The pool is heated year round, so get in a few laps or drop by for a free water aerobics class.
Olympic Village Inn
Short Walk to Squaw Valley (Shopping, Dining, Grocery)
Short Walk to Squaw Valley Ski Lifts
Short Walk to Shirley Canyon and Squaw Creek Hiking Trails
Outdoor Heated Pool, 5 Hot Tubs, Sauna
Fitness Center, Arcade-Style Game Room
BBQ Grills, Gas Fire Pit
Free Snowshoes and Bicycles
Hiking, Ski and Snowshoe Tours Available
Free Ski Shuttle
About the Resort
Near Ski Resort
Start shredding ASAP, it's a 7 minute walk to Tram lift.
Shopping and dining await! Squaw Valley is just a 7 minute walk away.
Swim laps all year long, the outdoor pool is heated!
5 outdoor hot tubs let you reward yourself with a nice, long soak.
Near Hiking Trails
With Shirley Canyon just steps away, and Squaw Creek Trail a 15 minute walk away you'll get all the best hiking in.
The oh-so-charming Olympic Village Inn is just removed enough from the Village at Squaw Valley to provide a serene setting for a relaxing getaway, but close enough to lend easy access to the slopes for an epic ski trip. Combining vintage charm with modern amenities, this recently renovated resort was originally built as lodgings for the athletes competing in the 1960 Winter Olympics. It’s architecture and decor draw inspiration from Alpine chalets, and its super-friendly staff serves in the name of European hospitality. If you’re here to ski, the slopes at Squaw Valley are just a ten minute stroll from the Inn. But if you’d rather not schlep your boots, boards and skis there’s a complimentary shuttle ready to whisk you and your gear right up to the lifts. With a winning combo of 450 inches of annual snowfall and 300 days of sunshine (that’s California for you) it's no wonder over 600,000 skiers and snowboarders flock to Squaw Valley each season. If you feel like exploring beyond Squaw, just hop the free shuttle to its sister ski resort Alpine Meadows - your lift ticket is good for both mountains. As the snow begins to slick and sun starts to set on the Sierras make your way back down to the Village. Rendezvous with your crew and pick from a variety of slopeside eateries ranging from sushi to steakhouse. Then hop the shuttle back to OVI and cap the evening with a soak in one of five outdoor hot tubs to soothe any sore muscles (signs of a day well-skied).
One-bedroom suites at Olympic Village Inn are charming, cozy and clean. A comfy queen in the master and a full size sofa bed in the living room make these suites perfect for a small family or romantic couple’s trip. Choose between the standard one-bedroom unit, or the deluxe suite for a bit more space. A handy kitchenette (with everything but an oven) lets you whip up snacks and light meals, while a private balcony offers scenic views of the surrounding woods and mountains.
Staying right by the ski resort means easy access to an array of fun attractions and fine dining. Take a break from the slopes with alpine adventures like ice skating, snowmobile tours, tubing or even dog-sledding. When it comes to cuisine, choose from dozens of apres eateries in the Village at Squaw Valley. The jovial Auld Dubliner Irish Pub dishes up classic comfort food and traditional Irish fare, while Fireside Pizza Co. is known for their artisanal pies and farm-fresh toppings. Fancy some local flavors? PlumpJack Cafe boasts a seasonal menu of gourmet California fare and an impressive wine list.
Located in scenic Olympic Valley west of Lake Tahoe, Squaw Valley Resort boasts a revamped base village, 4,000 acres of terrain and a whopping 450 inches of annual snowfall. Ski bums have been flocking to Squaw since it hosted the 1960 Olympics, along with its sister ski resort Alpine Meadows.