First I have to say this is a beautiful property. I love the look of the new updated rooms. The regency club is also very nice. We enjoyed the pool area with our son. It was nice to take a walk around the grounds. The landscaping was awesome. While the tower rooms are nice, the lakeside area seems so much more desireable. We were disappointed that with Diamond status through Hyatt Gold passport we weren't given any type of upgrade at all. We really wanted a room with a balcony but we came during a time that was booked solid.
The issues we had:
As others have mentioned, there is no sound proofing. When we walked into our room we noticed we had a connecting door. Having previous experience with connecting doors and noise issues we called down and asked for a room without a connecting door. We were told they could not honor this due to the hotel being booked full. I was also told that most of the rooms ALL had connecting doors. The front desk agent told me about the strip of padding I could use in my room along the bottom of the door to help block sound. I was also told about the free earplugs provided in the bathroom....
Sure enough, our neighbor's were loud. It was really disruptive. It was then that we decided to cut our 2 day stay down to one night and move along on our road trip.
While this was the biggest deciding factor another was the fact that there were so many private events going on and so many of the public areas blocked and unavailable to use. Our plans to walk down to the shore and sit around the "fire pit" were stopped by the fact that it was blocked off for a private function. This was happening all over the property.
If I had any recommendations it would be to make sure you don't have a connecting door!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A spectacular setting on Lake Tahoe’s north shore with 500 feet of private, lakefront beach. Surrounded by towering pines and mountain greenery; 35 miles to Reno/Tahoe Int’l Airport; 40 miles to South Lake Tahoe Airport. Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino was recreated in the classic style of a 1920s alpine grand lodge. Exterior renovations of river rock and shingles complement the natural environment with colors echoing the tradition and sense of history of the original homes built in the Tahoe area. Extensive river rock landscaping and two outdoor fireplaces add to the guests' sense of arrival at the "Old Tahoe-Lodge" style entrance. The resort's Grand Lobby boasts crafted stonework, creating a cozy setting amid the warmth of an oversized double-sided fireplace, rich leather chairs and high-beam ceilings. The 421 guestrooms, including 24 lakeside cottages, have been decorated with natural pine, distressed wood, and leather furnishings, reflecting the setting with autumn colors of moss, brick red and wheat. Included in our Lake Tahoe resort's $60 million transformation was the addition of the Spa Terrace, a new three-story wing adjacent to the main 12-story hotel. Offering 138 luxury guestrooms with views of the Sierra Nevada skyline, the addition provides visitors with private balconies and breathtaking lake views. The Spa Terrace replaces the resort's former Aspen Terrace and overlooks the resort's new swimming pools. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Hotel Incline Village
- Hyatt Lake Tahoe Resort
- Hyatt Incline Village
- Hyatt Regency Incline Village
- Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa And Casino Incline Village, Lake Tahoe (Nevada)