New Lake Tahoe Travel Package Goes Beyond Skiing with Five-Star Winter Adventure from The Landing Resort & Spa

A new snow fun and lodging package from The Landing Resort & Spa, Lake Tahoe’s only five-star luxury lakeside resort, offers High Sierra snowmobiling adventure, Lake Tahoe paddlewheeling, spa time and more. The new 88-room ultra-luxe boutique hotel is scheduled to open December 12, 2013.

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Snowmobiling adventure with magnificent Lake Tahoe views is part of The Landing Resort & Spa’s new Escape into Winter package (photo courtesy of Lake Tahoe Cruises).

“Of course Tahoe skiing is legendary … but the area has so much more to offer,” says The Landing General Manager Jim Promo.

South Lake Tahoe, California (PRWEB) December 06, 2013

A High Sierras snow adventure from the new The Landing Resort & Spa, Lake Tahoe’s first five-star luxury lakeside offering, takes guests deep into Tahoe’s winter wonderland. The resort’s new three-night Escape into Winter package for two allows couples to experience the area’s dramatic natural beauty via snowmobile and on-the-lake tours, as well as enjoying the ultra-luxe comforts of personalized spa treatments and one of The Landing’s sumptuous Deluxe King Fireplace rooms.

“We’ve designed the Escape into Winter package to introduce our guests to the season’s best activities and attractions that Lake Tahoe and the High Sierras have to offer,” says The Landing General Manager Jim Promo. “Of course Tahoe skiing is legendary, and we’ve got that covered for skiers with tailored packages and our special skier amenities, but the area has so much more to offer, from incredible backcountry experiences to adrenaline-boosting extras like a winter ropes course or Heavenly tubing – and always with a return to The Landing’s five-star comforts.”

The Landing’s Escape into Winter package includes the thrill of a guided snowmobile tour for two, climbing a high mountain ridge for views over Lake Tahoe that Mark Twain called “the fairest in the world.” Guests also will cruise aboard a classic paddlewheeler to the lake’s famed Emerald Bay, enjoying lunch and narration as they watch for bald eagles en route.

A third Escape into Winter activity allows guests to ascend the Heavenly Mountain Gondola – just minutes from The Landing – for a close-up inspection of California’s largest ski resort, just referred to by "SKI" magazine in its 2014 best resorts guide as “the ‘wild child’ of the Vail Resorts portfolio, a high-energy destination for skiing” and boasting the “best views in North America.” Up top, stop for those jaw-dropping Lake Tahoe vistas from the Observation Deck and savor lunch on-mountain at the Tamarack Lodge. More adventurous types may want to try the ropes course or speed back down the mountain on the lift-serviced tubing hill.

In addition to all the fun-in-the-snow excitement, guests will have the opportunity to relax with a rejuvenating massage at The Spa at The Landing, followed by a soothing steam and sauna. The full-service spa offers a variety of customized treatments using organic and natural botanicals, as well as a special couple’s treatment room and relaxing Spa Sanctuary serving a selection of detoxifying teas. Also included in the package is dinner for two at the casually elegant Jimmy’s Restaurant, a cozy enclave with fireplaces at every turn.

The three-night Escape into Winter package for two is available for $1,389, valid any days of the week, and includes the guided snowmobile tour with two riders on a double-person machine, the paddlewheel cruise for two, Heavenly Gondola tickets for two with lunch vouchers for on-mountain dining, a 50-minute massage for two at The Spa, dinner for two at Jimmy’s Restaurant or served fireside in the guests’ room, and nightly turn-down service with a sweet treat. The three nights’ accommodations are provided in one of The Landing’s Deluxe King Fireplace rooms, including a walk-out deck and a bath with jetted tub, walk-in rain shower, heated “night light” toilet seats and heated marble floor. The package is subject to availability and blackout dates apply. For full details and reservations, visit http://www.thelandingtahoe.com.

Opening in December 2013, The Landing Resort & Spa on Lake Tahoe’s southern shores includes an 88-room boutique luxury hotel, restaurant, spa and conference center. All rooms feature five-star amenities including marble bathrooms, high thread count linens, 55-inch wall mounted televisions, plush terry robes, Keurig coffee service, luxurious contemporary European furnishings, fireplaces and private decks, and most have a view of Lake Tahoe. Select suites also offer aromatherapy, heat therapy, music therapy, light therapy, steam showers, heated towel racks and thermo masseur tubs in the guest bath.

The resort also offers fine dining at the new Jimmy’s Restaurant, serving wood-fired Greek seafood and locally sourced California cuisine in a setting that includes several private dining alcoves with fireplaces, as well as outdoor fire pits on a lakeside patio. Additional resort amenities include a wine cellar featuring a special selection of 250 labels from around the world and backlit, onyx-walled bar, a full service spa and hair salon, outdoor pool and hot tub, a 3,600-square-foot rooftop deck and a lake-view meeting room and board room.

Company Information: Located adjacent to Lakeside Beach, The Landing Resort & Spa provides guest beach access and is walking distance to the nightlife, dining and shopping of South Lake Tahoe. Just three blocks from Heavenly Village and Gondola, Village Center and gaming casinos, The Landing provides complimentary transportation in a Mercedes Sprinter to the Heavenly Gondola and to the transportation center for convenient bus service to Sierra at Tahoe, Kirkwood or Northstar. For additional information and reservations contact 855.700.5263 or visit http://www.thelandingtahoe.com.

Media Contacts: Jim Promo, The Landing General Manager, jnp(at)thelandingresortandspa(dot)com; or Darla Worden, WordenGroup Public Relations, darla(at)wordenpr(dot)com, 307.734.5335