Every studio has Snap-worthy views of the lake and surrounding mountains. (Your followers will be so jealous).
Mourelatos Lakeshore Resort
Located on Lake Tahoe
Access to Private Beach
Yoga Studio, Spa, Fitness and Beauty Salon across the Street
2 Outdoor Hot Tubs
BBQ Grills, Fire Pits
Access to DVD Library Included
Kayaks, Water Trampoline, Paddle Boards.. Included
Continental Breakfast Included
All Day Coffee/Tea in Common Areas Included
Free Ski Shuttle
Seasonal Adventure Programs
Private Balcony (Studio Lakeside Only)
1.0 Mile to Safeway
8.8 Miles to Northstar California Ski Resort
About the Resort
Near Ski Resort
Get up early and don’t miss the fresh powder at Northstar California Resort, only a 15 minute shuttle ride away.
Staying in the heart of downtown Tahoe Vista puts you by all kinds of exciting shops and dining.
On the Lake
Located on Lake Tahoe the resort gives you an easy access to a private beach.
Relax with a deep tissue massage or rejuvinating facial at North Lake Massage & Skin Care.
There are 2 outdoor hot tubs at the resort, perfect for recouping from an action-packed day.
Near Hiking Trails
Lace up those hikers. Brockway Summit Tahoe Rim Trail Trailhead is just a 7 minute drive from the resort.
Old Brockway Golf Course is a 3 minute drive from the resort – so toss your clubs in the car and go.
Leave it to a family-owned lodge to create a resort with everything you could need to keep the whole crew happy. Nestled in the middle of North Lake Tahoe with 275 feet of private beach and an array of toys and activities for all ages, the Mourelatos Lakeshore Resort is the prime locale for a waterfront getaway. When you get to your inviting studio, your eye will immediately be drawn to the stunning views of the water. The very sight of the lake will have kids in swimsuits and begging to hit the beach before you’ve had a chance to settle in. Follow their lead, dig out the sunscreen and leave the unpacking for later. Once on the beach, park yourself in a cushioned lounger and get lost in that bestseller paperback (finally!). Join the crew for games of corn hole or ping pong between chapters. You won’t need to bring your usual arsenal of beach gear – the resort has everything covered. Loungers and cabanas, kayaks, stand up paddle boards, paddle boats and various games are all at your disposal – not to mention the (famous) water trampoline. When stomachs start rumbling, fire up one of the barbecues and throw on some franks for a quick lunch – or delegate the meal to your crew’s self-proclaimed grill master, and sit back while someone else cooks for you. Once everyone’s thoroughly beached out you’ll be glad to have a homey crash pad (and comfy bed) to return to – perfect for pre-dinner power naps. Thanks to a full kitchen, you have the option of staying in and treating your crew to your signature dish. Over dinner, game plan for tomorrow – SUP yoga? Kayak tour? Maybe the Mountain Survival Game? (Loudest “yessss” wins.) Time your evening just right so you can take your post-dinner beverage out onto your suite’s patio to admire the view as the sun sets on the High Sierras.
Cheery and spacious studios at Mourelatos feel more like your family lake house than a hotel suite. A cushy king bed and convenient queen sofa sleeper are great for small families and friend groups. Every suite has a view of the lake, so go ahead and open the large windows and patio doors and let the fresh air and sunlight work their mood-enhancing magic. Every unit has access to a semi-private patio, or you can book the Lake Front unit and enjoy a larger, private patio and panoramic views of Lake Tahoe and the Sierras. (Your Instagram followers will be envious.)
Declaring it a dinner-out night? You’ll find several options nearby, including some of Lake Tahoe’s most beloved eateries. Gar Woods Grill & Pier is just minutes away by car (or by boat!), dishing up California-fresh seafood, classic American fare and a kid’s menu – plus an adjoining speedboat museum. MLR remains a family haven in the winter too, with access to 18 acres for snowshoeing and cross country skiing, fire pits for s’mores and a shuttle to nearby ski resorts.
Free Newspapers in Lobby | Free Ski Shuttle
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type.
Cards Accepted at Resort
Minimum check-in age is 18.
Pets not allowed
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
No rollaway/extra beds available
We have included all charges provided to us by the property. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book.
The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.
- Airport shuttle fee: USD 98.00 per person (roundtrip)
- Late check-out fee: USD 20.00
- Crib (infant bed) fee: USD 25.00 per night
The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.
From boating on Lake Tahoe in the summer to shredding the slopes in the winter, this former gold-mining hub is an outdoorsman's paradise. With Northstar and Sugar Bowl to the north, Diamond Peak and Mt. Rose to the east, and Homewood to the west - there's no shortage of choice skiing.