Tahiti Village

★★★☆☆
  • 7200 South Las Vegas Boulevard

    Las Vegas, NV 89119

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  • 702-440-6800

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Hours
Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm, 4pm-7pm, 10pm-2am, Sun-Thu: 11am-10pm, 4pm-7pm, 10pm-2am

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I know, I know, it is not on the strip. It is 2 entire miles from Mandalay Bay or the start of the action and you will not care. Tahiti Village is an island oasis in a concrete city. It is a place of refuge from the crowded casinos. The

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I know, I know, it is not on the strip. It is 2 entire miles from Mandalay Bay or the start of the action and you will not care. Tahiti Village is an island oasis in a concrete city. It is a place of refuge from the crowded casinos. The

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Was one who was suckered into the Tahiti tour. It lasted approximately 3 1/2 hrs. The sales person was very nice but when we decided not to purchase the attitude turned into disgrace. To the point that our salesperson(Patience) who wasn't began to slouch and began showing body language as if she wanted to go home. Thanks for the fun experience. We felt as if we were no longer welcomed to the point that they scurried us out the back stair way like a herd of cattle.

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★☆☆☆☆

Was one who was suckered into the Tahiti tour. It lasted approximately 3 1/2 hrs. The sales person was very nice but when we decided not to purchase the attitude turned into disgrace. To the point that our salesperson(Patience) who wasn't began to slouch and began showing body language as if she wanted to go home. Thanks for the fun experience. We felt as if we were no longer welcomed to the point that they scurried us out the back stair way like a herd of cattle.

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This hotel is very different from the other hotels on the Strip, but that is a good thing! This hotel is Tahiti themed and doesn't have a casino in it. It is also on the southern end of the Strip, and not in the center. The hotel had a shuttle that went into the center every 30 min. and it takes around 5 min. to get to the center. The hotel had a pool, a fitness room and the rooms were nice and had a small kitchen area. I would recommend this hotel for families because it is quiet, new and away from all the casinos.

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★★★★☆

This hotel is very different from the other hotels on the Strip, but that is a good thing! This hotel is Tahiti themed and doesn't have a casino in it. It is also on the southern end of the Strip, and not in the center. The hotel had a shuttle that went into the center every 30 min. and it takes around 5 min. to get to the center. The hotel had a pool, a fitness room and the rooms were nice and had a small kitchen area. I would recommend this hotel for families because it is quiet, new and away from all the casinos.

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you will find this place just by walking on the strip... yes the salesmen will find you asking if you want to sit in a 1 hour timeshare and they will give you all kinds of gifts... what they don??t tell you is the 1 hour doesn??t start until after the pick you and every other sucker up and drive you way off the strip to a room far far away... 4 hours later you can finally get on with your vacation... stay away.

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★☆☆☆☆

you will find this place just by walking on the strip... yes the salesmen will find you asking if you want to sit in a 1 hour timeshare and they will give you all kinds of gifts... what they don??t tell you is the 1 hour doesn??t start until after the pick you and every other sucker up and drive you way off the strip to a room far far away... 4 hours later you can finally get on with your vacation... stay away.

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My husband and I went on this tour a few years ago. We got the free 2 night stay in a hotel on the strip. They picked us up in a van and took us to Tahiti Village. They showed us the grounds. The man who was conducting the tour was rather rude when he made a comment about a lady's hat she was wearing. The apartment they showed us was very small. Then, when we got back to the room they ushered us into and we sat down at a table, the salesman was very "hard sell" and pushy, trying to get us to commit to spending a lot of money on the "apartment". If I remember correctly, we would only get to stay at this apartment for one week or maybe two weeks out of the year and we certainly didn't think spending that kind of money was worth it at all. Once we were adamant and it was clear we were not going to buy, they became very rude, cold and hustled us into the van ASAP. They were really ticked off that we didn't buy. Basically, we calculated that the amount that we would have had to pay, we could have stayed at one of the nicer hotels in Vegas for the same amount of time. To us, it was NOT worth it.

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★★☆☆☆

My husband and I went on this tour a few years ago. We got the free 2 night stay in a hotel on the strip. They picked us up in a van and took us to Tahiti Village. They showed us the grounds. The man who was conducting the tour was rather rude when he made a comment about a lady's hat she was wearing. The apartment they showed us was very small. Then, when we got back to the room they ushered us into and we sat down at a table, the salesman was very "hard sell" and pushy, trying to get us to commit to spending a lot of money on the "apartment". If I remember correctly, we would only get to stay at this apartment for one week or maybe two weeks out of the year and we certainly didn't think spending that kind of money was worth it at all. Once we were adamant and it was clear we were not going to buy, they became very rude, cold and hustled us into the van ASAP. They were really ticked off that we didn't buy. Basically, we calculated that the amount that we would have had to pay, we could have stayed at one of the nicer hotels in Vegas for the same amount of time. To us, it was NOT worth it.

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The Euro-Asian cuisine at this Tahiti Village restaurant includes Blue Lagoon crab rangoons---wontons stuffed with crab meat, cream cheese and green onions---served with sweet Thai chili sauce; huli huli chicken marinated in ginger and soy…

 

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