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It's a Motel 6. So long as your expectations are set accordingly, this is a decent place to stay.
It's good value for money. Not that is was inexpensive - but I stayed over a long weekend and every place in the area had high...More
I stayed two days lovely clean room. Bed was good, love the pillows & soft linens & towels. Everything working condition was better than their previous. Did cost $5 more a night for a small refrigerator & microwave that should be in all rooms! Didnt...More
Construction Tahoe Beware. This time I got a new room....AWESOME!!! Gary & Craig were painting pool fence. I notice the parking lot looked new. The room was brand new. It is really nice to see this place getting some attention
I've stayed at many Motel 6. M6 is generally a safe choice without any big surprises. Nothing luxury, but more than good enough for a road trip. Some M6 also differ from the crowd in a very positive way. However, it was not like this...More
Motel is a dump should not be allowed to be in business,looks like a halfway house for drug people.Lake tahoe is such a nice place to have these places.chamber of lake tahoe should look into this dumpMore
Date of stay: September 2018
Response from 6Team, Brand Experience Team at Motel 6 South Lake TahoeResponded 4 September 2018
Dear Guest, Thank you for taking the time to share your review. Safety and security are high priorities within Motel 6 standards for quality and we regret you felt differently during your visit. We are committed to delivering a clean, comfortable room and apologize for...More
Going anti-clockwise round the lake on Highway 50 onto Highway 89 via Camp Richardson and Emerald Bay takes less than 30 minutes. In winter that is an issue as near Emerald Bay it shuts frequently for avalanche control... More
Going anti-clockwise round the lake on Highway 50 onto Highway 89 via Camp Richardson and Emerald Bay takes less than 30 minutes. In winter that is an issue as near Emerald Bay it shuts frequently for avalanche control clearance but in summer should be fine. Going clockwise round the lake Highway 50 onto Highway 28 via Incline Village and Tahoe City takes 55 minutes. On approach to Emerald Bay there are sharp hairpin climbing bends with no barriers in places so don't go too crazy speed wise. Have fun there and don't spend too much in the casinos.