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|"Wonderful view and nice staff"||(in 52 reviews)|
|"Within walking distance to everything!"||(in 24 reviews)|
|"The continental breakfast was awesome!"||(in 36 reviews)|
|"The pool area was a disgrace!"||(in 17 reviews)|
|"Way to loud, terrible shower"||(in 36 reviews)|
|"The continental breakfast was horrible."||(in 39 reviews)|
|great location||in 319 reviews|
|continental breakfast||in 141 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 117 reviews|
|walking distance||in 93 reviews|
|hotel quirky||in 87 reviews|
|shower was small||in 87 reviews|
|parking lot||in 80 reviews|
|location and parking||in 69 reviews|
|pool area||in 59 reviews|
|great restaurant attached||in 54 reviews|
|water sprayed||in 45 reviews|
|hot tub||in 40 reviews|
|rooms are small||in 38 reviews|
|heavenly gondola||in 32 reviews|
|close to restaurants||in 31 reviews|
|comfortable beds||in 29 reviews|
|heavenly village||in 29 reviews|
|water pressure is very low||in 27 reviews|
|casinos||in 15 reviews|
|pet friendly||in 13 reviews|
|biscuits and gravy||in 11 reviews|
|lake tahoe||in 8 reviews|
|old building||in 5 reviews|
The beds were so comfortable. The location is prime for all the downtown local eatieries and casinos
The breakfast is not good. There needs to be more options. The hotel owns a restaurant for goodness sakes. There has to be other and better options
The hot tub was in a weird location.
Location was great, staff was very friendly.
Older hotel recently remodeled. Didn’t do a great job and lots of loose ends left undone.
Inm was closed but reservation was still made. Arrived to find hotel empty and paper sign on door. Number provided on the office door didn't connect. Very frustrating but was able to find another hotel for same price and much better services.
No microwave in the room
It was clean and bed was comfortable. Location was great for skiing.
Website description was wrong! They do not have a pool or hot tub, or even tubs in the rooms. We also didn't get a refresh for the room
Good location at stateline close to everything. Quiet heater
Room was dark with dim lighting. Old school tv.
the staff were so helpful and friendly. Sean the front desk clerk was wonderful.
I did not like the shower, temperature of the water changed so quickly to too hot or too cold. the water pressure was so poor.
They always had fresh coffee and water in the lobby. I could walk out our door, cross the street and be in the middle of downtown. There were so many restaurants and shops right there.
Our sink was leaking but once we told them it was fixed right away.
Always the place I will stay!
I really love the comfort of the beds and the convenience of the location. This is my 4th stay and still really enjoy it
I would say it would be nice if the televisions were updated. Maybe some better hotel toiletries and a few more towels.
The location was great . Having coffee available 24/7 was really nice
The TV was very old, Not many choices of channels. Our stay was fine for the price. I would pay a bit more for an updated TV and channel choices. It's not that we're in Tahoe for TV, but after along day kayaking or hiking we do like to watch some sports that might be on.. Like the Giants or 49ner's
I don't usually feel compelled to write yelp reviews, but our stay at this place was too horrible not to mention. The outside of the building is VERY charming. But as soon as we stepped foot into the room, an entirely different story unfolded. TONS of stains on the carpet, black mold in the bathroom, a non-working refrigerator and a TV straight from the early 90s were just the start. One of the things that sold us on the room initially was the tempurpedic mattress, which was great, until we found it to be covered with unlimited DISGUSTING stains. After showering/getting ready for dinner our first night there, we looked at the bottom of our feet and they were BLACK from the bathroom floor and carpet. Within 30 minutes of checking in, we were already calling other hotels in the area to get out. Aside from the disgusting and unsanitary condition of the room, our overall experience was also less than pleasant. We arrived back at our room from the casinos at 2:15am to find that there was not a single parking spot available on the entire property, and that our room key had been deactivated. Thank goodness for the front desk being open 24/7. Our key was reactivated by a young gentleman who was less than pleasant. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt, considering that it was 2:15am on a Saturday and he was stuck in a hotel lobby. When I asked where we should be parking, as there was no street parking available either, he told us that our only option was to illegally park in one of the handicapped stalls on the property. Do yourself a favor and steer completely clear of this place. Trust me, it's worth the extra $50/night or so to stay at one of the other hotels/resorts in the area. We will be reporting the property to the health department today and we will NEVER be returning.
Lake Tahoe is a beautiful place to visit. Travelers from all over the world make the trip to Lake Tahoe each year. When choosing a place to stay here, it can be difficult because there are many hotels in the area. One of the most popular is the Hotel Becket Lake Tahoe. This hotel is located in Heavenly Village of Lake Tahoe. The hotel offers free breakfast each day, is pet friendly, has Lake Tahoe beach access, an outdoor pool, indoor hot tub and sauna, 24-hour coffee and tea service, an outdoor grilling area, and family board games are available to check out in the lobby area.
The rooms here have that cabin in the woods feel and have great amenities. The rooms include Wi-Fi, premium bedding, mini fridge, hair dryer, coffee maker, black out shades, flat screen television, iron, and work desk. These rooms are incredibly cozy and guests of the hotel will feel right at home in them.
Lake Tahoe offers guests quite a lot to do in the area. For those who love to explore and adventure, this is the place for you. There is hiking nearby, along with boat rides, bike rentals, skiing, Vikingsholm, Marcus Ashley Gallery, Benko Art Gallery, and Sun Art Gallery. There truly is something here for everyone!
When booking a room at the Becket Lake Tahoe, it is important to know the best times of year to go. If guests want to catch great skiing here, they will need to call months in advance to make sure they get the room they want.
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Guests travelling with new or existing direct bookings for stays at Hotel Becket through 30 June 2020 will have their cancellation or change penalties waived up to 24 hours prior to arrival. For more information, visit the Wyndham Group Response to COVID-19 page.
Nestled between the waters of Lake Tahoe and an abundance of shops at Heavenly Village, you’ll experience the perfect combination of outdoor adventure and modern amenities. Located only 700 ft from the Van Sickle State Park Trailhead, there are miles of untouched nature to explore just minutes from the hotel.
Make sure your next vacation is a stylish one by reserving a Heavenly King Suite. Boasting 450 sq ft of space and multiple sitting areas to sprawl out across, you’ll feel just as comfortable as you do at home. Furnished with a king size bed and a sleeper sofa, up to 4 people can stay. Available from approximately $214 per night, tasteful art throughout creates a luxurious feel.
Upon your arrival, you will receive a bed and tasty treat for your furry friend. Two pets weighing no more than a combined 90 lb are allowed per room, with a nightly fee of approximately $25 per pet. Dogs are welcome on the terrace of the adjoined Ten Crows restaurant.
If you are looking to hit the reset button, a romance bundle is available for lovers wishing to create a memorable getaway, with a bottle of champagne provided upon arrival and a late checkout at 1:00 pm.
There is a dedicated kids’ menu at Ten Crows restaurant, with popular dishes such as chicken tenders and corn dogs. For some old-fashioned time together, huddle around the blazing fire pit at night. Unlimited local and long-distance phone calls are available, letting you stay in touch with family back home. Bunkbed suites can comfortably sleep up to 6 people.
You can hear a range of talented musicians take the stage at Ten Crows restaurant. Local and touring artists perform every night of the week, usually starting at 5:00 pm. Make sure to drop into the restaurant if your favorite team is playing, as TVs broadcast live sports from across the country.
Tahoe Blue is an expansive entertaining area with a unique bar, ideal for hosting weddings, social gatherings, birthday parties and corporate events. There is also a sophisticated boardroom fitted with state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment and a grand central table, well-suited to intimate business meetings. Catering and decoration are available from the experienced team of event planners.
Transfer companies offer scheduled services from Reno-Tahoe International Airport up to 10 times per day. Available from approximately $33 for an adult and $20 for a child, the roughly 1h 15m commute will take you to the front door of the hotel. If you would prefer to travel in a private car, an Uber trip will likely shave 10m off the journey and cost approximately $87. (Prices checked 03/07/19).
Hotel Becket is located at 4003 Lake Tahoe Blvd, 4.1 km from the centre of South Lake Tahoe. Heavenly Village is the closest landmark to Hotel Becket.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Hotel Becket.
No, Hotel Becket does not offer free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Hotel Becket offers free parking.
No, Hotel Becket does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Hotel Becket is 63 km from Reno. Hotel Becket is 145.4 km from Sacramento Intl.
Yes, Hotel Becket is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, Hotel Becket has a pool on-site.