USA North Lake Tahoe California Tahoe City Listing #51972

Unit 18A at Granlibakken - Tahoe City, CA

2 reviews
Max. occupancy: 6 (4 adults) 1 Queen Bed, 1 Futon, 1 Sofa Bed 0 bedrooms 1 bathroom No pets  4WD/traction may be required in winter
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Well-Equipped Second-Level Studio w/Free WiFi, Balcony, & Shared Outdoor Pool

Endless relaxation and convenience await at this second-floor home away from home! Offering a well-equipped full kitchen with all the appliances needed, an inviting living room area with a comfortable sofa in front of a wood-burning fireplace and a large, wall-mounted flatscreen TV, and a prime location minutes away from the popular Lake Tahoe, this retreat won't disappoint. This studio is ideal for a solo escapade to the woods, a romantic trip with your significant other, or a thrilling adventure with a friend or relative. Take advantage of the shared outdoor pool for a refreshing splash during the summer months, or work on your service on the shared tennis court.

What's nearby:
This convenient escapade is located just one and a half miles from Tahoe City which boasts many restaurants, galleries, shops, and nightlife. For the skiers in the group, you are just six miles from exclusive resorts such as Homewood and eight miles to Squaw Valley or Alpine Meadows for skiing and snowboarding. Summer visitors will also have endless activities to try, including the many hiking and biking trails, and enjoy concerts at Commons Beach. Golfers will be thrilled by the close proximity to Tahoe City Golf Course, which is only one and a half miles away. Lake Tahoe is a short walk away, offering endless attractions and things to do no matter the season you decide to visit. Summertime brings fishing, boating, paddleboarding, biking, jetskiing, and more!

Things to know:
Please note that WiFi can be slow due to our being a mountain town. Lake Tahoe is a mountain town. Our internet signal is different than in big cities. When there is not a lot of people in town, the internet is high-speed. As the town fills up and people stream, the internet will ebb and flow.
This rental is located on floor 2.

Parking Notes: Chains or a 4x4 vehicle will be required, depending on the weather. Please check road conditions in the winter months to see if they are needed. Please adhere to Caltrans traffic advisories during winter storms. Traction tires or 4-wheel drive may be required. Please refrain from parking on the street. Vehicles may be towed if they're blocking snowplows from clearing the road. ***The Front Desk in the Main Lodge does not Service Unit 18A or 18B.***

County permit number: STR21-81221

You must be 25 years or older to rent this property.


Common areas

Gym/fitness room



Heating & cooling

Central AC


Partial AC

Space heater

Wood-burning fireplace

Kitchen & dining






Mountain View





Wireless router

Nearby activities & attractions

Downhill Skiing

Golf Nearby

On-site activities

Board games

Tennis court : Shared

Basketball court : Shared



Beach towels

2 reviews

Natasha R. Aug 2021
We loved everything about the unit.
TRAVIS F. Jul 2021
Upon arriving we were shocked to learn our studio that we were paying $350 a night for had no air conditioning and the indoor temperature was literally 87F. We cancelled our second night and left by 7AM because we were so miserable and unable to sleep in the heat.

Hidden within the "resort fee" is actually a $200 cleaning fee but they were clearly reusing single use items like dish soap (our soap bottle had crusted and dried soap all over). We booked through Priceline and while the dollar values for the fees are the same via, they are described quite differently. This essentially hid what we were paying for from us.

In the winter this would be a much nicer place, but I feel like we were robbed.

As I said above, we rented through Priceline thinking this was a room within the hotel but were surprised to find it is essentially an Airbnb. Not a big deal, but it wasn't obvious to us and when emails from both and Vacasa showed up we were confused.