4 Myths About Lake Tahoe Meetings, Debunked
By: Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe is known for its scenic landscapes and adventurous spirit, but it’s not just one big vacation. The destination combines luxury with convenience for groups of all sizes, making it the perfect place to host your next meeting.
Forget what you think you know about this mountain town. Here are some common myths about meeting in Lake Tahoe, debunked.
By air or road, you can easily get your group together to meet among some of the most picturesque landscape in North America. The destination is only a short 37-mile drive from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport (with a convenient fleet of express shuttles available every 1-2 hours throughout the day). By car, Lake Tahoe is a scenic 2-hour drive from Sacramento and a 4-hour drive from the Bay Area.
Lake Tahoe has a variety of luxury lodging options and boutique hotels. First, there’s the 5-Star, award-winning Edgewood Tahoe golf resort. You’ll also find upscale adult playgrounds at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe Hotel and Casino and the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. And that’s not all – check out more luxury stay options here.
Lake Tahoe’s restaurants are its best-kept secret, offering lakefront dining options, fireside venues, local taprooms and more for groups. You’ll find a blend of upscale dining spots – such as Jimmy’s Restaurant at The Landing Resort and Spa – and local spots you can only experience in Lake Tahoe, like Lake Tahoe Aleworx. See all of Lake Tahoe’s restaurants.
Lake Tahoe offers a wide array of venue options, from lakeview spaces to mountain retreats and everything in between. Also, Lake Tahoe’s downtown is walkable, so your group can meet, eat and play all in one place. Check out this list of meeting venues.