Visit Tahiti Village in Las Vegas for a Polynesian Themed Vacation

Tahiti Village will give you and your family a great vacation with a Polynesian feeling, without the price tag of flying to the South Pacific. Located on the famous Las Vegas Strip, this resort is a wonderful tropical inspired oasis in the middle of the Nevada dessert. This Tahitian themed, 27 acre, resort includes 5 residential towers surrounding a lushly landscaped courtyard. Sand awaits you at the volleyball courts and entry to the main pool, where you might even find kids building a few sand castles. The Lazy River offers fun for all ages as you float around a winding lagoon style path in a giant inner tube. Be sure to splash under the waterfall as you pass around. Other amenities include: hot tubs, whirlpools, a golf putting green, a reflecting pool with shaded cabanas and an activity center. You can workout in the fully equipped fitness center, enjoy the sauna, or relax with a massage at Mahana Spa.

Try Tahiti Joe's Restaurant for a themed, family dining and experience some authentic Tahitian cuisine. The menu includes mouthwatering appetizers, satisfying salads and sandwiches, a build-your-own pizza option, and Polynesian-inspired entrees and decadent desserts. Even the kids will find some menu items sure to please. The Tiki Lounge is right next door and offers with limited gaming for adults. From the massive carved Tiki gods to the bamboo accents and Tiki lights you’ll feel transported to the tropics.

This brand new resort offers modern furnishings designed for your comfort and convenience. Enjoy fully equipped kitchens with cooking utensils and a complete supply of all bedding and linens on hand -- everything you need to make for a relaxed and enjoyable vacation with all the comforts of home you expect in a timeshare.

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  1. Anonymous Says:

    Could never afford a vacation in French Polynesia - but it looks like I could still go to Tahiti!

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