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Romantic Places to Stay in Lake Tahoe Winter 2014: Lodging Options for Sweethearts Listed by VirtualTahoe.com

Snow Capped Mountains, Icy Blue Waters, and Towering Pines -- Lake Tahoe can't Be Any More Perfect for a Magical Getaway With a Sweetheart, So Find the Perfect Place to Stay This Winter 2014

LAKE TAHOE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/20/14 -- Escape the hustle and bustle of the city with a sweetheart to the pristine sanctuary of Lake Tahoe. Enjoy the slow pace and relaxing air of life in the mountains, and find lodging in one of Lake Tahoe's more romantic hotels. Today, VirtualTahoe.com, the online guide to Lake Tahoe, released a list of romantic places to stay during winter 2014 in Lake Tahoe. The guide includes some of the best options for couples in South and North Lake, and best deals on romance packages this winter (if offered).

South Lake Tahoe hotels

1.) Fantasy Inn - Romantic Themed Rooms
Snuggle up with a sweetheart in one of the beautiful theme rooms at Fantasy Inn in South Lake Tahoe. Relax in the "Princess Room" and enjoy the oversized whirlpool spa for two, and special effects romantic mood lighting.

2.) Secrets Inn - Couples Only
One of the most intimate and romantic places to stay in Lake Tahoe, Secrets Inn is the perfect place to escape the crowd and relax with your sweetheart. Rooms include fireplaces, jetted tubs, and walk-in glass showers. Romance package: for $109 enjoy the Tahoe Suite with wine and chocolates.

3.) 3 Peaks Resort & Beach Club - Romance Baskets
With options for romantic gift baskets available, the 3 Peaks Resort and Beach Club is a great option for an escape to the Lake. Baskets include everything needed for a couple's weekend, from champagne to chocolate covered strawberries.

North Lake Tahoe hotels

1.) Resort at Squaw Creek - Perfect for a romantic getaway
North Lake Tahoe has a quieter air to it, and if you are planning a romantic vacation this winter, the Resort at Squaw Creek is the place to be. Enjoy the "Light My Fire" Romance Package -- includes a fireplace, champagne, spa turndown, and room service breakfast for two! Package starts at $299 in the winter.

2.) River Street Inn - Evening of Romance
Cozy up together with River Street Inn's "Just the Two of Us" package and feel the romance of Truckee. The package includes accommodations, dinner for two, a private horse drawn carriage tour, wine, hor d'oeuvres, and a welcome basket. The package is available for $375.

3.) Granlibakken Lodge - Nestled outside of Tahoe City
Granlibakken Lodge is situated within the beautiful towering pines outside of Tahoe City, and is the best escape for a couple looking to have a little privacy. Enjoy the magic of North Lake Tahoe's quieter scene from the incredibly serenity of Granlibakken Lodge.

4.) Pepper Tree Inn - Lake views
Watch the snow fall on the still Lake Tahoe from the hotel window. Pepper Tree Inn boasts comfortable accommodations for a great price. For sweethearts traveling on a budget, Pepper Tree Inn is a great bet. Rates starting at $91.

About VirtualTahoe.com:
VirtualTahoe.com, Lake Tahoe's number one online guide, provides quality information on all things Tahoe. Use VirtualTahoe.com to find information on everything Lake Tahoe from vacation lodging and casinos to ski resorts and boat rentals.

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Lindsey Skinner
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