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Summer Hotels in Lake Tahoe: Where to Stay This Summer 2014 in Lake Tahoe Announced by TahoesBest.com

Whether the Jet Skiing on Lake Tahoe Has Attracted You or Your Just Looking for a Memorable Lakefront Restaurant, Be Sure to Find the Best Accommodations in the Area With Some TahoesBest.com Tips for Summer Hotel and Lodging in 2014

LAKE TAHOE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/14/14 -- Lake Tahoe is famous as a summer vacation destination for families and singles who come for the water activities, the hiking trails, the incredible mountain biking venues, unbeatable climate and as always, the magnificent blue waters of Lake Tahoe. When visiting Lake Tahoe this summer, check out the five-star hotels, offering everything from luxury suites in South Lake Tahoe to rustic lodgings at the foot of Squaw Ridge ski mountain. TahoesBest.com has made it easy by picking a few shining stars to narrow down the options.

"Summer is like no other season in Lake Tahoe," says Lindsey Skinner, editor of Tahoesbest.com. "Picking a hotel can be a daunting task, because there are so many great ones, so we've narrowed it down to make it a bit easier."

Family Friendly Accommodations

1.) 3 Peaks Resort and Beach Club: When it comes to resorts in the heart of things, there's no better example than the 3 Peaks. It's an exceptional value in a Great Sierra Mountain vacation and it's within blocks of dining, entertainment and Tahoe casinos. Located on large wooded grounds, it offers big, beautiful log cabin rooms and suites with fully equipped kitchens. These family friendly units offer tremendous views of Lake Tahoe scenery. The beaches on Tahoe are busy in the summer, so it's pleasant to find that 3 Peaks has its own private, members-only beach available to guests. Families don't have to cope with a crowd to enjoy a Tahoe beach. The large room units with kitchen are convenient for families of all sizes.

2.) Aston Lakeland Village: This luxurious condominium resort on the waters of South Tahoe offers programs for children to help beleaguered parents with active kids. The resort schedules an array of day and evening activities including craft, games, sport, beach, pool play and field trips. Located on 19 acres of wooded land, the resort employs a staff of counselors and have a high child-to-counselor ratio. They even offer a pizza and movie night for the kids to give the parents a night off. The resort is right on the water so it's perfect for water surfing and wind sailing. Right outside the door, you'll discover biking and hiking trails and a world-class golf course. The resort offers large suites with fully equipped kitchens, all the extras and maid services.

3.) Heavenly Inn: Not only is Lake Tahoe famous for its unbelievable winter ski slopes, but the marvelous summer activities have a wide appeal. That's where Heavenly Inn comes in. They welcome the families to their large, luxurious suites with fully equipped kitchens, fireplaces and Jacuzzi tubs in select suites. They also offer WiFi and will loan guests an iPad during their stay to take advantage of the easy Internet access. They offer particular deals from family promotions to wedding night specials. They even offer pet-friendly rooms. It's the perfect place to enjoy your Lake Tahoe vacation. Spend the days absorbing the natural wonder of the Sierra Mountains with the kids, or get in some family time with your favorite outdoor activity. At night, you'll discover you're close to restaurants, casinos and entertainment.

Romantic Places to Stay

1.) Secrets Inn: There is no better way to experience Lake Tahoe than with a lover. If you want to get away from the kids for a vacation, or you just prefer a couples-only hotel, Secrets Inn has the right accommodations. It's the perfect getaway from work because it is so simplified. Rooms focus on comfort, warmth and privacy. Some suites offer jetted baths and fireplaces. The rooms have a flat TV, private bath and a comfortable bed. In South Lake Tahoe, you are only minutes from summertime entertainment, casinos and excellent dining venues. For new couples or for people who want a break from family life, this venue has the perfect formula.

2.) Fantasy Inn and Wedding Chapel: When you want to split your time between recreating outdoors and enjoying the nightlife, there's the Fantasy Inn and Wedding Chapel to serve you. This isn't a cheap singles hotel with a public Jacuzzi and pool. Every room has its own luxurious spa and gilded amenities. Check out the theme rooms like "Arabian Nights" and "The Sultan's Sleep." They decorated these large rooms to the hilt with exciting decor and multiple mirrors. You can sleep well, confident that you have the most romantic room on Lake Tahoe with the Fantasy Inn.

How to make the most of summer lodging:
1.) Call ahead for availability: Lake Tahoe is major vacation getaway year round, and advanced planning pays off.
2.) Lake Tahoe is the perfect place to try something new, like stand up paddling in a northern climate, or kayaking. With the Sierra Mountains as a backdrop, you may find something you really enjoy.
3.) Lake Tahoe is a great place to get married or spend a honeymoon. The mountains and the ski-lifts are romantic rides year round.

About TahoesBest.com:
Lake Tahoe is known for outdoor activities, pristine waters and one of the best wedding destinations in the country. TahoesBest.com is the authority on what to do, where to stay, weather updates and all the best upcoming events for any visitor. Use TahoesBest.com to find information, reviews and deals on all things Lake Tahoe from concerts to vacation rentals.

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