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Lake Tahoe Lodging

Part 2: Where to Stay in Lake Tahoe

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By Susan Breslow Sardone

All located on Lake Tahoe's South Shore (Nevada side), Harrahs, Caesars Tahoe and Harveys Resort & Casino are Lake Tahoe's ruling triumvirate of full-service hotel resorts. Appreciated by couples and bone-weary skiers alike, all the rooms at Caesars Tahoe hotel all have either Roman or whirlpool tubs.

In Lake Tahoe you can gamble around the clock, eat breakfast at any hour, indulge yourselves in posh spa facilities (how about his-and-her massages?), and be entertained by headliners and elaborate stage productions.

Package rates are available in Tahoe, too. For example, the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe hotel resort offers "Romance by the Lake" packages.

The Horizon Casino-Resort boasts Lake Tahoe's largest outdoor swimming pool and maintains its own wedding chapel. This 539-room hotel features 20 suites; among them is the "Elvis Suite, where the 'King' himself spent a night back in the 60's."

Affordable Spaces

At the Lakeside Inn and Casino -- home to Lake Tahoe's "Best Roast Beef Dinner" -- seasonal packages are available.

If your budget is tight, consider the Tahoe Biltmore, where low-priced rooms are available midweek.

For more options, check the list of lodgings About.com's Reno/Tahoe guide has compiled.

And if ultimate privacy is a must in Lake Tahoe, consider booking a vacation home or condo of your own. Most require a minimum stay of 2-5 days in busy seasons.

Getting Married?

If you're considering having a destination wedding/honeymoon in Lake Tahoe, look into Weddings at Tahoe, a well-designed site that can help you pull the whole event together by recommending everything from a wedding chapel to local DJs.

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