We booked this using our GeoHoliday Points. The reservation process was easy,, check in was easy and our room was great. This is a rather small resort, so they don't offer many activities. The only thing they offered was a breakfast on Saturday morning. It was a great breakfast of fresh fruit, muffins, biscuits, cinnamon rolls, oatmeal, yogurt, and coffee, tea, and oj. There was plenty and it was good. There was not a swimming pool, but a rather large spa that was heated perfectly. I was the only one in there. I imagine it is crowded during ski season. We had a one bedroom suite, which was more than adequate for 2, but was rather small and only had one window/sliding glass door. The balcony was really narrow, no room for a chair. There was adequate lighting and ceiling fans as well as an additional floor fan in the closet, if needed. No A/C, but we certainly did not need it. The kitchenette was fine and we prepared most of our meals in. BBQ's were outside and very large. As others have mentioned, there was some quirkiness with the pocket doors and light switches. I will say about some of the negative comments is that this is really not a hotel, so don't expect it to be. It is an ownership resort that does rent out rooms when available. As such, they do not make your bed every day as in a hotel, and because people cook in the kitchen, and they sometimes leave a real mess, there is a cleaning fee if you haven't made an attempt to clean. There is a dishwasher, soap, and sponge, etc. If you load the dishwasher and start it before you leave, emplty the fridge, etc., there will not be a cleaning fee. If you want your towels, linens exchanged, they will do that every day for you. Just leave them in the laundry basket. They do poke their heads in every day even if you have the do not disturb sign out. I can imagine this is to check and at least take out the trash for you. Perhaps they have had a problem, especially during ski season when young adults book a room for 4 and then load it up with 6 or 8 to save costs for themselves. They are only protecting the owner's investment, which I appreciate. They will also replenish soap, shampoo, etc. if you ask. I have been at timeshare resorts where they only exchange towels/linens once midweek during your stay and you have to empty your own trash. So this one is a cut above, if you ask me. We stayed the last of May, first part of June. It was quiet and restful. Everything Lake Tahoe has to offer was really close - the water sports, skiing, casinos, etc. I was at first alarmed that they had us on the third floor, but it turned out to be fine because there was an elevator (I just had a knee surgery). The landscaping is beautiful with nice quiet seating areas as well as beautiful lobby with huge fireplace. The only reason I gave location a 4 instead of 5 was that it didn't have a view of the lake or really even the mountains. i would definitely recommend this resort,, though.
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