3. Can you say mini fridge? How comfortable is a rollaway bed or pullout couch? These are all non-factors with Resort Living!
4. Traveling with other families means reserving far too many hotel rooms. This gets pricey and best-case scenario for camaraderie is adjoining rooms, if you’re lucky.
And one-off vacation rentals miss the mark because:
5. A roll-the-dice-and-hope-for-the-best approach to lodging (verified only by a handful of homespun photos), coupled with fingers-crossed faith that you’re partnering with an honest, trusted host.
6. Vacation rentals call sleepy residential neighborhoods ‘prime locations’. And, top attractions, shops, markets and restaurants are oftentimes much further than advertised, forcing you to get in the car; again and again. Vacation ought to be about putting away the keys and putting up your feet
7. The ‘ick’ factor of staying in someone’s home with their personal bedding, personal affects on the walls (and in the drawers), personal standards of cleanliness. This isn’t something you worry about when you’re vacationing the Resort Living way.
8. And don’t forget that vacation rentals don’t have a bellman to assist with your gear, a concierge to suggest a restaurant or secure a ticket, no one to silence that leaky toilet at 2 AM, not to mention zero amenities; no pool, fitness center, on-site restaurants… you get the idea.
Tahoe Mountain Resorts Lodging embodies the ultimate in Resort Living; offering studio to four-bedroom residences in The Village at Northstarand Old Greenwood. These luxury ski and golf resorts offer unparalleled access to dining, shopping, recreation, night life and, of course, Lake Tahoe itself. And perhaps best of all, residences are outfitted with a kitchen, great room, outdoor space and include complimentary parking, wireless internet, concierge service, plus access to a fitness center(s), swimming pool(s), hot tubs and more.
So the next time you’re organizing a family getaway, think Resort Living for the best of both hotel and vacation rental worlds.