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Trip Planning

As you plan your trip to Lake Tahoe, you'll need to decide if you want to stay in a hotel or in a vacation rental home or condo. Choosing a vacation rental can give you more options, save you money, and make your stay more comfortable.

Book the right rental for your group.

Whether you're traveling as a family, group, or couple, there are many types of vacation rental homes. Accommodations range from one-bedroom condos to six-bedroom private homes. Check each home's bedding configuation to find the perfect fit. Need pet-friendly accommodations? We offer many homes that allow dogs. 

Find room for everyone (and everything).

Vacation rentals allow your entire group to stay together — comfortably. While vacations are about quality time, it's nice to have room to relax, as well as a sense of privacy. Vacation rentals also allow enough room for your gear. If you're planning a trip to Lake Tahoe, you might be toting anything from skis and snowshoes to bikes and paddleboards. You'll love having space to reorganize your sporting equipment without feeling cluttered.

Save money by staying together. 

Booking multiple hotel rooms to accommodate your group is often much more expensive than staying together in a vacation rental. Spending less on your accommodations gives you more to spend on fun activities or your next Tahoe vacation!

Enjoy free activities. 

Our Mountain Escape Pass, offered through Xplorie, gives you free activities for each night you stay. Depending on the season, you can access free snow equipment rentals, mountain tours, bike rentals, raftings, and more. 

Cook on your own schedule. 

Save time and money by cooking in the kitchen of your vacation rental. The full kitchens are perfect for group meals or even preparing snacks for the day. The North Lake Tahoe area has many great restaurants, but having a kitchen offers flexibility. Some of our vacation rentals even have barbecue grills!

Get to know the real Tahoe. 

When you stay in a vacation rental, you're often in a neighborhood, which gives you a sense of what Tahoe is like for locals. Find secret spots, meet the community, and feel at home. You may even find a rental property you'll be coming back to year after year.