The service, location and pricing were GREAT! Sadly the property is very old and in need of remodel otherwise would have rated it higher.
We enjoy the place. Good breakfast. The kids had a bless time at the pool.
With moderate summer temperatures and cold winters and lots of snow, Lake Tahoe vacations are convenient almost any time of year. If you like skiing or snowboarding, schedule your visit for winter. The largest crowds are actually in the summer months, when all of the historic lodges are open and moderate temperatures let folks from the surrounding desert areas in Nevada cool off a bit. Summer's the time for the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival and the Fourth of July celebrations at South Lake Tahoe. To save money, you can visit during fall just after the kids go back to school, save some money and enjoy the turn of the leaves.
Thanks to large casino venues Lake Tahoe draws bigger names than other mountain towns. Plan ahead by checking the Montbleu and Harvey’s lineups.
Hello, party time! The stateline on Tahoe's south shore is a mini-Las Vegas with Montbleu, Harrah’s, Harvey’s and more. Find karaoke, flashy clubs, all-night eats and gambling galore.
Popular spots include the tiki bar at Sierra-at-Tahoe, the village at Heavenly and the on-snow swimming pool at Squaw Valley.
Shelling out extra dough for a top-of-the-line demo bike and protective padding are worthwhile Lake Tahoe travel investments. If steep dirt trails are too gnarly for your style, try the 3.5-mile paved South Lake Tahoe Bike Path.
Keep Lake Tahoe’s dry air and high-altitude effects at bay with a hydrating spa treatment. Options along the quiet north shore range from the small Lighthouse Spa, where massages are done overlooking the lake, to the upscale Hyatt Regency spa.
Hit the trails at major resorts (Alpine Meadows, Kirkwood, Mt. Rose, Squaw Valley, to name a few) or opt for smaller-scale (Boreal, Sugar Bowl). Want lake views? Point your skis (or snowboard) toward Heavenly. Get some air in the very resort town where halfpipe riding was invented: Tahoe's Sierra and Northstar world-class terrain parks.
Forget palm trees! Sunbathe next to pine trees at the best sandy beach on Lake Tahoe's north shore.
Lakeshore dining is a must-do on any Lake Tahoe vacation. Try this elegant, casual indoor-outdoor spot on its own dock overlooking the lake. Crabcakes and California wine at sunset are faves.
It’s no secret that Hollywood loves Tahoe, with its location just hours from SoCal and a scenic backdrop perfect for blockbusters like The Godfather Part II. Witness this connection in person at the annual spectator-friendly July golf tournament.
Get out on the water during your Lake Tahoe vacation for views of the snow-capped mountains from afar. Everything from personal kayak rentals to full-on Tahoe Queen Cruises are on hand.
Sign up for a beginning or intermediate whitewater rafting tour with Tahoe Whitewater Tours. Let the staff help you choose which trip is appropriate for your skill level.
Tour Vikingsholm Castle at Emerald Bay State Park and get a glimpse into the history of the tourist industry in Lake Tahoe.
Go dog sledding in the winter with Wilderness Adventures Dog Sled Tours through the spectacular Sierra Nevada mountain range.
Stop at the Taylor Creek Visitor Center in South Lake Tahoe on a summer visit and walk under the stream to see the fish.
Explore the summer homes and gardens of four Gilded Age families at the Tallac Historic Site.
^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on Orbitz.com from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.