"Nice to be right on the beach but rooms are small."
The room was too small. We booked a king size bed room for 4 people, but there wasn't a sofa bed for the kids. Expedia shouldn't allow you to book a room that exceeds the number of people it can sleep. We ended up having to get roll away beds, but the room was too small for this. It was very crowded. Not all the rooms have a good beach view, some are partial views. We requested to be moved to a room with a better view. There's a great Mexican restaurant within walking distance that is reasonably priced.
We went to this hotel because we use to go here when it was Embassy Suites and we got a good deal. The room was nice but the air-conditioner didn't work. We called the front desk and the engineers came to the room. They worked on it and were real nice but the air-conditioner still didn't work. It was set at 65 but the room felt like 80. Our daughter or us barely slept. When we told the front desk at checkout they just said okay thank you. The only other thing about the room was the caulking around the sink was coming off. That should be taken care of for the price you pay for the room. It makes the room feel cheap. Breakfast was good but not a whole lot if you are a vegetarian. You can get by with fruit and pancakes but you can't have biscuits and gravy. We liked it when it better when it was Embassy Suites. We never had a bad night stay at Embassy.
"Hotel is very closed to downtown south lake tahoe."
I stayed in this hotel for 1 night and this hotel is very close to downtown and heavenly village. You can walk up to these places anytime. We were 5 people visited South lake tahoe and we booked family suite for us.
Hotel is not that spacious as expected but if you have plan to use hotel as just night stay, I believe this is the best place to stay.
Slightly high priced!
Furniture is very good. It has 4 burner gas, refrigerator, dishwasher, lots of utensils, nice and comfortable sofas and bed.
We faced couple of problems, it would be good if we didn't face those
1) Parking - Hotel has free parking but when we reached hotel at 1:00 AM in night we couldn't find the parking in hotel. We asked hotel staff to arrange a parking slot for us but she said they don't have enough space and hence we need to park car on the road.
2) Family suite has only 1 bathroom so if you are 5 to 6 people you need to spend 2 to 3 hours to get ready.
Apart from above 2 problems hotel was good and I recommend this hotel!
Traveller from San Fransisco, CA
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We chose the Postmarc because of its proximity to the casinos, restaurants and outdoor sports; we also chose it because we were under the impression they had an actual spa, as in day spa. I might be naive but I did learn "spa" in California means jacuzzi. The front desk staff were super friendly and accommodated our very late arrival. The room was amazing. The bed was fluffy and clean, like sleeping in a cloud. The jacuzzi, although a little loud when other rooms had theirs on, was clean and pure magic. Our room keys consistently did not work despite resetting them at least three times. Overall we were thoroughly impressed with the low cost and suite-like ambiance and would definitely stay there again.
Quiet resort, a few minor issues, room missing towels on check in, hair dryer missing, small tube TV with non working DVD player. Resort is located at a hot spring but charges additional fees to use the hot springs. Room was clean, plenty of no fee parking close to room.
South Lake Tahoe treats vacationers to majestic views of the lake’s vivid blue waters and the surrounding snow-capped peaks. Attractions on the California-Nevada border include the popular and immense Heavenly Lake Tahoe ski area and nearby casinos. To the west, summer visitors to Emerald Bay State Park can tour Vikingsholm Castle, built in 1929, and boat to the lake’s only island, Fannette Island.