Much like other resorts that have hosted high-profile events, i.e. the Olympics, Squaw has seen several decades of expansion. This well-developed resort offers ski vacationers every lodging and dining preference. Plus, Squaw sees a huge “ski bum” crowd so affordable eats and digs are prevalent.
Below you’ll find Ski.com’s top pick for Squaw budget accommodations. To learn more about this property, or book your stay, call, or chat with, one of our knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.
A ski in, ski out property located steps from the Squaw Valley base village nightlife and dining, the Squaw Valley Lodge offers condominiums of various sizes and some great amenities, all for a reasonable price tag. Spacious and well-appointed, the condominium suites blend all the comforts of home, like fully equipped kitchenettes, with world-class hotel amenities and services, including an outdoor heated pool and an indoor and outdoor hot tub.
If you’re not cooking at your condo’s kitchen, there are plenty of tasty, and affordable Squaw restaurants, worth looking into. If you’re looking for a quick—and cheap—breakfast, snack or lunch Squaw offers a laundry list of varying in and out cafes, bakeries and stands, including on-mountain Funi’s Mountaintop Café and Market and base village joints like Mountainside Nectar, Soupa, Dave’s Deli, Wildflour Baking Company (for cookies) Euro Crepe, Euro Snack and Euro Sweets. For families and the budget-conscious, Fireside Pizza, located in the base village provides tasty pizza and Italian cuisine at an affordable rate.
To learn more about Squaw budget ski vacations call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.