Desolation Hotel, a new eco-luxury micro-resort opening in South Lake Tahoe in May 2022, is hosting a fundraising drive and event, where 100% of donations will be split evenly and benefit the Wildland Firefighter Foundation and the El Dorado Community Foundation’s Caldor Fire Fund. All donations up to a total of $50,000 will be matched dollar for dollar by Desolation Hotel and Maggie’s Restaurant and Bar, to raise $100,000. Click here to donate.
Desolation Hotel hosts a donation-based, kid-friendly Halloween Spookytacular at the site (933 Poplar St., South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150) of the future property on Halloween from 3-6 pm. Halloween Spookytacular will feature trick or treating, carnival games, music, food, and drinks. Suggested donations at the door are $100 per family, although everyone is welcome, and donations of any size are appreciated. Costumes are optional but encouraged.
About Desolation Hotel
Opening in South Lake Tahoe in May 2022, Desolation Hotel is a new, exceptionally well-appointed, eco-luxury micro-resort featuring 21 signature townhomes, studios, and suites blending Japanese tranquility with Scandinavian design. Guest experiences will include seasonal fare at Maggie’s Restaurant & Bar, in-room soaking tubs on outside balconies, outdoor saltwater pool and Japanese-inspired jacuzzi, Peloton-studded fitness studio, onsite marketplace, EV charging stations, a dog lounge, and shared private beach access. The property is inspired by pioneer John Muir who found harmony between the celebration and preservation of the Desolation Wilderness in the El Dorado National Forest, serving as a portal for adventure and rejuvenation in South Lake Tahoe. Staffed by experienced people who love the adventures in and around the Lake Tahoe area, they will be a continual source of ideas on how to bring Tahoe experiences to life best. Desolation Hotel is owned by the team behind Wylder Hope Valley. It is coming to life at the site of the old Tahoe Villa Motel at 933 Poplar St. in South Lake Tahoe, conveniently located near the beach, Heavenly Village, Van Sickle Bi-State Park, and the outdoor music venue at Harvey’s in Stateline.