Lake Tahoe - Snow in June

If you want to wake up to the most pristine mountain view and cool, crisp air, Tahoe and the Sierra Nevadas is the place to be. San Fran was fun, with much to do, and Napa has a Mediterrean climate and some great wine. Reno is more family-friendly than Vegas.


Stardust Hotel

Member Rating 3 out of 5 by RSH7 on July 5, 2005

Best Things Nearby:
Heavenly Gondola to ski resort, the Sierra Nevadas, Lake Tahoe, Casino's Art Galleries and jewelers. Across from the resort is a wonderful and beautifully built shopping, dining, and galleries area architectually designed for the mountain area.

Best Things About the Resort:
The resort is close to everything in the area, including the 'bus stops' for the area transportation system. The resort has a very interesting and talented 'history buff' named Jim. He gave a lecture on the life of Mark Twain. He also has written driving adventures. We went on one and found a small mountain town with a cafe' that had homemade ice cream. The resort has two pools, a hot tub, sunning deck, workout facility, and washer/dryers to use.

Resort Experience:
We really do not holiday to stay at the resort, except for the Palace Resorts in Cancun. We travel around the area. For us, it is a bed/shower/rest area.

Our unit had a loose microwave, hairdryer did not work, carpet and furniture was stained. The round bed was extremely hard. But we had an end unit with two windows and a semi-private 'deck' with a bistro cafe' set, which was nice.

Stardust-Tahoe (#0515)
4061 Lake Tahoe Boulevard
Lake Tahoe, California
(530) 544-5211

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