Hotels >Pepper Tree Inn
This hotel is in a great location. This hotel is in a great location - close to restaurants, shopping, boat rentals, the paddle boat cruise, and ski rentals. Our room was decorated like a mountain cabin (so cute!) and had a coffee bean grinder/brewer. It's exactly what you'd expect for the price - nothing fancy, but clean and cozy. The breakfast is fantastic! If you can, ask for a room on the top floor so that you don't hear your neighbors' feet above you (the floors creak a lot). The only downside was that our shower didn't drain quickly, so we had to wait 30 min. between showering or risk flooding the floor. I'm sure they would have moved us if we complained - the guy at the desk was as nice as could be - but it wasn't a big deal.
location is great. I was satisfied with the room and I think the location is great. The room was very clean and comfortable and I found the front desk staff to be helpful and friendly. The building is somewhat dated and beginning to show it's age, but for the price and the location I think this is a good value.
great location. I was attending a wedding in Tahoe, and this was one of the listed recommended hotels. This hotel/inn was in a great location -- right on the main strip of tahoe city. Across the street is a great cafe and bike rental place, and lots of shopping all around on this main strip; a great greasy spoon is a block away.
First class Hotel. First class Hotel. Superb situation in the middle of the village and at the edge of the lake. Very friendly reception. Really a hotel to be chosen in priority. Very good Bar-Restaurant.
fantastic views of the lake. Stayed 1 night. Booked 2 rooms on 7th floor - fantastic views of the lake. The rooms were clean and the beds comfortable. Our rooms were a good size. Free WiFi. Friendly & helpful reception. But - no Air-con. As a result, glad we only booked 1 night. Did not get a good night's sleep - way too hot. Breakfast was good - well stocked with a good variety of eats. Good quality food. Good coffee. Only quibble : the plastic knives were practically useless. Really took from what was otherwise a fine breakfast.
friendly staff. Even though we paid for an economy room, the friendly staff had upgraded us to an upper floor, remodled room when we arrived. The room had a terrific view of the lake and was nicely decorated, although a little small. The hotel doesn't have air conditioning, but that wasn't a problem, even in July! Located in Tahoe City, the hotel is walking distance from many shops and restaurants, which is really convenient. We liked that it was away from the hustle and bustle of South Shore, but still had a great atmosphere. We would definately return.
Pretty good deal we think. Upon arrival, the outside of the hotel didn't impress us too much. However, we were pretty impressed by the quality of the rooms and the view. The rooms don't dazzle you with fancy chandeliers or anything. But they are exactly what we were looking for. Clean, cozy, quiet, and as my girlfriend put it.... "really cute." Not to mention the jacuzzi tub was really nice. We were in one of the tower rooms, so the view was really nice too. We booked through Expedia ($96 a night, I think) and didn't have any problems with the front desk staff. I must admit, they weren't the friendliest or most talkative of people, but they weren't rude either. We agreed we would love to stay here again. Pretty good deal we think.
Continental breakfast was great!. My husband took me here for Mother's Day and I was pleasantly surprised. We stayed on the 7th flr. which had an excellent view of Lake Tahoe and a hot tub. The room was very clean and had all the necessities. I did not speak to anyone at the front desk or w/reservations so I can't comment on it. Continental breakfast was great!
modern hotel. The negative reviews posted here have me somewhat mystified. This hotel is an excellent choice given the rates and the location. If you're looking for a clean, large-ish, modern hotel room for a reasonable rate, in a quaint town on Lake Tahoe with every amenity within three blocks, all of which is a half hour from world class skiing, than the Pepper Tree is a sure thing. It delivers on everything you would want and could reasonably expect from a mid-range hotel. If you're looking for resort-style treatment then drop $300-$400 a night and stay in the village at Squaw. After having stayed at Pepper Tree, I can only think the negative reviews posted stem from expectations well beyond those which should be foisted on a hotel in this range. Stay here with confidence. I think this place is getting a bum rap on this site.
The view was beautiful!. My husband and I really enjoyed our stay here. The most outstanding was the view. I would definatly recommend the 6th or 7th floor. The view on the bottom floors was mainly the traffic and buildings across the street. The staff was pleasant and helpful. The rooms were clean and smoke free. The linens blankets and pillows were soft and fresh smelling. The high ceilings gave a more spacious feel to the room. The breakfast room was another highlight of our stay. A spacious room with several tabels and decorated in a country tahoe theme. Very clean. The several complimentary choices were fresh and tasty, also great coffee. A simple way to start the day, we even got to know our neighbors, who were on there honeymoon. The only complaint was the pool. It was located in front of the hotel next to the busy street, there was no privacy, just a chain link fence and the traffic. The noise and the gas fumes were a little annoying, not to mention the school bus traffic on that corner. I would recommend skipping the pool and going to the great beach just a short walk away. oh yea, I forgot to mention the beds were a little on the hard side. Overall we had a great time, very relaxing, and would go back again. The prices were great. The view was beautiful! Many shops and restaurants near by.
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