Ritz-Carlton Have Added A Lake Club To Their Hotel In Lake Tahoe

This modern club house on Lake Tahoe uses materials like ledgestone and cedar wood to evoke a warm and welcoming feeling, that when combined with steel and glass, they come together to create a contemporary appearance.

 

The Ritz-Carlton have recently added a Lake Club to their Lake Tahoe hotel that gives guests a place to enjoy the views and have direct access to the lake.

 

Clare Walton of Walton Architecture + Engineering designed the Lake Club using materials like ledgestone and cedar wood to evoke a warm and welcoming feeling, that when combined with steel and glass, they come together to create a contemporary appearance.

This modern club house on Lake Tahoe uses materials like ledgestone and cedar wood to evoke a warm and welcoming feeling, that when combined with steel and glass, they come together to create a contemporary appearance.


The interior architecture and design of Lake Club was completed by Jennifer Loving of Walton Architecture + Engineering, and stepping inside into the entryway, you can see straight through to the lake.


Stepping inside into this contemporary entryway, you can see straight through to the lake.


On the water side of Lake Club, there’s a ground-floor dining terrace and an expansive lawn that extends to the water’s edge. There’s also an outdoor spa and a fire pit.


This modern lakeside club house features a ground-floor dining terrace and an expansive lawn that extends to the water’s edge. There's also an outdoor spa and a fire pit.


For access to the lake, there’s a private boat pier.


This modern lakeside club house features its own private boat dock.


Back inside, the multi-level Lake Club features an indoor gathering area with a lounge focused on a fireplace, dining tables and a wood covered bar,


This lakeside club house features an indoor gathering area with a lounge focused on a fireplace, dining tables and a wood covered bar,


Wood and black steel stairs lead up to the upper floor of the club house.


Wood and black steel stairs lead up to the upper floor of this modern lakeside club house.


Upstairs, there’s another fireplace with a stone surround, and a covered dining deck with expansive views of the lake.


The upper floor of this modern lakeside club house features a fireplace with a stone surround, and a covered dining deck with expansive views of the lake.


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