The Tahiti Village Resort is a splendid resort tucked away on 27 acres of lush green property at South Las Vegas Boulevard – just north of Las Vegas South Premium Outlets.
As the name suggests, the resort boasts a Tahitian theme with relaxation at every corner of the resort.
Tahiti Village Resort, Rooms, Suites, Pool & Lazy River, Spa, Las Vegas
For guests looking for a serene getaway while remaining close to the Strip, this resort is a great choice. It is also a child-friendly destination with space for the whole family. Some of the suites available include the ‘Moorea,’ ‘Bora Bora,’ and ‘Royal Tahitian.”
The Moorea suite is the smallest of the three suite types, offering the benefits of a thoughtful kitchenette and a mini-fridge. The other two suites feature a fully-equipped kitchen and stackable laundry, so you never have to worry about preparing meals and handling laundry. Vacation packages are also available at Tahiti Village Resort for guests who would like to personalize their stay. The packages also allow guests to make the most of their stay in Vegas.
Some of the resort amenities include the Mahana Spa, the Wiki Wiki Store, as well as the equipped fitness center. The Mahana Spa is the place to relax, revive, and rejuvenate the body and soul, thanks to the wide range of available therapeutic treatments.
Stop by at the fitness center to get in your daily workout session before heading out to the Wiki Wiki Store to stock up on convenient items. The store also features a Village Café section, so that you can enjoy meals on the go, alongside an assortment of frozen foods, snacks, and beverages.
Dining at Tahiti Village is an exciting part of staying at the resort, whether you are looking for a quick meal after a long day of adventures in the outdoors, or simply want to fuel up before partying in the city. Check out 17 Degrees South Booze & Bites for an array of delicious meals and the best of casual dining.
Tahiti Village Resort is a tropical-inspired oasis that is well suited for great vacations!
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