This is really the largest resort in Incline Village. We love the super laid back vibe of the outdoor pool area, and super fun and easy walk down to the beach. The giant pine trees stand like mighty sentinels to the property. The fire pits at night are always a big hit (bring your own marshmellows and graham crackers, unless you want to spend $15 on a "kit" from the resort) OYE!!
The property hosts a nasty/noisy/smoky casino. It must be a major money maker (for the hotel), every time we opened the elevator door, we got a rush of filthy cigarette smoke. It was very bad at night, but seemed to air out by morning time. Seriously hated the stench all the way over to their little deli. Woof. The stench does NOT carry through to the hotel rooms thank goodness.
Take a 4 minute trip down the road and stop off at Raileys grocery store. You can grab fresh fruit/veggie/and cracker trays for a fraction of the cost that the resort offers. Or if your feeling sassy, order a drink and some snacks poolside, they really do have great service.
One of the highlights of staying at the Hyatt Regency in Incline Village is taking a stroll down the waterfront drive and peeking at all the $20-$40 MILLION dollar mansions right on the water. We saw many gorgeous home owners walking their dogs during the morning hours. Its a bit of a celebrity retreat, and I SWEAR I saw Mariah Carey and Recce Witherspoon walking / jogging along. TRULY gorgeous people Im telling you.
My husband and I have dined several times at the "Lone Eagle Grille" on the waterfront adjacent to the Hyatt. Top notch food, and a gorgeous view.
We truly enjoy this Resort, just wish they would put up a WALL to the Casino area to keep out the nasty, filthy smoke.
- 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)