Hotel at a Glance: Lake Arrowhead Resort & Spa
Set in the San Bernardino mountains, the deep-blue Lake Arrowhead is a popular destination for its boating, fishing, and luxurious resorts. Lavish estates and private docks line the shore, and fishing charters and dinner cruises launch throughout the day. The Lake Arrowhead Resort & Spa has gorgeous mountain views and is set right on the lake. Though boating on Lake Arrowhead is usually reserved for local residents, you’re free to use the resort’s private boat during your stay. You’ll also have access to a private beach.
- Go swimming: The resort features an outdoor pool and a private beach along the shore of Lake Arrowhead where you can also boat, fish, or jet-ski.
- Enjoy dinner on the waterfront: At BIN189, the hotel’s waterfront restaurant, you can enjoy dishes such as herb-crusted lamb provencale and Hawaiian butterfish as well as a wide array of fine wines.
- A room with a view: The recently renovated guest rooms feature swiveling flatscreen TVs and Anichini linens. Most rooms also have private balconies.
- Pamper yourself at the onsite spa: You can get a shiatsu massage or a papaya enzyme facial at Spa of the Pines
- Shopping right next door: The Lake Arrowhead Village features 50 specialty shops, lakefront restaurant, and a free summer concert series.
- Optional nature walks: You can sign up for a walking tour of the lake or a guided nature hike at the resort’s front desk.
- Hollywood history: A number of movies have been filmed onsite, including Just for You, 1952 film starring Bing Crosby, Ethel Barrymore, and Natalie Wood.
Lake Arrowhead, California: Exclusive Resort Town with Private Boating Lake, Shopping, and World-Class Skiing
Lake Arrowhead is nestled at an elevation of 5,100 feet in the San Bernardino National Forest, home to mountains commonly known as “The Alps of Southern California.” San Diego and Los Angeles are both located within a 2.5 hour drive, and city-dwellers flock to Lake Arrowhead to ski waterfront slopes, go wine tasting in boutique vineyards, hike portions of the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, or go boating.
Lake Arrowhead has always been privately owned, and the docks dotting the shores are reserved for local homeowners. But there are many ways to get out on the water for visitors: take a narrated tour of Lake Arrowhead aboard the Lake Arrowhead Queen, or rent water skis and wakeboards from McKenzie Water Ski School.
Another popular gathering spot is Lake Arrowhead Village, which is home to clothing boutiques, waterfront restaurants, and a free summer concert series. The new Lake Arrowhead Trolley offers a 45-minute tour around town that spotlights the local history and movies that have been filmed here over the years. You’ll also be able to catch glimpses of the lavish homes and gated communities that have made this resort area one of SoCal’s most desirable.
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