As a ski resort who’s enjoyed several decades of Olympic and World Cup glitz and glamour, those in search of a Squaw luxury ski vacation don’t have to looked hard. This place is called “Squallywood” after all and should definitely top your list as place to see and be seen. Squaw offers the well-heeled everything from upscale lodging options with world-class amenities, to slew of fine dining establishments, and of course, a shopping catwalk in the Olympic Village.
Ranked by Conde Nast Traveler magazine among the “Top 50 best resorts in North America,” the Resort at Squaw Creek lives up to its acclaim. This ski in, ski out, four-star property is just steps from the heart of Squaw Valley base area dining and shopping. Luxury-seekers will want to stay in the resort’s penthouses, which feature kitchens and LCD flat-screen TVs. Achieve blissful relaxation at the resort’s full-service spa and enjoy relaxing in the hot tubs after a satisfying day on the Squaw’s slopes.
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Squaw offers a handful of upmarket restaurants, but at the top of the Squaw fine dining list is PlumpJack Café. This family-owned restaurant focuses on seasonal, local ingredients certainly fit for foodies and those with a penchant for unique, adventurous plates. Don’t miss the ribeye or the crispy veal sweatbreads. A reservation at Six Peaks Grille is also in high order on a Squaw luxury ski vacation. This casual dining establishment offers exceptional quality food and will especially please eco-conscious diners with in their biodynamic produce and seafood, or essentially a self-sustaining cycle, like permaculture agriculture. Six Peaks serves up local, seasonal and heritage meats and produce as well.
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