Called Deluxe Guestrooms, Lake Tahoe's basic room at the Ritz-Carlton provides 450 square feet with a king or two queen-sized beds, Juliet balconies, fireplaces (that give real heat), and sweeping valley or slopeside mountain views.
If you're looking for a little more space for the family, consider one of the 16 executive suites. Delivering 800 square feet, these suites are spacious with a king bed, a gas fireplace and a separate living room with a pullout couch and a second gas fireplace. Both rooms have their own flat-screen televisions.
The Ritz-Carlton Suite
... read more And, if nothing but the best will do, consider the Ritz-Carlton Suite. Located on the fourth floor, this 1,900-square-foot baby serves up automatic entrance into the Club Lounge (five awesome daily meals), a butlers pantry, living room, dining room with sitting for six, lavish bedroom, a media room (DVD, flat screen television, iPod station), a Jacuzzi tub and a killer fourth floor mountainside view from the full balcony. ... read less