Nov 24 - Nov 25
Liked the privacy of being intown! Awesome people very hospitable.
Dec 2 - Dec 3
The owners were welcoming and had some great tips for things to do in the area. We had a fantastic time and will be coming back
Nov 24 - Nov 25
No working TV. Staff tried to fix it with an HDMI cable but it still didn't work. Also the "king suite" is very small, same as a regular room but had a microwave and fridge
Dec 5 - Dec 6
With beaches and skiing on your doorstep, Lake Tahoe offers ample outdoor activities all year round. Luckily, Lake Tahoe lodges are close to all the action, with many offering lakeside views and excellent family-friendly facilities - some are pet-friendly, too.
With luxury spa hotels and vacation homes aplenty, you won’t be short for places to stay on your Lake Tahoe visit. For a lodge which enjoys quiet surroundings, head towards the north, where miles and miles of unspoiled Sierra Nevada wilderness will take your breath away. If you’d like to explore the Lake’s many mountain paths, visit a Lake Tahoe hiking lodge for an adventure-packed vacation.
Not only are Lake Tahoe hotels great for location, they also include a full range of facilities with hot tubs, spas, swimming pools, and fitness rooms in many lodges. Some even offer ski boot dryers, bike hire and access to exclusive golf courses.
Join in with the après-ski culture at one of Tahoe’s major mountain retreats. Bordering this alpine lake you’ll be surrounded by first-rate resorts such as Northstar California, Squaw Valley and Heavenly which boast excellent access to backcountry trails and beautiful tree-lined spots.
Join in with America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride around Lake Tahoe for a ride you’ll never forget. With its clean mountain air, spectacular scenery and great food to enjoy with riders and spectators at the end, what’s not to love?!
If you’re visiting during July, head to Squaw Valley for the two-day Art, Wine and Music Festival. Here visitors can enjoy everything from wine tasting to live performances and fine art exhibitions.
The best way to get around Lake Tahoe is to hire a car. Rentals can be found in the main towns and cities by the lake. However, if you plan to visit a Stateline casino or ski resort, there are often free shuttle buses which operate throughout the year.