Pros: We stayed here at the last minute due to an incoming storm, the staff was friendly and helpful, the room was clean, and the beds were really comfortable. We didn't have a chance to check out the neighborhood, but it looks nice and is right by the lake shore.
Pros: The hotel was good and clean. we enjoyed the stay very much.
Pros: Great place nice remodel job, beautiful views, great staff, great price, and good breakfast.
Pros: We loved the room. It was updated, spacious and had a corner gas fireplace. The continental breakfast was better than expected, and every employee we met was extremely nice and helpful.
Pros: The location was perfect near a lot of small towns and restaurants.
Cons: Didn't like there was no complementary breakfast at least a continental breakfast but it's okay found a great bf place in town.
Cons: I had reserved a room with double queen beds, but upon check-in was told that the hotel was "oversold" and could not only give me a room with one king bed. After much discussion, the gentleman claimed he looked again and found a double queen bed room and could offer it to me for an upgrade rate of $50/night. I unhappily accepted, but was able to remove the charge with a different gentleman upon checking out. I felt that I was being treated unfairly and inaccurately by the first person who checked my family in on 2/1719.
Pros: Room was excellent, very clean, stylish, comfortable.
Loved the restaurant across the street, great food, great live music, great cocktails.
Cons: Room was a little too warm, couldn't adjust thermaostat.
Cons: The pool was an outdoor heated pool but wasn't warm enough. The property is very spread out, which is nice but can be difficult at the end of the day with young children.
Pros: The hotel is of relatively modest size. The lobby has been remodeled (not sure when) and is very very nice. Has a Tahoe lodge look, is dimly, but adequately lit, and is very welcoming. Our room did not have the best view, so we requested an upgrade. The manager on duty offered us one of their cabins by the lake as a free upgrade. Initially, we declined, but changed our mind. Not only did they give us the free upgrade, but they did the same for our friends! Thanks to Taylor, who was very gracious, professional and friendly.
Cons: The room we initially had was on the fourth floor and did not have a view of anything but the roof and ventilation equipment. That was remedied, however.
Pros: The first few days of my stay I was solo and was there for business. My wife flew in for the weekend and we had a great stay at our home away from home. The Hyatt in Incline always does a great job and has the best staff of anywhere I have stayed. Keep doing a GREAT job.
Cons: One elevator was not working for a couple of days on Presidents weekend which made for very long lines and wait times. Need to reinstall the chandeliers at the Loan Eagle.
Complentary champagne at check in.
Cons: We staid in room 346 , beside the fact that we had to walk a lot to get to the room , the way the bathroom was built was no way you can get any heat in there , the showers were a nightmare to take. He had to keep the heat at 78 in room to get not even 68 in the bathroom.
I was disappointed with the room we got, because I know for sure the hotel was not busy 1.5 weeks before Christmas.
Overall I would recommend the hotel but not the room 346
Pros: Pool area
Cons: Wait staff not the friendliest at times
Pros: Great location. Beautiful beach. Enjoyed the paddle board and kayak rentals.
Pros: Facilities were nice, and staff was friendly.
Cons: Not impressed with Lone Eagle Grille. Hostess and waitstaff were not competent. Gave us a wine list on a locked iPad. Did not provide the correct dinner menu. Options were limited, with few fresh vegetable options. Cafe was uncomfortable with hovering waitstaff.
Pros: The location was perfect and the room very comfortable
Cons: We were there to ski 1 day and have the timing all planned out. At first we were disappointed that the free breakfast didn't start until 8, but then we figured we would change things around a bit and we could still eat before we got to the ski resort by 9:00 am. It was an issue when it wasn't open at 8, even though I called the lobby the night before to confirm I had the time right. We waited until 8:15 and the office still wasn't open, and we didn't see any movement inside, so we let for the ski resort. Of course for me, it was no big deal, but my boyfriend (who needs to eat before any activity) was pissed and luckily I was able to keep it from being a big fight. Nothing worse on a get away than a pouty boyfriend lol.....
Pros: Lakefront property
Every room has a view
Cons: Need some updating in hot tub area;
Walls are thin;
Outside night lamps are too bright
Pros: The hotel is perfectly located right on the water, with a beautiful and enticing private beach. The room where we stayed afforded the most delicious view and as we were on the top floor we had the luxury of tall ceilings. We found the staff very friendly and helpful, and we would have liked to stay longer. We will be back!
Cons: The décor in the lobby and breakfast area could use an update.
Mourelatos Lakeshore Resort features cross-country skiing, sledding, and snowshoeing. Guests can indulge in massages, body scrubs, or facials. Bonuses like sofa beds, refrigerators, and microwaves are in all rooms. Skiers will appreciate access to a free ski shuttle.
The Red Wolf Lakeside Lodge is a cozy, classic mountain retreat along the banks of Lake Tahoe. Guests enjoy unparalleled mountain and lake views, year-long outdoor activities, and a quaint ambiance that makes this resort an award winner. Accommodations include studio, one, and two-bedroom condominiums decorated in traditional mountain lodge style with warm, natural wood; and featuring a gas fireplace and fully-equipped kitchen. In the warmer months, guests enjoy an outdoor heated pool overlooking Lake Tahoe, an on-site beach, and a private dock perfect for taking in a mountain sunset. Water sports are nearby at the Tahoe Vista Recreation Area. Outdoor enthusiasts will find endless hiking trails to explore the Sierra Nevada wilderness with spectacular lake and mountain views. Winter sports are also convenient to the resort; attractions include well-known downhill ski areas such as Alpine Meadows, Northstar-at-Tahoe, and Diamond Peak Ski Resort. Dining is not available on-site, however several restaurants are nearby. Locally renowned restaurant Soule Domain is a guest favorite. Please note there is a Resort fee of USD 13.20 per night collected at booking. This fee includes internet, pool, beach, coffee, Laundry, spa, housekeeping, sports, faxes, and newspaper. Minimum check-in age is 21. Please note that no-shows on date of arrival will be considered a full penalty cancellation, no refunds will be offered. Changes to your departure date made after you have checked in will result in charge of one night room and tax.
Cons: Tired facility. Thermostat did not seem to work....could not cool the unit down in the dead of winter. Basics like shampoo and lotion not included.
When visiting Tahoe Vista, Edgelake Beach Club is a great choice to consider. The seasonal outdoor pool is a great spot for a morning swim, and guests can get a workout in at the fitness center. Condos feature kitchens, fireplaces, and balconies or patios.
Pros: The staff is awesome. Great place, great people.
Located across from the beautiful shores of North Lake Tahoe and on four acres of tiered forested land, the Tahoe Vistana Inn is a place to get away from the every day doldrums. This professionally managed resort offers the amenities of home at moderate prices. Come and soak in our year-round heated spa, or relax on the patio and take in the view of Lake Tahoe. Every room has its own microwave, refrigerator and coffee pot for your convenience. We are centrally located to all that Lake Tahoe has to offer. If skiing or snowboarding is your pleasure we are mere miles from some of the finest ski resorts in America, such as Northstar at Tahoe, Diamond Peak, Squaw Valley USA and Alpine Ski Resort. For boaters, we offer boat parking on the property and there is a public boat launch a mere half-mile away. Shopping and good eats are all close by, only a mile and a half away in Kings Beach and 8 miles away in Tahoe City.Housekeeping service schedule is upon departure only.
When visiting Tahoe Vista, Holiday House is a great choice to consider. Free WiFi is an added perk, and guests can keep active with onsite snorkeling. Rooms feature bonuses like kitchens and washers/dryers, along with balconies and living rooms.
Pros: You can reserve the indoor hot tub for 30 minutes. It was awesome after a day at the slopes. Super close to northstar, about 10 minute drive. Friendly staff. Would stay again in the future.
Cons: mold smell in room
When visiting Kings Beach, Ferrari's Crown Resort is a great choice to consider. Guests can splash around at the outdoor pool or seasonal outdoor pool, and the spa tub makes for a relaxing end to the day. Rooms offer refrigerators, free WiFi, and free wired Internet.
Pros: Offered continental breakfast which was just okay.
Cons: The rooms have no air conditioning, only a very noisy portable fan for air circulation. Very uncomfortable as it was pretty warm in Tahoe during my two-day trip.
Pros: The staff is nice, the amenities, breakfast, and look of the rooms are nice. The location is great.
Cons: The beds were awful. My God the doubles are small and they bow. I almost rolled off multiple times. The pillows are not pliable and don't bend-- very uncomfortable. The noise from people walking around upstairs is intolerable. People might just be willing to their rooms or around inside their room but you hear every footstep from the bottom level. Maybe it's better on the top floor. 200 bucks a night I need more.
Pros: Location was great and the bed was very comfortable! I loved that fact that it was clean and our room was very spacious.
Cons: A little dark, incovinient if you want to do your makeup. You can hear people in the hallway.
Pros: Loved the location, just a mile or two from our family we were visiting. Heater worked well on a cold night. Coffee maker in room.
Cons: Bare bulb light fixture and cob webs behind the bathroom door in 205, too soft bed for old backs, breakfast room was a dark cave where we had to resupply items by searching under cupboards as no staff was evident, overpriced based on our travel experience(S (we understand it's the LOCATION but it shouldn't be more than $100/night even given Incline Village, not $168 with tax!)
Pros: It had a good location and the pool was nice.
Cons: There was no ac the bed was so bad I got a back ache and our room was not ready when we got there at 3. I would never stay here again, ever.
Try your luck at the casino when you stay at Tahoe Biltmore Lodge & Casino in Crystal Bay. The seasonal outdoor pool is a great spot to take a dip, and guests can grab a bite to eat at Cafe Biltmore, which serves American cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Pros: WAS CLOSE TO WHERE I NEEDED TO BE . ALSO ONLY PLACE WITH VACANCY AT LAST MINUTE
Cons: kitchennete deluxe' not . No oven. Stains on coffee pot, did not really want to sleep in bed the linens could use to be replaced. Does not look like anything has been upgraded since the 50"s Definitely would not return and wonder if there were bed bugs?
When visiting Carnelian Bay, Tahoe North Shore Lodge is a great choice to consider. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, and snowboarding. Rooms feature bonuses like sofa beds, refrigerators, and microwaves.
Pros: Neal was fabulous. From the minute we got there we felt welcome!
Cons: Although we did get clean towels everyday, the place could have been cleaner. This was easier to overlook, however because Neal (front desk) was so kind.
Pros: It's inexpensive compared to rest of hotel's in King's beach.
Cons: Mattress was awful. I couldn't sleep at all.
Cons: No cot
Wi Fi intermittent
Cons: Picture crank heads at Bate's Motel. Everything was dirty and run down. There were obvious crank heads sitting outside on plastic lawn furniture in front of the rooms. DO NOT STAY HERE!!!!!! Kayak shouldn't allow them to advertise.
Pros: I liked the price and the location. You can walk to the beach and town.
Cons: We brought our own pillows which made our stay a little more comfortable.
Enjoy your visit to Kings Beach with a stay at Stevenson's Inn. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby kayaking, snowboarding, and rafting. Rooms feature conveniences like refrigerators and microwaves.