Lake Tahoes hotel occupancy rates are climbing faster than ever.
With a record-high population and the most hotels in the state, it’s clear the tourism industry is taking note.
Lake Taho County Supervisor of Tourism Chris McDonough says the trend is a positive sign for tourism.
“The industry is very confident that the population will continue to grow,” McDonoches said.
“Another challenge is that in some areas of the county, there are less hotels. “
So there are some places that are less than half full, so people may be looking elsewhere. “
Another challenge is that in some areas of the county, there are less hotels.
That trend continues to accelerate as the population continues to grow.” “
The bottom line is that there is an increase in hotel occupancy rate in the county.
That trend continues to accelerate as the population continues to grow.”
Hotels in the lake tahsoe resort area are now being used as “hotel parking,” meaning guests can park and walk around while staying in a hotel, said McDonoh.
Hotel parking is a popular trend for people who want to take advantage of the high occupancy rates.
The hotel industry is encouraging guests to come in and stay overnight in hotels, which typically cost between $1,400 and $2,500 a night, McDonogh said.
Hotels also offer amenities such as a private beach, a fitness center, and restaurants and bars.
There is one hotel that has decided to keep its doors open through the summer, and it’s not just because of the summer heat.
“They were actually looking at staying open until September, and that hotel is a family resort,” McDochos said.
The Tahoe Valley Hotel Group, which owns and manages Lake Tahole’s most popular hotels, has decided not to reopen until July.
The resort group is offering guests the chance to stay in a two-bedroom suite at the resort.
“We are just trying to give the guests the opportunity to make a decision about where they want to spend their summer vacation,” McSweeney said.