Hotel sign up for grabs
The pole sign from the former Royal Valhalla motor lodge is up for grabs.
The sign has sat at the corner of Stateline Avenue and Lakeshore Boulevard since the ‘70s. It will soon be removed as part of the construction process of The Landing Resort & Spa, according to Jon Sween, the director of sales and marketing for The Landing Resort & Spa.
Removal of the old sign will support the city’s pole sign directive and a lower-profile option will be installed in its place. Knowing that there may be locals or longtime Tahoe visitors with interest in the sign, the hotel’s owners are giving the sign away. Inquiries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Landing Resort & Spa, a full-service, five-star boutique hotel, is scheduled to open in November.
The Landing Resort & Spa hires director of catering, wedding sales
Lisa Gallup has been hired as the director of Catering and Wedding Sales at The Landing Resort & Spa.
Gallup previously worked with the Beach Retreat, Aramark, and Hornblower Cruises, specializing in wedding and event creation and design.
Located on the site of the former Royal Valhalla Lodge, The Landing Resort & Spa is currently undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation.
When complete, the property will offer 77 upmarket guestrooms, a full spa, onsite restaurant, indoor meeting space for 150 people and a rooftop wedding/event space for more than 200 people. The hotel’s grand opening is slated for Nov. 22.
Preview tour to be held at The Landing Resort & Spa
A preview tour of The Landing Resort & Spa will be held Wednesday, July 31.
Guests are invited to stop by between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. for a beverage and to take a tour of the property, including a model guest room, function space and the Grand Rooftop Terrace.
Closed-toe shoes are recommended. Parking is available onsite. Guests should enter through the gate on Stateline Avenue and meet at Building D, the furthest structure from the lake.
Those who wish to attend are asked to RSVP by July 29.
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