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Tahiti Village is a 27 acre master planned resort located right on the famed Las Vegas Boulevard. This Tahitian themed resort includes 3 multi-unit residential towers surrounding a lushly landscaped courtyard. The heart of Tahitian themed resort is the beautiful main pool area, complete with a lagoon style pool, with sand-beach entry, a lazy river, a cascading waterfall, wet decks for lounging, hot tub and other onsite amenities.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Pool and wellness facilitiesEnjoy recreation amenities such as an outdoor pool or take in the view from a garden. Additional features at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, a communal living room, and tour
Wish you were here!
Reviewed 29 november, 2021
2 miles away from the strip, thus resort located in a very convenient yet quiet area, next to the big outlet, easy to go anywhere in vegas. Plus the resort provides shuttle every half an hr, has shops n restaurant inside, heated pool etc. unit size is big, very clean and comfortable room.
Horrible experience from day 1
Reviewed 27 november, 2021
I am not bashing this establishment. This review is based on real experience as it happened. Day 1 - Check in was supposed to be at 4 PM. We waited until 6:45 PM as we were told they were understaffed and the firing desk sternly told us we need to wait as check in is between 4 to 6 PM. The bedding has blood stains for both the bed and the sofa bed. It was really gross. There were no utensils in the unit so we have to go out and buy our own. The linen also showed some stains and I am assuming it is blood due to the color. The smell of cigarette reeked in the hallway. They gave us $75 for the trouble. Timeshare presentation - I can’t believe they wanted $11,200+ for timeshare membership at this hellhole. The guy selling was very rude when I refused to buy and pretty much told me to get lost. Night 3 - people were running and yelling in the hallway from 1 am to 3 am. Can’t believe that these people claim they are the best family resort in Las Vegas. (You can always be who you say you are) Night 4 - someone smoked week and our room smelled like weed. I complained to the front desk and was told they can’t do anything about it. Security showed up and checked our room and looked at our belongings to see if we were the one actually smoking the substance. So far, this experience has been a nightmare and I can’t wait to go back home. Giving this place a 1 star is an overstatement. I wish they would offer a refund for the horrible experience that my family went through. Overall, I wouldn’t recommend this to my worst enemy. They deserve better. Pizza was good though. That’s the only positive thing.
Reviewed 23 november, 2021
I have stayed here a lot of times, but this time was different. The dryer was so loud you couldn’t hear anything else, no one could get the key to work correctly on the door (8 tries throughout 6 days!), The concierge desk manager was rude as heck and not helpful at all. The carpet in the room was creased and we kept tripping over it. Construction crew was very considerate and even moved their ladder and held a door open for me when I was carrying a ton of stuff. If only everyone could be that way. Mask rule not enforced here whatsoever. This is not the Tahiti Village I’m used to.
November 2021 Tahiti Village Las Vegas
Reviewed 23 november, 2021
I spent 7 nights at Tahiti Village 12-19 Nov 2021. The resort is conveniently located near the airport, rental car companies, and although a short drive from the excitement of "The Strip" you are still on the strip. The pool area was well kept, supplies well stocked, clean, and pleasant to spend time at. The rooms and common areas were not well kept or follow the published policies. For example because of COVID they were not supplying any dishes or silverware for guest use. They would supply paper and plastic products instead. They did not supply paper products. My room 2201A had 4 plates, 3 bowls, 4 coffee mugs, no silverware. Rooms were not cleaned due to COVID. Trash was placed in the hallways. The trash in the hallways may sit there for an extended period of time depending on the schedule of the housekeeping staff. I had the same trash can (emptied thankfully) outside my room for 5 of the 7 days of my stay. It wasn't my trash can. On Tuesday morning I went to the front desk and asked if clean towels could be delivered (I only had 2 bath towels and 2 hand towels, no washcloths). They said "sure right away. Do you mind if housekeeping enters your room." I said "no they are welcome to enter if I'm not there." 6 hours later I requested clean towels again. Bottom line, I never got clean towels, until I picked some off a housekeeping cart. The pool and outside areas are well maintained beginning at 7AM with leaf blowers and power washers. The rest of the facility needs some updating from the hole in wall which was poorly patched to the laminate peeling off the back of the bedroom door. For the price I could live with it all, but not somewhere I'm likely to book again.
Reviewed 19 november, 2021
Tahiti village goes far to accommodate its guests. Guests you meet are happy and friendly given rise to the great facility and amenities (like shuttle service to Aria, and grocery shopping; pools, on-site dining...). Friendly and helpful staff enhances your stay with concierge delights and being within a 10 min walk to the outlet mall is definitely a perk.