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What a great place to stay! We chose to stay here due to the great location and proximity to hiking trails, reasonable price and having access to a kitchen. Tamarack Lodge did not disappoint! Being right outside Tahoe City - you could access anything you...More
When I called to make the reservation for my best friend's wedding, (yes, called - I am technically a millennial, but I hate technology), Gerard answered - we had great conversation and a laugh and I looked forward to meeting him inthe coming months.
Response from Gerard F, Manager at Tamarack LodgeResponded yesterday
I don’t really want to reply to this review which has me looking pretty good. But I have to set the record straight on a couple of points. Alas, Frederique and I did not win Tamarack in any game of skill or chance. Family lore...More
The website creates an impression not fulfilled when you stay there. We stayed in 12 hotels/motels on this trip and Tamarack would ranked second from the bottom. No breakfast except on weekends which they charge for. Terrible TV. No air conditioner only heater. Called office...More
Thank Ernest B
Response from Gerard F, Manager at Tamarack LodgeResponded 4 days ago
We hope you slept well ; - )
But seriously, it pains us to read this harsh criticism of our lodge. Your first comment catches us completely off guard because until now we have only heard the opposite: that our website is a pretty good...More
I have always wondered about this place and found ourselves needing a place to stay at last minute. We were pleasantly surprised at this charming, old fashioned, and, extremely comfortable place. The beds and linens were so nice; kitchen, 2 bed, 2 bath and deck....More
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Both N. Tahoe and S. Tahoe are worth a visit. The South is more commercialized with large casinos. N. Tahoe is a little less commercial. I like both...and there are pluses and minuses to both. I like to stay a couple... More
Both N. Tahoe and S. Tahoe are worth a visit. The South is more commercialized with large casinos. N. Tahoe is a little less commercial. I like both...and there are pluses and minuses to both. I like to stay a couple days in S Tahoe in a hotel...and a couple days in the North in a cabin or lodge.
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"I stayed in one of the cabins and one of the rooms. The cabin was a bit quieter and more private, but both..."