If you’re looking for a comfortable, quieter place to stay in Las Vegas that’s off the strip, check out Tahiti Village Resort & Spa. The resort is gorgeous and relaxing, and just a quick ride (approximately 3 miles) from the heart of the strip.
Tahiti Village Resort & Spa is a 20 acre peaceful, island-inspired retreat with 876 suites divided among 3 towers. The grounds show no signs of being in the Las Vegas desert, instead, you are surrounded by lush greens, a beautiful zero entry beach pool, and relaxing lazy river. The kids will have a blast making sand castles while you catch some rays. Not to mention there’s a heated lazy river to enjoy on Vegas’ cool nights.
All opinions are my own and may differ from yours. I won a free week stay at the resort. No compensation was received for this candid review.
Tahiti Village Resort & Spa Review
Tahiti Village offers three room styles including the Moorea, Bora Bora, and Royal Tahitian. Our room accommodations were in the Moorea, the smallest of the rooms offering a king bed in a private bedroom, queen sofa bed in the living room, and kitchenette with granite counter tops, microwave, mini fridge, and coffee maker.
The bed was very comfortable and the suite was spacious. It offered a flat screen television in the bedroom and living room.
The Bora Bora style suite is a spacious 971 sq feet and offers a king bed in a private bedroom, queen sofa bed in the living room, full kitchen with large refrigerator, dishwasher, stove & oven, microwave, stackable washer & dryer, and granite countertops. The bathroom has double vanities, jetted tub, and steam shower. It also offers a balcony. The Royal Tahitian is the Moorea and Bora Bora combined, offering one large suite that sleeps 8.
The lobby is inviting and always has someone available to assist you at the concierge or front desk. The concierge can offer you discounted rates on many of the shows on the strip and I highly recommend using your hotel for assistance versus other places on the strip. The resort has a Denny’s and Tahiti Joe’s restaurant on site. Tahiti Joe’s has a full bar and even offers pool-side service.
One of our favorite hotel amenities is the shuttle service. It offers round-trip service to the Las Vegas Strip, as well as scheduled trips to the grocery store, and Fremont Street (downtown Las Vegas). The service is included with your stay and saves you a ton of money in taxi or car services. When on the strip, I recommend purchasing a monorail pass. It is an inexpensive and convenient way to get around as the strip is 3.9-miles. We loved using the monorail!
The grounds also include a large bbq area with plenty of seating and multiple hot tubs, one is even adult only. There’s a convenience store, meeting rooms, 24-hour fitness center, gaming center, and very large lounging area on the top floor of Tower 5 where you can get an amazing view of all of Las Vegas, plus it offers free wi-fi.
One area we felt lacked luster was the Mahana Spa. The spa was a very small room with just 2 private rooms for services. They only offer massages, facials, and waxing options. I would love to see them make this space more tranquil and relaxing like the rest of the resort and offer nail services for guests.
Overall, we were impressed with Tahiti Village Resort & Spa and felt it was the perfect place to unwind after many full days and nights on the Las Vegas Strip. If you’re looking for a quieter place near the Vegas strip, or a family-friendly atmosphere, we recommend booking your stay here.
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