Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino

Location: The American Southwest | USA

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

For a luxurious hideaway on the shores of Lake Tahoe, look no further than the Hyatt Regency, a high-end hotel which combines a rustic, cosy feel with luxurious comfort. The menu of outdoor activities here is wide-ranging, from snowmobiling in the winter to hot air ballooning in the summer. After a day’s exertions in the great outdoors, relax in the Stillwater Spa and enjoy hearty American cuisine at one of the hotel’s several restaurants.
Perfect forAdventurous couples and families looking to explore Lake Tahoe in style.
In the knowIf you fancy a flutter, try your hand at the tables at the in-house Grand Lodge Casino.

Recommended for...

  • Landscapes & Scenery
  • Adventure
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Water activities

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Set in thick pine forest, overlooking the serene water of Lake Tahoe, and with the Sierra Nevada mountain range sprawling out to the horizon, the Hyatt Regency is pretty unbeatable when it comes to location and natural views.

Rooms at Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino

Rooms and suites at the Hyatt Regency are luxurious without being flashy – cosy spaces which reflect their lakeside location, with an alpine feel and an extensive use of wood, alongside hi-tech iHome stereo systems and beautiful, dark marble-clad bathrooms. Many of the rooms overlook the lake itself or the surrounding forest, while the cosy cottages sit just moments from the beach.

Food & Drink

The resort is home to so many restaurants and bars it’s almost its own little culinary scene, with something to suit all tastes, and you can dine and drink while enjoying the lake and mountain views. The atmospheric Lone Eagle Grille is decked out like an old hunting lodge, all stone and wood, and serves a corresponding menu of hearty country cuisine. The memorably named Cutthroat’s Saloon is straight out of the Old West, and serves traditional American cuisine alongside an extensive selection of beers.
The Pier 111 Bar is the best place to go for Lake Tahoe’s famous sunsets, while the Lakeside Beach Bar and Grill offers casual beach barbecue dishes along with a range of frozen drinks – perfect for cooling off in the summer months.


There is a lagoon-style pool and a gym, while the Stillwater Spa and Salon has 16 treatment rooms and a wide variety of wellness and beauty therapies to choose from, with facilities including a cedar steam room and a eucalyptus wood sauna.

Activities at Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino

Needless to say, exploring the beautiful landscapes of Lake Tahoe should be high on the agenda for any stay here. Hiking and biking trails are on offer for those of all ability levels, while downhill skiing and snowboarding are both popular activities in the winter months. On the lake, experience a romantic gondola ride or a cruise on an old-fashioned paddle steamer. Horse riding around the waterfront is another great way to explore.
On your return to the hotel, soothe those aching muscles with a soak in the oversized hot tub.

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Hotel location

The hotel is around 3.5 hours’ drive from San Francisco International Airport.

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