Lake Tahoe Hotels & Lodgings

No matter your budget, the season, town or purpose for your vacation, Lake Tahoe hotels, inns, lodges and cabins are numerous and cater to practically any desire. From the no-nonsense motels to the swankier resorts, your choices of Lake Tahoe hotels will keep you as pampered as you want or don’t want to be. Lake Tahoe lodgings range from familiar hotel chains to homey log cabins, and the options in between blend the endearingly kitschy with upscale authenticity to create a diverse selection of places to stay.

You can find this range of options in all the towns around the lake, but the South Lake Tahoe hotels are the most in number and the most diverse of Lake Tahoe lodgings since you have everything from lakefront resorts to small hotels to casino grandness. Kings Beach hotels are also varied, with some of the older, cool motor hotels existing in harmony with higher end lodges and condos. But all Lake Tahoe hotels have something interesting and value-added to offer. Take advantage of free continental breakfasts, WiFi and access to beaches or ski slopes.

Varieties of Lake Tahoe Hotels

If you’re looking for hotels that feature cozy lodges with log exteriors and artisanal designed interiors, check out the Truckee hotel options. This cool, Western-influenced town can offer you sports-influenced hotels, rooms in historic buildings in the middle of town and national chains. Other accommodations, like Squaw Valley hotels, are greatly influenced by the ski slopes and mountain setting. In between snowboarding down black diamond trails and exploring mountain trails on foot on bike, you can curl up next to a crackling fireside in your charmingly rustic room while watching the snow fall gently outside. Other Lake Tahoe accommodations, like Incline Village hotels, take advantage of both the beach and mountain setting. If you’re looking for an experience intricately tied to Mother Nature, Tahoe City hotels are a great bet. The lake, and your proximity to it, figures into most properties’ appeal.  

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Check out the listings below to see which Lake Tahoe hotels invite you in during your visit.

Lake Tahoe Hotels by Area

South Lake Tahoe | Truckee | Tahoe City & West Shore | Squaw Valley & Alpine Meadows
Kings Beach & North Shore Incline Village & Crystal Bay

Lake Tahoe Hotels by Category

Edgewood Tahoe

Edgewood Tahoe
Lake Tahoe Place to Stay
100 Lake Parkway, Stateline, NV
(775) 588-3566

Edgewood Tahoe is the definition of elegance. From beautiful accommodations to a well-appointed spa, Edgewood Tahoe is designed for those who enjoy the finer things in life. But what sets Edgewood apart is its golf course. The golf course at Edgewood Tahoe is set, as the name implies, against the Nevada forest and along the shore of Lake Tahoe. Renowned within the golfing world for... read more

Edgewood Tahoe is the definition of elegance. From beautiful accommodations to a well-appointed spa, Edgewood... read more

Granlibakken Tahoe

Lake Tahoe Place to Stay
725 Granlibakken Road, Tahoe City, CA
(877) 552-6301

Granlibakken Tahoe is tucked away in the forested hills framing Lake Tahoe. Located just a few minutes from Tahoe City, Granlibakken is a resort center that invokes the meaning of quaint hospitality while at the same time offering a plethora of options to create the perfect vacation. From a fine dining restaurant that serves culinary art to a conference center that holds annual events such... read more

Granlibakken Tahoe is tucked away in the forested hills framing Lake Tahoe. Located just a... read more

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Lake Tahoe Place to Stay
50 U.S. Highway 50, Stateline, NV
(775) 588-1010

In the 1960s and '70s, South Shore had the Sahara Tahoe, and Elvis Presley was a regular performer there. In the '80s, it became the High Sierra, and in the '90s it was known as the Horizon. Fast-forward to the present and we now have the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, the newest of the Stateline resorts. The showroom is now known as Vinyl, an... read more

In the 1960s and '70s, South Shore had the Sahara Tahoe, and Elvis Presley was... read more

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino

Lake Tahoe Place to Stay
111 Country Club Drive, Incline Village, NV
(775) 832-1234

Nestled in the Sierra Nevada on the shore of Lake Tahoe, Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino is a year-round destination with something for everyone. Their lodging includes 422 guestrooms and 24 lakeside cottages with fireplaces. Several restaurants, bars and lounges occupy their 26 acres, including fine dining on the lake and a floating pier with a bar. The 24-hour casino has 16... read more

Nestled in the Sierra Nevada on the shore of Lake Tahoe, Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe... read more

Lakeside Inn

Lakeside Inn and Casino
Lake Tahoe Place to Stay
168 U.S. Highway 50, Stateline, NV
(775) 589-2313

Lakeside Inn, part of the Lakeside Inn and Casino complex, has earned a reputation as a great value. This property has a Sierra-lodge theme, and that carries over into the hotel rooms, furnished with rustic furniture and smooth-hewn wood paneling. Another feature that sets the Lakeside apart from other hotels and resorts is the property’s commitment to being fee free. There are no hidden charges,... read more

Lakeside Inn, part of the Lakeside Inn and Casino complex, has earned a reputation as... read more

MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa

Lake Tahoe Place to Stay
55 U.S. Highway 50, Stateline, NV
(888) 950-5062

In its previous incarnation, MontBleu was known as Caesars Tahoe, and in addition to drawing entertainment giants to perform there, sports was a major theme of the resort. It had a long and storied history of boxing matches and played a significant role in the Celebrity Golf Championships at Edgewood. Changing names in 2006, the casino resort took on a hipper and edgier character, reflected... read more

In its previous incarnation, MontBleu was known as Caesars Tahoe, and in addition to drawing... read more

Mourelatos Lakeshore Resort

Lake Tahoe Place to Stay
6834 North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe Vista, CA
(530) 546-9500

Mourelatos Lakeshore Resort is a family-owned lodge that provides the full array of necessities for a family-fun Lake Tahoe vacation. The resort is a culmination of 32 rooms and 250 feet of private waterfront. The rooms are all modern, spacious and comfortable, and each has its own special unobstructed view of Lake Tahoe. Rentable for group events like weddings, family reunions or business meetings, the... read more

Mourelatos Lakeshore Resort is a family-owned lodge that provides the full array of necessities for... read more

Northstar Lodge by Welk Resorts

Northstar California Resort
Village at Northstar
Lake Tahoe Place to Stay
970 Northstar Drive, Truckee, CA
(530) 562-3900

If Downton Abbey was in the High Sierra instead of in the English countryside, it would look like Northstar Lodge by Welk Resorts. The lodge has a mountain-stone and wood appearance that is at once rugged and luxurious, and it sits at the base of the Northstar ski resort. Accommodations include studios and two- and three-bedroom lodgings and you can book a room for a night or two... read more

If Downton Abbey was in the High Sierra instead of in the English countryside, it... read more

Olympic Village Inn

Lake Tahoe Place to Stay
1909 Chamonix Place, Olympic Valley, CA
(530) 581-6000

Tucked in close to the ski area, but still a little bit out of the hustle and bustle of the Village at Squaw Valley's sometimes hectic atmosphere, Olympic Village Inn is a high-end lodge perfect for families. Decorated as if centered in the Alps, the property is unique in that it is fairly spread out, accentuated with water features and natural garden areas. Included is... read more

Tucked in close to the ski area, but still a little bit out of the... read more

Pine Cone Resort

Lake Tahoe Place to Stay
601 U.S. Highway 50, Zephyr Cove, NV
(844) 207-9157

The Pine Cone Resort is one of the very few lodgings on the Nevada side of South Shore that isn't part of one of the casinos. And the neon sign out front isn't retro … it's original. The resort has been here since 1955 providing a place to stay for generations of Tahoe visitors. The property consists of five two-story chalets, and each one has... read more

The Pine Cone Resort is one of the very few lodgings on the Nevada side... read more

Rodeway Inn Casino Center

Lake Tahoe Place to Stay
4127 Pine Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe, CA
(530) 541-7150

In the middle of Lake Tahoe’s famed gambling action and natural beauty, the Rodeway Inn Casino Center offers many amenities – plus a free full breakfast to start the day. Just yards from the California and Nevada state line, a car is not required to get to the fun. Just walk to the casinos to take in a show, enjoy a scrumptious meal or test... read more

In the middle of Lake Tahoe’s famed gambling action and natural beauty, the Rodeway Inn... read more

Stateline Economy Inn

Lake Tahoe Place to Stay
966 La Salle Street, South Lake Tahoe, CA
(530) 544-2912

Stateline Economy Inn is one of the larger motels near the Heavenly Village and Village Center, across the street and a half-block toward the lake. Rooms range from one bed on up to two-bedroom family suites. There is an outdoor seasonal pool and a year-round hot tub. WiFi and breakfast are free, and there are kitchen appliances in all rooms. This is both a pet-friendly... read more

Stateline Economy Inn is one of the larger motels near the Heavenly Village and Village... read more