Get localized on your next Vegas Vacation to Tahiti Village!

Las Vegas is famous for being famous. Visited by 42 million people a year, it is a magnet for adrenaline fiends drawn to its 24/7 excitement, games of chance, possibilities of unexpected and instantaneous wealth, Cirque du spectaculars, scintillating shopping and five-star restaurants helmed by celebrity chefs.

Mermaid and music mark the unofficial start of summer at Tahiti Village

Mermaid At Tahiti Village Pool Las VegasLast week’s return of CaySea the Mermaid and Acoustics and Ale to the tropical beach pool marked a welcome early start to summer here at family friendly Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’s tropical resort paradise. CaySea will entertain kids of all ages every Saturday from 1-2 p.m. Acoustics and Ale, featuring beer and a revolving cast of acoustic musicians, is every Thursday from 4-7 p.m.

Mermaid CaySea

CaySea, wholesome spawn of an unlikely union, made a big splash with Tahiti Village guests last summer, and we are thrilled to have her back this year. Although her origins were unknown and her motives unclear when she arrived unexpectedly at our pool gate last May, asking to be let in, CaySea’s charm and beauty cast a mesmerizing spell on our pool staff – and they had no choice but to acquiesce.

Once inside, she cut through the water like a born descendent of Poseidon, her speckled tail undulating like a piston, and she made a beeline for a group of children frolicking in the shallows near the sandy beach bottom entry. They immediately clustered around her and were instantly captivated by this most unusual creature. CaySea read them “tales” from her mermaid book and engaged in playful games featuring colorful plastic eggs.

To quote Mermaid CaySea herself, it was a “fin-tastic” fun time for all – and will be again!

Acoustics and Ale

When you think about great things that go great together, listening to music and quaffing a cold one has to be high up on anyone’s list. Add to that pairing a peaceful poolside setting and you get Acoustics and Ale, our weekly music and beer mixer featuring an array of eclectic (though not electric) musicians from Nick Mattera Productions. If you haven’t tried a Sierra Nevada Beer yet, be sure to grab one from the Sandbox Bar. You’ll understand why one of the first craft brewers in the nation is still going stronger than ever as you relax poolside listening to great acoustic sounds.

Make sure you don’t miss CaySea or Acoustics and Ale this summer. Book a visit to Tahiti Village!

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Plan a summer visit to Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ family friendly resort. We’ve got you covered!

With Las Vegas temperatures on the rise as winter gives way to spring and spring to summer, activity at family friendly Tahiti Village has started to stir in anticipation of the hot months ahead. Pool bars are beginning to reopen; the aquatics staff is reassembling en masse for another sizzling summer season at our tropical beach pool and Las Vegas’ largest lazy river; and everyone is counting the days till Memorial Day weekend, when our annual Summer Sunday Luau returns for another three months of dazzling entertainment and authentic, island-style cuisine.

The luau has been a popular summer event at Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ premier Tahitian-inspired resort, for the last 10 years. A 7 p.m. start time means the temperature is still well over 100 degrees, and the sun is still bearing down on hundreds of uncovered heads. This year, we’re upping the comfort quotient for attendees with the installation of a two-piece tent cover that will stretch the length and width of the Island Courtyard.

The project is slated to begin shortly, and we hope to have it completed in time for the first luau of 2019 in late May. Check back here for updates. You’ll have it made in the shade!

Also in the works but yet to be officially confirmed is a biweekly summer music festival. Tentatively earmarked for Friday or Saturday night inside the Island Courtyard, the festival will feature a different performer or group for your listening pleasure. We’re told the festival is a virtual certainty if the tent project is completed in time.

One event we can confirm is our Food Truck Frenzy on April 20 in and around the Island Courtyard. You’ll enjoy an array of tempting choices from popular local food trucks and a selection of spirits from a variety of liquid joy dispensers.

For a wonderful family friendly experience in Las Vegas, book a summer visit to Tahiti Village!

Family friendly Tahiti Village welcomes big changes to the Las Vegas Strip

Out with the old, in with the new is an unspoken mantra of Las Vegas, whose idea of ancient history is the previous New Year’s Eve. Reinventing itself on the fly is a Vegas specialty. As a fleshy mecca for visitors who expect the latest and greatest, who require a fresh rush of adrenaline every visit (IV optional), Las Vegas is obligated to blow up the status quo and replace it with not only something new but something novel, something unexpected, something un-quo.

The world famous Strip, a modest 4.5-mile stretch of road through which 42 million visitors pass annually, is usually the epicenter of these changes, and this year is no different. Through the graces of Thrillist, an online site that comprehensively covers the Las Vegas entertainment and dining scene, and the footwork of writer Rob Kachelriess, a tireless teller of truths, we at family friendly Tahiti Village bring you nine good reasons to visit Las Vegas in 2019.  For the 21 reasons Thrillist proposes, please click here.  

 

Fuerza Bruta — an immersive dance party and art show — will kick off a long run at Excalibur

It’s about time they did something new and exciting at the Excalibur. Fuerza Bruta opens on March 7 for a six-month run at the resort — or more accurately, outside the resort in a high-tech tent near Las Vegas Boulevard. The audience is actually on stage — in the middle of the action — while the show unfolds around them. It’s an immersive experience with performers hanging overhead, swimming above the crowd in what appears to be a pool, and doing whatever it takes to give you a ridiculously inventive and interactive stage spectacle. Fuerza Bruta got its start in Buenos Aires and has been seen by millions in more than 50 destinations around the world, including a nine-year run in New York.

 

Kind Heaven will feature Asian cultures and cuisines at the LINQ

Lollapalooza founder and Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell is one of the names behind Kind Heaven, a two-storey celebration of Asian culture that’s opening at The LINQ in November. A lot of mystery surrounds the project, although a few details are starting to leak out. The experience — geared toward families during the day and adults at night — will be a multisensory journey through the music, art, and cuisine of Southeast Asia. Different environments will be recreated throughout the 100,000-square-foot venue, from back alleys and train stations to temples and garden sanctuaries. In the quest for true enlightenment, Kind Heaven will be a cashless society with items paid for with cryptocurrency loaded onto wearable technology.

 

The mysterious Area 15 will bring art, sci-fi and nightlife under one roof

Area15 is promising a little bit of everything — art, music, retail, restaurants, bars, nightlife and corporate event space — all in one immersive package. The massive 126,000-square-foot structure is under construction near Interstate 15 and Desert Inn. Little is known about exactly who and what will be inside, but Meow Wolf is confirmed as the anchor tenant. The New Mexico-based art collective funded by George R.R. Martin gained fame for bold, interactive installations, including the intriguing House of Eternal Return exhibit space.

 

Jimmy Kimmel will bring a comedy club to the Linq

Comedy clubs tend to be small and intimate, but Jimmy Kimmel is aiming to turn that perception around — at least a little bit. The talk show host and Vegas native is opening Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club at The LINQ in partnership with Caesars Entertainment. The two-story venue will host nightly shows, featuring both up-and-coming acts and national headliners with a showroom for up to 300 people. There will also be drinks, food, and live music. Kimmel plans to be hands-on with every detail, promising a club that’s ideal for both the performers and the audience.

 

 

Raiders stadium will get bigger and bigger

The new NFL stadium for the Raiders won’t be ready until 2020, but it’s already starting to dramatically reshape the Las Vegas skyline. You can even watch the progress live on an online camera. If that’s not enough, you can also throw $100 toward a deposit on season tickets — although that deposit only secures the chance to buy tickets and doesn’t actually guarantee the tickets themselves. Confused? Don’t worry about it. Just think of 2019 as the calm before the storm, when all you have to do is enjoy the spectacle of a 65,000-seat football stadium being built from the ground up.

 

Lisa Vanderpump will open a lounge at Caesars

Lisa Vanderpump has done so well as a restaurateur in Los Angeles, it’s almost a shame her image is permanently lumped in with the “I’m angry and you need to apologize” plotlines that dominate the Real Housewives series on Bravo. But fame is a two-way street, and Vamperpump’s high-profile has helped Villa Blanca, SUR, Pump, and Tom Tom find an audience in the fickle LA market. The brand is expanding to Vegas in 2019 with Vanderpump Cocktail Garden at Caesars Palace. The venue combines an indoor lounge with an outdoor tree-lined patio that’s more suited for a quiet night of drinks and small bites than boozy outbursts or flipping tables over. The menu promises craft cocktails and a long vino list, including Vanderpump’s own line of wine and Sangria. The only question is — how often will reality show crews show up with lights and cameras to break the mood?

 

The British will invade thanks to some must-see musicians

Know who Robbie Williams is? If you were around in the ’90s, you might recognize this song or that song, but that’s pretty much it in the States. However, the dude is a stadium-level megastar in England, which is why fans in his home country are booking flights to Vegas for the rare chance to see him in a relatively small theater at the Wynn. The shows have been in such high demand, three July dates were added after the initial run of shows in March quickly sold out.

Las Vegas will be a busy place for music fans in the new year. Other brand new residencies in 2019 include Billy Idol “Las Vegas 2019” and Lady Antebellum “Our Kind of Vegas” at the Pearl Theater at the Palms, Britney Spears “Domination” (helping to round out the winter season) and Aerosmith “Deuces are Wild” at the Park Theater inside the Park MGM, John Fogerty “My 50 Year Trip” at the Encore Theater at Wynn, and James Taylor at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.

 

The Wynn Golf Course will return

Remember last year when we told you about Paradise Park at the Wynn? The project was going to gut the resort’s longtime golf course to clear way for a massive lagoon surrounded by attractions, including a new hotel tower and convention center. A lot has changed since then. CEO Steve Wynn was forced out of his own company in a #MeToo scandal and the expansion was dramatically downgraded. The new convention center is still a go. The lagoon — not so much. So the golf course, which closed last year, isn’t going away after all. As it turns out, people who spend money at golf courses also spend money at casinos. So original designer Tom Fazio is being brought back to give the course a fresh new look. Time will tell, but perhaps the reversal in direction will be for the better, like when Wynn revamped its paid parking policy to a validation system. As for a new hotel tower, Wynn has plans for a parcel of land — tentatively dubbed “Wynn West” — on the opposite side of Las Vegas Boulevard, but construction on that is still a few years away.

 

Criss Angel will debut a new high-tech show

After wrapping up his long-running show at the Luxor, Criss Angel is now down the street at Planet Hollywood, taking over a theater that’s been quiet for far too long. This isn’t just a change of venue. The new “Mindfreak” production will have more than 75 illusions with at least 20 all-new effects. The whole thing will be a spectacle on an elevated scale, making full use of the latest technology, including 3D digital mapping, an immersive sound system with 150 speakers, and a surface area loaded with 500 million pixels worth of video screens. After a short preview run, “Mindfreak” will have a more splashy grand opening in mid-January.

Book a stay at Tahiti Village, a family friendly, island-themed vacation ownership property on the south end of the world famous Las Vegas Strip.

Tahiti Village earns RCI Gold Crown Resort® designation

Family friendly Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ tropical resort retreat, is delighted to announce our designation as an RCI Gold Crown Resort for 2019. Only a select number of RCI-affiliated resorts meet RCI’s requirements for recognition and have earned the RCI Gold Crown Resort award. These resorts have attained high levels of excellence in resort accommodations, hospitality and member experience ratings as measured by RCI over the previous 12-month period.

“Setting a standard worthy of an RCI Gold Crown Resort property designation is something we put into practice daily in every area of our organization,” said Chris Breed, Soleil Management Vice President of Nevada operations. “That we’ve been recognized by RCI exchange members for providing excellent accommodations and customer service is a great honor. Continuing to maintain that standard is a great challenge and one we happily accept.”

RCI’s Resort Recognition Program helps ensure that  RCI-affiliated resorts adhere to RCI’s standards for quality in accommodations, hospitality and member experience.

Achieving RCI Gold Crown Resort status is dependent almost exclusively on RCI member feedback through post-departure surveys. RCI visitors are asked to rate their experience on a 1 to 5 scale in the following areas:

Check-in/checkout
Resort hospitality
Resort maintenance
Unit housekeeping
Unit maintenance

The fact we’ve been able to consistently earn high marks is testament to our team’s pride and work ethic, and we sincerely thank them for their efforts in helping us achieve this honor.

About RCI

RCI is the worldwide leader in vacation exchange with more than 4,000 affiliated resorts in approximately 100 countries. RCI pioneered the concept of vacation exchange in 1974, offering members increased flexibility and versatility with their vacation ownership experience. Today, through RCI® Weeks, the traditional week-for-week exchange system, and RCI Points®, the industry’s first global points-based exchange system, RCI provides flexible vacation options to its approximately 3.7 million RCI subscribing members each year.

 

How to have a romantic Valentine’s in Las Vegas!

Of all the indentured adjectives forced into descriptive servitude for Las Vegas, romantic isn’t among those that come naturally to mind. It’s only with the imminent arrival of that arrow-shooting cherub that the romantically challenged among us are reminded of our yearly Valentine’s Day obligations.

This of course results in a dash to the nearest internet device and a subsequent Google search for “romantic things to do in Las Vegas.” Well who knew there were so many? This place is romantic up the ying yang, so if you’re lucky enough to be in a happy and fulfilling relationship, your task isn’t to find a way to spend the evening under Cupid’s coercion but to narrow the choices.

Don’t worry – you don’t have to move a mouse. We’ve gleaned the contents of page after page after page of lovey-dovey suggestions for your convenience. Only the choicest have made it to this article. The rest is now up to you. Pick and choose your favorites or select all 10 if you’re compulsively ambitious or in the wild throes of fresh love.

And here they are!

MAHANA SPA AT TAHITI VILLAGE

What’s the next best thing to massaging each other? Getting massaged together by someone else.  Enjoy a 50-minute couples’ hot stone massage at Mahana Spa, located on the grounds of Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ very own family friendly, tropical resort paradise.  Contact the spa for pricing and to make a reservation. You’ll be in very good hands.

 

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Massage for two at Mahana Spa!

VENETIAN GONDOLA RIDE

You don’t have to go all the way to Venice to experience a romantic gondola ride. Just head over to The Venetian Hotel, flag down an authentically-garbed gondolier and behold the city of canals Vegas style. That’s amore!

BELLAGIO FOUNTAINS

Rome may be the city of fountains, but how many of them dance like the Bellagio’s? We ask this rhetorically, as a way to elevate the latter’s reputation at the expense of the former and whet your appetite to see this spectacular free water show. This is Vegas, where even fountains are elevated to the level of performance art.

WATCH THE PLANES LAND

Locals know that an invitation to go watch the planes land is a propositional euphemism. If you’re the literal type and actually like watching planes land, there is a place you can go. The north-facing Eastern Avenue parking lot on the south side of McCarran International Airport gives you an unimpeded view of the big airliners bringing in the precious cargo so vital to the Las Vegas economy.  There’s nothing saying you can’t break open a bottle of bubbly and steal a kiss. Or, you know, whatever.

THE HIGH ROLLER

Las Vegas never runs out of ways to spin a wheel, but until the opening last year of The High Roller, you could never take one for a ride. The world’s tallest Ferris wheel at 550 feet, The High Roller offers spectacular 360-degree views of the Strip and Las Vegas valley– especially at night. Just say “I will.”

LAS VEGAS STRIP HELICOPTER TOUR

If you’d prefer to see Vegas from a bird’s eye view, take the City Lights helicopter tour over the Strip and downtown. It takes just 20 minutes – all the time you’ll need to pop the question. Like, where are we eating?

PARIS HOTEL EIFFEL TOWER RESTAURANT

What would Valentine’s be without a romantic dinner? And what’s more romantic than Paris? If you can’t afford a quick trip to the City of Light, Las Vegas comes to the rescue once again. Just book a reservation at the Paris Hotel’s Eiffel Tower restaurant and you’ll not only get a wonderful view of the Strip but the aforementioned Bellagio fountains as well. Request condescending waiters to complete this delightfully authentic French dining experience.

LAKE MEAD DINNER CRUISE

Take the Lake Mead dinner cruise while you can. If western drought conditions persist much longer, it’s possible the lake will be bone dry by 2020. Until then, all aboard! Just remember: Don’t go swimming after eating.

LOVE CLOUD

As anyone who has ever tried it could probably attest, attaining membership in the Mile High Club comes with certain risks, namely discovery, embarrassment and arrest. We suppose that’s part of the appeal. So what if you’re risk-averse but would still like to get in on the action? Book a flight with Love Cloud. This Las Vegas company not only encourages the practice of midair amore; it also provides the plane. Talk about the friendly skies.

GET MARRIED

Planning on getting married in Las Vegas? You’ll need bureaucratic approval. Waiting for a wedding license at the Clark County Marriage License Bureau may not seem romantic, but if the line is long enough, it may give you enough time to reconsider your decision to spend the rest of your life with the hottie you met at Hakkasan three hours ago.

Try one or more of these and you’ll be in silk pajamas listening to Barry White before the night is through.

Plan a Las Vegas vacation in time for National Plan for Vacation Day!

Jan. 29, 2019, marks the first National Plan for Vacation Day, an idea that encourages Americans to plan their vacations early in the year and take them throughout the next 365 days. The Day is a leisure industry response to a curious trend that has seen Americans forego their vacation days, in many cases out of guilt, to work more often. In a nation of laborers who wear their work ethic like a badge of honor, vacations are well deserved but not often taken.

national vacation day project time offGet this:

Did you know 662 million vacation days went unused by American workers last year?

Were you aware approximately 55 percent of Americans do not use their vacation time in a given year?

Can you believe 60 percent of millennials and 40 percent of people 35 and older actually feel guilty for using their vacation time?

Don’t be a statistic.

Plan a vacation at Tahiti Village in Las Vegas by Jan. 29, 2019, and you’ll receive 15 percent off your stay.* Our guests enjoy spacious, condo-style accommodations with wonderful amenities and numerous onsite attractions, including a relaxing lazy river, sand-entry beach pool and two 24-hour hot tubs!

Plan a visit today to Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ family friendly, tropical resort retreat!

To receive your 15 percent off stay, please click on the above plan a visit link, scroll to the bottom and enter Discount Code NPV19 in the dropdown.

*Minimum two-night stay required. Check availability.

Discover another side to Vegas: the Arts District!

As a frequent visitor to Tahiti Village, Las Vegas’ family-friendly, tropical resort retreat, you are well acquainted with the fabulous Strip, the Fremont Street Experience, five-star restaurants helmed by celebrity chefs, world class shopping and nonstop entertainment.

While these enticing attractions understandably keep you coming back year after year, there is another side to Las Vegas worth getting to know – a side where indie galleries, bars, restaurants, performance spaces and shops (both boutique and antique) coexist in clusters, strewn over an 18-block landscape nestled between the Strip and downtown.

Called the Las Vegas Arts District (and alternately 18b in reference to its 18 blocks), it is bordered on four sides by Casino Center, Main Street, Western Avenue and Bonneville. Outlined on a map the road contours form a misshapen square, as if pulled in different directions by a hyperactive kiddo on a Ritalin lapse. Charleston bisects the district nearly in half, creating split entities that are in fact blood kin, born of a desire to create immersive, personalized experiences that reject the sterile, big box-fast food culture endemic to the suburbs.

The best way to inhabit the Las Vegas Arts District is on foot. Walking allows you to soak in the urban vibe (and inhale the exhaust fumes from passing vehicles), browse the inviting shops at your leisure, and sate your thirst or appetite at one of the bars, brewpubs and restaurants dotting the redeveloped Main Street and the surrounding area.

 

GALLERIES

Art galleries are everywhere in the Las Vegas Arts District. Odd, quirky and classical works in all mediums are available for purchase and will help their creators, many of them living on the margins, make more.

ANTIQUES

You can’t stroll down Main Street in the Arts District without encountering an antiques store. You never know what mid-century treasure or Vegas casino artifact you’ll find among the rows and rows of ephemera once belonging to now-wrinkled antiques themselves.

 

DINING

Cooking is an art. Eating is a pleasure. In the Las Vegas Arts District, you’ll enjoy a variety of ethnic cuisines and creative culinary creations befitting the sensibilities of the area.

Lola’s

Mingo Kitchen

Jammyland

D E Thai Kitchen

Esther’s Kitchen

Cornish Pasty Co.

BARS

In the Las Vegas Arts District, it’s all about the accoutrements of alcohol consumption. Best exemplifying this ethos is ReBar, a combination cocktail lounge-antiques shop where everything in the place is for sale. Leave the soulless gaming bars to the hypnotized button pushers on the outskirts. Here, it’s all about creative cocktailing and communing with likeminded imbibers.

 

Jammyland

Velveteen Rabbit

Artifice

Mingo Kitchen & Lounge

BEER

Visitors with sophisticated beer palates can rejoice in the knowledge that there is not one, not two, but three craft beer establishments in the Arts District (with a fourth on the way!).

Hop Nuts Brewing

Nevada Taste Site

Three Sheets

COFFEE

What’s an arts district without a couple of cafes? Get your caffeine fix here and here.

PERFORMING ARTS

Challenging and provocative productions compulsively performed by the players of the Cockroach Theatre and Majestic Repertory Theatre companies are always worth the affordable admission price.

 

The cultural hub of the Las Vegas Arts District, consisting of the Arts Factory, Art Square, Union House and 1st & Main, Downtown Las Vegas Arts describes itself as “the geographic and creative center of the 18b Las Vegas Arts District where artists represent a broad range of contemporary and traditional styles, media, and interests. In addition to our commercial activities, our creative community provides an artistic lifeline and facility for many educational functions, events, and community group meetings. We also provide a unique cultural venue for musical concerts, poetry readings, and live theatrical performances. Our portion of the Arts District also includes new developments on 1st & Main Street and the old Mission Linen Building.”

 

FIRST FRIDAY

It isn’t hyperbole to say the Las Vegas Arts District owes its existence, in part, to First Friday. Founded in 2002 by Cindy Funkhouser, First Friday began as an informal collective of artists selling their wares outside The Funk House, Cindy’s antiques and collectibles store at the intersection of Casino Center and Colorado Avenue, a hard-scrabble area near Charleston and Main Street.

Musicians and food vendors were also part of the equation that began attracting locals to a part of town that, for most, was an area better driven through on the way to somewhere else. The event quickly achieved must-attend status and, in the ensuing years, has fanned out from its little corner and seeped into the entire district.

As you may imagine, First Friday is the most lucrative night of the month for the area’s restaurants, shops and galleries, many of which take in more profit on this one night than they do the rest of the month. If a portion of your Vegas visit in the coming year lands on a first Friday of the month, it is worth your time to attend and see another side of the city that goes mostly unnoticed by tourists.

MISCELLANEOUS

 

The Burlesque Hall of Fame is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit museum with a mission to preserve, celebrate, and inspire the art of burlesque.

Ninja Karaoke

Six thousand square feet devoted to private karaoke rooms, bar and lounge space, and an outdoor patio.

Treehouse Las Vegas

When it opens in its nearly 12,000-square foot space on Main Street, the two-story Treehouse Las Vegas will have a small speakeasy near the front entrance, a main 300-seat dining room with a DJ booth, another bar to the rear of the first floor and a separate video poker lounge.

Upstairs will be open to the floor below and include more dining space and another small lounge and bar area. The ground floor pool will also act as a day club, surrounded by cabanas and trees.

EPILOGUE

The entire area puts to rest the notion of Las Vegas as a cultural wasteland. You just have to know where to find the goods.

Nobody does New Year’s Eve like Las Vegas and Tahiti Village!

New Year’s Eve in a place like Las Vegas would seem almost beside the point if the city itself weren’t a testament to excess. Not enough neon? Hey, let’s set off some sky explosion! Like July 4th, New Year’s Eve brings out our redundant, over-the-top best, with a spectacular fireworks display closing the curtain on another year.

So how do you distinguish New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas from any other night? Not easily. We are a city for which New Year’s revelry is a daily occurrence in spirit if not fact, so in order to meet the expectations of 300,000 or so visitors hoping for an even greater adrenaline rush, we are obligated to up our game – if that’s possible.

Well guess what? It is! There are an abundance of New Year’s Eve festivities in Las Vegas, highlighted by an eight-minute midnight fireworks display above the Strip that is being touted as the largest anywhere in the country. If you’re staying at Tahiti Village over the holiday and looking for something to do on NYE, we invite you to attend our annual New Year’s Eve party.

We’re ringing in 2019 with a Rat Pack-themed celebration that evokes the classic days of Las Vegas when Frank, Dean and Sammy ruled the Strip like royalty. Join us Dec. 31 in our Sky View lounge for a wonderful New Year’s Eve bash featuring Rat Pack-style cocktails, music and decorations and a spectacular view of the midnight fireworks. We’ll also have enticing hors d’oeuvres, an open bar, dancing, a photo booth and party favors. One lucky guest will go home with a bottle of Sinatra Select Whiskey from Jack Daniel’s.

Our Sky View lounge, on the 10th floor of Tower 5, offers a magnificent, unimpeded view of the fireworks display from the Strip, which this year is touted as the nation’s largest. You’ll enjoy a complimentary champagne toast at midnight as we ring in 2019. The Tahiti Village New Year’s Eve party is one of the best bargains in Las Vegas, with tickets priced at $105 in advance and $125 at the door. To purchase, please see the concierge in the main lobby or call (702) 440-6915. We hope to see you here and wish you all a healthy, happy, and prosperous 2019!

How to plan your time off and boost your happiness

If you overlook your vacation time at Tahiti Village, you won't be able to overlook our beautiful tropical beach pool!
If you overlook your vacation time at Tahiti Village, how will you overlook our beautiful tropical beach pool?

Research proves that Americans who take time to plan how they will use their vacation time in the year ahead are happier than those who do not. Simply having something to look forward to – like a trip to Tahiti Village! – improves your happiness. But nearly half of American households fail to take the simple step of planning their time off, a step that can be made much easier by having a timeshare.

Here are some simple steps from our friends at Vacation Better to make sure that you don’t make the mistake of not using all of your vacation time:

First, confirm your paid time off benefits. Don’t take someone else’s word for it, confirm what you have available by asking your manager or HR director. After this is accomplished, the next important step is to review your calendar for the year to see when you could actually take a vacation.

Now, the fun part: this is where your dreams and goals come in. What are you going to cross off your bucket list this year? Where have you been wanting to travel? What are you dying to try? You don’t necessarily need to know what you’ll do with every vacation day—just plan the days off now. Getting it on the calendar is what matters most.

Finally, it is time to talk with your boss and colleagues about your plans to take time off. But don’t be anxious: nearly all senior business leaders believe vacation time benefits their employees – and the company.

It’s time to stop feeling guilty about trying to take a vacation each year and remember there are many health and wellness benefits that come along with an annual vacation. You work hard all year, you deserve to have some well-earned, time off. With a timeshare you are ensuring that you take a vacation each year since it is already prepaid!

Call 1-800-775-8463 to book your Tahiti Village visit!