Comfortable Lodging In South Lake Tahoe
There is a variety of lodging in South Lake Tahoe ranging from camp sites and log cabins to luxurious resorts and bed and breakfasts. Many families choose to rent houses and log cabins that offer more privacy and better savings. One can stay downtown closer to the numerous restaurants, nearby casinos and nightlife, or on the outskirts of town surrounded by the nature.
The town offers a wide array of different camping areas for those people who love the tent life or live out of the RV. These camp sites generally open from Memorial Day Weekend until October. Both Emerald Bay and D.L Bliss State Park have camping and RV sites with lake front views and easy access to the parks' amenities.
There are a myriad of choices for those who want to rent cabins or homes. Holly's Place, nestled between pines on the lake's edge, is a little known spot featuring four quaint and well equipped cabins. The more well known Historic Camp Richardson Resort has over forty cabins which sleep from two to eight people, half of which are winterized. Many people rent vacation homes near the ski resorts or overlooking the emerald green lake.
For people who want the small feel with the service included, a number of bed and breakfasts dot throughout South Lake Tahoe. The Black Bear Inn is a B&B located in a tranquil setting, catering to those who want to get away from it all. In fact, to ensure peace and quiet, children under sixteen are not permitted. Or check out the Inn at Heavenly, a B&B close to the ski resort and located on a quiet two acre wooded park.
If you are looking for a hotel or resort close to the casinos and nighttime action, it's hard to find a better location than the Embassy Suites Hotel-Lake Tahoe Resort or the Marriott's Timber Lodge, both at the base of Heavenly Ski Resort.
Anywhere you decide to sleep, luxurious hotel in the heart of it all or peaceful log cabin, you are sure to enjoy your stay in South Lake Tahoe.