Treat Your Mother to a Visit in Paradise!


-Shop Til You Drop

Head to Downtown Container Park, an open-air shopping center with boutique retail shops, unique restaurants, and live entertainment for the whole family to enjoy! There are two special events happening for Mother’s Day Weekend: A Mother’s Day Wine Walk on Saturday and a Mother’s Day Brunch on Sunday. If your mother prefers a more typical (and upscale) shopping experience, visit Fashion Show Mall on the Strip or the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian.

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-Treat Your Mom to a Spa Day

If your mom is in need of some much-deserved relaxation, she’s sure to find it at Mahana Spa. Here, she can relax, rejuvenate and revive with therapeutic treatments inspired by the tropics and the rainforests. Mahana Spa offers a variety of massage, facials and therapeutic skin treatments. Hoping for something on the Strip? Send her for a treatment to the Sahra Spa at the Cosmopolitan. This ultra luxurious spa offers massages, whirlpools, steam rooms, heated stone loungers, and more. Try a cleansing detox, or be invigorated with essential oils.

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-Admire the Art

Talk a stroll through 18b, the Las Vegas Art District, and soak up all of the art and culture you never knew existed in Las Vegas. This cultural hub offers indie art galleries, unique performance spaces, tasty restaurants, and bohemian bars.  18b’s major venues include the Arts Factory and Art Square, where the intimate Cockroach Theatre stages independant and offbeat plays. Visitors will notice that the buildings are adorned with graffiti art that reflects the culture of this vibrant neighborhood.

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-See a Show

Leave your mother in awe with the music, illusion, and acrobatics of a Cirque du Soleil show, a classic that has been delighting audiences for over 20 years. There are seven different themes to choose from on Mother’s Day weekend. These 90-minute shows run all year long and will suit every taste and age group. If your mom is a music lover, allow her to get “On The Floor” at Jennifer Lopez, break out her inner “Tiny Dancer” at Elton John, or “Turn Back Time” at Cher.

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-Explore the Great Outdoors

Go the easy route and take a 13-mile, one way scenic drive through Red Rock National Recreation Area. Red Rock Canyon offers hiking and trails, plants and wildlife, geology, and camping. Admire the gorgeous rock formations and if you are up for it, take an easy walk through Calico Basin.

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If your mom enjoys water sports, take her kayaking at Black Canyon. Arizona Hot Springs, as well as a few other hot springs, can be reached by kayak. Several local kayak rental companies like Desert Adventures will drop you off below the Hoover Dam and pick you up 12 miles downstream at Willow Beach. Enjoy the ride, but be sure to stop and relax in the hot springs, explore side canyons, and allow the current to push you downstream.



Mother’s Day Restaurant Specials

Mother’s Day and brunch go together like peanut butter and jelly. With so many excellent dining options in Las Vegas, it’s hard to know which is the best for your mom. Here’s a list of some of our favorites!

-The Capital Grille

If you’re looking for an exceptional prix-fixe brunch and bottomless mimosas, head over to The Capital Grille, located at Fashion Show Las Vegas. The Executive Chefs will be creating a special take on their classic brunch dishes like the Pan-Seared Salmon with Citrus Crab Salad.


Lakeside at the Wynn is hosting a lavish, live jazz brunch, overlooking the Lake of Dreams. Listen to David ‘Mojo’ Poe band’s dixieland sounds as your mom selects from raw bar and seafood specialties, a live action omelette and egg station, the continental breakfast buffet, carving station and more.

-Triple George Grill

When it comes to dining in Downtown Las Vegas, enjoy Triple George Grill. They will only be offering a 5 course prefix menu for brunch at $46.95 per person. This award-winning restaurant is known for classic American cuisine and its warm and comfortable atmosphere.

-Bottiglia Enoteca

At Green Valley Ranch, Bottiglia is offering free bottomless mimosas for all moms, during brunch hours only! This ageless restaurant, located in the stunning Green Valley Ranch, offers sophisticated rustic Italian fare.

Where To Stay

On Mother’s Day 2018, take your mom on a South Pacific-themed getaway to Tahiti Resort, a sunny tropical oasis located on West Tropicana Avenue just three miles from the celebrated Las Vegas Strip.  Allow your mom to soak up the sun at one of our two pools or relax in our soothing hot tubs. Book your room today and treat the special woman in your life to a Mother’s Day she will never forget!

Kentucky Derby, Vegas Style

It’s finally springtime in the desert, and with the spring season comes many activities and events that we’ve been waiting for. One of the most popular and anticipated May sporting events is the Kentucky Derby, held on the first Saturday of May! Known as America’s favorite race, the Kentucky Derby is a national spectacular. The race dates back to 1872 and has secured itself not just as a sporting event, but as a celebration of Southern culture and American pride. Even though the Kentucky Derby is held across the country in, well, Kentucky, Las Vegas still knows how to celebrate this great American sport.

If you’re visiting Tahiti Resort this weekend, read on to learn more about where you can place your bets, enjoy a mint julep, and cheer on your favorite horse (ladies, don’t forget your hats!). Get ready for the best and fastest two minutes in sports, because the races are in town!

Lagasse’s Stadium

Located at The Palazzo, Lagasse’s Stadium has changed the definition of “sports bar” in Las Vegas. Not only is this location a sportsbook, but it’s also a restaurant and entertainment mecca. As you enter this luxurious stadium-style bar, you’re greeted by roughly 100 HD televisions and top-notch seating designed for your ultimate viewing pleasure. Enjoy the Kentucky Derby to the fullest with food, drinks, and fun.

The stadium menu is filled with a variety of dishes created by Chef Emeril and no matter what you choose, you can’t go wrong with these delicious choices! Choose an appetizer like chicken wings, Bavarian pretzels, or spinach and artichoke dip from the tailgating section, or dive right into main courses like baby back ribs, char-grilled ribeye steak, and much more. In previous years, Lagasse’s Stadium has hosted special viewing parties in their ultimate sports haven, equipt with food and drink specials. There’s no telling what they have up their sleeve this year, but we’re certain that it’s nothing short of spectacular!

The D Hotel & Casino

Our next Kentucky Derby hub is located in Downtown Las Vegas. The D Hotel & Casino is located in the heart of Fremont Street and impossible to miss. Not only does the D have an amazing vibe, but it has a variety of bars where you can watch the race. After grabbing a beer or cocktail at LongBar, make your way to the Vintage Vegas section located on the 2nd level of the casino and enjoy the classic Sigma Derby game or indulge in the new and improved Fortune Cup Mechanical Horse Racing. To pre-game the real race, cheer on your mechanical horses before routing for your Kentucky Derby horse! The D Hotel & Casino has you covered when it comes to your favorite pastimes as the Downtown Las Vegas sports hub.

Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge

Looking for the perfect mix of food and drinks in the ultimate social setting? Look no further than Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge, located inside Town Square at the south end of the Strip. Since putting down roots in 2011, Double Helix has introduced a variety of tapas dishes, an unforgettable patio atmosphere equipped with firepits, and a fun and carefree vibe for tourists and locals alike. Although this Las Vegas bar only has a few televisions scattered throughout the lounge, they make up for it with plenty of whiskey! So, grab a glass of bourbon (we recommend Woodford Reserve) and enjoy the Kentucky Derby with new friends at this unique and lively Las Vegas lounge.

Beer Park

Another great location to enjoy sports, drinks, and Vegas fun is Beer Park, the rooftop bar located at Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. Here, you can enjoy a view of the Strip and Bellagio Fountains, games, derby-themed cocktails, and racing! This year, Beer Park will be hosting a rooftop viewing party for all the Kentucky Derby watchers. Enjoy a mint julep bar all day, complimentary champagne thanks to Veuve Clicquot, and a special trumpet performance starting at 9am on May 5th. Not only can you enjoy the horse race from dozen of HD televisions, viewable from every seat, but you can also partake in live betting at the Beer Park’s in-house sportsbook. Beer Park also encourages viewers to take part in the Kentucky Derby’s classic attire (cue big floppy hats and leisure suits!) for the ultimate horse racing day.

Tahiti Village

Don’t forget to enjoy the Kentucky Derby from your own personal beach vacation. At 17° South Booze & Bites, viewers can grab a variety of delicious food while washing it down with a drink from the bar. Not only do they offer widescreen televisions throughout the venue and 24 beers on tap, but there’s also patio seating that overlooks the resort’s beach pool. So, let the kids enjoy the pool while you enjoy a Kentucky Derby cocktail.

Enjoy one of America’s greatest sporting events in the Entertainment Capital of the World and learn how to celebrate the Kentucky Derby Vegas style. With so many sportsbooks and viewing parties in town, you’ll have a good time no matter where you post up on the first Saturday of May.


What to pack for the kids on your summer trip to Vegas


Packing for Vegas used to be so simple when you were single. Usually a change of clothes would do, and maybe not even that if you weren’t planning to ever leave the craps table. Not for nothing did the paramedics coin the phrase “Vegas Syndrome”* with you in mind.

But those days are over. You’re respectable now, which means you’ve probably procreated and become a taxi. Life in its present iteration is a series of take-me-tos and pick-me-ups – from dance classes, from soccer games, from youth orchestra rehearsal.

And yet you still make time for Vegas. If this summer marks your first trip with the kids to Sin City and Tahiti Resort, you may be wondering what you should pack. Trust us: You’ll need more than bail money.


How many to bring? This question has bedeviled travelers making their first trip to Las Vegas with children since the early `90s, when it officially became a family destination. Don’t sweat it: We’ve devised a foolproof formula to help you determine how many bags to pack.

First, subtract the number of children you’re bringing from the number of days you’re staying. Do the reverse if the number of children exceeds the number of days. (This applies mainly to our LDS visitors.)

Next, divide the difference by the number of numbers on a roulette wheel, multiply the result by the number of seats at a blackjack table, then add by the number of times you’ve left Vegas in the red instead of the black.

Now take that number and subtract it by Las Vegas’ daily average July temperature and you’ll have the answer. Or to put it simply – one suitcase per child.


Yes, bring it. Las Vegas, believe it or not, has the same mandatory clothing expectations as your own hometown. Use the length-of-stay metric as a barometer for determining how much to pack, but be sure to include two extra shirts per child in the event of profuse sweating, sleepwear, an extra pair of shoes per child if you’re planning on walking a lot – not recommended in 100-plus degree temperatures during the day – and of course bathing suits for our beautiful Tahiti Resort pools!


Whatever products contribute to your kids’ personal hygiene at home will also suffice in Las Vegas. See? We’re not that different after all..


We stressed in a previous article the importance of keeping kids occupied on vacation and suggested that nothing does that better than gadgets. See our recommendations here.


Think of this as extra clothing. Unlike regular clothing, you’ll want to wear more in summer.

Travel Toys

Click here for a handy guide to age-appropriate transportable toys. You’ll need `em.

Things for Baby

If you’re planning on making your children lifelong Vegas visitors, you have to start them young. We recommend no later than two weeks postpartum just to get their little lungs acclimated to smoky casinos. Here’s what you should bring with you:

Five diapers per day per child

One full package of wipes

A sling

Sippies and microwave sterilizing bags


Baby food

Transportable toddler snacks

Disposable diaper sacks

Now that you know what to pack, just remember to bring the kids!

*When you gamble and drink for several days straight with minimal sleep and food. It culminates in passing out on the casino floor and waking up with a four-day hangover.



Take a day trip to experience another side of Las Vegas


Many travelers are drawn to the lights and excitement of Las Vegas, but too few are aware of the nearby natural wonders. Rugged mountains, canyons and deep desert valleys offer stunning scenery and myriad outdoor recreational opportunities. Below is a list of some of the most popular destinations in the immediate Las Vegas vicinity to explore on your next visit to Tahiti Resort. Some are farther afield than others, but all are worth a visit if you have the time, inclination and a vehicle.

Mount Charleston (elevation 11,918 feet) is 35 miles from Las Vegas. At an average of 20 degrees cooler than Las Vegas, Mount Charleston is perfect for skiing, picnicking, hiking and horseback riding. In addition to year-round hotel accommodations and tours, full-service camping is also available from May through September. This is not your typical Las Vegas experience.

Grand Canyon in Arizona is approximately 300 miles from Las Vegas. Over millions of years the Colorado River has etched out this canyon that is one mile deep and 277 miles long. Sightseeing air tours can be booked almost every day of the year. You can also opt for a bus tour that takes you past Hoover Dam or simply drive there yourself.

Red Rock Canyon is just 15 miles west of Las Vegas. It is a scenic area of sandstone rock formations and desert with a 3,000-foot escarpment produced by a thrust fault. Red Rock Canyon has a 13-mile scenic loop and a variety of plant and animal life. If you like rock climbing and mountain biking you are sure to get your fill here.

Valley of Fire State Park is only 55 miles northwest of Las Vegas and comprises scenic landscapes, hidden canyons and unique red rock formations. Remains of ancient Native American civilizations can be viewed here, and a visitor center provides tourist information. The park is open to the public year-round.

Bryce Canyon is located 210 miles northeast of Las Vegas in southwestern Utah. The national park is home to some unique rock formations with imaginative names like Pink Cliffs, Silent City and Cathedral. You can watch the sun move across the formations and capture a natural light display that will stick with you forever.

Mojave National Preserve is only 60 miles southwest of Las Vegas. This 1.6-million-acre preserve, which protects one of the most diverse environments in the world, abounds with sand dunes, volcanic cinder cones, Joshua tree forests and mile-high mountains. Two visitor centers introduce you to the desert environment.

Zion National Park, 158 miles north of Las Vegas across the Utah border, is famous for its colorful sandstone canyons, hot rocky deserts and cool forested plateaus. Zion is the largest and most visited canyon in the park, and the views are amazing. Here, the Virgin River has carved a spectacular forge into the red and white sandstone. The 2,000- to 3,000-foot canyon walls loom high above the river and the tree- and grass-covered canyon floor.

Boulder City is just 30 miles east of the Las Vegas Strip on the way to Lake Mead. Built in the 1930s for the families of Hoover Dam construction workers, it is the only Nevada city that does not allow public gaming. Boulder City’s historic Old Town district is home to many quaint shops, several of which feature works by Native American jewelers.

Rhyolite is a well-preserved ghost town 120 miles north of Las Vegas near the small community of Beatty, Nev., which bills itself as the “Gateway to Death Valley.” Highlights of the area include ruins of the Potter General Store, Newton’s Grille, a school, several major banks, a house made entirely out of bottles and a railroad depot.

Bonnie Springs Ranch/Old Nevada lies about 20 miles west of Las Vegas near Red Rock Canyon. Bonnie Springs Ranch was built in the 1840s as a cattle ranch and watering hole. Here you can also visit Old Nevada, where tourists can witness a re-creation of an Old West town complete with gunfights, horseback riding, children’s petting zoo and mini-train rides. Bonnie Springs Ranch/Old Nevada is open to the public year-round.

Hoover Dam is an engineering marvel just 35 miles southeast of Las Vegas. Formerly named Boulder Dam, this historic man-made creation tamed the mighty Colorado River and created North America’s largest manmade lake, Lake Mead. Take the tour down into the depths of this concrete structure and imagine what went into the construction. It is mammoth, and there is very little chance that you will not be impressed.

Lake Mead National Recreational Area is just 25 miles from Las Vegas at its closest point. With more than 550 miles of shoreline, Lake Mead Recreational Area offers outdoor enthusiasts year-round opportunities for swimming, water skiing, camping, boating, fishing, tours and cruises. A popular activity is renting a houseboat and floating around for a few days.



No fooling: Annual Easter egg hunt set for this Sunday, April 1st!

Join us for our annual Easter egg hunt this Sunday at Tahiti Resort from 1-3 p.m. Hundreds of plastic candy-filled eggs will be hidden inside and around the perimeter of the pool at Tahiti. You find `em, you keep `em! Take as many as you want! We’ll also be dyeing the eggs at noon on Saturday in our activities center. The annual Easter egg hunt is the most anticipated event on our spring activities calendar. We look forward to hiding the eggs almost as much as the kids like finding them! This is a great activity for the entire family. Don’t miss it!


Grab a St. Patty’s Day Guinness in Las Vegas!

Even if Guinness isn’t your go-to drink every time you hit the bars, the true Irish-origin beer holds a special place in our hearts on St. Patrick’s Day. What better way to celebrate this classic Irish holiday than enjoying a smooth and well-poured Guinness Stout?

If you plan to spend your St. Patrick’s Day weekend with us at Tahiti Resort this year, bar hopping in Vegas for a Guinness is the way to go. There’s even an official Guinness store in the city! Check out these spots that feature the refreshing classic!

The Guinness Store


The first stop on your St. Patrick’s Day bar crawl has to be the home of all things Guinness. The Guinness Store Las Vegas is located in the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino and is dedicated to the classic Irish beer. Get educated on Guinness before embarking on the rest of your journey and learn about the stout’s history and how to pour the perfect pint. Plus, the store has more Guinness merchandise than anywhere else in the world (outside of Ireland of course). Get properly decked out in true St. Patty’s Day fashion for your Guinness bar hop.

Rí Rá Irish Pub


You won’t have to go far for the next stop on your St. Patrick’s Day bar hop. Also located at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Rí Rá is the epitome of an authentic Irish Pub. Where conversation flows as smoothly as the Guinness, this Irish pub is the perfect spot to hit this St. Patrick’s Day. Everyone knows that the Irish know how to properly party and this pub is no exception. Starting at noon on St. Patrick’s Day, Rí Rá will have live music and perfectly-poured Guinness to celebrate the holiday.

Nine Fine Irishmen

Another fun stop on your St. Patrick’s Day-inspired Guinness bar hop is in the New York-New York Hotel & Casino. In addition to Guinness Stout and the many other fine stouts, ales and lagers, Nine Fine Irishmen also has some tasty dishes that are made from fresh, Irish ingredients. Refuel with Irish Nachos, Steamers, and Beer N’ Cheese Dip during your St. Patrick’s Day bar hopping in Las Vegas.

McMullan’s Irish Pub


This Irish Pub just off the Strip of Las Vegas is a can’t miss on your Guinness bar hop. This St. Patrick’s Day, McMullan’s is pulling out all the stops, making it a three-day event. Festivities begin Thursday, March 16th with live music, food, and drink specials. On St. Patrick’s Day, they’ll have a beer truck on site, Irish dancing and live music starting at 1pm and ending when the party stops! Oh, and did we mention that there’s no cover charge all day? You can even continue the St. Patrick’s Day fun on Saturday with more live music (granted you’re not too tired from the night before!).

Hennessey’s Tavern



If you’re looking for an Irish-inspired stop in Downtown Las Vegas, we’ve got you covered. An Irish pub crawl will kick off at Hennessey’s Tavern on March 15th at 7pm. The $20 cover gets you six drinks at six bars and a few other deals. After Hennessey’s Tavern, you can enjoy drinks at Mickie Finnz, The D, Evel Pie, Banger Brewing, and The Nerd. Now that sounds like a party! With live music, great food and – of course – Guinness Irish Stout, Hennessey’s Tavern is the place to be on Fremont Street for St. Patrick’s Day 2018.

Cheers with a Guinness to this holiday of luck and excitement!

Somerpointe Resorts and the Vegas Golden Knights are partnering for great prizes! Enter our drawing to win game tickets, merchandise, and a Tahiti Village vacation!

Golden Knights Giveaway

We are now proudly partnering with the city’s sensational new NHL franchise, the Vegas Golden Knights. As the holders of one of the league’s best records, the Knights are the most successful expansion team in the 101-year history of the NHL.

“We are thrilled to partner with the Vegas Golden Knights,” said Carl Hardin, Somerpointe Resorts SVP and Chief Operating Officer. “This partnership is a great opportunity to gain wider recognition and create top-of-mind awareness for our brand. We are currently working on a number of efforts that will benefit us both.”

Our partnership entitles us to valuable promotional opportunities for Somerpointe Resorts, whose Las Vegas properties include Tahiti Resort, Tahiti Village, and Club de Soleil. They include a presence in T-Mobile Arena, listings on the team’s website, placement in home game printed in-game cards and more. One area of focus will be the partnership of the Golden Knights giveaway contest, “SPR Golden Knights Giveaway,” for Knights merchandise, game tickets and a three-night stay at Tahiti Village.

We draw one contest winner at each home game, so it’s important to stay tuned. Once you submit your entry, we will add your name to our grand prize database. To register, check out the Giveaway website here or click on the image. You may be our next winner!

Major guest unit refurbishments are coming to Tahiti Resort Las Vegas!

Providing a wonderful vacation experience for you isn’t just an aspiration; it’s our obligation. We know your complete satisfaction hinges on many factors, not the least of which are guest accommodations that offer all the comforts of home and quality that can be seen and felt.

That means more than just ample space and convenient amenities. It also requires a commitment to taking out the old and bringing in the new. And that’s just what we’re doing! As part of a major refurbishment of our spacious Tahiti Resort accommodations, we’ll soon be adding new modern furniture, large appliances, flooring, carpet, light fixtures, fresh paint, artwork, and plumbing fixtures.

New balcony furniture and small appliances have already been installed. Please check back in the coming weeks for more information on the enhancement. We’ll be sure to post updates right here on the Tahiti Resort blog. We think you’ll approve!

Getting Married in Vegas: Best Wedding Venues in Las Vegas

Vegas is the ultimate vacation destination for extravagant entertainment, hospitality, and dining, all of which make Las Vegas the ultimate wedding destination. Getting married in Vegas doesn’t just mean eloping and getting married by Elvis (though, that certainly is a memorable way to give your nuptial vows). From the classic wedding chapel to helicopter rides, there’s something for every couple to have the perfect Las Vegas wedding ceremony.

In 2017, Clark County issued just over 78,000 marriage licenses, creating a high demand for wedding venues on and off the Strip, many of them just a short drive from Tahiti Resort. With so many options to choose from, it can be daunting planning a Vegas wedding.

To make it easier, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite off-Strip wedding venues for traditionalists and adventurers alike.

Traditionally Vegas:

Graceland Wedding Chapel

Wedding Graceland

We’re starting off the list with the most iconic of Vegas weddings. There’s no denying the allure of having the King himself attending your ceremony, and Graceland provides this unique opportunity. The chapel offers a variety of Las Vegas wedding packages, ranging from traditional to Elvis-studded. Depending on which you and your beloved choose, you can have Elvis performing during your “I do’s” wearing gold lace or sequins. If simple is more your speed, the chapel’s traditional wedding packages are perfect for low-key and intimate vows.

This Vegas wedding venue is certainly one to consider for those looking for an unforgettable, quirky, and unique experience on your big day. Get ready to have a blast, as it’s hard to help falling in love with this nuptial option –  whether you have an Elvis wedding or not!


The Smith Center

In a city of glitz and glam, your big day should be equally as extravagant. The Smith Center for Performing Arts was designed to showcase an artistic spirit – which is exactly what your wedding ceremony will be at this beautiful venue. Art deco design keeps the space rich with style, making it a perfect setting for your vows. The center offers 10 breathtaking venues that can host nearly any size wedding party.

Put your love on display in Reynolds Hall, a 2,050-seat theater featuring balconies and a sweeping stage. Or, opt for an outdoor setting in The Courtyard, where guests can enjoy with fresh air with the backdrop of The Smith Center architecture. No matter which of their Las Vegas wedding venues fits your wedding best, your day is sure to be filled with beauty and elegance.


Sky View at Tahiti Village

Wedding Sky View

One of the most stylish ways to say “I do” is overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. The Sky View space at Tahiti Village offers breathtaking views of the city from the two 10th floor balconies. With a capacity of up to 60 guests, this intimate Las Vegas wedding venue is perfect for taking in the views while dancing the night away with loved ones

Celebrate in style with Tahiti Village Las Vegas wedding packages, where services include everything from elegant rose petals to unity sand ceremonies, all crafted to commemorate one of the biggest days of your lives. Luxury, style, and intimacy all meet under the Las Vegas sky.

Pro Tip: Plan a sunset wedding and have an awe-inspiring ceremony as the sun highlights your love. The vibrant Nevada landscape will be an unmatched background to your first kiss as a married couple.


Botanical Gardens at Springs Preserve

Tie the knot in a setting as natural as your love. Amidst the hustle and bustle of the Strip, Springs Preserve offers beautiful trails, gardens, and landscapes to highlight the natural beauty of Nevada. Use this to your advantage and enjoy low-effort wedding decorations from the surrounding nature and architecture. Wooden, stone, and metal accents make the desert vegetation stand out, while also providing a simple backdrop to whatever wedding design you desire.

The Springs Preserve provides a range of options for your wedding ceremony, reception, and cocktail hour, all with unique features to make getting married in Vegas an all-natural experience. If taking a break from the flashing lights sounds right for you, these botanical gardens are the perfect wedding venue option for the rustic couple.


Helicopter Wedding with Sundance Helicopters

Wedding helicopter

Take your vows off the Strip – and off the ground – with a Las Vegas helicopter wedding. Sundance Helicopters offers four Las Vegas wedding packages that include breathtaking aerial views of Nevada. Choose a simple City Lights flight that takes you over the Strip, or add to the majesty of your special day with desert sights of the Mojave Desert, Lake Mead, Grand Canyon, and more.

Soar on Cloud Nine on your wedding day by replacing red roses with a romantic red rock backdrop! Nothing compares to toasting your lifelong partner with champagne over one of Mother Nature’s most amazing creations. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that is sure to create stunning wedding photos and memories that you and your sweetheart will cherish forever.

When planning your Las Vegas wedding, choosing the right venue will help make your day as special as possible. Getting married in Vegas is one of the most exciting ways to celebrate your love, and is sure to be the event of the year for you and your guests. Whether you’re an extravagant or simple couple, this city is the perfect place to start the rest of your life with the one you love. Say “I do” to one of these top wedding venues in Las Vegas off the Strip!

Enjoy all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink specials on Big Game Sunday at 17˚ South! Eat and drink till you can’t!

Looking for a great place to watch the Big Game? Make the easy drive over to 17˚ South Booze & Bites, located in the Tahiti Village main lobby. They’re offering all-you-can eat tailgate goodies, all-you-can-drink domestic drafts and well drinks, a prize raffle during the game, and special giveaways. The price is just $52 per person for all you can eat and drink. You can purchase your tickets and reserve your seats at 17˚ South beginning at 11 a.m. on game day. The Big Game party begins at 3 p.m. Kickoff is 3:30 p.m. 17˚ South has an array of widescreen televisions and plenty of seating. 17˚ South is just five miles from Tahiti Resort at Tahiti Village, our sister Somerpointe Resorts’ sister property at 7200 Las Vegas Boulevard South and Warm Springs Road. We hope to see you there!