Desolation Hotel: South Lake Tahoe eco-luxury resort now open

Wednesday, 07 Sep, 2022 0

Desolation Hotel, named after the Desolation Wilderness near which it resides, is now open in South Lake Tahoe. 

Nestled in the scenic alpine landscape of the Sierra Nevadas and inspired by preservationist John Muir, this dog-friendly hotel is committed to supporting the local Tahoe community, with sustainable hospitality.

The hotel comprises just 21 luxury suites, each with al fresco soaking tubs on private balconies, in-room fireplaces, and kitchenettes.

Itis within walking distance to South Lake Tahoe’s best experiences, including a private beach along Lake Tahoe; skiing, hiking, and mountain biking trails.

It features a Peloton-outfitted fitness center, saltwater pool, Jacuzziand Port Orford Cedar sauna.

It houses dining destinations Velma’s (serving up seasonal cocktails and small bites poolside) and Maggie’s restaurant and bar, offering near 360-degree views of the nearby mountains.

“We live, work, and play in this community. We are incredibly passionate about delivering an authentic, locally conscientious, and unforgettable South Lake Tahoe experience for our guests,” says Ffounder Chet Pipkin.

“We’re providing an immersive luxury destination that offers guests the opportunity to both relax and to get out and adventure.”

Desolation Hotel’s sustainability commitment is tied to its design, as seen in intentional choices like wrapping the outdoor deck of Maggie’s restaurant around an existing pine tree.

Any trees that were harvested were repurposed into the hotel’s build with the help of a local mill.

Guests can also plug into any one of the 20 EV charging stations available—the highest concentration of electric chargers at any hotel or commercial property in the region.

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