Red Wolf Lodge

With two locations: On the north shore of Lake Tahoe or at the base of Squaw Valley.
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Red Wolf Lodge

The Red Wolf Lodge is a timeshare-style condo hotel that offers studios and two-bedroom condos that sleep up to six. There are two locations: One at the base of Squaw Valley (stay here if you’re skiing Squaw or Alpine Meadows) and one lakeside in Kings Beach (stay here if you’re skiing Northstar, Diamond Peak, or Homewood). Every room comes with a small kitchen and there’s a gym and hot tub on site. [from $169; www.redwolfsquaw.com]

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