”center” link=”url:https%3A%2F%2Fwww.research.net%2Fr%2FTahitiVillage|title:VOTE%20NOW|target:%20_blank”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

17˚ South earns TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence!

TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 17 South Booze & Bites Tahiti Village Resort Las Vegas

We are pleased to announce 17˚ South Booze & Bites, the onsite bar and restaurant at family friendly Tahiti Village in Las Vegas, has earned the prestigious TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. The award is given to only the most exceptional performers and top ratings earners in TripAdvisor’s global business community. According to TripAdvisor ratings, 17˚ South is ranked in the top 25 percent of more than 4,000 Las Vegas restaurants.

“It’s a great feeling,” said Nader Mossavi, 17˚ South’s Food and Beverage Manager. “It lets us know we are meeting the high standards we set for ourselves and consistently providing excellent customer service.”

“This is a great honor,” said Jason Diaz, 17˚ South’s Executive Chef. “It is a reflection on the efforts of the entire team, and I couldn’t be more proud.”

We would like to thank all our owners and guests who contributed positive reviews to TripAdvisor on our behalf, helping us earn a customer satisfaction rating of 4 out of 5. You can be sure we’ll work just as diligently to earn another TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence next year. It has been our pleasure to serve you!

Book your visit to Tahiti Village and enjoy great food and drink at 17˚ South Booze & Bites!

July 4th comes to Las Vegas!

 

You have a lot of options if you’re staying at family friendly Tahiti Village over the Fourth of July holiday and looking for a place to watch the celebratory fireworks. The night sky will alight with colorful explosions all over Las Vegas, from the nearby Strip to the far reaches of the valley. For an unobstructed vantage point of Fourth of July fireworks in the city, be sure to head up to our 10th floor Sky View lounge in Tower 5.  It’s the best view in the city! Click here for a comprehensive list of Las Vegas fireworks locations as we celebrate the Fourth of July at Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ favorite tropical resort!

July 4th at Tahiti Village!

Day and night, family friendly Tahiti Village Resort is the place to be for a great July 4th holiday in Las Vegas. We’re serving up a batch of entertaining activities in and around our tropical beach pool, where you can beat the heat from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.  You’ll enjoy a disc jockey for the first part of the day, live music for the second, a face painter and a movie on the beach!

Our resident DJ will play your favorite tunes from noon to 4 p.m., after which guitarist Nick Mattera takes over for his popular acoustic set from 4 to 7 p.m. Befitting the holiday, get your face painted in stars and strips or the design of your own making from noon to 5 p.m.

Come nightfall, we’re showing a movie by the sand, the appropriately titled “Sandlot.” You’ll of course want to watch the spectacular fireworks display from the Strip, so be sure to head up to our 10th floor Sky View lounge. It’s the best view in the city!

Book your July 4th visit to Las Vegas’ favorite tropical resort, Tahiti Village!

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Tahiti Village now has two drinks to call our own!

Tahiti Village Resort Las Vegas official drinksA delicious new drink made from a secret Bacardi recipe and an old favorite reimagined by our bar staff have become the official drinks of Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ favorite tropical resort. Just in time for your summer imbibing pleasure, we are pleased to introduce the subtly sweet Tahitian Sunset and the zingy zesty Tahitian Mary.

TAHITIAN SUNSET

Our partnership with Bacardi has resulted in a drink that captures the tropical essence of Tahiti Village. When you order the Tahitian Sunset, you’re essentially getting Tahiti Village in a glass. Featuring refreshing Bacardi Lime rum and a mix of proprietary ingredients, the Tahitian Sunset is the perfect drink to enjoy by the pool, at the lazy river, on your balcony – or anywhere!

TAHITIAN MARY

Five years in the making and overflowing with 10 delectable ingredients, the Tahitian Mary – our over-the-top take on the popular Bloody Mary – is more than a match for any Vegas hangover. Garnished with jalapeño peppers pickled in-house and flavored with homemade Bloody Mary mix, the Tahitian Mary will have you feeling like your old self in no time.

The brainchild of our intrepid bar staff at 17˚ South Booze & Bites, the Tahitian Mary is the T-Rex of its species. In addition to the aforementioned jalapeños, it contains house vodka, green olives, lime and lemon wedges, bread and butter pickles, a celery stick, tajin and – as a telling testament to its exquisite excess – bacon! How we manage to get it all in the stylishly salted glass is beyond us.

With its ample spice notes, the Tahitian Mary isn’t a cocktail you would necessarily expect to find at tropical Tahiti Village. All we know is this: you’ll be happy you did!

Be sure to try the Tahitian Sunset or the Tahitian Mary on your next visit to Tahiti Village. Or better yet, both!

Tahiti Village Resort Las Vegas official drinks

Go take pictures of Las Vegas’ nearby scenic attractions

Today, June 15, is Nature Photography Day in America the Beautiful. If you enjoy a good road trip and taking photos of natural scenic wonders, it is easy to indulge your passions on your visit to Las Vegas and Tahiti Village Resort. In accordance with Nature Photography Day, we thought now would be a good time to reveal our Top 5 favorite destinations. All of them offer breathtaking vistas and wonderful photo opportunities. Best of all, they’re just a short drive from family friendly Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ number one tropical resort.

RED ROCK CANYON (NEVADA)
20 MILES FROM TAHITI VILLAGE

Visited by more than two million people each year, the Red Rock Canyon Conservation Area showcases a set of red sandstone peaks and walls called the Keystone Thrust. The walls are up to 3,000 feet high, making them popular hiking and climbing destination. The 13-mile scenic loop provides vehicle access to many of the features in the area and offers breathtaking views of the rock formations. A visitor center is located at the start of the loop road inside the park.

Home to some of the best rock climbing in the world

Rich eco system

Has host of petroglyphs throughout park

$7 per car to get in

Abundant wildlife

Open from sunup to sundown

Most trails are well marked

DEATH VALLEY (CALIFORNIA)
142 MILES FROM TAHITI VILLAGE

Located about three hours’ driving time from Las Vegas is the deceptively named Death Valley, an area teeming with locals, tourists and wildlife. Here you’ll discover Furnace Creek, the perfect spot to stop for a bite to eat before heading on to landmarks like Zabriskie Point and Stovetop Wells. Be careful when traveling during the summer; temperatures in Death Valley are known to reach 130 degrees!

Below sea level

A great place to visit is Scotty’s Castle

An organization coordinates a desert marathon in the summer

Lots of fault lines throughout the park

Lots of wildlife

Telescope Peak is one of the highest points in the park

Lowest being Bad Water Basin

Close to no shade throughout park (if needed be sure to bring your own)

Very easy to get lost; a large part of park is considered off grid and does not have cell service; GPS does not work in many areas

There is a path that you can drive through and see some of the sights without getting out of your car

ANGELS LANDING AT ZION NATIONAL PARK (UTAH)
165 MILES FROM TAHITI VILLAGE

Angels Landing is one of the world’s most renowned hikes, and is an unforgettable short adventure hike worthy of all bucket lists. The views of Zion Canyon’s 270 million-year-old rock layers will time travel you back to the Triassic period when this section of the Colorado Plateau was a flat basin at sea level. Anyone in average physical condition can make this heavenward trek, but it can be mentally challenging with its steep switchbacks and sheer drop-offs. There are chains bolted into the cliff to provide secure handholds. People who have a severe fear of heights should not attempt the final stretch, but they can enjoy the trail all the way to Scout Lookout.

Three-hour drive from Las Vegas

Home to some of the largest sandstone walls in the world

Park provides transportation to main/remote areas in the main canyon

East side has rock tunnels that were created by the Conservation Corps in the 1920s and `30s

A great spot to visit on the way up is Oscar’s Café & Restaurant

Dogs are allowed on only one trail (Pyrus Trail)

Observation point is about an eight-mile hike

Less busy in winter

Famous for a hike called the Narrows

Home to some of the busiest and best “Big Wall” and “Canyonier” climbing areas

GRAND CANYON (ARIZONA)
275 MILES FROM TAHITI VILLAGE

One famous landmark you won’t want to miss while on vacation in Las Vegas is the Grand Canyon. Located about four hours from the city is the Grand Canyon Skywalk, where you can get a breathtaking view of the area that you’ll never forget. You can even ride a donkey or hike deep into one of the most unforgettable natural landscapes in the entire world.

One of the 8 Wonders of the World

One of oldest geological sites

There is a hotel at the bottom of the canyon called Phantom Ranch

The Conservation Corps made abundant improvements throughout the canyon to make the sights more accessible

John Wesley Powell was the first person to navigate and tap the waters of the Grand Canyon

Has become one of the most valued water resources since its acquisition

MONUMENT VALLEY (ARIZONA-UTAH BORDER)
401 MILES FROM TAHITI VILLAGE

Monument Valley, a red-sand desert region on the Arizona-Utah border, is known for the towering sandstone buttes of Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. The park, a frequent filming location for Western movies, is accessed by the looping 17-mile Valley Drive. The famous, steeply sloped Mittens buttes can be viewed from the road or from overlooks such as John Ford’s Point.

Not a national park and on a Navajo Reservation

Scenery filled with those of the iconic southwest settings

Located on the Colorado Plateau

Has a museum on top of a hill named Goulding’s Trading Post Museum

A great place for sunrise and sunset photos

Visitors may drive through an unpaved road right up to some of the sights

 

Tahiti Village Summer Survival Guide

Summer at Tahiti Village Resort in Las Vegas promises three months of fun and sun for the entire family. To make your stay that much nicer, we have created a Summer Survival Guide that offers helpful tips, guidance and information. We know tips, guidance and information probably aren’t high on your summer reading list, so instead of making you wade through dry text in a forbidding paragraph, we turned them  into stimulating works of graphic art. Visual aids are known to aid in memory retention. After you’ve familiarized yourself with the contents below, we think you’ll be more than ready to survive the summer at family friendly Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ tropical resort paradise. We look forward to seeing you!

Tahiti Village Las Vegas Summer Survival Guide wear flip flops

 

Tahiti Village Las Vegas Summer Survival Guide don't leave cooking food unattended

 

Tahiti Village Las Vegas Summer Survival Guide towel refresh

 

Tahiti Village Las Vegas Summer Survival Guide thunderstorms

 

Tahiti Village Las Vegas Summer Survival Guide rainy day drink specials 17 South

 

Tahiti Village Las Vegas Summer Survival Guide Friday magic and cookies

 

Tahiti Village Las Vegas Summer Survival Guide Hawaiian shave ice

 

Tahiti Village Las Vegas Summer Survival Guide swim diapers

Tahiti Village Memorial Day weekend activities promise much fun

The conclusion to a busy spring here at family friendly Tahiti Village Resort culminates this weekend in a host of refreshing activities, including the resumption of our popular Summer Luau! To get you in the right frame of mind for the upcoming summer season, we’re presenting a pack of poolside fun all day Saturday and Sunday.

Poolside Activities

Tahiti Village Memorial Day weekend activitiesWe kick things off at noon on Saturday with our disc jockey, the Tahiti Village Sandman. He will play your favorite tunes throughout the afternoon as you enjoy an hour with Mermaid CaySea, two hours of pool games and three hours face of painting. At 4 p.m. he makes way for Tahiti Village favorite Nick Mattera, who will treat you to three hours of live acoustic music prior to Movie Night at 8 p.m. The fun resumes on Sunday with music bingo from 1-3 p.m., followed by Nick from 4-7 p.m. and Movie Night at 8 p.m.

Sunday Summer Luau

Sunday night, May 26, our weekly Summer Luau returns to the Island Courtyard for another scintillating season of great food and entertainment Don’t miss this treat for the senses as our Hot Lava singers, dancers and musicians thrill, delight and whisk you away to a tropical paradise right here in the desert.

Their island offerings include a mix of fun Polynesian songs and hula dances with audience participation. Things really heat up when a master fire twirler hits the stage. You’ll be on the edge of your seat!

Join us at Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ tropical resort retreat, every Sunday all summer long for wonderful entertainment and a delicious Tahitian buffet. Chef Jason has prepared a rotating menu of island-inspired cuisine that will keep your taste buds guessing every week.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with dinner beginning at 7 p.m. The show will follow shortly after. Leis provided are provided at the door and go great with tropical shirts.

For current pricing and to reserve your tickets, please call (702) 440-6915 or visit the concierge desk in the Tahiti Village main lobby.

Book your stay today!

Tahiti Village Summer Sunday Luau Las Vegas

Summer Luau Returns!

Las Vegas’ Summer Luau Returns to Tahiti Village

Our signature summer event, the weekly Sunday Luau, is back for another scintillating season. Las Vegas’ longest running luau begins Memorial Day Sunday, May 26, and runs all summer long through Labor Day at family friendly Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ favorite tropical resort.

Don’t miss this invigorating treat for the senses. Our Hot Lava singers, dancers and musicians will thrill, delight and whisk you away to a tropical paradise right here in the desert. Their island offerings include a mix of fun Polynesian songs and hula dances with audience participation. Things really heat up when a master fire twirler hits the stage. You’ll be on the edge of your seat!

Join us at Tahiti Village every Sunday all summer long in our beautiful Island Courtyard for wonderful entertainment and a delicious Tahitian buffet. Chef Jason has prepared a rotating menu of island-inspired cuisine that will keep your taste buds guessing.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with dinner beginning at 7 p.m. The show will follow shortly after. Leis provided are provided at the door and look great with tropical shirts.

For current VIP and general admission pricing and to reserve your tickets, please call the concierge at (702) 440-6915 or visit the concierge desk in the Tahiti Village main lobby. Book a summer visit today!