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Rating: 2.00

Address: 4069 Cedar Ave, South Lake Tahoe, CA, 96150

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    Comments (2):

    1. Jackie T.
    This hotel needs a make over.  There are 2 separate buildings next to each other.  The ice machine in the building where I stayed at was missing so I walked to the main building trying to get ice.  But the ice-maker was not working and there was a chewing gum stuck in the machine where the ice would come out.  It looked kind of nasty.  When I was there last weekend, the driveway in the hotel parking lot was covered with hard ice pack.  I don't know how other hotels around it were able to manage to clear out the snow off the driveway except for this hotel.  Some parts of the driveway where water was drifting down from the roof top were clear of ice which then created holes.  Some SUVs were having hard time getting in and out of the hotel.  It was also very slippery that made me fall while I was walking to my car.  My elbows hit the ground as well as my back and my head.  The carpet looked as it was never vacuumed for a long time.  Towels were also not clean.  At night, there were kids screaming and playing.  I guess there was no curfew hour.  There was no breakfast provided which is all right with me because I'd not eat it anyway.  The only good thing about this hotel is location!  It is well within a walking distance to Harvey and Harrah's Casino.  And it is a block a way from gondola to Heavenly Ski Resort.  Nevertheless, I would not recommend staying at this hotel.

    18/02/08 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    2. Valkyrie H.
    My review is based on the level of the hotel. You can't review a 55-dollar-a-night hotel and expect it to be of the 100-dollar-a-night quality.

    We are budget travellers who frequent both North and South Lake Tahoe. A hotel is really just a bed for a night for us and we don't want to spend a lot of money.

    For this price range, this is one of the better places I've stayed.

    The mattresses were a little too soft for me, but the sheets were clean. Carpet in the room was new and clean. Bathroom was clean. Yeah, the bathroom could stand a new paint job, but who cares as long as it's clean. The shower was hot and had good water pressure. Important! Hot shower. Yeah!

    In-room mini fridge (worked), coffee pot with coffee provided, REAL water glasses (wow, it's been forever since I've seen that!), soap provided, TV worked fine.

    There is an outdoor hot tub and that was turned on and HOT for sure. The jets were lame, but the heat still felt good on tired skiing muscles. Many of the places in this price range no longer run their hot tubs. They always say they aren't working but I think they just shut them down because of the cost, and the economy has really hurt the independent hotel businesses up in Tahoe.

    The mangers (owners?) were very friendly and helpful.

    This is a great location--within walking distance to the big casinos. I would say it is further than a block from the Heavenly gondola though. It is definitely doable as a walk, but if you are walking with your ski gear, in your ski boots, it feels like longer than it is!  If you go here in the summer, it's within walking distance to the beach too.

    01/12/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0