The Village at Squaw Valley
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- Site of the 1960 Winter Olympics and still the nation's top ski resort (USA Today)
- Set just 300 yards from ski lifts
- Includes eight outdoor hot tubs and seasonal pool overlooking Lake Tahoe
- Pedestrian village reminiscent of Swiss Alps chalet
Right in the heart of Lake Tahoe resides the slopes of the 1960 Winter Olympics and one of the best ski resorts in North America (USA Today). This resort puts guests at the center to dine, shop, and is steps away from the slopes.
The rooms feel warm and cozy at this mountain ski resort. There are fireplaces, full kitchens, and heated floors in the kitchen and bathroom. All stays include free Wi-Fi and parking, and lodging is never more than 300 yards from the ski lift.
Activities such as ice skating and snow tubing keep non-skiers busy. Guests can soothe slope-weary muscles in one of the eight outdoor hot tubs or at the on-site spa with a steam room and sauna. After the spring thaw, visitors can ride the cable car to the High Camp for a dip in the pool with a gorgeous view of Lake Tahoe.