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The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe

The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe is a five-pearl full-service resort in the mountains above Northstar-at-Tahoe ski resort. Along with luxe rooms, a huge spa, and fine dining, the Ritz-Carlton offers ski-in/ski-out access to the slopes and many other recreational activities -- including multiple outdoor pools and Jacuzzis that are open year-round. Fees abound, however, unlike at the Resort at Squaw Creek, which offers lovely rooms with no fees at a lower price point.

Resort at Squaw Creek

Resort at Squaw Creek Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Resort at Squaw Creek is one of the biggest resorts in Squaw Valley, with more than 400 rooms and a services and amenity offering that is easily among the most comprehensive in all of Tahoe. Its beautiful location means fine views of the mountains and valley, whether guests are playing golf, swimming, dog-sledding, ice skating, eating at one of the five restaurants, or simply gazing from the spacious rooms. A ski lift transports guests to Squaw Valley for hitting the slopes, and the extensive list of amenities and dining options on-site means guests won't have to venture far from the resort -- in fact, they're like to return year after year just to experience all the property has to offer.

Larkspur Hotel Truckee

Larkspur Hotel Truckee Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The mid-range Larkspur Hotel Truckee is close to Northstar-at-Tahoe ski resort and many outdoor recreation attractions at Truckee. The rooms are updated (with the exception of a few relic tube-style TVs), and the feather-mattress beds are super comfortable. A heated outdoor pool, Jacuzzi, free hot breakfast, and popular on-site restaurant offer guests plenty to keep them happy during their stay. Guests who prefer to be lakefront, though, might consider the similarly priced (though not as modern) Franciscan Lakeside Lodge.

Squaw Valley Lodge

Squaw Valley Lodge Rating: 3.5 Pearls

With an unbeatable location at the foot of Squaw Valley, ski-in/ski-out convenience, free covered parking, and big condo-style rooms with kitchenettes, the upper-to-mid-range Squaw Valley Lodge enjoys a dedicated fan base. The attentive service and informal atmosphere make the Lodge more intimate than nearby megaresorts, though room decor (including old tube TVs) is nothing to get excited about.

The Village at Squaw Valley

The Village at Squaw Valley Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The upper-mid-range Village at Squaw Valley resembles a charming European-style village, and is the retail hub of the world-famous ski resort. Shops and restaurants line the walkways between the 200-room hotel's six buildings. Suites feature kitchens, radiant floor heat, and lots of space, but guests have complained of the lack of air conditioning, as well as poor maintenance in some units. The immediate access to the slopes and all the valley has to offer make this an excellent choice for guests who want to stay active.

3 Peaks Resort and Beach Club

3 Peaks Resort and Beach Club Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 62-room 3 Peaks Resort and Beach Club is a three-pearl property with a convenient Lake Tahoe location. Some guests find the lobby's dog theme and pet-friendly policy off-putting, while others book their stay solely based on their pooch. Rooms resemble cozy log cabins; some are renovated with contemporary details while others are dated with tube TVs and patterned bedspreads (book one with a fireplace and balcony for extra ambiance). There is a heated outdoor pool, two-tiered hot tub, and big spa, but the lack of a restaurant or bar isn't ideal. Guests get free access to the beach and Heavenly Village is within walking distance. The Sierra Mountain views and scent of pine trees make this spot a better than average mid-range property.

Franciscan Lakeside Lodge

Franciscan Lakeside Lodge Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Located on the shores of Lake Tahoe, the mid-range Franciscan Lakeside Lodge features cozy cottages and rooms in a woodsy, lakefront setting. While some rooms are tucked across the street from the lake in a darker, tree-covered area, the lakefront cottages have excellent views and open to the sandy beach and a private pier where guests can swim and play in privacy. Kitchenettes make dining in (and saving money) easy. And the heated outdoor pool (open seasonally) is said to be the largest in North Lake Tahoe. The downfall? There's no Jacuzzi -- the nearby Cedar Glen Lodge offers one at the same price point.

Tahoe Lakeshore Lodge and Spa

Tahoe Lakeshore Lodge and Spa Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The mid-range Tahoe Lakeshore Lodge and Spa is popular with families and groups who want access to a private beach on Lake Tahoe and condo-style accommodations with full kitchens. Balconies overlooking the lake are a great touch, but some of the furniture could use an update. The two-bedroom loft is ideal for larger groups. While many hotels in this price range offer free entrance to a public beach, this is one of the only properties that offers guests a completely private beach. In the summer, there are free concerts and BBQ facilities. The on-site spa is an unexpected perk, though there isn't a restaurant or bar. If that's a deal breaker for you compare rates at nearby BEST WESTERN Plus Station House Inn, which offers free made-to-order breakfast at its restaurant (but no spa).

Olympic Village Inn

Olympic Village Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Olympic Village Inn was built to house athletes during the 1960 winter games held in Squaw Valley and became the first large hotel in the area. The rooms were last updated in the 1980s, but a charming Tyrolean exterior, beautiful grounds, and location near the slopes offset the kitschy decor. Balconies and kitchenettes add convenience but there have been complaints of a strong cleaning odor in some units. The price point is lower than at most other Squaw Valley resorts, and guests will have the novelty factor of saying they stayed in a true Olympics resort.

Cedar Glen Lodge

Cedar Glen Lodge Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Sitting in a small forest area across the street from Lake Tahoe, the Cedar Glen Lodge is a throwback to a simpler time with its motor-lodge design and woodsy cabins. Despite its 1930s-era vintage, the hotel is in a state of constant renewal. Friendly owners, lake access, a heated outdoor pool with Jacuzzi and sauna, charming lodge-style rooms, and free continental breakfast all make the Cedar Glen a great value.

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  • Award-Winning

What's Your Style?

  • Romantic
  • Beach
  • Luxury
  • Resort
  • Value
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Locations

  • Olympic Valley
  • South Lake Tahoe
  • Squaw Valley
  • Tahoe City
  • Tahoe Vista
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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