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Lake Tahoe Hotels

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe

  • 111 Country Club Dr. Map It
  • Luxurious Retreat


  • Incredible views
  • Low-key casino


  • Pricey (especially for families)

Updated 02/27/2014

Fodor's Review

A full-service destination resort on 26 acres of prime lakefront property, the Hyatt has a range of luxurious accommodations, from tower-hotel rooms to lakeside cottages. The Lone Eagle Grille ($$$–$$$$) serves steaks and seafood—lighter fare at lunch—in one of the north shore's most handsome lake-view dining rooms. There's also a state-of-the-art spa and fitness center. Standard rates soar in high season, but check online for reduced rates during the thin-crowd

seasons. A few rooms are pet-friendly.

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Hotel Information


111 Country Club Dr., Incline Village, Nevada, 89451, United States

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775-832–1234; 888-899–5019

Hotel Details:

  • 386 rooms, 36 suites
  • No meals

Updated 02/27/2014

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By Lisa_D

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Jul 12, 2009

Beautiful Location

Just spent one night at the Hyatt while touring the lake. The floating pier bar was our favorite spot. The private beach was the highlight. Our room was the Regency Club level and the food was good enough to pass for our dinner (2 women travelers who eat light) After dinner we had fun in the casino and won some money. Next morning we hit the Regency club for coffee and breakfast. The rooms were nice and our stay was too short. LOCATION LOCATION


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Aug 21, 2004

Stay in the New Section!

Club level rooms are not as desirable as lakefront remodeled rooms on other floors. It's nice to have the lounge with food/beverage but for $300+ per night the room really lacked (synthetic pillows when down requested and you cannot reserve a king bed ahead of arrival - strange for the price). The kids camp is outstanding, restaurants are ok, spa is fantastic, concierge is helpful. When I was there, the front desk staff were young and inexperienced

(though friendly). The hotel was hosting a group of Hyatt managers during my stay and unfortunately it seemed like they took precedent over regular paying guests. I'm sure the hotel manager wanted to take good care of his contemporaries and that's to be expected, BUT, don't turn down a request to move rooms because visiting employees have them tied up.....give them the marginal club level room. I would score service 4 other than the front desk couldn't get my room rate right and didn't even sign me in when we arrived.

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By Celine

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Jan 20, 2003

Loved this hotel!

We really liked our stay at this hotel...only problem was that they are renovating, you don't hear construction, but gym/pool are unavailable, you need to go to accross the street and PAY to use facilities! Very good restaurants and service.

By Jane

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May 20, 2002


We were here in early May, the "off"-season, and were very disappointed. First, don't expect anything like the beautiful lodge on the lake that you'll see in the Hyatt ad. It's a non-descript highrise across the highway, and you MAY have a view of the lake, if lucky. The room was well-appointed, but no bigger and less well laid out than the Courtyard I'd stayed in for business in LA the week before (a much more satisfying stay, by the way). Worst

was the service -- nothing big, but many little annoying things; things you don't expect when you book a Hyatt. Maintenance was spotty (broken air conditioner fixed for a few hours, but then spewing out hot air again). The front desk was often clueless, not knowing which department was responsible for what. Apathetic bartenders. Bottom line -- this Hyatt would have been fine if it were a Holiday Inn. We were glad to leave and can't recommend.

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By Terry

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Jan 5, 2002

Lured by the casino!

Great casino/hotel with casual yet fun atmosphere - nice room, but no view of lake. LOVED the restaurant across the road and the walk along "millionaire's row." Much prefer Incline Village to South Lake Tahoe. Can't wait to go back!

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