Nakoma Resort’s Grand Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture Encompasses Updated Meeting and Retreat Space

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Meeting Planners Find Many Recently Renovated Options for Group Events and Team Building at the Lost Sierra Venue

Nakoma Resort

Frank Lloyd Wright's striking architecture, recent renovations and the pristine mountain environment provide an awe-inspiring setting for group events, meetings and corporate retreats at Nakoma Resort.

Offering a blend of productivity-inspiring seclusion and top-tier amenities, Nakoma Resort features multiple, newly renovated meeting space options plus picturesque surroundings for groups of 10 to 40 seeking focus and service in a mountain environment.

Located in an area known as the “Lost Sierra” just an hour drive north of Lake Tahoe and Reno, group guests are greeted by the awe-inspiring Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Clubhouse upon arrival. On-site lodging in the new, 42-room mountain-modern Lodge at Nakoma is available, as are full-service restaurant and banquet services and state-of-the-art A/V equipment. Recently refurbished meeting space options include:

  •     Wigwam Room: 2,106 square feet, 140-person capacity
  •     Loggia Room: 730 square feet, 40-person capacity
  •     Tea Room: 367 square feet, 20-person capacity
  •     FLoW Bar and Lounge: 806 square feet, 50-person capacity
  •     Lodge at Nakoma: 70-person capacity indoors, 300-person capacity outdoors

Along with Nakoma’s group facilities, the resort offers meeting planners a variety of activity and team-building options ranging from spa services and golf on the resort’s championship, 18-hole Dragon course to world-class hiking, cycling, fishing and more. Outdoor wintertime activities include snowshoeing, tubing and cross-country skiing. Nakoma is surrounded by pristine outdoors allowing attendees to focus on and find inspiration for the tasks at hand while bonding with their colleagues.

In August 2015, the Lodge at Nakoma opened overlooking the eighth green of the resort’s golf course. Forty-two rooms are offered in the interior-corridor hotel constructed of raw and natural materials. The amenity-filled, 400–square-foot guestrooms provide either a king or two queen beds, while three larger suite-like rooms provide more spacious living spaces and bathrooms. Alternative on-site accommodations include 12 spacious Taliesin-designed Villas ranging from studios to two-bedrooms, ideal for housing multiple people or those desiring more space.

For those exploring off-season group pricing, the Lodge at Nakoma offers room rates starting at $99 per night, and discounted meeting space with a block of 10 or more rooms. Further information may be found by, visiting or calling 877-462-5662.


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