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Resort at Squaw Creek
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Reviewed 11 October 2013

We stayed at the Resort at Squaw Creek in fall for a long weekend in Tahoe. The staff was friendly and even worked closely with us to help us reschedule our vacation when our itinerary changed at the last minute. The resort itself is pretty but is was a bit far from the hiking that we were most interested in (Emerald Bay was the best hike of our trip). The room was nice, but not amazing. The property has tennis courts, a heated pool, and a hot tub in addition to a pretty good gym. We found the restaurants a bit over priced for their ratings, but we did eat breakfast and occasionally lunch, at a simple coffee shop on site called Sweet Potatoes.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank mangosforaweek
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RSC1SquawValleyUSA, Manager at Resort at Squaw Creek, responded to this reviewResponded 14 October 2013

Dear mangosforaweek,

Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughtful review on Trip Advisor, I was delighted to read that you enjoyed your stay, especially the amazing hiking available at Lake Tahoe. Our concierges have many beautiful local hikes to recommend and we hope to welcome you back again soon to explore another extraordinary trail!

Warm regards,
Andre Priemer
Resort Manager

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Reviewed 8 October 2013

We attended a hospital conference there prior to the resort's November monthlong close. The staff is largely young, enthusiastic and friendly, if sometimes a bit uninformed about the resort's amenities. Only one of three restaurants were open -- in the bar -- but this is no normal "bar food." Great salads, hamburgers and fish and chips -- with enormous chunks of fish! We also enjoyed a Swedish massage in the spa, and our request for no-aromas was honored without a blink. The room was adequate with the bathroom smallish, and the floor tiles not quite squared evenly. Need better pillows, too. Only big gripe is that the daily base room rate had several add-on's -- $18.50 room tax, $12 resort fee, $20 valet parking, a resort amenity tax. We don't ski or play golf. So a $185 base pretty soon hit $226 per night. Very nice, very pricey.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled on business
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Reviewed 1 October 2013

The views are stunning. Waking up each morning to that view was such a pleasure. My suite was very comfortable and spacious. I thought this hotel had a fantastic idea to encourage energy savings. Every day that you declined laundry you got a five dollar gift certificate to spend in the shops! Service was efficient and very friendly. Food was just OK. Would recommend and would definitely stay again if I was back in Tahoe!

Stayed: September 2013, travelled on business
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Reviewed 30 September 2013

This hotel blew me away ! It's location . It's setting. The service.is quite beautiful with excellent service.They offer valet parking for I believe $20/night or free self parking which is a bit of a walk.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled solo
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Reviewed 30 September 2013

This is one of our favourite hotels in the world, and after a gap of about 2 years since our last visit we were very pleased to find it has not changed a bit. For the last few visits we had been allocated suite 939 (forest view fireplace deluxe suite) so now we usually request it, but on this occasion it was occupied so we were in 959. WOW!! a HUGE corner suite with amazing views.

It is not just the rooms that make this hotel great - the staff are absolutely fantastic, and are always there to greet you with a smile. We booked a guided hike, and we wish we had done it on our earlier visits. A staff member called Corey was our guide, along with a new girl (apologies, I can't remember her name!) and we were accompanied by Coreys dog as a 'natural, happy, bear repellent!' It was great soaking up the views and fresh air while climbing up boulders and rocks to get some good excercise! Next time we will try and get all the way to Shirley Lake!

Sandy's pub serves great quality food at reasonable prices, with huge portions! and we enjoyed sitting on the terrace with more great views and some live music. The pizza from the Sweet Potato Deli was fab, and we took the leftovers with us the following day when we continued our road trip.

I cannot say enough about how fab this place is, you can really enjoy the great outdoors then relax in luxurious surroundings in the evening. It is nice when the weather starts to cool a little bit, as they light the various fireplaces and fire pits throughout the property. We love sitting in the main lobby with a glass of wine or two playing chess.

Perfect!!

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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RSC1SquawValleyUSA, General Manager at Resort at Squaw Creek, responded to this reviewResponded 1 October 2013

Dear anon71,

Thank you for choosing to stay again at Resort at Squaw Creek for your recent visit to Lake Tahoe. We are delighted you were so happy with your room, our staff members, your guided hike and dinner at Sandy’s Pub. Glad to hear you were also a fan of Corey’s dog, the hike sounded wonderful!

We hope to welcome you back again soon!

Kind regards,
Eric Sather
General Manager

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