"Great location, needs some TLC, good breakfast..."
Stayed here 7 nights in 08/2015, great location near the Heavenly Gondola & associated day/nightlife. Full buffet breakfast is quick and complete. They offer an afternoon Happy Hour including $2 mixed drinks, free popcorn & pretzels and other assorted treats.
Staff is very friendly and attentive. The facility needs some attention, but was clean and operable. Room was large & included a sofa bed, micro, fridge, dining table, 3 different sinks & an opening window. There is also an "office center" including computers, printer & fax/scanner.
The pool is an inside pool and hot tub, with an adjoining outside patio (we didn't use the pool/hot tub but it looked clean & nice).
Overall a 4 out of 5...
Great oasis in South Lake Tahoe. Hotel room was very well appointed, restaurant patio was delightful, menu was interesting, and food was delicious. So glad we found this hotel for future stays in South Lake Tahoe!
Great location in beautiful Lake Tahoe. Close to everything. Staff was amazing. So attentive and friendly. Best ever.
Had live music every night! Awesome. Only exception was Friday's Restaurant. Way over priced and sub standard food. Service was exemplary but, it is hard to get past a very, very expensive and sub par lobster tail and sides were mediocre at best. Other than that, will definitely be back and recommend to all our friends and family.
The rooms are nice and comfy. However, the pool was temporarily closed and hotel staff failed to mention. You get a beach pass for Lakeside beach (down the street), but you have to ask for the pass. There really isn't a concierge to help with local planning. The hotel is walking distance to the other casinos and Gondola ride up the mountain. Overall, pretty decent stay.
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.