This resort, now operated by Diamond Resorts International, was formerly an Embassy Vacation Resort.
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San Jose, California
August 27, 2003
Definitely ask for a room facing the lake or you'll be looking at the parking lot or Hwy. 50. The resort is three stories with rooms that have a main door off the hall way and small entry hall dividing into side "A" and side "B." When you walk into side "A" you are in the living room, dining, and full kitchen area. All the amenities of home, although the units do not have washer/dryers. The master bedroom is spacious and large, but could use more lighting. The master bath is very large with enclosed Jacuzzi tub and double sinks. Side "B" has a mini kitchen (sink, dishes, refrigerator), hotel size bathroom with enclosed tub/shower, two queen/double bed. Three TVs in all.
The front desk personnel are extremely efficient and courteous. The conceirge could use a refresher course in people skills. The sales team is courteous, though try a number of times even after you've said "no." Restaurant is probably the one area that could use improvement. Resort activities on-site are limited, but there is so much to do off site that this is ok.
From journal Tahoe - Kenny Loggins weekend
WALL, New Jersey
August 17, 2003
From journal Ski Tahoe
July 18, 2003
From journal Lake Tahoe
Fort Worth, Texas
June 30, 2003
From journal Restful Week at Lake Tahoe
June 18, 2003
Free valet parking due to limited self parking. Lake view is best, other view of mountains and parking.
Full kitchen was excellent, free washer and dryer down hallway, two chair balcony. Bed was uncomfortable.
From journal Lake Tahoe Getaway
Fort Collins, Colorado
June 2, 2003
From journal Blue, blue Lake Tahoe
March 6, 2003
From journal Skiing in Tahoe
February 14, 2003
From journal Skiing Lake Tahoe
January 2, 2003
From journal Lake Tahoe in the Summer
November 18, 2002
From journal Weekend in Tahoe