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I booked one of the poker rooms for four nights in early April. I called the lodge and talked to Jerald the day before asking if it was possible to check in early. He was very nice over the phone and said he would do...More
I was looking for a place to stay for one night while visiting a friend at a nearby home on the lake. This place was perfect. It has a very traditional 1950s, almost David Lynch "Twin Peaks" feel to it, with authentic wood paneling, quilted...More
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Response from Gerard F, Manager at Tamarack LodgeResponded 28 July 2017
There may be a “Twin Peaks” look to the Poker rooms, but nothing unsettling is lurking beneath the surface.
I have been coming here for years and have appreciated it every time. They are less expensive than the hotels in town and you can stay as long as you like, ie; there is no minimum stay on the weekends, and they are only an...More
I liked Tamarack. In fact I liked it so much I came back for a second night. The owner operators are friendly. The cabins look nice. I had a lodge room that was pretty basic. A newer model TV would go a long way...but the...More
We really lucked out in finding such an incredible hotel for our Tahoe weekend. The rooms were very clean and perfect for a place to crash after a wild mountain day. You can stay for one night if you need to, and the breakfast croissant...More
Response from DogDoggie | Reviewed this property |
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.