There’s nothing like an amazing ski or snowboarding trip in Lake Tahoe. Seriously. The fresh air, fresh powder, and amazing views are something you can’t quite put into words. However, that doesn’t mean you need to overspend in order to plan the perfect ski trip. We’ve got your budget-conscious back. Check out these tips to help you save money and plan your next Tahoe ski trip without breaking the bank.
As usual, summer seemed to fly by this year. That means the holidays are right around the corner. We’re already getting excited for the hustle, bustle, and merriment of the holiday season! One of the things we look forward to every year is helping companies in the Lake Tahoe area and beyond plan festive and fun corporate holiday parties. If planning your team’s corporate holiday party is on your to-do list, you’re in luck. We’re sharing some of our best tips to help you plan a holiday celebration that employees and guests will be talking about well into the new year!
While South Lake Tahoe is known for epic winter skiing and snowboarding and tons of summer fun, there’s no doubt we embrace the fall season as well. With amazing fall colors, milder temperatures, and tons of exciting recreational activities and events, it’s the perfect time to experience everything Tahoe has to offer. Here are just a few of the fun things to do in Lake Tahoe in fall 2019:
As a top hotel destination in the Lake Tahoe area, we get a lot of first-timers and people who are unfamiliar with our little piece of heaven. Many have similar questions regarding things to do in the area, when to book their reservation, and so on. We’ve compiled some of the top questions to help give you some additional insights into the beautiful Tahoe area and help you plan your trip.
Oftentimes at weddings, it seems like we spend more time navigating from place to place than actually mingling and enjoying the celebration. We travel (possibly a long distance) to the ceremony, just to jump back in the car and navigate to the cocktail hour or reception — which may or may not be at the same places as our hotel/lodging accommodations. Of course, there may be a different venue for the bachelor/bachelorette party, rehearsal dinner, gift opening, or bridal brunch as well. Moving from place to place throughout the wedding weekend can range from confusing to downright frustrating — especially if you or your guests are unfamiliar with the area, you’re on a tight schedule, or the locations aren’t close together. All that stress and hassle can be avoided by using a multi-purpose venue and hosting your wedding — including your ceremony, reception, and lodging — in one location. Here are a few of the benefits of using an all-in-one venue for your wedding.