Heavenly Inn is a boutique hotel just a few minutes' walk from the south shore of Lake Tahoe. Its spacious Mountain suites have fully equipped kitchenettes and TVs with HBO. When it's time to venture out, general managers Debbie and Joe Letosky are happy to provide insider tips and discounts for the best places to dine and local activities (and to try to learn everyone's name).
Lake Tahoe is within walking distance, as are casinos, shops, and casual restaurants.
Private beach access is just a quarter mile away and available to guests of Heavenly Inn.
Heavenly Mountain Resort features ski lifts and gondolas, and is within walking distance.
Check out an iPad 3 for free (subject to availability) at the front desk to use during your stay.
South Lake Tahoe, California: Year-Round Haven for Outdoor Adventures and Late-Night Revelry
Lake Tahoe has no real off-season; people find ways to make use of its pristine water, beaches, and mountains all year long. In the summer, the lake's clear, freshwater surface—which straddles the California-Nevada border—is dotted with swimmers, boaters, and jet skiers. Several ski resorts with world-class slopes typically stay open from November to April, and Emerald Bay State Park is accessible year-round. A moderately easy hike to the base of Lower Eagle Falls reveals breathtaking views of the waterfalls crashing down from above.
A diverse crowd gathers at night for South Lake Tahoe's various events, which range from wine and food festivals to rock concerts and fireworks displays.