Summer’s Best Lake Vacations Include New Lake Tahoe Five-Star Boutique Resort The Landing Resort & Spa

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Lake Tahoe’s new The Landing Resort & Spa offers a “best lake getaway” experience for summer, with guest room lake-view decks, outdoor lakeside dining and private beach access. The Landing’s five-star service includes arranging Lake Tahoe outdoor summer activities a guest might want - from a complimentary cruiser bike ride to parasailing to SUP yoga.

View of Lake Tahoe’s sandy Lakeside Beach from The Landing Resort & Spa roof deck © The Landing Resort & Spa

Guests can explore the area’s best and longest bike trail – including a short detour to Fallen Leaf Lake.

An ultra-luxe take on vacationing at the lake, The Landing Resort & Spa, Lake Tahoe’s first five-star boutique lakeside resort, offers an intimate connection with the famously azure waters of North America’s largest alpine lake. From lake-view rooms, decks and patios to private beach access for guests, The Landing Resort & Spa takes full advantage of its spectacular setting while offering guests outdoor summer adventures on the shores of hip Tahoe South.

The Landing provides complimentary colorful cruiser bikes for guests to pedal around town – or to the 42-foot Fun Runner Water Taxi to catch a ride to Tahoe’s beautiful West Shore. Once there, guests can explore the area’s best and longest bike trail – including a short detour to Fallen Leaf Lake, a little-known locals’ swimming hole with gin-clear waters for a rush of good old-fashioned summer fun.

Nearby Lakeside Marina offers additional watersports from passenger boats and 65-foot sailboat cruises to parasailing and jet skis, or try the latest twist on the stand up paddleboarding craze, SUP yoga. Back at the hotel, enjoy private hotel access to Lakeside Beach, one of Tahoe’s finest sand beaches for swimming, picnicking, lounging or strolling – or visit The Landing’s full-service spa for a sport-specific massage using organic and locally sourced botanicals.

In the evening, Jimmy’s Restaurant at The Landing provides a perfect spot for dinner on the patio, serving new Greek and California cuisine under the direction of British celebrity chef Maria Elia. Four outdoor fire pits and cozy outdoor sofas encourage staying for sunset views and aperitifs – or have The Landing staff arrange a romantic after-dinner paddlewheel cruise on the lake.

The Landing offers 88 guest rooms with fireplaces and private decks, most with views of the lake. Guest rooms at The Landing Resort & Spa feature luxurious contemporary European style furnishings and the old world charm of wood floors, marble bathrooms, custom-made headboards and stonework – while also including such top modern amenities as 55-inch wall mounted televisions, in-room Keurig coffee service, pillow top beds with high thread-count linens, premium down pillows and comforters, plush robes, heated bathroom floors, heated toilet seats and waterfall showers. Select suites also offer aromatherapy, heat therapy, music therapy, light therapy, steam showers, heated towel racks and thermo masseur tubs in the guest baths.

The Landing Resort & Spa is walking distance to the golf, outdoor concerts, nightlife, dining and shopping of South Lake Tahoe. Just blocks from Heavenly Village and Gondola, Village Center and gaming casinos, The Landing provides complimentary transportation in a Mercedes Sprinter locally. Lake Tahoe’s first five-star boutique lakeside resort, The Landing opened in December 2013 and has recently been mentioned by media including The New York Times, SKI magazine and Robb Report. For additional information and reservations contact 855.700.5263 or visit

Media contact: Brent Truax, General Manager, bt(at)thelandingtahoe(dot)com, 760-935-3817; Darla Worden, WordenGroup Public Relations, darla(at)wordenpr(dot)com, 307.734.5335

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