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Tahiti Village is a luxury five-star resort on the Las Vegas Strip. This timeshare resort is over one million square feet with buildings ranging from five to eight stories.
Tahiti Village offers one- and two-bedroom timeshare accommodations complete with a kitchenette or full-size kitchen, sleeper sofa in the living area, two televisions, and a DVD player. All suites are designed with rich woods, granite, ceramic tile, soft carpet, and plantation-style furniture.
Amenities at this 27-acre master planned resort includes pools, a hot tub, whirlpools, a lazy river, sand volleyball courts, a golf putting green, a reflecting pool with shade cabanas, and 24-hour restaurant. Not to be forgotten is the 3-story, 42,000 square foot hotel-style lobby and sales center building with 24-hour check-in, a full service concierge, owners' lounge, and a sundries gift shop.
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7200 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
- Babysitting Referral
- BBQ Area
- Handicap Accessible Units
- Health Club
- Laundry Room
- Outdoor Pool
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Car Rental (1 mile)
- Drug Store (3 miles)
- Grocery Store (1.5 miles)
- Horseback Riding (3.5 miles)
- Live Entertainment
- Medical Facilities (4.5 miles)
- Movie Theater (3 miles)
- Restaurant (0.2 miles)
- Shopping Area (0.5 miles)
- Video Rentals (3 miles)
- User: johnh1013
- Posted: Dec 24, 2014
We are owners at Tahiti Village. We spent a week in a Bora Bora one bedroom and one bath, overlooking the lazy river and the Strip Skyline. Between the resort and the lights of the strip is McCarran Airport. The activity is not a nuisance, rather an enjoyment of all the activity. The flights are non-existence at night.
We enjoyed the updating of the lobby area and the great color scheme. The addition of the new restaurant and bar in the lobby area proves to have been a nice choice, much more convenient. Updating is scheduled to begin in 2015 starting with tower one. We understand new furnishings and carpets will be added. While on property Eddie in the Exchange Department offered two different classes to assist owners with news at Tahiti Village and using exchanges in the timeshare world. He did a fine job.
Our stay was very enjoyable and our unit was very comfortable. The kitchen was well supplied with stove, oven, microwave and full size refrigerator. Sleep comfort was perfect. We enjoyed having two climate controls, one for the living area and the other for the bedroom.
Weather was cool for the week in the mid to low 50’s. The pool and lazy river were nicely heated and many guests enjoyed the water activities.
- User: deanh70
- Posted: May 30, 2011
- User: jared43
- Posted: Sep 5, 2008
- Updated: Jan 3, 2011
- User: davidk209
- Posted: Jun 30, 2009
First of all, I wish I could give this place 3.5 Stars in lieu of 4. Just return from here 06/13 to 06/20/09. Be aware that during the time of our stay Consolidated resorts laid off 900 sales staff members and any expansion of this property is on hold until market conditions improve. How will this affect the level of service from this point forward I am not sure. It did cut down on the volume of people doing the presentations that others have complained about so, in that sense, an improvement was noticed.
The resort is nice, the room was clean, our 9 and 5 yr old loved the lazy river. It just seemd to be a bit of a mob scene. But I guess thats Vegas in general.
One other person noted the lack of internet service which I was fine with because I just use my phone for that. What got me was the 20th century room charge system. It is not computerized at all. First you have to give a $300 deposit to be able to room charge. And then it's done the old fashion way whereby they fill out a 3 part slip of paper by hand and then you sign. No place on the form to leave a tip either.Plus you have to carry this hand filled out card and a photo ID to do the room charge. HASSLE... For me this sucked. I never take cash or credit/debit cards to the pool area. But here it's practically a must. I think it's killing their sales too. You have to make it easy for people to spend thier money or the won't. There are no servers and the poolside food selection is minimul but reasonably priced.
I don't do any grilling while on holiday but did notice that the grilling area (5 grills) was almost always busy from lunch time through 8-9 pm. They are cleaned daily.
The shuttle service to and from the strip was very reliable and often the buses are beyond full. But it's FREE.
The pool / lazy river are clean and loaded with chlorine. Given the volume of people in them and the fact that chlorine burns off quickly in hot sunny areas it's probably required.
Next trip to Vegas I will probably just stay in a Hotel. Heck you can get a room a the Trump or Paris for around a $100 a night this time of year.
- User: josephd167
- Posted: Dec 10, 2008
We spent a week at Tahiti Village during the 3rd week in Sept 08. We absolutely loved it ! Beautiful pool, grounds and rooms. The Bora Bora room is very spacious. Our guest found the sleep out sofa to be very comfortable.
Unfortunately, the lazy river was not yet completed due to construction delays. The time was very relaxing. Continental breakfast in the morning or across the driveway for Denny's. Be careful, fancy pool side drinks were very expensive, but you got to keep the glass. Enjoyed the pool aerobics classes. It would be nice if they had some music playing on the grounds.
Spent the entire time there without a car. Utilized the shuttle service at every chance. Keep in mind that the shuttle only runs until 11pm during the week and 1 am on the weekends, after that it is usually a taxi ride that cost an avg of $20 from the strip.
The staff is very friendly but not totally informative regarding the local bus services or restaurants and deals in the area. Looking forward to our next trip where we expect more construction to be completed.
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