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Resort at Squaw Creek, a AAA Four-Diamond resort, is ideally situated at the base of Squaw Valley, home of the 1960 Winter Olympics. Squaw Valley is undergoing an exciting $50-million "renaissance" in on-mountain improvements.


Squaw Valley, California

This California vacation resort is located on 195 hillside acres beneath the mammoth peaks of Squaw Valley.

400 Squaw Creek Road
PO Box 3333
Olympic Valley, California 96146
Phone: 530-583-6300
Guest Fax: 530-581-6632
Toll free: 800-3CREEK3

Destination Hotels is a privately held lodging management company headquartered in suburban Denver, Colo. with more than 40 independent, luxury and upscale hotels, resorts and golf clubs, Destination Hotels & Resorts properties are located in key metropolitan and resort markets including Los Angeles Houston, Denver, Dallas, San Diego, Aspen, Phoenix, Portland, San Diego, Santa Fe, Stowe, Palm Springs, Maui and Lake Tahoe. For more information on the properties in the Destination Hotels & Resorts collection, please visit

Ward-Young Architects
Truckee, CA

Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall
San Francisco, CA

Design Workshop, Inc.
Aspen, CO


Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
Palo Alto, CA

Simon, Martin-Vegue, Winkelstein, Morris
San Francisco, CA

Vail Engineering Corporation, Tahoe City, CA
Kennedy/Jenkins/Chilton, Reno, NV
Kleinfelder, Reno, NV

December 20, 1990

Perini Resorts, Inc. LDD
Boston, MA; San Francisco, CA; Olympic Valley, CA

$130 million

Destination Hotels & Resorts, Englewood, CO
Jamie Sabatier, President and Chief Operating Officer


Resort at Squaw CreekTM features 405 luxury accommodations, including deluxe rooms, fireplace suites, and bi-level penthouses. Panoramic windows in guest room frames the resort’s majestic Sierra Nevada mountain backdrop.

All accommodations include:

  • Pillow-top beds
  • Remote-controlled LED flat-screen TVs
  • High-speed wireless internet access
  • Refrigerators
  • Hair dryers and robes
  • Irons and ironing boards
  • Coffee makers
  • Individual heating and cooling controls
  • USA Today newspapers Monday - Friday
  • Pay-Per-View movies

Suites include all the above plus:

  • Separate bedroom with LED flat-screen TV
  • Living room with gas fireplace, LED flat-screen TV and queen-sized sofa sleeper
  • Dining table and chairs
  • Washer/Dryer combination
  • Resort-style kitchenettes (china, glassware and silverware provided). Does not include an oven.

Penthouses include all the above plus:

  • Laundry facility


  • Cribs (fee)
  • Rollaway beds (fee)
  • Baggage services
  • Bell captain
  • Business Center
  • ATM
  • Express checkout
  • Children's services - special menus, Mountain Buddies, games
  • Concierge
  • Wake-up services
  • Laundry facilities
  • Three electric vehicle charging stations


  • All local and toll free calls for the first 30 minutes or each call
  • Wireless interent access in room and around resort 
  • In-room coffee teas
  • Shuttle to and from Squaw Village
  • Access to the Fitness Center
  • Access to Oasis pools and outdoor spas
  • Access to steam rooms and saunas in men's and women's locker rooms
  • Newspaper delivery Monday - Friday
  • Concierge service
  • Ski/Golf valet
  • Express check out, available through LodgeNet on your in-room television


Resort at Squaw Creek is conveniently located 42 miles west of the Reno/Tahoe International Airport, 200 miles east of San Francisco and 100 miles east of Sacramento via Interstate 80 with access to Highway 89 south. Limousine/shuttle service can be arranged for guests.

We provide three electric vehicle charging stations to our guests. They are complimentary with paid valet parking and are located behind the guest tower. Two stations are Tesla charging stations and one is a generic EV station.

Valet parking is available for $25 per night, May 1 through November 8, 2017. Self-parking is complimentary.


Andre Priemer, Managing Director, Resort at Squaw Creek


Twenty-four conference rooms, 33,000 square feet of indoor meeting space, 14,750 square feet of outdoor function space. Indoor meeting facilities include the 9,525-square-foot Grand Sierra Ballroom and the 5,200-square-foot Alpine Ballroom. The conference center features:

  • Professional conference planning managers
  • State-of-the-art audio/visual control center with audio and video editing and production
  • Rear and/or front screen projection
  • Wireless high-speed Internet access
  • Breakout areas with refreshment kiosks
  • Professional conference concierge service
  • Individual lighting and temperature control
  • Ergonomically designed swivel chairs


Six Peaks Grille
: Our contemporary steakhouse features the freshest produce from the resort's on-site garden, seafood, and steaks - all with spectacular mountain and valley views. This unique dining experience offers you the opportunity to dine beside our outdoor fire pit or to choose a more traditional, relaxed indoor setting alongside Six Peaks Grille's stone fireplace while you enjoy panoramic views through floor-to-ceiling picture windows. Dinner hours vary, please contact the resort concierge to reserve. 530.581.6610  

Sandy's Pub: Sandy's Pub is the perfect gathering place for families and friends, serving tasty appetizers and delicious meals in a casual, mountain-style atmosphere. Along with big screens in every direction, playing the latest game or ski movie, you'll find a fabulous selection of craft beer, wine, and specialty drinks. Serving lunch and dinner daily. Happy hour is Monday through Friday, 3 - 5 pm.

Sweet Potatoes Deli: A cheerful and quaint marketplace that provides Starbucks coffee; light breakfasts; deli sandwiches; salads; and homemade soups. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.


Winter/Spring (approximately November - April)

  • Exclusive on-property chair lift with ski-in/ski-out access to Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows' 6,000 acres of nordic ski terrain
  • 18 kilometers of groomed cross-country skiing/snowshoe trails
  • Outdoor ice skating pavilion
  • Sledding
  • Dog sled tours
  • Snowshoeing, with equipment rental available

Summer/Fall (approximately May - October)

  • Robert Trent Jones Jr. championship golf course
  • FootGolf
  • Two outdoor tennis courts, with equipment rental available
  • Bike rentals are available for both cruiser and mountain bikes
  • Mountain biking trails to 8,200 feet above sea level
  • Plunge pool with 120-foot water slide
  • Hiking/backpacking
  • Fly fishing lessons and guided trips
  • Lake Tahoe activities, including jet skiing, boating, water skiing and kayaking

Year-round recreation

  • Two outdoor heated swimming pools
  • Luxury full-service spa
  • Health and fitness center
  • Boutique shopping
  • Lake Tahoe activities, including shopping, dining and casinos located on the Nevada shoreline


The Spa at Squaw Creek is North Lake Tahoe's largest, most luxurious spa facility. Our full-service spa offers a variety of personal services that allow you to indulge in a relaxing spa day or afternoon.

  • Massage
  • Hydrafacials
  • Pre-natal spa treatments
  • Signature body treatments
  • Facials
  • Group or couples spa treatment room (Tranquility Room)


Located at the Spa at Squaw Creek, exercise indoors with an outdoor view of the ice skating rink during the winter or our grass pavilion during the summer. The Health and Fitness Center offers:
State-of-the-art Cybex cardiovascular equipment, circuit weight training machines and free weights
Men's and women's locker rooms with separate dry saunas and steam rooms


Resort at Squaw Creek features its own boutique shopping promenade. Here, you'll find locally-made clothing, household items, jewelry, and fine art, along with designer fashion, sporting equipment, kids clothing, toys, and much more - all within steps of your room.

Squaw Creek Sports

A shop for the outdoor enthusiast. Squaw Creek Sports is fully stocked with the latest ski and snowboard apparel and accessories in winter, our sport shop carries logo golf apparel and accessories, outdoor clothing, and hiking shoes the rest of the year.

Sweet Potatoes Deli

Featuring home accessories, souvenirs, sundries, newspapers, and wine.


Offering a wide selection of Resort at Squaw Creek logo apparel and locally-made clothing, including T-shirts, sweatshirts, caps, kid's swimwear and swim accessories.

Elite Feet

Custom ski boot purchase and fitting by Elite Feet's professionals will enhance your skiing experience. Make an appointment for a guaranteed fit that ensures comfort and performance on the slopes.

Tahoe Style

Elegant European and American skiwear and sportswear for men and women.

Double Diamond Jewelry

Offers 14 Karat and 18 Karat gold, diamonds, and exquisite precious and semi-precious jewels, showcasing the craftsmanship of local jewelers.

RSC_SquawValley_Meadow_Fence The 1960's winter Olympics were held right here in Squaw Valley
ResortAtSquawCreekCam_09-29-19-04_1068-pm_1080 Resort at Squaw Creek rests on 195 acres of forest and mountains, which is perfect for summer hiking, winter skiing, or just plain relaxing by the pool with a view
RSC_LakeTahoe_SunriseSnowRocks Lake Tahoe is just ten minutes away from Resort at Squaw Creek
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Surrounded by six majestic Sierra peaks, the Links at Squaw Creek is a championship Robert Trent Jones Jr. golf course that rests serenely at the base of Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows near Lake Tahoe, California.

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North Lake Tahoe's luxurious Spa at Squaw Creek offers massage treatments, facials, and body treatments. Rated by Conde Nast Traveler as one of the Top 5 Resort Spas, Spa at Squaw Creek radiates with natural colors, materials and textures that bring the beauty of the outdoors in. Soothing water features, Aspen trees, river rocks, and natural sunlight reflect the beauty of Squaw Valley, California.

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