Boasting more than 71 miles of shoreline around the largest alpine lake in the US, as well as more than 274 days of sunshine, there is much to inspire North Lake Tahoe meetings.
“Must-try” VIP experiences around North Lake Tahoe include a private cruise on the Thunderbird Yacht, an iconic wooden luxury speedboat that has been in service since the Great Depression, followed by an exclusive dinner at the historic Thunderbird Lodge. Or host a private reception at the Olympic Museum at Squaw Valley, including a meet-and-greet with one of North Lake Tahoe’s local gold medalists. They will even bring the medal for selfie opportunities.
“Luxury in North Lake Tahoe is defined by an understated elegance,” says Jason Neary, director of conference sales at North Lake Tahoe. “It’s an authentic, timeless ambiance that has developed organically over time. We have five-star luxury resorts, exquisite lakefront hotels, ski-in/ski-out properties and all of the amenities you would expect from a world-class destination without any of the pretentious attitude you might find elsewhere. Tahoe prides itself on authenticity that you won’t find in a destination that has been overrun with all of the usual brand name outlets.”
New openings include the Tahoe City Lodge, which is set to open in fall 2018. The lodge will offer 118 total rooms, including 78 one- and two-bedroom suites, plus a rooftop deck and meeting facilities. The Boulder Bay Resort & Wellness Center in Crystal Bay is also in the planning stages. It will be a multi-phased project that will replace the current Tahoe Biltmore in Crystal Bay. The mixed-use space is set to offer retail, restaurants, a 10,000-sf casino, 20,000-sf health and wellness center and 300-room hotel.