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Combine work and play on Tahoe ski getaway with The Landing and Heavenly

Guests work hard, play hard with luxe amenities plus on-mountain shared workspace

A luxury oasis on Lake Tahoe’s southern shores, The Landing Resort & Spa features top amenities for combining work and play with ski valet and shuttle to nearby Heavenly with on-mountain workspace (ski photo: Jenn Gleckman).

South Lake Tahoe, California – January 11, 2018 – More than 42% of employees feel obligated to check email on vacation, a recent study revealed, and even more interestingly, 67% of respondents “reported feeling more productive following a vacation” – which means that they not only checked email while on a trip for pleasure, but also felt more productive when they returned. Lake Tahoe’s only five-star boutique lakeside resort, The Landing Resort & Spa, has the answer for travelers intent on combining work and pleasure this ski season.

While relaxing in luxurious digs at The Landing, guests can keep up to speed on work with the hotel’s high-speed WiFi, in-room desks and convenient executive business center. Slopeside, combine work and play carving turns at nearby Heavenly Ski Resort with its fresh new coworking space at 8,250 feet. With The Landing’s complimentary ski valet and Mercedes-Benz shuttle to the Heavenly gondola, guests can sink into a perfect powder day while still getting done those critical tasks that make it possible to take a vacation in the first place.

“We know how hard it can be to completely disconnect when business needs arise,” says Henri Birmele, General Manager of The Landing. “Our goal is to help make maintaining the best work-life balance a real possibility for our guests.”

A seamless snowy escape – on or off the slopes – is more than possible at the Landing, which handles all the details in the winter wonderland that is Lake Tahoe, helping guests feel as though they’re on a sumptuous personal retreat. An abundance of winter-oriented amenities – such as the complimentary Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van transport, dedicated ski valet service for gear, boot warmers and secure storage, along with in-room rental fittings for guests looking to avoid hauling their own – provide guests with a customized, pampered experience.

For keeping the work tasks on track, The Landing boasts fast WiFi property-wide, as well as oversized desks and fireplaces in the ultra-luxe Premium King or Queen rooms. Individually and lavishly decorated, each guest room offers soft leather chairs, plush robes, luxurious high-thread-count linens and a bath with jetted tub, walk-in rain shower and heated marble floors. And the resort’s comfortable yet efficiently designed Business Center features copying, faxing and complimentary Internet, with state-of-the-art computers and plenty of work space.

In addition, The Landing sits mere blocks from the gondola to Tahoe’s largest ski resort, Heavenly, known for its amazing lake vistas and its dedication to “work hard, play hard.” Heavenly’s new ski-in, ski-out Tahoe Mountain Lab shared workspace allows visitors to schedule hourly or extended time in South Lake Tahoe’s on-mountain coworking option – enabling guests to take care of business without even removing their boots.

Meanwhile, The Landing’s lake-view deck offers an ideal vantage point for après-ski cocktails and savory Greek-inspired snacks from the resort’s award-winning on-site restaurant, Jimmy’s – also ideal for entertaining clients or conducting meetings in the chic-yet-relaxed setting – which was recently named a South Lake Tahoe Best Hotel Restaurant and Best Fine Dining on the South Shore in Tahoe Quarterly. And after a day of having it all, guests can further take advantage of The Landing’s comforts with a visit to the resort’s on-site spa – which offers sport-specific massages using local and organic herbs and and a warm, welcoming vibe – for the ultimate in relaxation and rejuvenation.

Even travel time is efficient with Reno-Tahoe International Airport offering

nine airlines providing fast, inexpensive service from around the country, including daily non-stop service on JetBlue from New York’s John F. Kennedy International; thrice-weekly non-stop service on Frontier from Denver; twice-weekly non-stop service from Chicago’s O’Hare from late December to early April on United; weekly non-stop service from Dallas on Southwest; daily non-stop service from Atlanta Dec. 21-Jan. 7 and weekly non-stop service Jan. 13-March 25 on Delta; and daily non-stop service from Dallas and Dallas-Fort Worth on American and Southwest. Additionally, daily non-stop flights from all over California include San Francisco, Los Angeles, Oakland, Long Beach, San Jose and Orange County.

The Landing Resort & Spa, Lake Tahoe’s only five-star boutique lakeside resort, offers award-winning contemporary European room design with stone fireplaces, ultra-luxurious bathrooms and spectacular lake views. Amenities include Jimmy’s Restaurant, providing gourmet dining, and the Spa at The Landing, pampering guests with a full menu of treatment options. Ranked #1 in Condé Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards for Top Northern California Hotels in 2016, The Landing also was named one of Outside’s 7 Best New Hotels in Ski Country and is a recipient of an Oyster Best U.S. Luxury Hotel designation, four TravelWeekly Gold Magellan Awards, Luxury Travel Guide’s Luxury Resort and Spa of the Year and Haute Grandeur’s Best Resort Spa – North America designation.  For additional information and reservations contact 855.700.5263 or visit www.thelandingtahoe.com.



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