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The Truckee Hotel

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10007 Bridge St, Truckee, CA 96161-0273
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#9 of 15 hotels in Truckee
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Located in the heart of historic downtown Truckee, when you walk into the lobby you will find a caring and gracious staff that will go out of their way to make you feel welcome and at home. The warm earth tone and rich wood complements the fresh mountain air as you ease into your stay with us. Every morning from 7-10 a.m. a continental breakfast of rich brewed coffee and herbal teas, baked goods, fruit, oatmeal/cereals and juice can be enjoyed in a warm setting while capturing the daily weather and news on a large flat screen TV. The Truckee Hotel is centrally located to many North Lake Tahoe ski areas such as Squaw Valley, site of the 1960's Winter Olympics, as well as Northstar, Sugar Bowl, Alpine Meadows, Tahoe Donner, Royal Gorge and more, including Tahoe's latest action packed Woodward at Tahoe. While staying at the Truckee Hotel you can access all of North Lake Tahoe's best amenities, shop in Downtown Truckee or dine in the many restaurants and bistros nearby.
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Janelle M wrote a review Aug 2020
Reno, Nevada4 contributions3 helpful votes
My husband and I have stayed here several times when we just wanted to get away. We LOVE the charm of this old historic hotel, close to shopping and MANY amazing restaurants. This was our first stay during the 'new normal'. The hotel is taking extra measures to ensure the safety of their guests, and Jillian at the front desk bent over backwards to make our stay memorable. I have never experienced such awesome customer service! Be advised that lately, Truckee has a higher than normal influx of people dining out. Service was all outside, and we were OK for lunch, but for dinner, all area restaurants require reservations (which can be several days out). My advice is to plan ahead and make reservations, or get take out and eat in your room, or eat a BIG lunch.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Erick Palmer wrote a review Jan 2020
Reno, Nevada21 contributions18 helpful votes
Right on the center street of Truckee, both close to all the restaurants and the ski slopes in Squaw and Northstar. Charming hotel with an old history, not the biggest or most comfortable beds but it didn't matter as I was exhausted from skiing. Once a discovered the earplugs on the reception counter, the passing train did not bother me either. Sharing bathrooms just added to the old western stage coach experience. Fun hotel, very helpful staff.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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The_Midnight_Rider wrote a review Aug 2019
Merida, Mexico60 contributions23 helpful votes
My wife and I stayed there in August and had a really nice stay. We rented a room with a bathroom and it was very comfy and clean. There is a great deck on the second floor that is open to guests and a nice parlor you can hang out in. We had a fan in the room which was awesome because we sleep with a fan on at home and it was slightly warm. The location was ideal and the bar & restaurant were fantastic. Gillian the manager was so kind and accommodating, she helped us with some great recommendations and went above and beyond to make our stay cozy. She was the best! I wish I was back in Truckee right now! Note: This hotel is not for everyone, it you like cookie-cutter/corporate budget hotels than you might want to book something somewhere else.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Laurie H wrote a review Jun 2019
Rolling Hills Estates4 contributions1 helpful vote
A great old (late 1800’s) hotel that has kept the flavor of the era. The staff/owners couldn’t have been nicer. Have a bathroom in your room or a room with one down the hall- your choice. Wouldn’t matter if you were there in winter or summer, yiu’ll Be comfortable either way.
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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loribob67 wrote a review Mar 2019
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania1,559 contributions264 helpful votes
We had 5 nights booked in South Lake Tahoe at the Marriott Grande Residences, and by the third day had had enough of the Heavenly scene. We decided we wanted to ski at North Star for the day. We packed an overnight bag and headed to Truckee. While on our lunch break we called the Truckee Hotel and got one of their last rooms for the night (we tried the Ritz Carlton but queen rooms were going for $1,499 so….) We are SO glad we did! When we checked in we were greeted by a friendly man at the front desk with a Golden Retriever puppy, and I got to hold his leash while my husband checked us in. This is an awesome historic hotel with tons of charm and character. We had a 4th floor room, European style with a double bed and sink in the room, and 2 shared bathrooms down the hall, both with toilets, one with a shower and one with a claw foot tub. Bed was comfortable and the room was super clean. I couldn’t wait to get into the clawfoot tub! There was never an issue of bathroom sharing, we never saw another person using them and the hotel was full. We didn’t have much issue with bar noise, but they do provide earplugs if needed. We had a great complimentary continental breakfast the next morning. Eat at Moody’s in the same building but make sure to get a reservation or you will have a long wait. The charming town of Truckee can be explored by foot. Staying here overnight was the highlight of our trip. We so enjoyed the historic value of this hotel . This is not a “luxury” hotel, but if you’re a REAL traveler and not a spoiled brat, you will appreciate it for all it’s worth, truly a gem. We are travel warriors and stay in quite a few upscale places, but this was by far one of our favorite places to stay ever. Hoping to return someday, thanks for a wonderful experience.
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Date of stay: March 2019
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Room Tip: $th floor rooms had incredible views of town
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Truckee Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to The Truckee Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Truckee Railroad Museum (0.1 miles), Old Truckee Jail Museum (0.2 miles), and Bar of America (0.04 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Truckee Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at The Truckee Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to The Truckee Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Squeeze In, Pianeta Ristorante, and Marty's Cafe.
Are there any historical sites close to The Truckee Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Rainbow Bridge / Donner Summit Bridge (3.5 miles) and Old Truckee Jail Museum (0.2 miles).