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Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino
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Reviewed July 28, 2011

scored 2 free nights and an upgrade to the regency club floor so packed up the family and went there for the weekend. We loved the resort.

club floor breakfast included smoked salmon. afternoon appetizers included potstickers, grilled vegetables and shrimp. staff was attentive and set up umbrellas and recliners by the private beach. kids loved the swim-in and swim out pool. the casino was understated. resort fee ($21) includes valet parking.

Only nit is the main hotel had beds that were old -- not the new Hyatt beds that I've gotten used to.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled with family
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Thank ShumpStreet
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Reviewed July 28, 2011

this is the place to be in the summer, gorgeous views, cool days and lots of sun, fun all day and gambling, fine dining and shows at night...the whole family will enjoy

Room Tip: you can get a bungalow right on the lake
  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled on business
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Thank 2010travelsalot
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Reviewed July 28, 2011

We stayed in the villas during April of this year, it took a little longer than expected to get there, but once there we had a fantastic time! The units are very spacious, we had another couple with children in addition to our three children and there was plenty of space. There are TVs in the bedrooms in addition to the Main room. One late night we had a problem with one of our TVs, in under 30 minutes maintenance had come and check out the issue AND replaced the TV.

The hotel pool is wonderful, they have a swim out room that stays cozy warm and the pool is very warm. The villa pool is fine as well, but the hotel one was just better.

Location to skiing/snowboarding is great. Diamond Peak is literally like 5 minutes away. very close to the lake. We loved our vacation and will return again.

  • Stayed: April 2011, traveled with family
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Thank richardsr33
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Reviewed July 27, 2011

I stayed here for 3 nights for a wedding; due to wedding activities, we did not get to take full advantage of all of the resort's amnenities, so if I don't mention something, it means I didn't have time for it. We booked our room on cheaptickets.com for a decent rate.

A family member checked us in, and the only issue we had was that the desk did not make it clear that the valet parking service was included in the hotel fees and was optional to use. We were confused and used the valet at first, but it was actually a pain in the butt & ended up parking ourselves the remainder of the weekend. You are supposed to tip them, so keep that in mind if you use this service.

Otherwise, all was good. The room was comfortable & clean -- great beds, great toiletries, good housekeeping service (plenty of towels). It was very basic except for the nice walk-out balcany facing the pool. I only ate at the little cafe for breakfast twice, which had excellent pastries (ham & cheese croissant, MMM!) at reasonable prices. The breakfast buffet next door was super expensive -- somewhere around $16 to $20 a person -- you'll have to ask. So we skipped that. Bought some good quality t-shirts in the souvenier shop.

The hotel is really beautiful and the surrounding grounds are in the perfect setting! SOOO serene & beautiful! We found a quiet trail right by the hotel that had a rushing river and beautiful flowers and surrounding trees. The beach was small but super pretty -- I could swear I saw gold flakes in the sand! The luxurious covered loungers you see on the beach will cost you $$$, so don't think you can just hop on in one :( Be sure to ask about activities you can book while at the hotel. We took their on-site "Sierra Cloud Catamaran" trip for $60 each, and it was pretty nice. Definitely 2-hrs of relaxation and unlimited drinks -- I think they had champagne, maybe beer (?), and soda/water. They later walked around w/trays of fruit, cheese, & crackers. Be sure to bring sunscreen -- its a catamaran!! -- and a light jacket if you get cold easily. I was soo cold & it was June! The lake views were amazing!

Overall, we were very pleased with our stay, and I can't wait to come back and really TOUR the area & take advantage of the amnenities. P.S. Be prepared for the altitude if you aren't from the area -- we all struggled with it!! And check out the ridiculously HUGE pine cones!

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 26, 2011

We got booked for a hotel room at the Hyatt Regency in Lake Tahoe for $120/night ($145/night with taxes) on priceline and were excited based on all the great reviews on tripadvisor. I came here with my husband and my parents for a relaxing weekend trip to Lake Tahoe.

Happy to report a great experience! Here are some highlights/tips/comments:

*$23 resort fee per day (includes valet parking, private beach, internet, pool, gym)
*very kid friendly with wading pool just for kids and slide set
*outdoor jacuzzi and pool is open from 8am-10pm
*casino on site-moderately sized; we gambled for a little bit here but spent most of our time gambling at south lake tahoe
*private beach is very nice and relaxing-wish we could have spent more time there!
*about a 30 minute drive to South Lake Tahoe (casino area) from the hotel

Things we loved about our weekend trip:
*Take a happy hour catamaran ride on the Woodwind at Zephyr Cove with half priced drinks
*Play the Monopoly progressive slots at Harrah's
*Hike the stateline/crystal bay look out point (old fire watch tower) for a stunning view of lake tahoe! (hiking trail is near the Tahoe Biltmore hotel and up Reservoir Dr.)

Very relaxing stay in Incline Village. Have stayed at Northstar and in South Lake in the past and our hotel stay at the Hyatt is definitely our favorite so far.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled with family
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Thank jasmyne
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