Summer will be here before you know it. At Tahiti Village that means our activities schedule will heat up with an abundance of fun things to do in or near the water, including our popular luau starting May 5. We have already gotten a jump on the season with our popular Dive-In Movie, which we recently reintroduced. It will run through summer (and perhaps into fall, weather permitting).
Summer is by far our busiest season, and we want you to enjoy your time with us safely and to the fullest. To that end you will see an increased staff presence effective April 1 at the entrances to our main pool and Lazy River. In the past we have experienced incursions of guests from other properties who wish to experience the unique features of our aquatic areas. We ask that you remember to always bring your room key with you to the pool and Lazy River.
The extra staff will also be better able to enforce our existing rule prohibiting the transportation of outside food, beverages and coolers into the pool area and Lazy River. We are bound by Nevada Administrative Code 444.288, which forbids food or drinks in public bathing or swimming facilities except in areas that have been approved by the health department. Recently the Clark County Health Department has stepped up its enforcement of this code, imposing stiff fines on properties found in violation.
The exception to this code is food and beverages prepared and served by the host facility, in our case Tahiti Joe’s, our licensed onsite restaurant and tiki bar. We are happy to announce an expansion of our food and beverage options from Tahiti Joe’s will be available for purchase and can be enjoyed poolside or at the Lazy River.
We are looking forward to a great and safe summer season at Tahiti Village and can’t wait to see you! We think our focus on the existing safety policies will ensure you have the best possible time during your stay.