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The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe Review

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Accommodations ‐ The rooms are beautifully decorated with fine leather and wood furniture along with accents of color matching the richness of the natural landscape. The room had a cozy fireplace two queen size beds, floor to ceiling windows to enjoy the majestic mountain views. The furniture lay out was very smart ‐ maximizing the space allowing easy flow for wheel chair or scooter navigation.

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Accommodations - The rooms are beautifully decorated with fine leather and wood furniture along with accents of color matching the richness of the natural landscape. The room had a cozy fireplace two queen size beds, floor to ceiling windows to enjoy the majestic mountain views. The furniture lay out was very smart - maximizing the space allowing easy flow for wheel chair or scooter navigation.

The bathroom area with toilet and shower was large and free from any obstructions. It featured ample grab bars, an integrated transition shower seat (easy to flip down for use), and a shower head with a slider racket which made accommodating for height especially easy. The shower area was very spacious with plenty of room to rotate in chair if needed.

They also offered a Humidifier for the room. Air moisture eases skin and breathing symptoms caused by dry air. This is a very nice feature and especially helpful in ensuring comfort for many people sensitive to dry air.

Grounds - The grounds blend seamlessly into the environment offering majestic beauty and serenity. Spacious and level outdoor patio for dining at the Manzanita or enjoying their outdoor fire pits for a little s’more extravaganza or simply taking in the night sky. The patio features lots of spacious seating so you can enjoy the beauty of the natural landscape and not feel tightly packed with other guests. The grounds also feature a nice paved walking trail from the patio around to the pool area. Very accessible overall so clients with mobility challenges can equally enjoy all facets of the grounds.

Food - Manzanita and Mountain Blue. Since it was off peak season the Mountain Blue’s food selection was limited, however, everything offered was fresh. The service was excellent and they serve Pete’s coffee which is an added bonus. The meals at the Manzanita were beautifully put together (visually appealing, very fresh, unique and flavorful). The English Pea Ravioli was amazing! We also enjoyed the beet salad and the Goat Cheese prosciutto pizza, and various breakfast entrees.

General - Impeccable attention to detail throughout the property, especially amenities that would make the property overall more enjoyable for disabled guests. It is one thing to be ADA compliant, and another to be disabled friendly. A great place for the whole family to enjoy. It features a teen arcade, spa, exercise facility and on-site Gondola for easy ski in/out access to the mountain. The heated outdoor pool and hot tub both feature an easy to use lift system for disabled clients.

Staff - The staff was friendly and attentive with keen focus on ensuring our stay was excellent.

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