Accommodation in Lake Tahoe

Accommodation in Lake Tahoe


Accommodation options are dazzling in Lake Tahoe, with plenty of cabins, B&Bs and hotels to suit every budget. The best place to start is by choosing the resort that best suits individual needs.

Mt Rose-Ski and Kirkwood are some of the quietest areas, so if a remote back-to-nature break is what is wanted, these areas are a good choice. Surrounded by wilderness, and with excellent skiing, they feel a world away from the bright lights of some of the other resorts. Sqauw Valley is high-end destination. While there are cheaper B&Bs to stay in, the majority of the accommodation is high-end, with five-star hotels, lakeside cabins, huge condos and rentable private homes dominating. Sierra-at-Tahoe is for the party-crowd. If, after a night at the clubs and casinos, a bed close by is preferred, then Sierra-at-Tahoe’s boutique hotels and cabins are ideal. The resort even lays on complimentary shuttle buses, so designated drivers needn’t be a consideration. Alpine Meadows is one of the most popular resorts. Laid-back and fun-loving, it attracts a young crowd who enjoy the unbeatable views of Lake Tahoe, perfectly groomed slopes and the lively après ski scene.

A favourite of skiers and snowboarders, staying in Heavenly Mountain guarantees early dibs on the incredible terrain, and the nightlife can be quiet or wild, depending on individual preferences.

Northstar-on-Tahoe is another great all-rounder. Boasting a range of shops and restaurants, a ski rink and 93 ski trails, it offers everything in an all-inclusive package.