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Reminiscent of the great western lodges built at the turn of the 20th century, each of the 170 guest rooms and suites offers a distinctive mountain retreat. Luxury amenities include a cozy gas fireplace; refined wood and leather furnishings; oversized marble bathroom with separate deep-soaking tub and shower; high-definition, flat-screen television and 24-hour in-room dining. With its spectacular setting, the resort provides a stunning backdrop to every dining option. From a signature restaurant featuring California cuisine to a relaxing café and Lobby Lounge, guests are treated to the freshest local ingredients, the region's best wines and warm, relaxing environments in this Northern California contemporary mountain retreat. A traveler's paradise, Lake Tahoe offers year-round recreation options, from sailing and white water rafting to every winter sport imaginable. Nearby Northstar Village and Truckee offer unique shopping, additional dining and historical tours.
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My dad is handicapped. When we arrived at Ritz Carlton Lake Tahoe, the handicapped parking was full. The stuff was very nice to waive the $35 overnight charge through out our stay.
We did not have club level at first. We went into the club level
lounge, the stuff was very nice to give us a tour, and offered $150 per night per room upgrade. Since there were 3 of us in a suite, it was quite a savings. The front desk at first told us the upgrade price would be $300 per night. After we explained, they ended up charging only $150 per night. Of course, I gave the gentleman a good tipping at the end.
The adult swimming pool was very nicely situated and equipped. There were sauna and steam room, among others. The stuff was very helpful and friendly. It was very comfortable to swim in the afternoon. There were fruit drinks and snacks.
There was an extra $20.67 on our bill at the end. I asked the front desk about it, and she said it was milk and others being charged by the restaurant. I told her we paid our bill by credit card, and it was likely that they charged someone else' bill onto our account. She was happy to remove it from our bill.
Overall, we've had very good experience at Ritz Carlton Lake Tahoe.
Upon arrival, the front desk gave us a beautiful room with a mountain view as I requested, however, it had only one bed for a family of four. When they offered to move us to a room with two beds and a non mountain view, I stated that is not what I
reserved and they quickly resolved the issue. The room service and restaurants were expensive but good quality. The staff was very attentive and tried to remember everyone by smiling and saying their names. The spa staff was very accommodating and pleasant offering robes and slippers. The pools and hot tubs were great even when it was snowing. It would have been outstanding if there was poolside service for drinks. The ski shop on site was great so you do not have to rent skis and purchase lift tickets at the village below. Overall, it was a very nice stay.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
To get to the shopping and a variety of restaurants at village in Northstar, you have to drive or take the Gondola down the hill. Since it was the last weekend of the ski season, most of the shops were closed.
We only stayed one night to get rest after driving all day. They were soooo pet friendly that we felt guilty about having a pet with us. No one blinked an eye. Ive never traveled with a pet (small dog) and the experience was outstanding.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
Just sitting on the beach at Lake Tahoe was an awsome experience.