Resort at Squaw Creek now Everline Resort & Spa
Everline Resort & Spa (formerly the Resort at Squaw Creek), in Olympic Valley, is a very unique property. It is the only Four Diamond ski in-ski out destination Condo/Hotel with a championship golf course located at the base of an internationally known ski area in the entire Lake Tahoe area. In 2005 the Resort made a transition to hotel condominium ownership that included an extensive upgrade and renovation. The 403 hotel rooms were converted into Studio units with one, two and three Bedroom luxury resort condominium suites for a total of 238 deeded condominiums. These have been purchased as vacation homes and 90+% of the owners participate in the rental program. Therefore, the Everline Resort & Spa is a major convention facility and destination hotel. The two and three bedroom condominiums are “Lock Off” units which mean that they can be used, or rented, as suites or individual rooms. Because it is a Four Diamond Resort with many first class amenities (see below), the HOA dues that the owners pay is high. However the Resort has one of the highest annual occupancy rates in the entire North Tahoe/Truckee area, so in most cases the rental income that the owners receive usually pays the HOA dues and the property tax.
Everline Resort & Spa offers a rare combination of Four Diamond hotel amenities, such as family activities, full-service spa, fine dining, ice-skating rink, heated pools and water slide, fitness center, convention facilities, and boutique shopping mall. The property is uniquely situated with its own Robert Trent Jones Jr. 18-hole championship golf course, private ski lift with direct access to the world famous Palisades Tahoe ski area and a network of scenic hiking and cross country trails. Over the years, the hotel has earned a reputation as the preferred destination resort hotel for the Olympic Valley and North Tahoe area.
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