Tucked at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in North Lake Tahoe California, just steps away from the legendary ski lifts of Squaw Valley, PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn was built as the home for the 1960 Winter Olympic delegation. Comfortable and casually elegant, this Lake Tahoe mountain escape offers an intimate resort experience, complete with fine dining and an attentive staff that’s dedicated to making your stay everything you dreamed of. From the mountains to the lake, there’s ample opportunity for outdoor adventure.
Resort at Squaw Creek sits at the base of Squaw Valley ski resort, the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics, just minutes from Lake Tahoe. The Resort offers ski-in, ski-out access to the mountain and 405 luxurious guest rooms and suites with a “mountain meets modern” ambiance.
Accolades for this AAA four-diamond resort include being ranked among the top 50 ski hotels in North America by Conde Nast Traveler magazine, and being a finalist for “Best Mountain Hotel/Resort” in the 2016 Sunset Magazine Travel Awards.
The resort boasts a cross-country ski center, ice-skating rink, heated swimming pools, full-service spa, health and fitness center, shopping arcade, and multiple dining options.
The Squaw Valley Lodge is located only yards from the lifts. Located at the base of Squaw Valley Ski Resort, this lodge offers condominiums of various sizes. A Squaw Valley ski-in, ski-out location with easy access to two chair lifts, featuring world-class amenities, convenient to all of the area’s winter activities! Enjoy shopping, dining and nightlife only steps away in Squaw Valley’s alpine village.
Between your days on the slopes, lounging in your condominium suite and après ski in the Village, you are guaranteed to leave with a lifetime of memories. Spacious and well appointed, the condominium suites blend all the comforts of home with hotel amenities and services. Each suite features a fully equipped kitchenette and designer furnishings.
The Village at Squaw Valley is a pedestrian village at the base of Squaw Valley, with approximately 300 condominiums and more than 40 boutique shops, restaurants, and galleries. Several condominium buildings encircle the plaza area, ranging from 50 to 300 yards from the Squaw Valley Cable Car ski lift at the base of the mountain.