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We booked this trip last minute so our options were limited on a Memorial Day weekend.
When we arrived we were cheerfully helped by the front desk. An added nice touch was the treat bag they gave us for our pup. When we got to...More
This is one of the best Motel 6 hotels I have stayed at. The room was small but clean and adequate. The location was convenient. The staff was friendly. It is so nice that Motel 6 allows dogs for no additional fee. I would definitely...More
Stayed here after driving all day, needed a cheap place to stay the night. Motel has not been renovated, it is old, furniture/decor is old, but it was relatively clean and you get what you pay for. There is no cell reception and you have...More
The motel is pretty good really no frills but you get a double bed, microwave & fridge to cook with a small table and chair, basic cable TV, wifi costs an extra $4.99 per day not quite fast enough to stream TV but uploading photos...More
We had a very pleasant stay during a recent impromptu trip to the mountains from the bay area. Beds were comfortable, cleanliness was up to our high standards, check-in/check-out smooth, free parking. A kind request to management is to please consider including basic breakfast 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.