Welcome to 3 Peaks Resort & Beach Club, your South Lake Tahoe “home away from home.” 3 Peaks Resort & Beach Club aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting South Lake Tahoe, 3 Peaks Resort Beach Club is located a short distance from South Lake Tahoe Ice Arena (1.8 mi) and Temple Bat Yam (1.8 mi).
3 Peaks Resort & Beach Club is a family-friendly resort offering a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The resort features a concierge and a sun terrace. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting South Lake Tahoe. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you like Asian restaurants, 3 Peaks Resort And Beach is conveniently located near Off The Hook, Lotus Pho Asian Cuisine, and Poke Rok.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Van Sickle Bi-State Park (0.4 mi) and Marcus Ashley Fine Art Gallery (0.2 mi), which are all within walking distance of the resort.
3 Peaks Resort & Beach Club puts the best of South Lake Tahoe at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
After a freezing night of camping we decided to book a hotel and went in person the nest day morning.The lady at the front desk was nice and checked us in immediately.The rate was $100 average with a $25 pet fee per day for our dog. One of the bed was tilting to one side when we sat and the maintenance fixed it before we moved in. The rooms was very clean ,modern and updated. Pros: Central location -very walkable to shops ,restaurants etc. Friendly staff. Responsive maintenance staff.
Upon arrival we were met by both Denisse and Evelyn with welcoming smiles and excellent service. We would like to extend our gratitude to the entire staff. Our two night stay was relaxing and the location was walking distance to the casinos, restaurants and shops. A short walk to the lake was also pleasurable. Our room was 5 star thanks to Denisse and Evelyn. We were very grateful for such exemplary service. We look forward to returning! Lana and Craig
We visited 3 Peaks midweek to ski and had a great stay. Everything was clean and all the expected amenities were provided. Thank you to Michelle for helping us with room flexibility. Easy walking distance to the beach and to downtown. We went out to dinner and saw a movie after skiing. Will absolutely come back. Thank you!
My son and I decided to take a last minute to trip to Lake Tahoe for the Christmas weekend, December 25, 2021. Living in the Bay area for over 8 years, we've never been to Tahoe. My son had just turned 18 that month. So this was going to be a great gift to finally see what was in our own backyard. So I booked two guest rooms at the Three Peaks Resort and Beach Club at $200.00 each, for a total of $400.00. I booked the rooms through Expedia and was excited to get such a great rate at the last minute. Well, we both were super excited to go. We even took our dog since the Three Peaks Resort is dog friendly. However, the weather conditions quickly took a turn for the worse that day. We thought we were prepared and brought tire chains so we could safely travel in the snow. However, when we got to the point on the road where tire chains were needed, we stopped to put them on. We drove into an area called Fresh Pond, just 46 miles south of the hotel. We asked for help putting on the chains. The convenience store we parked at had an employee helping with chain installation. He did everything to make our chains fit, but said he couldn't put them on. We tried to purchase another set of chains from the store. But everyone was inside buying chains. The store did not have our size, so we were stuck. I immediately called the hotel and talked to a front desk agent, Michelle. I told her our situation and that there was no way we'd be able to physically make it to the hotel without chains. She said they had a strict holiday cancellation policy that night, but if I called Expedia, she'd authorize one of my rooms to be refunded. However, after Expedia called her back, she refused saying she could only refund the money if I had more than one night. So I called her back immediately and reminded her we had just talked and that she agreed to refund one of the rooms. She said she misunderstood and that she could only give me a refund if I had more than one night stay. I told her when we first talked she confirmed I was staying for one night with two rooms. She said she misunderstood and that there was nothing she could do. I again told her it was no way for us to physically get there. She again unempathetically said there was nothing she could do. I unfortunately had to spend another $200 to be towed 8 miles down the mountain, where tire chains were no longer needed. It was a pure fiasco and extremely stressful. The next day Expedia called me to say they were going to reach out to the General Manager of the hotel to see if they could help me. They later contacted me saying they were unable to reach the General Manager. A few days later I also tried to reach the General Manager, who they said is Marlene. I left a detailed voice message on Marlene's voicemail. The hotel staff would not give me her email address and said she would pick up the voicemail and get back to me as soon as possible. I never received a return call. I then tried a couple more times, each time they said she was not available and to leave a voicemail. To date I still have not had a return call by the hotel. I have worked in the hospitality industry as a Director of Sales, and now a Director of Human Resources, for over 24 years. I understand there are policies. But I also understand there are extenuating circumstances. The situation I was in definitely qualified as an extenuating circumstance. But it fell on deaf ears without any resolution. As a consumer, you try to do business with an establishment hoping they will be professional and courteous. So far, the 3 Peaks Resort and Beach Club have been neither. It's incredibly disappointing they are choosing to handle business this way.…
Thank you to Ariel for being so accommodating with our travel plans and changes. With Omicron surge and 3 kids' schedules, things had to move around quite a bit. She was so flexible with me. She was wonderful to work with!
We visited in winter and I would suggest this spot for a summer visit. The pool is only seasonal, but is ensconced in a beautiful pine setting. Hot tub was very large and perfect for after skiing. The rooms were standard motel fare. The price is not worth the value. They need to do a lot of upgrades on the rooms. The best part of this motel is the location which is in walking distance to many local spots.
I love this hotel! The room was large and comfy, also quiet with a great view of the trees. It's close to the lake, you can walk anywhere that's fun and lively in South shore and the staff was amazing! Especially the service by Bryan and Michelle. Both went out of their way to offer extra towels, area info and a smile. I'll be sure to be back soon! Thank you!
Stayed here for 2 nights. For the price we were expecting a lot more. Rooms are just run-down and sad. Air conditioner (?) was very loud and didn't really work. Old linens. And I'm not sure how they get away calling this a "beach resort" - it is a 10-15 minute walk, and it costs $5 per person to go. We skipped it...maybe that's why other people rated this place so high? I would not recommend.
This place should be 0 star hotel it is so dirty and they overcommit on parking so they ask you to park on the red curb on thee street saying they never ticket there. there is dirt every where and the room smells horrible. People don't pick up after their pets and the rooms look like they haven't seen updated or cleaned since the 60s. Did I mention the rooms smells? customer service is horrible. I found a bunch of pins in the bed. The hardware for the shower doesn't even work so you have to keep turning for hot water. The AC which they advertise doesn’t work in the summer so they give you fans which do nothing in this heat
Absolutely disappointed, wedding was here for sister in law and the rooms were suppose to be discounted all nights because of so many , the night clerk was great the day female was rude disrespectful and absolutely lazy, and changed all prices to next evening by 100. Almost per 5 rooms, she doesn't need a job, No ac in a room blanket had blood stain people smoking pot everywhere with kids around I would never go here again. Thus traveling back to Idaho and won't go back to Tahoe because of this and California BS .