Tahoe Vistana Inn39.2409318143644, -120.057500749826
ex. Charmey Chalet Resort
The 3-star Tahoe Vistana Inn lies within 10 km from Incline Village Championship Golf Course. The hotel, built in 1960, is renowned for its Alpine architecture.
The venue is 3 km away from Old Brockway Golf Course. Tahoe Vistana Inn is connected with other parts of Tahoe Vista due to a boat dock located nearby.
A short walk to a valley and lakes as well as ski resorts.
Guests can reach Tahoe Vistana Inn from Reno/Tahoe airport within 45 minutes' drive.
For a comfortable stay in Tahoe Vista Tahoe Vistana Inn offers 28 rooms fitted with free wireless internet, TV, a fridge, a dining area and a personal computer. Some rooms come with a view of Lake Tahoe. Guests can make use of private bathrooms with a bathtub, a shower and slippers.
Eat & Drink
Rustic Lounge at Cedar Glen Lodge and Spindleshanks are located within 100 meters away.
The hotel offers bicycle rental services on site.
A picnic area and a golf course are available at the hotel. Such sports activities as hiking and cycling are provided on-site.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 28.
Free Wi-Fi in rooms
On-site car park
Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
Sports & Fitness
- Wind surfing
- Tennis court
- Golf course
- Bicycle rental
- Board games
Spa & Leisure
- BBQ facilities
- Spa centre
- Lake view
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Sitting area
- Dressing area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Dining table
- Free toiletries
- Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
- Flat-screen TV
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds
In the Room
In the Room
- City landmarks
Really friendly helpful staff. Our room was quiet and secluded in a semi forest setting.Patio & tables available.
The bathroom cold despite the ceiling heater. Also it would have been nice if some breakfast was made available for guests in the rooms with no kitchen facilities!
Friendly staff, central location with lake views
While clean, the place needs a complete remodel. appears to be hanging on to the '70s. I would not recommend it to family members. Sorry
Steps to room are too steep (ada issue) Rooms are old. The whole driveway needs regrading and paving. Office was closed when we left at 9am. there was an envelope with key taped to door indicating the office was closede since early previous evening.
The staff, quiet environment, private beach and accomendating staff.
Older hotel that could use upgrades: new carpeting, DVD player on TV's, ceiling fans, and working drapes for privacy.
Good deal for the weekend. Availiable for just one night.
Bed wasn't as comfortable as we would have liked. Towels were rough feeling. Heating system not the best.
The room was big.
It felt like 1975 and I was just born. The TV had probably seen the Cuban missile crisis, the carpets seen Norman Bates and the bed had Marilyn Monroe in it... Needs massive update!
Hot tub open only 9:00 - 20:00
The size of the room was great, but everything else was awful.
This hotel was terrible. Very old furnishings. Dirty carpets. TV from the 70s didn't work well. I would have preferred to stay in a tent to this place.
We enjoyed having a large room and close to the car. We also like the scenery behind the Inn with the mountain and woods. The idea that we could have access to the beach across the street through the sister Inn was great. The front desk gal was super. She is so thoughtful and pleasant and we really enjoyed talking with her upon check in and also check out was a breeze. The beds were comfy and we were delighted there were not any bed bugs!!!!! We were happy to see you provide adequate towels and wash cloths. We loved the little table and chairs just outside each room.
We both feel the room needed to be cleaner. There is dirt below the shower door and in the corners of the room and on the walls that look as if they have been there for a long time. We would have appreciated luggage racks to put our suitcases on so they didn't have to be put on the floor. One bedspread had spots (maybe from pets) on it and even though the room did not smell of pets, the carpet needed cleaning. The refrigerator was dirty inside and the door was hard to keep closed. The tv turner was filthy and hard to change the channels. The lights from outside were on all night on the other rooms which kept our room too light to really sleep. Could use a ceiling fan as even though we were in the mountains, the only ventilation breeze was through opening the small crank windows in the front and the bathroom and we didn't have a comfort feeling with the bathroom open. The air could not flow with the blinds closed and we didn't care to have other guests look through our window with them open. It did get cool in the am hours, but was too warm before it cooled off outside. Having to leave the front side window cranked allowed the conversations from the next door and across the way to be loud and kept us awake until they finally went to bed. We understand this was the mountains, but the roads have a lot of pot holes going up the hill/mountain to the rooms.
Close to where the party was in Tahoe Vista. Comfortable bed and decent in room coffee. Real nice people working the front desk.
We checked in, took a look at the room, and ate the hundred bucks and drove home. The room was in disrepair. I pulled back the covers on the bed and a spider crawled out. The window hardware was broken so we couldn't close it. The tv didn't work properly. The curtains on the sliding glass door were dirty, and were not hung properly on the rod. My husband had to re-hook it to make it close. It was the worse room we've ever booked. Very disappointed. How in the world your site could give this Motel three stars is beyond me.
The room got a kitchen and receiving area, nice room with a daybed and king size bed.
Bath tub leak
Very run down motel. The bed was very uncomfortable and the bedding was worn out. There were no screens on some of the windows. We borrowed a few of the complimentary videos only to find that there was no VCR in the room. On the bright side, it was better than camping, and one of the least expensive places to stay in North Tahoe. Advice: bring your own pillow and sheets. My neck is still kinked.
This hotel is very rundown, no upkeep. The beds are old and boxsprings are torn and dirty. The room was smelly. Furniture ancient.
**Great value for the money***; great location; close to Diamond Peak resort; close to Lake Tahoe; no hassle parking; great, helpful staff (I believe they were the owners). Spacious room; clean and well maintained; ease of access from the car; close to amenities (grocery/restaurants etc.
Appliances (stove/fridge) were from the 1960's; picture tube tv, remote did not work well; key/locks were a bit cumbersome to open; No breakfast option; old heater (still worked decently though).