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Tahoe Keys Resort Launches LakeTahoe.com

Everything You Want to Know About Enjoying Lake Tahoe Without Having to Ask; New Website Promotes Accommodation, Recreation, Restaurants and Deals

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/14/14 -- A new website dedicated to helping visitors and locals get of most out of Lake Tahoe is newly launched by Tahoe Keys Resort, a South Lake Tahoe-based property management and resort booking service. The new LakeTahoe.com was created to be a single website for everything visitors and locals alike need about Lake Tahoe. The new LakeTahoe.com features a wealth of information on the area, activities, hotels, restaurants, businesses and events that make Lake Tahoe the perfect year-round destination.

LakeTahoe.com has been optimized for use on mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets, as well as desktop and laptop computers. The site is updated daily with new activities, weather conditions, local blogs detailing personal experiences, and daily deals to make LakeTahoe.com a visitor's online portal to the area.

"The site is the go to place for planning a trip to Tahoe or to find something quickly when you're here," said Lisa Underwood, Vice President Sales & Marketing, Tahoe Keys Resort. "With so many people using their mobile devices when they are on the go, we invested the time and energy to make this site easy to access and use on mobile devices. What really separates us from local search engines, and review services like Yelp, is our team of more than ten dedicated local Tahoe writers that have been pumping out personalized experiences about all things Tahoe including hikes, skiing trails, boating and restaurant reviews, concerts and more. We expect local businesses to be offering specials, coupons and daily deals that will keep people coming back to the site again and again."

The site is targeted to the following markets -- transient drive market Northern California, but it's also ideal for vacationers from Southern California, Las Vegas, Portland and Seattle, to as far away as Texas. LakeTahoe.com doesn't shy away from locals and provides a great resource for events, a daily calendar, and a resource for local businesses and services locals need.

About Tahoe Keys Resort

Tahoe Keys Resort, a property management firm based in the private marina community of Tahoe Keys, is the choice of visitors who want their lodging close to the lake. The resort's amenities provide first-class accommodations, breathtaking views of the lake and mountains, and a convenient location central to daytime and nightlife activities.

Tahoe Keys Resort offers the best selection and the best pricing on AAA approved and three-diamond rated vacation homes and condominiums that range from moderate to magnificent! Every rental property in Tahoe Keys is comfortable and cozy and has a fireplace. Resort amenities include tennis courts, indoor and outdoor pools, an outdoor spa and a fully outfitted exercise facility (some amenities are subject to a nominal fee).

To book your Lake Tahoe vacation, call an agent at (800) 698-2463 or (800) 698-2463, or go to http://www.tahoevacationguide.com

Media Contact:
Lisa Underwood
Tahoe Key Resort, Inc.
1 800 698 2463
Email Contact

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