The Summit Tahoe Condo with a complex pool and hot tub.
This updated 2 bedroom, 1. 5 bath condo, is an end unit adjacent to the forest and across from the clubhouse with pool, hot tub, pool table, ping pong and exercise equipment. A few blocks to the Heavenly California Base lodge, 1/2 mile to Lake Tahoe and Ski Run Marina, approximately 1 mile to the Nevada side casinos.
Come to the mountains and relax in this centrally located town home style condo. The living room, dining area kitchen and half bath are located up one flight of stairs. The third level has two bedrooms, full bath and a laundry room. There are decks off the living room and bedrooms.
The living room has a pull out couch, flat screen TV and comfortable seating by the gas fireplace.
The well equipped kitchen features granite counters, flat surface electric stove, dishwasher and everything you need to create a vacation feast. The dining room table seats 6. The deck on this level has a propane BBQ. Upstairs you will find two bedrooms Bedroom 1 room has a queen bed and flatscreen TV. Bedroom 2 has a King size bed and flat screen TV (huge closet big enough for a small child to make a nest).
Unit Sleeps 4 in beds, 2 on pull out couch, maximum occupancy 6. 2 cars allowed, one in carport and one in the guest parking area.
Clubhouse with Pool, hot tub, ping pong, pool table and exercise equipment is open 10:00am-10:00pm every day except for Wednesday when it closes at 5:00pm
BRING YOUR BOAT, WATER CRAFT, AND PADDLE BOARDS!!
Wonderful Lake View Condo! Just steps from the outdoor pool, tennis courts and private beach! Great views of the Marina, Lake, and surrounding Mountains can be enjoyed from the living room, master bedroom and two decks. Located in the prestigious Tahoe Keys, just minutes from skiing and the casinos. Watch the boats come and go with your own channel view patio. You are just seconds away from open water from your dock.
Bedroom 2: Queen
Bedroom 3: Twin/over full and a twin
A guest pool pass is $7.00 per day person. A seven (7) day Guest pass may be purchased for $30. Children five (5) years and under are admitted free with an adult pass holder.
A guest tennis pass may be purchased for $15 per person per day. A seven (7) day Guest pass may be purchased for $60.00. You will need your guest rental contract with you to purchase passes.
Guest passes may be purchased at the pool or at the Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association office, to the left of the outdoor pool.
A beautiful townhome located in the heart of Lakeland Village Beach and Mountain Resort, just a short stroll down the path to the Lake, private beach, pier, lakefront pool and spa, and tennis courts . The resort sits on over 19 acres of landscaped common areas and pristine beachfront. Centrally located in South Lake Tahoe with easy access to ski resorts, restaurants, shopping, and Tahoe nightlife. Or if seeking a quiet retreat curl up in front of the fireplace and relax and enjoy.
This unit is a three level town home, entry level has two bedrooms and a full bath, the living area, kitchen and a second full bath are on the second floor and there is a loft on the third level.
Tour of the home:
Full Bath, tile shower, 2 sinks set in a granite counter
Bedroom 1 has a king bed, television
Bedroom 2 has two double beds and television
Full bath with tile shower, 2 sinks set in a granite counter
Open great room
Flat screen TV, DVD, VHS, WIFI
Dining area with table that seats 6
counter seating for 4
Fully equipped kitchen: electric stove, microwave,
Full bath with tile shower
Third level loft with two double beds
City of South Lake Tahoe Permit # 7837
If you are thinking of booking a trip to Lake Tahoe, you will find no shortage of places to stay. From casinos to boutique hotels to vacation rentals of all shapes and sizes, you may find yourself overwhelmed by all the options. Really, you shouldn’t need a vacation after trying to book your vacation, but sometimes it may feel that way. If you are on the fence with whether to book a hotel room or vacation home in Lake Tahoe, read below for some of the perks that come with choosing a vacation rental.
More bang for your buck
When picking a vacation home over a hotel room in the United States, you are getting more square footage and typically at a cheaper rate than a night stay in a hotel or casino. After all, the average size of a hotel room is 400 sqft with an average cost of $118. A condo that sleeps 6 is on average 3 times the size of a hotel room and can be snagged for roughly $100 a night.
You save money on food
When you rent a vacation home, you have access to a full sized kitchen with all the tools and supplies to whip up a culinary delight. Of course while on vacation, you will want to eat out for a meal or two, but if you are feeding a large crew, especially after a busy day on the slopes or the hiking trail, that kitchen will save hundreds of dollars potentially spent on eating out. We read one report that states the average cost of eating out per person while on vacation in the U.S. is $30. We feel that after tax and tip, it is most likely a bit more than that for Lake Tahoe, but if you add up $30 for say 3 people-that is $90 a day just on food. After multiple days, you are looking at a big chunk of moola that could be otherwise saved or spent on lift tickets, boat cruises or souvenir shopping. Let us also factor in that if you have any food allergies in the group, you can rest assured when cooking at home that there will be no last minute trips to the emergency room or doctor’s office.
Laundry Services are free
Spills happen, and when you only have a limited amount of your wardrobe at your disposal, it is nice to be able to wash clothing in a timely manner and without extra cost to you. When staying at a home, you have access to a washer and dryer. When staying at a hotel, you have to pay extra for the laundry services or take time out of your vacation to go hang out at a laundry mat. When traveling with children, this feature alone is worth its weight in gold. Plus, how nice is it to pack clean clothes before you leave so you don’t have to worry about laundry when you get home?
Entertainment is free
Since most homes come with TV’s, DVD’s, game consoles and more, you can have a relaxing day watching a movie without having to add on an extra $10-$15 to your bill. In a hotel room, you are looking at an almost 200% markup for 90 minutes of that box office hit.
No Hidden fees
Before you rent a vacation home, the cost is laid out for you on a contract that you sign, including deposits and cleaning fees. In fact, most of these expenses can be found online before you even make the call to Pinnacle Lake Tahoe Getaways to book your Lake Tahoe vacation rental. At a hotel, you have the entertainment costs, internet costs, valet and room services (don’t forget about the tips in addition to the base price!) as well as other little additional costs that generally add up quickly and with little warning.
You get to live like a local
When renting a vacation home, you get the true Lake Tahoe experience by seeing how the locals live. You get access to the perks of whatever neighborhood you choose to stay in such as trails out your back door, a quick walk to the lake, first chair at Heavenly’s California lodge or first come, first serve at the popular brunch spot that is right next door. You may even strike up a conversation with neighbors that give you more local tips you wouldn’t find out from the hotel.
To get more information on vacation rentals in Lake Tahoe, visit www.laketahoegetaways.com or call us at 1-866-407-0245.
What is your cancellation policy?
Life happens. Weather, a family emergency and many more scenarios can put a hold on vacation plans, or cancel them altogether. Before booking a vacation home for rent, it is advisable to find out what the cancellation policy is. It will be covered in the contract you sign, but so many people don’t pay attention to the fine print, it is a good idea to get a heads up of what is expected of you if something causes you to cancel last second. Plus, it is always nice to know how much of the deposit you lose, if you can book a new date and more in this situation.
How do you check in?
This may seem silly, but many people don’t factor in what happens if they arrive late or after hours. You also want to make sure there is a secure location for you to pick up the key. Many owners use lock boxes or keyless entry codes, but if a key needs to be exchanged, it is a good idea to figure out how exactly you are going to get in.
How many keys do we get?
If your Lake Tahoe vacation home does not come with a keyless entry code or lock box, it is good to know the answer to this. If you are traveling with a large group that has varied interests in activities, you will want to know ahead of time how the key situation will work so you can designate who gets a key and have a back up plan for entry when all of you want to go separate places.
How many cars are allowed?
This is an important one in Lake Tahoe. Vacation Homes in Lake Tahoe cap how many cars can park at the property based on the size of the driveway. If you’re traveling with a big party of people, you will need to figure out the car situation ahead of time so asking how many cars you can have at a property is incredibly important.
What happens in the event that something breaks or there is an issue?
Make sure to find out who to call to report an issue ahead of time. As we stated above, life happens. After continual use, household items can break. Ask during the booking who you can call in the event that you need maintenance help.
How does cleaning work?
This topic always seems to be an issue for some folks. As every home has a different cleaning policy, you will want to find out what the policy is of the home you are renting. Does the price include cleaning, is there an extra cleaning fee, are there things expected of you before you leave the property? What happens in the event that the home is left exceptionally dirty and you are unable to clean before you leave for varying circumstances? It is a good idea to find out the answers to these questions before you arrive.
What equipment is available for use within the home?
Some homes come fully equipped with baby gear, recreational toys and more all for the benefit of the guests. Find out ahead of time what is on site so you know what to pack and what you can use upon arrival.
What activities are nearby?
Most homes are in close proximity to ski resorts, trails, beaches and activities, but it is a good idea to find out what is nearby if you have something specific in mind. Make sure to double check ski resort closing dates if you are planning a spring ski trip.
If you have more questions, feel free to visit us at www.laketahoegetaways.com or call us at 1-866-407-0245.