PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn & Residences announces plans

A lodging fixture at the base of Squaw Valley ski resort for decades, the Squaw Valley Inn will be redeveloped by The PlumpJack Group.

The new project will replace the existing Squaw Valley Inn with a new 60-room inn and 34 exclusive slope-side residences – called PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn & Residences.

The new residences will be located at the base of the mountain and just steps from The Village at Squaw Valley, an area that includes shops, restaurants and additional lodging options.

The PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn & Residences will be available for advance purchase starting this winter.

The PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn & Residences will be available for advance purchase starting this winter.

“We are ready to embark on creating Tahoe’s most distinctive resort and residences,” said Hilary Newsom, president and partner of The PlumpJack Group.  “We’re building on our rich history with Squaw Valley and the legacy of the resort and infusing the new development with our signature PlumpJack hospitality.”

The PlumpJack Group says the “award-winning CCY Architects of Aspen, Colorado has re-imagined the property with a forward-thinking design that reflects the warmth and charm of the existing inn.”

The residences will offer exclusive access and fringe benefits to buyers, including The PlumpJack Group’s portfolio of world-class wineries, luxury hotels, and innovative restaurants and bars, as well as the services available at the adjacent inn, including an on-site restaurant and bar, pool, spa, fitness center, and ski valet.

Buyers who act quickly may enjoy special perks as part of the First Chair Club members program, including:

  • Four Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows Gold season passes for the first ski season upon move-in.
  • Complimentary three night stay at PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn during the 2017/18 winter ski season.
  • Three year membership to the PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn Wine Society

For more information about PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn & Residences, visit

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