Labor Day weekend marks the unofficial end of summer in Las Vegas (if not the sunshine and triple digit temperatures). Predictably, more than 300,000 people are expected in town to wring every last drop of fun out of the remaining days of summer.
Las Vegas being Las Vegas, they will have no shortage of opportunities to live it up one last time before the hot months give way to fall and football. Labor Day weekend visitors to Tahiti Resort Las Vegas, an island-themed property just minutes from the world famous Strip, are encouraged to enjoy the numerous pool parties and nightlife opportunities that mark the last three-day weekend of the year.
Tahiti brings a touch of the South Pacific to Las Vegas. Just three miles from the famous Strip, Tahiti is a tropical oasis in the desert. A thatch porte cochere is the centerpiece of the resort’s entrance, while tropical landscaping and decorations complete the theme. Guest suites offer uncommon space, convenience and privacy. Tahiti also offers two 24-hour pools, a 24-hour hot tub, a putting green and complimentary shuttle service to the Las Vegas Strip.
Don’t miss the fun!