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The Lodge at Kingsbury Crossing
Reviewed 3 June 2014

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.

Room Tip: We were in unit 57, third floor center, facing the forest. It was quiet. Don't know about the...
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  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 2 April 2014

Enjoyed the well laid out floor plan and the kitchen area. Very close to Stateline hotels and casinos. The property is clean and well maintained, beds were comfortable, pillows soft. Would stay again and would not hesitate to recommend to others. Only problem we encountered was weather related as there were many icy and slippery areas in common areas outside.

  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 24 March 2014

4 of us stayed March 16-23, 2014, and traded a 2 bedroom 2 bath, full kitchen, in condo laundry, for this 2 bedroom 1 bath studio kitchen with no in condo laundry, to ski Heavenly.

Pros:
1. It is very convenient to parking and lifts, grocery, and town
2. Extensive DVD library with the ability to check out 2 DVD’s at a time at no charge.
3. Gas fireplace in unit
4. Juliet balcony
5. Most kitchen items provided, including dishwasher, toaster, pots and pans, etc.
6. Tub is a modestly working Jacuzzi.
7. Clean and somewhat updated.

Cons:
1. The unit is SMALL. Much smaller than anything we have exchanged for a 2 bedroom.
2. All beds are queens. NO KINGS.
3. Kitchen area is tiny. No oven.
4. The guest bedroom wall is not finished to the ceiling. It is left open for some strange reason above the door, so it is hard to sleep if others are up watching TV, playing cards etc. We stuffed pillows up there.
5. The one bathroom is extremely small. It is split with the tub/shower and WC in a room with a door and the sink area is open to the living room/kitchen/dining room, with no door. Hard to get ready without everyone watching and the only other mirrors are on the inside back wall of the closets, behind your hanging cloths, and the closets don’t have lights in them. Impossible to use for makeup/hair etc. and hardly usable to check clothing because you are constantly moving the hanging cloths out of the way.
6. Front hall closet is filled with fans, ironing board, extra bedding, etc. so there is not much room for outerwear, ski clothes or guests cloths that are using the pull out couch as their bed. Hooks near door would be a welcome addition.
7. They charge for things we have found other condos include, billiards, laundry, hot chocolate at the coffee station. Bring quarters!
8. NO WIFI!

  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled with family
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2  Thank jennifer b
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Reviewed 9 March 2014

Our second season skiing at Tahoe and just love staying at Kingsburry Crossing. So much larger than a hotel room and nicer. The lobby is so quaint, nice continental breakfast on Saturday morning and helpful staff. Large hot tub for the end of a ski day is great. Free laundry room and easy location to reach everything that matters. They are remodeling the place in 2014 and 2015 and we saw the new room - very nice! We will stay here again.

  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled with family
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3  Thank Hisfriend
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Reviewed 22 February 2014

Stayed here for six nights in January/February.

Overall, a great hotel and great value - technically, it's not a hotel - it's a timeshare - but you can stay by the night without buying a share. Exclusively suites - one and two bedroom units. The living rooms are spacious, but the bedrooms are a bit cramped - also there are lots of doors that are challenging to work with (sliding doors to the bathroom that are difficult to pull out and accordion doors to the bedroom). The kitchen is sufficient for making a simple meal and all necessary pots/pans/plates are provided - also includes a dishwasher. Living room contains a fireplace that's great for drying your ski gear.

Hits:
Nice 10-person hot tub and a sauna (sauna takes a while to warm up) - you need to get a special key from the desk to access the sauna - odd!
Coffee provided in the lobby - and cookies/pastries on the weekends
An acceptable continental breakfast is served on Saturday mornings only
Pay-to-play game room

Misses:
Wi-Fi is available only in the lobby area - the connection speed is acceptable (okay for email, not great for graphics).
The lobby area closes at 10:00pm - so no Wi-Fi after that
The door-locks are temperamental - had to get keys re-coded multiple times

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 19 February 2014

Beautiful Lodge. Everything that we could need. One bedroom was perfect for a couple and loved the bonus of a fireplace and laundry facility. The staff were very helpful with all our questions. Had a great time even without much snow in Tahoe!

  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank tammyg
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Reviewed 16 February 2014 via mobile

They have 4/6 people suites with full fledged kitchen. Really well planned suites and the staff is pretty friendly. They also had coffee and desserts while checking in. You can borrow DVDs and board games also from the reception. Really enjoyed the stay. Wish we had stayed longer.

Stayed: February 2014, travelled with friends
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Address: 133 Deer Run Court, Stateline, NV 89449
Region: United States > Nevada > Lake Tahoe (Nevada) > Stateline
Amenities:
Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Kitchenette Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 10 Speciality Lodging in Stateline
Price Range: £82 - £178 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — The Lodge at Kingsbury Crossing 3*
Number of rooms: 63
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