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This is a great place for food, drink, views of Lake Tahoe, and a good nights sleep. The service is excellent, and the atmosphere takes you back to an earlier era of fine lodges. It is close to all the activities around Tahoe City. This...More
Everything about Sunnyside is first class even after their extremely busy summer season!! Friendly, professional, helpful & informative staff who serve guests with a smile. Clean & comfortable accommodations. Awesome location to enjoy lake & surrounding amenities. Delicious breakfast served to lodge guests. Tea &...More
Saved Sunnyside for our last meal in Tahoe. We enjoyed a seafood hotpot and the duck tonight. The food was wonderful and the view gorgeous. Afterwards we went inside the bar fand enjoyed a cocktail and bread pudding, while watching the sun set.
We booked a lake view king with a balcony. Wow the view of the lake and the tranquility are amazing, from sunrise to the rising of the full moon the view changes minute by minute . Breakfast is served in a communal area but we...More
This is a quaint and rustic resort with incredible views of Lake Tahoe. The wedding was April 28. We had room 39, which had a wood-burning fireplace and a balcony overlooking the deck and the lake. Absolutely stunning views. The bed was very comfortable. There...More
The beaches consist of a bit of sand into the rocks & the water is mostly VERY cold, as it is an alpine lake. Resort located right on the water with a dock for the boats use in summertime. Depending upon the time of year... More
The beaches consist of a bit of sand into the rocks & the water is mostly VERY cold, as it is an alpine lake. Resort located right on the water with a dock for the boats use in summertime. Depending upon the time of year, you could easily need a full wet suit (winter!) or at least a vest/jacket other times of the year. This is not warm water....There are some nice beaches in the town of Tahoe City (Commons Beach) as well as beaches located at state parks, too.