When it comes to Tahoe life, Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel is surrounded on all sides. There’s South Tahoe gaming and world-class entertainment next door. Heavenly Mountain Resort and gondola, along with a village of shops and award-winning restaurants, on the other side. Out the back door is a new park system with epic biking and hiking trails. Head out the front door to some of Tahoe’s best beaches.
Every reservation at Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel includes a two-room suite, making it the area’s only all-suite resort. All that, plus a free buffet breakfast, year-round indoor pool and whirlpool, and a running special starting at $99 a night through June 30 make this South Shore resort a downright proper value.
Anyone who’s vacationed with kids knows the beauty of two things: (1) affordable meals and (2) the ability to retreat to a quiet (kid-free) space for a break. So, the fact that every reservation includes a free breakfast buffet and a two-room suite makes Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel a super smart option for families.
Each of the resort’s 400 two-bedroom suites includes a living room with a flat screen TV, sofa bed (suited for young children), an armchair and a dining/work table area with a refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker. Each also has a private bedroom with one king or two queen beds, a second flat screen, and a fully stocked bathroom.
The full buffet is served in the resort’s upstairs atrium and includes all the essentials including scrambled eggs, breakfast potatoes, bacon, sausage, housemade oatmeal, pancakes, and french toast. The perfect start to the day’s adventures. And there’s also fresh fruit, yogurt, cold cereal, juice, coffee, and enough other delicious stuff to ensure even the pickiest will leave pleased.
Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel’s central location and significant value are undeniable benefits. But the resort also offers up quite a few on-site surprises—like one of South Tahoe’s favorite people-watching patios and live music starting Memorial weekend. But that’s just for starters.
The resort’s on-site restaurant offers full menus on the upper patio in the summer and a BBQ on the lower patio. For busy days, there’s a grab-and-go menu. And for chill time, guests can take a seat and order one of Echo’s signature cocktails—the Coconut Hibiscus Mojito, Blood Orange and Basil Lemonade, or Hibiscus Margarita.
The resort’s recently renovated lobby is a grown-up relaxation station that doubles as a fun zone for the kids. Mom and dad can lounge by the fire, sipping drinks under the skylights while the kids play at the game tables.
There are also beach passes for summer time, a ski and snowboard valet for winter time, and a heated indoor pool and whirlpool for all the time. Really, whatever the timing, this all-suite South Tahoe resort offers something for everyone.
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