Top 5 Tahoe Resorts

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Lake Tahoe is a destination that easily makes it’s way to the top of anyone’s bucket list and there’s a good reason for that. If you’re reading this article, then we likely don’t have to tell you why you need to go to Tahoe. Instead, you’re probably looking for some hotel recommendations. We love Tahoe so much that we don’t want anyone to risk staying in the wrong place, as the wrong choice of accommodation can ruin any trip. So, if you’re heading to Tahoe and money is no object, then you’re definitely going to want to stay at one of these resorts!

All prices and information is based on research from 2022 and is subject to change. We are not affiliated with any of the properties described in this article, although we may receive a small commission when you book through our links (at no extra cost to you!).

  • 1. Edgewood Tahoe Resort

    Average Rating: 4.6/5 across multiple websites

    Price range: $550 – $900+ USD per night for 2 adults

    Why Edgewood Tahoe Resort?

    Location, location, location! Oh and it’s a 5-star resort with a private beach, spa, fitness center, on-site entertainment and of course a pool and hot tub.

    Highlights:

    • 5-star resort
    • Perfect location in Stateline, Nevade
    • Close to casinos and restaurants
    • Evening entertainment
    • Spa
    • Pool
    • Hot tub
    • Fitness center
    • Private beach
    • On-site restaurant and bar
    • 24-hour front desk

  • 2. The Landing Resort & Spa

    Average Rating: 4.2/5 across multiple websites

    Price Range: $630 – $900+ USD per night for 2 adults

    Why The Landing Resort & Spa?

    The Landing Resort & Spa is also perfectly located in South Lake Tahoe, California. The rooms are gorgeous and the full service spa guarantees maximum relaxation. Top that off with a rooftop terrace, a heated pool and an on-site restaurant and you may not want to leave.

    Highlights:

    • 5-star resort
    • Luxurious accommodations with heated bathroom floors
    • Free ski and snowboard storage
    • On-site restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner
    • Fitness center
    • Heated pool and hot tub
    • Rooftop tarrace
    • Fire pits
    • Lake-view patio

  • 3. The Village at Palisades Tahoe, Olympic Valley

    Average Rating: 4.3/5 across multiple websites

    Price Range: $280 – $980+ USD per night

    Why The Village at Palisades

    Due to it’s location at Squaw Valley Ski Resort, this is a fantastic option for those who want to hit the slopes first thing in the morning. You don’t even have to leave this resort if you don’t want to, as you can even have groceries delivered to cook up in your suite.

    Highlights:

    • 4-star resort
    • Fully-equipped kitchen in every room
    • Private balcony and fireplace
    • Sauna and fitness center
    • Grocery delivery services
    • On-site restaurant with panoramic views
    • 8 hot tubs
    • Ski storage

  • 4. Desolation Hotel

    Average Rating: 4.7/5 across multiple websites

    Price Range: $580 – $800+ USD per night

    Why Desolation Hotel?

    The desolation hotel is new location in Tahoe and that’s the only reason it comes in at number 4 on our list. Once more people review their stays, we’re certain it will quickly jump to one of the top stays in Tahoe.

    Highlights:

    • 4-star resort
    • New luxurious suites and apartments
    • Free bike rentals and outdoor pool
    • Balcony with every room
    • Fitness center and wellness facilities
    • Sauna
    • Ski storage
    • On-site restaurant

  • 5. Hyatt Residence Club Lake Tahoe

    Average Rating: 4.4/5 across multiple websites

    Price Range: $600+ per night

    Why Hyatt Residence Club?

    Located in beautiful Incline Village, this 4-star resort provides easy access to a myriad of outdoor activities as well as great views of the lake and surrounding area.

    Highlights:

    • 4-star resort
    • In-room kitchen
    • Heated outdoor swimming pool
    • Themed restaurants
    • Fire pits
    • Beachfront resort
    • Balcony

We absolutely loved our trip to Lake Tahoe and we’re confident you will too; especially if you stay at one of these recommended resorts. If you’re not quite sold on any of these, then please feel free to explore more hotel options with the search box, below. Likewise, if you plan on exploring the area, then we recommend renting a car, as this is the easiest way to get around the area.

More Travel Information for Lake Tahoe

If you want to learn more about Lake Tahoe before you go, then you’ll want to check out our Lake Tahoe Travel Guide, where we break down all the best tips and tricks for having a fantastic mountain lake vacation.

About the Authors

Authors Ryne and Denise Cook from He Said or She Said

Ryne and Denise Cook: We spent 3 weeks at Lake Tahoe and loved every second of it. The lake and surrounding area makes for a good time on any budget. This article focuses on the high end resorts that provide you with a truly unforgettable vacation.

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