400 Squaw Creek Rd
Olympic Valley, CA 96146
Resort at Squaw Creek rests at the base of Squaw Valley ski area, just minutes from local attractions. Featuring Lake Tahoe, California lodging in an idyllic mountain setting, this Squaw Valley hotel and resort offers ski-in/ski-out access to the mountain and rooms and suites that welcome guests with a “mountain meets modern” ambiance.
Please note, rooms will most likely sell out in advance of the room block close dates listed below. We encourage you to book early to secure a room at the conference rate.
At the Resort at Squaw Creek, we have a discounted room block with rates from $209-279/night depending on room type and availability (plus taxes and $25 resort fee). Room types include Deluxe Room ($209), Fireplace Suite ($259) and Deluxe Fireplace Suite ($279).
Room Block Closes: February 17, 2020
Dates with Availability: March 8 – March 15, 2020 (note: some nights may only have certain room types available)
Cancellations without penalty can be made up to 14 days prior to arrival.
Early Departure Fee
The hotel’s early departure fee is all nights room and tax
The hotel’s no-show fee is all nights room and tax.
Alternate Lodging Option
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Squaw Valley Lodge
Distance to Venue: 2.8 miles
201 Squaw Peak Road
Olympic Valley, California 96146
Phone: (855) 549-6742
The easiest option to get to Squaw Valley is to fly into the Reno – Tahoe International Airport and take ground transportation to the resort.
Drive time from the airport takes approximately one hour.
Directions from the Reno-Tahoe Airport
Taxi and Shuttle Options
- Resort at Squaw Creek Transportation: 530-581-6628
- North Lake Tahoe Express: 530-584-3922
- Anytime Taxi: 530-414-4187
- Fast Taxi Airport Shuttle: 530-583-6699
Shuttle service is approx $50 each way. Taxi service is approx $140 each way.
Complimentary self-parking is available within a short walking distance from the hotel entrance. Valet Parking is also available for $35 per day.
Winter Driving in Lake Tahoe
Please be advised, our conference venue is located in a mountainous region and attendees should take proper caution if driving to Lake Tahoe during inclement weather. Please check the following website for Highway 80 road conditions before driving to Resort at Squaw Creek: California Department of Transportation
In the case of a storm, the Department of Transportation may enforce chain controls on Highway 80. Should your vehicle not have 4-wheel drive and snow tires, you will be required to place chains on your car. Although there are a few places that sell chains in the mountains, it is far less expensive to purchase these before you begin your trip. You can pay to have chains installed and removed on the highway (typically $30 – $50).