|"Fantastic location and great accomadation."||(in 88 reviews)|
|"Superb location for Squaw Valley skiing!"||(in 7 reviews)|
|"Staff is friendly and helpful."||(in 37 reviews)|
|"The bed was very uncomfortable!"||(in 23 reviews)|
|"The pool area was limited."||(in 7 reviews)|
|"Rollaway bed uncomfortable; expensive room"||(in 23 reviews)|
|great location||in 219 reviews|
|great room||in 94 reviews|
|sofa bed||in 65 reviews|
|staff was friendly||in 63 reviews|
|swimming pool||in 44 reviews|
|great place||in 34 reviews|
|front desk||in 27 reviews|
|great facilities||in 20 reviews|
|hot tubs||in 19 reviews|
|squaw valley||in 13 reviews|
|shops and restaurants||in 9 reviews|
|first night||in 6 reviews|
|deluxe studio||in 5 reviews|
|kitchenette was very useful||in 3 reviews|
|olympic village||in 3 reviews|
|covid pandemic||in 2 reviews|
Location and kitchenette. Room had plenty of space for your belongings
It’s time to remodel the 80’s decor, unless your into that. But more importantly, the bed was not comfortable nor were the pillows. For the price of this hotel, you should expect a more comfortable mattress and pillows
A reasonable option in Sqauw Valley
Room was clean and comfortable with a nice outlook
The elephants stomping around in the room above us at 4.30am onwards with what sounded like their ski boots. Would also have liked an internal breakfast option or small shop/breakfast basket option to purchase essentials such as milk, bread, eggs without having to go into the village.
Had no air conditioning. Was hot in loft room.
Disorganized front desk
This is a SKI lodge not a summer spot. No air conditioning or mounted fans. Have cheap stand up fans and it gets HOT daytime. Was charged twice even though I asked 4 times to check if there were 2 reservations in my name. Wasn't bad but won't go back
Great place for skiing in Squaw
Loved it. The room was spacious and the furniture high quality. The kitchenette wasn't extravagant but had enough to get the job done. Fresh coffee provided every day. True ski-in/ski-out. Steps away from Squaw Village. Highly recommend.
Easy covered parking, fully stocked kitchenette, great location, old but clean
Pool was nice but on the cool side, only used spa. Hallways had oder but room was ok.
Squaw Valley Lodge is always a great getaway
Squaw Valley Lodge is our go to place for a winter getaway. The location is ideal and it's part of Squaw Valley so there are a ton of things to do after a day on the slopes.
The location, the price, the accommodations - everything was great! I highly recommend.
The decor was a little dated, but it wasn't nearly as dated as some previous reviews made it seem. It was charming.
A very comfortable home away from home...close to recreation and restaurants, I will definitely stay there again.
great gym and pool area. good wifi
squaw village turns into a ghost town after dark. the desk person at checkout time is rude.
Squaw Valley Lodge can be found in the Olympic Village of Lake Tahoe. This condo resort has something to offer in all four seasons of the year.
The rooms in this lodge are all condominiums, so guests can stay in a comfortable setting that feels a little more like home than like a hotel. Some of the condos feature ski-in/ski-out access. There are suites with multiple bedrooms and studio suites. All of them have sofa beds in them as well.
Squaw Valley Lodge has a health club for guests who want to exercise during their stay. There are also massage therapists on-site who provide spa services to guests of the lodge. Outside there are hydrotherapy pools available with views of the mountains and inside there are fireside spas. Guests also have access to a steam room, dry sauna, and entertainment items such as a ping pong table while staying at Squaw Valley.
Guests have a kitchen or a kitchenette in their rooms depending on what type of room chosen. So dining can be as simple as cooking at home. If no one feels like cooking, there are plenty of options for food in Lake Tahoe that aren’t far away at all. Squaw Valley itself also has local restaurants with delicious menu options to choose from.
Winter time brings the ski season and opportunity to participate in all of the snow sports. In summer there are also lots of things to do too, including hiking, golfing, kayaking, and mountain biking.
Squaw Valley Lodge offers travelers to Olympic Village a home-away-from-home in Lake Tahoe. Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall, there is always something to do at this California gem.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
If you would like to check in before the regular time of 4:00 pm, contact the front desk of the hotel before your arrival. Early check-in depends on room availability and cannot be guaranteed. If your room is not available for early check-in, you are welcome to use the amenities at the hotel while you wait. If you would like to stay in your room a little longer on the day of departure, make a request at the front desk. An hourly fee may be incurred for late check-outs.
Squaw Valley Lodge is a 15m drive from Lake Tahoe, which is a great place to stay active. Guests can enjoy a wide range of activities and watersports, including paddleboarding, wake boarding, waterskiing, and sailing. If you want to go fishing, Lake Tahoe is home to a variety of fish, including brown and rainbow trout, and kokanee salmon. Visitors can also immerse themselves in nature and go hiking and biking along many beautiful trails around the lake.
Although Squaw Valley Lodge does not have any on-site dining establishments, there are plenty of restaurants and cafés close to the hotel that serve a selection of regional and international cuisine, from sandwich shops to fine dining. Local favorites include the Mediterranean flavors at Grahams of Squaw Valley, the gastropub menu at Le Chamois & Loft Bar, seasonal Californian cuisine at Christy Hill, and the Auld Dubliner Irish pub for a casual drink.
Squaw Valley Lodge is a great base for a corporate retreat or conference, offering a combination of modern venues and outdoor adventures to make your event a success. The Squaw Valley Conference Center boasts natural light, heating, and air-conditioning to ensure your group is comfortable. The Granite Chief Room can accommodate small groups and board meetings, while the Ponderosa Room can host up to 80 people. Corporate catering, coffee and snacks, group packages on accommodation, and audiovisual equipment can be arranged on request. The idyllic location of Squaw Valley Lodge lends itself to a multitude of team-building activities, including ski breaks, golf outings, and watersports.
Lake Tahoe is a top destination for a vacation in nature and the hotel has a number of great packages to make the most of your stay. Planning a romantic escape? The Lake Tahoe Romantic Getaway package includes two nights’ accommodation, a three-course dinner, and an indulgent Swedish massage for two. The Manager’s Special offers additional discounts the more nights you stay, as well as access to the whirlpools, sauna, and steam room in the hotel’s health club. Guests who make midweek reservations also receive additional savings. There are also skiing, rafting, and kayaking packages available, depending on the season.
Squaw Valley Lodge is located at 201 Squaw Peak Road, 0.2 miles from the centre of Olympic Valley. Funitel Ski Lift is the closest landmark to Squaw Valley Lodge.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Squaw Valley Lodge.
Yes, Squaw Valley Lodge offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Squaw Valley Lodge offers free parking.
No, Squaw Valley Lodge does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Squaw Valley Lodge is 32.8 miles from Reno. Squaw Valley Lodge is 80.5 miles from Sacramento Intl.
Yes, Squaw Valley Lodge has a pool on-site.