Hilton Vacation Club Lake Tahoe Resort is just a mile from the casino district, giving you unparalleled access to fun shows, shopping and dining. We're less than two miles from Ski Run Marina and Heavenly Ski Resort, which offers the best slopes around. Indoor and outdoor pools invite you to relax year round. Enjoy your private balcony, jetted tub and daily turndown service as part of our commitment to make your vacation memorable.
South Lake Tahoe nestles between the peaks of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, one of the nation's most pristine vacation destinations. Snow sports abound in winter, and summer water sports make waves on the azure surface of America's largest alpine lake. South Lake Tahoe casinos offer non-stop indoor action, entertainment and dining.
Hilton Vacation Club Lake Tahoe Resort charges the following fees:
Nightly Resort Fee - $24.95
Incidental Deposit - $100 (credit card and photo id required)
Guests are allowed 2 vehicles per reservation; additional parking is $20 per vehicle per night
Hilton Vacation Club Lake Tahoe Resort offers one-bedroom accommodations that feature fully-equipped kitchens and full baths with a garden or jetted tub. Additional in-room amenities include a fireplace, dining table, safe, and some with a balcony/patio. The resort itself features indoor and outdoor jetted tubs, massage services, a game room, concierge services, laundry facilities, safe deposit boxes, movie rentals, and a gift shop.
TV w/DVD player
2 swimming pools
In a state full of world-famous attractions, Lake Tahoe still manages to land at the top of the list. Over a mile high and 1,600 feet deep, it is the largest alpine lake in North America and the second-deepest lake in the United States. Lake Tahoe is crystal clear, surrounded by tall mountains, and home to some of the best ski resorts and casinos in the country. It was formed by the geologic block fault that created the Carson Range.
The land around Lake Tahoe was once the home of the Washoe tribe of Native Americans. California and Nevada decided to split the lake between the two states when Nevada was granted statehood in 1864. The lake saw a brief stint as a potential gold mining spot, but quickly transitioned to the far more lucrative industry of tourism. It enjoyed a building boom after World War II and national attention when the 1960 Winter Olympics were held in Squaw Valley. Since then, it has become known as one of the most beautiful places to visit in North America, with fantastic skiing, glamorous casinos, and plenty of water activities in the summer.
Directions from Sacramento International Airport to Lake Tahoe Vacation Resort:
1. Head south on Aviation Dr toward Meister Way (1.0 mi) 2. Continue onto Crossfield Dr (0.2 mi) 3. Turn left at Lindbergh Dr (0.2 mi) 4. Continue straight onto Airport Blvd (0.4 mi) 5. Take the ramp onto I-5 S (9.6 mi) 6. Slight right onto CA-99 S (signs for US-50/I-80 BUS/San Francisco/Fresno/South Lake Tahoe) (1.3 mi) 7. Merge onto I-80 BUS E (1.2 mi) 8. Continue onto US-50 E (98.2 mi) 9. Turn right onto Lake Tahoe Blvd (3.9 mi) 10. Turn left onto Ski Run Blvd (377 ft)