A recent $53 million renovation now makes the Resort at Squaw Creek one of the nicest luxury hotels in the Tahoe area. You can book anything from a suite with a fireplace to a two-level penthouse, all of which come with bathtubs, kitchens, dining rooms, flat-screen televisions, and comfy pillow-top beds. You’ll pick the Resort at Squaw Creek for its private chairlift access to the terrain at Squaw. But you’ll love it even more for the sprawling outdoor hot tubs, the heated swimming pools, the spa treatments, steam rooms, and state-of-the-art fitness center. There are several fine-dining restaurants on site, or take the short trip to the village at Squaw for more dining and shopping options. [www.squawcreek.com]
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