History

A historical icon of the North Shore, The Tahoe Biltmore was originally established in 1946...

Welcome To A True “Historic Tahoe” Experience

The vintage appeal of the hotel, lodge and casino shines with its impressive architecture and grand interiors carefully restored to their original brilliance. Classic elegance meets rustic charm when you step into our “living room” lobby. You will instantly feel yourself transported from the hustle and bustle of Lake Tahoe into a totally nostalgic experience in the middle of Crystal Bay.

A Building With A Rich History

Originally established as the Tahoe Biltmore, the building has been known as many different names throughout the years, including the Nevada Lodge, Cal-Neva Biltmore and then back to the Tahoe Biltmore in 1984. 

The history of the Tahoe Biltmore dates back to its original establishment in 1946. Since the Tahoe Biltmore’s founding, it has hosted an impressive amount of famous celebrities including Phyllis Diller and Regis Philbin. 

Home To Our Resident Ghost, Mary

A trip to the Tahoe Biltmore might just mean you will get the chance to meet our resident ghost, Mary. Mary has been reported to be with the Biltmore since the 60’s, appearing in many places throughout the facility in a 60’s style mini skirt and no facial features. A former performer in the Aspen Cabaret Showroom, now known as the Breeze Bar, Mary still makes her presence quite known throughout the building. Just ask any staff member! If you inquire, many have Mary stories to tell, from hearing footsteps in the dressing room near the stage to her walking up and down the hallways.