The Ritz Carlton Hotel is a luxurious 5 star hotel situated in Lake Tahoe. Guests staying here can enjoy an abundance of year round activities from skiing to swimming and walking. For those looking for some Winter fun, it is a great ski in ski out location, perfect for the whole family, just 15 minutes from Lake Tahoe. In the Summer months there are plenty of trails to walk, woods to explore and Lake Tahoe to admire. Reno-Tahoe International Airport is approximately 40km from The Ritz Carlton Hotel.
Indulge yourself at the spa where you can relax and revitalise your mind, body and soul. Enjoy a massage using stones from Lake Tahoe, try some of the natural healers for some nourishing benefits to the skin and mind. The resort spa features 17 treatment rooms, hot tub, cold rain-shower, plunge pool, a dry-heat lodge, eucalyptus steam room and relaxation areas with fireplaces. The heated outdoor lap pool overlooks the slopes, mountains and towering pine trees.
The Ritz Carlton Hotel offers a unique meeting destination away from the busy city centre. The area is surrounded by pine-covered mountains enabling guests to disconnect and focus on inspiration and innovation. It is an ideal destination for corporate retreats, annual conferences and incentive trips.
Dining here is second to none. The cuisine is simple but full of flavour. Manzanita offers American fare with fine dining. It is a lodge-inspired space with floor to ceiling windows, an open kitchen, lively bar and a chef’s table. Grilled dishes are served at the Backyard Bar & BBQ, an inviting space for families to enjoy food and fun all year round. Enjoy Texas-style barbecues in the lively apres Winter and refreshing cocktails by the pool in the Summer.
Cafe Blue offers freshly squeezed juices, coffee and tea beverages and home-made paninis, all served in a space overlooking the patio. The Living Room has a cozy fireplace where you can enjoy a cocktail or a glass of wine with views of Martis Valley. Highlands Bar is an inviting bar with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the Sierra Mountains.