2-bedroom unit with living room, kitchenette, dining area, bathroom, fireplace, and free wifi. It's in a professionally run lodge. The front desk folks will help you with anything you need.
Warm, cozy, well-furnished. Close to Lake Tahoe / Heavenly Village Gondola.
It's a cozy space that has pretty much everything you need to feel at home. Great for families. The 2-bedroom arrangement is ideal for 4 adults, but in a pinch, 6 will fit.
Reportedly, the lodge has recently finished a long-running set of renovations in all of their suites, so the one you get may or may not look like my photos. I went last year in 2015, and I must've gotten an old unit (looked just like my 2013 pictures), whereas in 2014 I got a newer-looking unit (also in pictures).
The whole unit PLUS the common areas of the lodge.
Interaction with guests
I won't be here, but the lodge front desk will help you with check-in, check-out, and anything else in between. I own a timeshare at this lodge and these are my extra days I wasn't able to use this year.
Other things to note
Free parking, free wifi. Paid laundry machines available on-site. Sometimes the lodge arranges some social activities like movie nights, but if you're in the Tahoe area, you're probably here to be outside :-)
Check-in at the front desk anytime between 4-10pm: it closes after that. They'll ask you to leave a credit card number for incidentals or damages.
It is possible to arrange after-hours check-in, but that worked really poorly for me in the past. Seriously... if you think you want to arrive that late (if there's a snowstorm, that drive up from the Bay Area really really sucks), maybe just come up the next morning and save a night of lodging money. Just my two cents :-)
Same as the resort's rules.
If you use plates, utensils, or cookware, please load and start the dishwasher before you depart.
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I enjoy going on adventures with friends and exploring new places of the world. Eager to learn about the local culture, experiencing hidden gems. As tourist who often travels without a checklist of "must see places", I enjoy just exploring organically things that seem interesting once we're there. Similarly, I'll probably also spend most of my trip time out of the house/hotel... after all, I'm there to experience a new part of the world, not another hotel, right?