Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino
What We Love
- Free glass of champagne at check-in
- The only hotel on the entire lake with a private beach
- Firepits on the beach are great for taking the chill off the mountain evenings…and for toasting s’mores
What To Know
- A $25 resort fee per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
- The hotel wrapped up a major $20 million renovation in June 2012 that included the guestrooms, Sierra Café restaurant, Lone Eagle Grille, Lakeside Ballroom and the Spa Terrace
- On-site casino
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Set on 26 acres that includes 500 feet of private beachfront, the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino is the perfect spot for reveling in everything on offer in this stunning neck of the Sierra Nevadas. In summer guests lunch on the breezy, glass-shielded outdoor patio and watch the hotel’s 55-foot catamaran, the Sierra Cloud, as she comes and goes from the private dock. Come winter, free shuttles whisk skiers off to nearby powder meccas Northstar at Tahoe and Squaw Valley. If those resorts are too steep and deep for you, local gem Diamond Peak is perfect for beginners and just a two-minute ride down the road.
Bed & Bath
The resort is fresh off a $20 million renovation, and the work really shines in the 398 modern mountain-chic guestrooms. All are done in tan and taupe, with pops of blue and blond wood headboards and decor. Pillowtop beds are piled with soft pillows, and a windowseat peering out at the mountains that ring the lake keeps guests connected with the mountains. Marble bathrooms are spacious and have a rain shower and soaking tub.
No matter the time of year, the heated outdoor lagoon-style pool and hot tubs are a true treat, as is the exquisite (and eco-friendly) Stillwater Spa, which has 16 treatment rooms, including two couples rooms, one with a fireplace and the other with a jetted infinity tub. There’s also a state-of-the art fitness center and locker facilities with a dry cedar sauna and a eucalyptus steam room. Dinner at the resort’s Lone Eagle Grille is superb, drawing foodies from Reno and the local hamlets. Try the creamy French onion soup and grilled buffalo tenderloin paired with a Stags Leap Merlot. There’s an extensive wine list, including many from nearby Napa, and excellent craft beers on tap. Just save room for the Baked Tahoe, a brownie topped with ice cream and then wrapped in a gooey marshmallow mass.
How to Get There
We arrived with trepidation after a mixed experience at the hyatt huntingdon beach.
This hyatt is much better. We had a pleasent experience and recommend the place for families.
The staff in particular are friendly and make an effort to make the stay fun for the kids.
I have been going there for thirty years. So it feels like second home ,but more and more its getting too busy and more expensive. the level of service and quality of food have ot kept up with the increase in price.
Many many people go to Lake Tahoe to relax.... to get away...
Save your money and stay in South Tahoe. The hotels in south are much older, but 90% cheaper and it shows.... but you save $$$$$. The staff is overwhelmed and understaffed.