Lake Tahoe’s Resort at Squaw Creek is committed to ensuring that all requirements for the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are met or exceeded. In addition to a variety of handicapped accessible hotel rooms and services, our lodging staff is trained to accommodate guests with special needs. In addition, Resort at Squaw Creek has a Disabled Access Ambassador. Mario Rey, our Disabled Access Ambassador can help guests with disabilities navigate the property, highlight the best places to access the North Lake Tahoe region, and provide firsthand knowledge of activities suitable for disabled guests.
The following facilities are available for persons with disabilities at our Tahoe resort hotel: audio-visual smoke detectors; wheelchair-accessible peepholes; wheelchair-accessible doors; fitness center is wheelchair accessible; wheelchair-accessible climate controls; public restrooms are wheelchair accessible; portable bathtub benches are available for all room types; wheelchair-accessible sink/vanity and towel racks; wheelchair-accessible closet poles; roll-in showers; close-captioned television decoders; telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD); telephone alerting device; front door alerting device; vibrating alarm clock; and audio-visual smoke detector.
In addition, the hotel's front entrance, front desk and concierge desk are all wheelchair accessible.
Disabled Access Ambassador
Mario Rey is passionate about hospitality and the myriad of outdoor activities offered in the Lake Tahoe region. During the summer it's easy to find Mario out on his hand bike, and during the winter he is often found on his sit-ski. A longtime resident of Lake Tahoe, Mario is loaded with helpful tips for disabled guests.