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Closest Airport: Reno (Nevada) International
North Shore Tahoe is about a $40 shuttle ride from the airport.
Want to share a cab? E-mail me your flight arrival time and I'll send you the e-mail address of anyone else looking to share a cab arriving at the same approximate time.
By car: The Biltmore is on Crystal Bay in North Shore Tahoe - Neveda side. From the San Francisco Bay Area take Hiway 80 to Truckee, Highway 267 past Kings Beach and you'll find the Biltmore just across the State Line (left hand side) across the street from the CalNeva Lodge.
Current weather information: Tahoe area.
This page is still under construction - more info to come!
The Biltmore Hotel has two types of rooms: Standard rooms in the hotel's main building ("hotel") and a group of lodges on the other side of the parking lot ("lodge"). If you stay in the lodges, you have to cross the parking lot and enter the main building to get to class, if you stay in the hotel you just have to push the down button on the elevator. Other than that the rooms are the same - I've stayed there and it was nice. Most rooms have two beds, so bring your husband, wife, or significant other! Same room cost for two people (second breakfast coupon included). Tahoe has great golf courses, a beautiful lake, hiking trials... and casinos.
Our room price includes free breakfast coupons. The hotel restaurant has a $6.95 prime rib dinner that's fantastic - as well as a full menu. There's also a sports bar, a lounge that will probably have live music on Saturday night, and a great fire place-side bar.
For more information about the hotel, visist the Tahoe Biltmore Hotel Homepage. Rooms regularly go for $99 a night on weekends off season. (Tahoe is a snow skiing mecca in the winter and a water skiing mecca in the summer.)
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