David Walley's Hot Springs Resort and Spa
2 rentals: $125 - $143 per night
2 resales: $1,299 - $3,500
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These luxurious two bedroom suites are in the shadow of the Sierra Nevada. Great golf and world class skiing are just minutes away and all the amenities of a world class spa are on site. This resort offers 6 mineral pools and a heated outdoor pool. Lake Tahoe is nearby with its exciting nightlife and water sports. With a fine restaurant on site, Walley's Hot Springs also features a beautiful gazebo for catered occasions. Visit the historic Mormon Station in Genoa as well as "the state's oldest bar." Reno is a little over an hour's drive away, and authentic Basque dining can be found in the nearby Minden/Gardnerville area.David Walley's Hot Springs Resort and Spa
2001 Foothill Road
Genoa, Nevada 89411 map it
- Outdoor Pool
- Snack Bar
- Spa Services
- BBQ Area
- Cross-Country Skiing
- Downhill Skiing
- Grocery Store
- Horseback Riding
- Live Entertainment
- Medical Facilities
- Shopping Area
- Water Skiing
- User: penneyc2
- Posted: Jan 15, 2012
I have owned and stayed here the last 5 years. the new owners remodeled and our fixing up the grounds. the mineral tubs are wonderful.. the new resturant was great. may good changes. close to everything but quite and serene.
- User: joer196
- Posted: Nov 9, 2008
Very secluded spa resort, quiet, peaceful. Easy to get to, find. Services, cities, skiing, casino, all within 30 minutes drive. Exceptional quality dining onsite.
- User: phill12
- Posted: Jun 2, 2007
- Updated: Jun 12, 2007
We always wondered where Wally's was and now we find we have driven past it many times over the years thinking it was a hoteland not timeshare resort!
One of the cooks at the deli at the Ridge Tahoe where we own works there at Wally's at night and was telling us how good it was and that they are open five nights no matter how many people come in. Said this way people don't make trip there to see its closed like the do at the Ridge!
This weekend we were on vacation to find a wedding on Sat and Sunday so the Hungry Bear at the Ridge was closed to people including owners and this sucks and I have told managers this many times!
We had the cook set us up for a 5:30 dinner and we went early and checked the resort out. They have kept the old style and it is cute!
As others have stated it is a peaceful,rural setting!
We checked out the rooms and the hot springs area and really was not impressed at all! We thought if it was nice and 15 min to the Ridge and 30 min to Lake Tahoe casinos we might buy if good deal popped up.
My wife tells me after two days I would shoot myself from bordom here. We just didn't find where Wally's could ever be a five-star resort!
Wally's might be good if you plan on taking off everyday because its in the middle of no- where so you can go any direction for sight seeing.
I just couldn't spend the day there and we did see many people that had to be over sixty laying around the pool! (NOT PRETTY)
After dinner we decided to go up to Reno and donate at the Atlantis!
I do have to give credit to the restaurant because the food, service and wine list was great! We will go back many times from our resort to have dinner there from now on!
Funny part is it is same owners as the Ridge Tahoe (Quintus Resorts) and I am sorry but in our opinion this is no way a five star as far as the rooms!
- User: sjd2
- Posted: Aug 6, 2006
A very nice resort in a peaceful, rural setting. The master suite unit was large with a balcony overlooking the mountains. Staff was pleasant and helpful and we enjoyed soaking in the hot springs in the evening after a day of sightseeing. The on-site restaurant was excellent. We'd definitely trade into this resort again.
- User: john665
- Posted: Apr 20, 2005
We considered buying one of the timeshares. However, we were disappointed with the resort hotsprings. Though the pools were nice, the building needed a serious renovation. They only provided one towel, the concrete was in serious need of fixing, with many cracks and areas where the top surface wore off, exposing the aggragate underneath. This is not what a world class resort should be. It does have potential. The timeshare units are very nice. The location is nice and Genoa is a fun little town and they have a very good winery. Recommended stop! If the pools are up for renovation, this could have 5 star potential.. Until then, it remains a 3 star to me...
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