Lakeland Village Resort Accommodations

Lakeland Village Resort at Heavenly

 3535 Lake Tahoe Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

Main number (Front desk): 530-544-1685


About Lakeland Village Resort

Lakeland Village Resort at Heavenly sits on Lake Tahoe and is an official property of Heavenly Mountain Resort.  Policies of both apply. Lakeland Village Resort offers stunning views of the lake and the Sierras. It is conveniently located one mile from Heavenly Village in downtown South Lake Tahoe where restaurants, shops, and the Gondola at Heavenly are located.  A few minutes walk in the other direction (along Lake Tahoe Blvd.) brings you to charming Ski Run Marina with shops and restaurants on the waterfront.

Main Lodge – Reception is located in the main lodge of the resort. Access the sauna from the lobby on the way to the outdoor heated pool and hot tub (hours: 8am-10pm). There is also a fully-equipped fitness center here for our use (hours: 6am-10pm) 

Free shuttle service is offered to/from Heavenly Village and gondola.  See “Transportation” posting in this blog for ideas/details on transportation around town.

Parking is free.  See “Transportation” posting on this blog for more information

All about the amenities of the Resort:


About Our Accommodations

We have reserved a five bedroom luxury, water view townhouse which is our our main gathering and dining in place.

The townhouse has a lovely kitchen, fireplace, nice sleeping accommodations, WIFI & cable TV. Details follow.


2,461 square foot townhome has three levels and lake views. The first level has a fully equipped kitchen, living room with a gas fireplace, large deck with a view of the lake, and two master bedrooms with baths. The second level has three additional bedrooms and two shared baths.  Each bedroom has one king or queen bed. The third level is a 90% enclosed loft with sleeping accommodations for 2 people, usually two double beds and a bath.


Disclaimer: Any information provided in this blog is subject to change, anytime, without notice


This posting was revised on 3/4/22