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Rating: 3.42

Address: 3840 Pioneer Trl, South Lake Tahoe, CA, 96150

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    Comments (12):

    1. Michael T.
    This place was pretty lame.  We reserved our room through Priceline.  The had a few good reviews so we thought we would go for it.  The room was small and very outdated and very expensive. The staff was friendly but only because she smiled.  I think this place would be ok for $65 a night but we paid $125 a night plus tax. Would never stay there again.

    21/09/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    2. Frank D.
    Stayed here a week on a timeshare deal. The place is in a handy location to walk to casinos, shops, etc. Grounds and rooms are well worn but relatively well kept.
    Downside--bedroom was so small you had to shuffle along the wall to get into bed. No bedside tables, lamps, TV, etc. Kitchenette with microwave, toaster & coffee pot. Dishes and cups were scarce and dirty. No dishwasher in the place, and came with instructions to hand wash the dishes for the next guest. YUCK! For weekly guest, one maid service during the week.
    Management office closes at 8pm, and the staff goes home. If you need assistance after that time, they have a callout fee!
    If you need a place to crash after a day of skiing, this should work for you. It is not a place to spend any time in a resort environment.

    18/09/09 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    3. Christa B.
    Great location between casinos and heavenly. Shuttle ski pickup right out front too. Can walk across the street to little mini mart.  Didn't like the one bedroom unit because the bathroom in bedroom and the living / kitchen area very small for a timeshare. Weekend getaway perfect but not for a long extended stay with family.

    15/02/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    4. Paul C.
    My wife sort of likes this place because it's pretty clean and pretty modernized, I hate it because it's charmless and has a bunch of little stupid flaws that add up in my mind to suckage. I'd stay here again if I didn't have other options, but I wouldn't recommend to a friend.

    Very good location near Stateline and Heavenly
    The full-kitchen suite room was fairly large
    Lockers for board/ski gear downstairs
    Outdoor jacuzzi which is cool if it's snowing
    Recently upgraded tile and paint inside the room
    Newish furnishings, pull-out second bed wasn't bad, etc.
    Baseboard heaters keep it warm
    Decent teflon pans.
    The sliding closet door was broken and they fixed it, sort of.
    The wall art are unique photos of the lake area, not the standard Walmart sort, or stupid drawing of skiing bears.  Nice touch.
    The front desk staff were good: they answered the phone promptly, clear about what they told us, were polite, etc.

    Either the cheap carpet or bedding or something gave me a massive four day allergy attack, which is something that never has happened in dozens of vacation rentals or usual life.
    The place is poorly maintained and appointed in weird little ways - like the hairdryer - a new uninstalled one with attached wall mount was in the bathroom  taking up 1/3 of the counter and the old wall mount still on the wall - so I used my pocket tool and fixed it in two minutes, but why me and not them?  
    The fridge has a broken door shelf
    The disposal has no teeth
    The lighting is dim and in weird places
    The TVs are old school and there's one VCR and no DVD.
    The bathroom is only accessible through the bedroom, so if you have guests there will be privacy problems.
    They need some drawers or something in the living room for guests to use.
    The walls need shelves and hangers - we wound up draping things on all the lights and furniture.
    I had to ask for a sponge (wtf?) and extra pillows.
    The tableware is a extra cheap set for four - so you are constantly out of cups, spoons, etc.
    The cooking knives suck, slicing an orange was an ordeal.  
    They need basic kitchen things like a salad bowl.
    There wasn't a bathroom in the lobby.  
    One way parking lot that's hard to exit

    Probably what set the negative tone for me was that they have a little  rip off scam where they charge you an extra $70 by "mistake".  The deal is with RCI is that short stays cost an extra $70, but a full week shouldn't.  Well this place tries to charge it to you even if you have the full week.  I saw this on a trip advisor review and they did it to us too.  We were very up front with them and demanded that they didn't and they backed off.  But this isn't usually a problem at other places.

    It's a funny thing - they can over-price stuff and I don't care - like have a store and sell $5 toothbrushes, or charge me $40  to put chains on my car or something - as long as I don't feel they are stealing.  When someone tries to play me I get pissed.

    22/12/09 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    5. Cass K.
    It is a place to stay, but that is about it.  The room was clean and the bathroom of the unit we were in was large and worked well. The parking is horrible.  The bed not the most comfortable and it was only a double. The walls were thin.  We could here the conversations in the room next door and they were not talking all that loud.  I will pass on staying here again.

    25/06/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    6. Brian K.
    This place is great!  It's always clean, has a friendly staff and has a rustic charm which I like.  I've stayed at this hotel twice and it's gotten better since my last stay.  The bathrooms and kitchens seemed have been remodeled.  

    I really like the cabin style furniture, location and kitchens in the rooms.  It also has a cozy lobby, new TVs, hot tub and a helpful staff.

    14/01/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    7. Brian L.
    Very friendly staff, nicely located within walking distance of "the main drag".  Even with no vacancy, was relatively quiet. Our room stepped out into the big grassy area, which added to the appeal (I'd say its a must).  The room feels more like a hotel, than a suite, but adequate.

    01/12/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    8. Steph M.
    The Lodge at Lake Tahoe was a great stay for my family of 6! Included a great heated pool where my kiddos cannonballed and belly flopped in! The hot tub was nice and luxurious, especially with a glass of wine or two, or seven! I also recommend the book "TTYL" located in the book section near the boardgames!  The lodge included fun board games, books, and even a seated shower! The lodge was SO COZY we barely left our room! Besides once to get my Pumpkin Spiced Latte and Baileys (LOL!) :P. Family fun weekend at the Lodge at Lake Tahoe! My kids and I will be back!

    30/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    9. Kay P.
    Stayed here for a week as a timeshare.  They also rent out rooms as in a hotel at a very reasonable rate considering the facility.  Our room was one bath, one bedroom (king size) with a full kitchen.  The facility is in excellent condition.
    While the room is very comfortable, the facilities are not as extensive as the usual timeshare.  It has a couple of gas bbq, pool, grass area with volleyball net and horseshoe.  We stayed in room 301 which I would recommend.  In the summer the rooms around the pool should be avoided unless you have children who are going to be playing in the pool. The rooms by the back parking on the first floor should also be avoided.
    It is within walking distance of Heavenly Village and shopping centers.  The other hotels and apartments around this facility are generally not in as good of condition.

    03/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    10. Quinn Z.
    Loved my time here!! Hidden gem.
    We stayed in the one bedroom room. Had a kitchen, dining, living, bedroom, and bathroom. Kitchen utensils/cookware were provided. The kitchen had a refrigerator, oven, stove, toaster. We were fortunate enough to have stayed here when there weren't that many hotel guests around. The reason I say that is because having the hot tub and pool all to ourselves was great. I enjoyed having the trees so close to me while swimming. The other cool part was that I got to see a bear for the first time. It was munching on garbage in the parking lot late at night :)

    30/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    11. Jordan P.
    This magical lodge is a hidden gem of Lake Tahoe. Pool and spa amenities were on point and we saw a black bear walking in the street without even having to leave our room! It's in walking distance of the boarder of Cali and NV. Starbucks is in rock throwing distance which is an absolute MUST for anyone who is human. I would stay here again just for the seated shower.

    28/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    12. Holly C.
    One of my favorite hotels. Ever. My family and I checked into the lodge last minute on labor day. Priceline had nothing available in tahoe so we drove around and found this little place. We checked into the room which had a kitchenette and a separate bedroom. Super clean and cabin like decor =) they even had real wine glasses. ..for the rum and cokes of course.  The pool area was really relaxing because you could see the mountains & pine trees. My 5 year old daughter and i went exploring around the property.  We Found a huge grass area in the back complete with gas grills. Super cool.

    The staff was really friendly too. (Young man & woman working the front desk & the hippie lookin grounds keeper)

    Tip! You can check out board games at the front desk!!!!Oh my freaking gosh that is the coolest thing ever! Order a pizza and then your set!

    13/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0