The Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Lake Tahoe Facility Re-opens For The Summer Rush
One of the most famous vacation retreats in Lake Tahoe, The Ritz-Carlton Highlands has now been reopened with the onset of the summer vacations’ rush. Lake Tahoe is one of the most cherished and visited spots in the United Stated during summer season and the reopening of this extremely luxurious resort is sure to pave the way for added tourist interest. The Ritz-Carlton Highlands was previously closed for business, as the facility was undergoing a renovation and maintenance program.
During the spring time, the Ritz-Carlton Highlands had coordinated with Northstar Resort to carry on its services and as the ski season came to an end, so began the closing of the Highlands for renovation purposes, as is done by numerous other mountain resorts such as in Aspen, Jackson Hole and Beaver Creek. The Ritz Carlton Highlands is equally complimented by Ritz-Carlton Club, Lake Tahoe, that offers its guests with breathtaking views of the Sierra Nevada mountain and Martis Valley. The Ritz Carlton Club provides 25 two, three- and four-bedroom residences from 1,423 to 2,434 square feet. Each of these residences are equipped with a gourmet kitchen with wine refrigerator, a luxurious living room complete with its own fireplace and marble bathroom floors.
According to Allen Highfield (General Manager, The Ritz-Carlton Highlands),
“It was time to put all the ski gear away and get the mountain concierge ready with mountain bikes, golf clubs and backpacks for hiking. If winter was any indication, we are going to be very busy during our first summer.”
The Ritz Carlton Club is available for all interested vacationers as part of a fractional ownership, with a contract that entitles the owners to use the facilities or 21 days each year.