Tahoe’s Ritz-Carlton to shut down for three weeks for spring cleaning | SierraSun.com

Tahoe’s Ritz-Carlton to shut down for three weeks for spring cleaning

Greyson Howard
Sierra Sun

TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; The Ritz-Carlton will shut down operations the day after skiing stops at nearby Northstar to prepare for the late spring and summer seasons.

The Ritz-Carlton Highlands at Lake Tahoe, mid-mountain at Northstar-at-Tahoe, is scheduled to close April 19, reopening May 10, giving staff three weeks to prepare for the summer season.

and#8220;Itand#8217;s common for ski resort hotels and has been part of the plan from the beginning,and#8221; said Steven Holt, director of public relations. and#8220;The ski industry is very hard on the building itself so weand#8217;ll be refinishing the floors, deep cleaning, spring cleaning.and#8221;

While Holt said the practice is common at resort hotels in places like Colorado, whether the Ritz-Carlton Highlands will do it every year is still undecided.

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The closure is part of the hotel employeeand#8217;s seasonal employment, Holt said, so while maintenance staff will be working through the closure, others will not.


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