The Resort at Squaw Creek is a beautiful destination where guests can be assured of the comforts of home amid the enchanting natural setting of Lake Tahoe. In the lower region of the Squaw Valley, the location for the winter Olympics in 1960 and home to one of Tahoe’s best known ski resorts, the Tahoe Squaw Creek Resort provides guests with plenty of spectacular scenery and exciting activities. While all resorts in Tahoe provide ample luxuries and entertainment, the Resort at Squaw Creek has some of the best overall experiences—it has been named among the top 50 North American ski resorts by Conde Nast Traveler.
Each guestroom is a plush place to relax, and they all also boast dazzling views of the surrounding valley and the mountains. Ranging from the standard deluxe rooms to the penthouses, there are different levels or luxury in the various accommodations. Deluxe Rooms are the smallest of the resort’s options, but they’re nothing to sneeze at. Both the Deluxe King and Deluxe Queen rooms include LCD flat-screen TVs, a mini refrigerator, and a full private bath. The Fireplace Suites include separate bedrooms with a king-size bed and a gas fireplace in the living room. This option can be ideal four couples or groups; the suites come in one-bedroom and two-bedroom options, and the kitchenette means you can have some of your meals at the resort.
The Penthouses are the most elegant accommodations at the Squaw Creek resort, and they’re among the best of any resorts in Tahoe. These rooms have two-story picture windows with floor-to-ceiling views, separate bedrooms, two full baths, a four-person dining area, and private laundry facilities. If you want the privacy and space of a vacation rental but are also craving the attention and amenities of a luxury resort, then this might be the perfect option for you.
No matter which room guests choose at the Tahoe Squaw Creek Resort, they can expect plenty of on-site amenities, including several swimming pools, hot tubs, an arcade, a spa, and a fitness center, all of which are available to all guests. In addition, if you’d like to spend time exploring the area, the concierge can help you arrange tours. There are shuttles and business facilities for the guests, babysitting, and best of all, Mountain Buddies, a children’s program that keeps the kids entertained if the parents need a rest. Not all resorts in Tahoe are family-friendly, but the Resort at Squaw Creek can suit almost any traveler, whether you’re planning a wedding in Tahoe or just looking for a quiet weekend spent skiing.
There are different activities available year-round at or near the Tahoe Squaw Creek Resort. In the summer, guests can go fishing, hiking in the Eldorado National Forest, rafting on the Truckee River, swimming, and spend time relaxing at the beaches. In the winter, Tahoe is a world-class ski destination, so days can be spent skiing, sledding, ice skating, or snowshoeing, and there are also options for sleigh rides, dog-sled tours, and games of broomball.
Luxurious suites, extraordinary views of the mountains and surrounding valley from every room, and ample supply of amenities all come together for guests at the elite Resort at Squaw Valley. If you’re looking to spend your Tahoe vacation relaxing in style or hitting the slopes, this is one of the best accommodation options in the area.
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