Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe

Heavenly, Lake Tahoe

The hotel

This lakeside resort is surrounded by majestic pine trees and enjoys the Sierra mountain range as its backdrop. Hotel guests don’t have to share the private beach with anyone else — meaning the range of water sports facilities are all yours to enjoy! Kids will have a great time making new friends and trying new activities at Camp Hyatt while you bliss out in the Stillwater Spa or try your luck in the hotel’s 24-hour casino. The guest rooms have all been recently renovated and boast plenty of 21st century accoutrements, like flatscreen TVs and iPod dock, plus views to die for.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Ski
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot tub
  • Kids Club
  • Free Parking
  • Free Shuttle To Slopes
  • Room Service
  • Valet parking
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Fitness Centre/Gym

Where is it

North Lake Tahoe, close to Diamond Peak Ski Resort and Incline Village. Door to Slope Complimentary ski shuttles to Diamond Peak every 30 minutes.

Hotel information

422 rooms on 12 floors in the main tower of guestrooms with 3 lifts. All with air conditioning, TV, stereo with iPod dock/clock radio, complimentary daily paper, mini-fridge, iron and board, safe, hairdryer and coffee-making facilities. Standard Rooms have 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Lone Eagle Grille (lunch and dinner; gourmet American cuisine). Sierra Café (open for breakfast, lunch and dinner; casual US cuisine). Tahoe Provisions (grab 'n go breakfast), Deli and Snacks outlet, Cutthroat's Saloon (sports bar). Stillwater Pool Bar & Grill (seasonal), Lakeside Beach Bar and Grill (seasonal) and Pier 111 Bar (seasonal). Heated outdoor pool and whirlpools. Stillwater Spa and Salon*. 24-hour Hyatt StayFit® gym. Two 18-hole golf courses* nearby. Casino*. Private beach with water sports*. Camp Hyatt (5-12 years)*. Children's Arcade*. Sports shop with ski and golf rentals*. Gift shop. Concierge. WiFi Internet access*. Room service*. Laundry/dry-cleaning service*. Business centre. Self-parking $22, valet parking $32, per night plus tax (payable locally, subject to change).

This hotel has a resort fee of $41.81 including tax per room, per day (payable locally, subject to change)

Resort fee includes: - Local shuttle to area shops and restaurants - Welcome glass of sparkling wine (21 years of age or older) - Fitness centre - Children's summer beach and poolside activities - Yoga on the beach (summer weekends only) - Saturday night dive in movies (summer only). Winter Inclusions (After Labor Day to Memorial Day): - Snowshoe usage - Ski Shuttle to Diamond Peak Ski Resort - Unlimited GoPro Camera usage - Ski valet - Welcome S’mores Kit. Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

*Denotes local charge.

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Traveller rating

  • Excellent (1966)
  • Very good (802)
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  • Poor (127)
  • Terrible (92)
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Lakeside Cottage Construction

Jan 23, 2020 warmnsunnyday San Francisco, California

We recently stayed from a Saturday to Tuesday to celebrate my husband’s birthday. Well, our trip was absolutely ruined by the construction of an ice skating rink - just outside of our cottage balcony/patio, on a SUNDAY morning. Who does that???? I called to complain of course and the concierge said they weren’t supposed to start until Monday but… Read more
We recently stayed from a Saturday to Tuesday to celebrate my husband’s birthday. Well, our trip was absolutely ruined by the construction of an ice skating rink - just outside of our cottage balcony/patio, on a SUNDAY morning. Who does that???? I called to complain of course and the concierge said they weren’t supposed to start until Monday but should only be working 9-5pm. Well 5pm rolled around and they were still banging and rattling away, but with flashlights now! I called again to complain about the time and finally someone came down and told the guys to head out. But of course, the work picked back up on Monday morning, going all day long just as promised. Unfortunately for us, we paid for one of the highest costing rooms to simply enjoy the atmosphere by the lakeside cabins and have a romantic weekend. Unfortunately for the consumers, the Hyatt provides FALSE ADVERTISING. The truth is, booking this hotel is a gamble - rightfully so being situated with a Casino. You can book and arrive and plan to spend thousands of dollars, BUT you do not know what the Hyatt has planned or what they’ve accepted to go down on their property. Don’t expect a courteous heads up, that’s for sure. If we had gotten one, I would have simply rescheduled to a different weekend. The location is great in winter if you’re going to diamond peak. Not much else to do but enjoy the hotel. Recommend going on a weekday if you want to avoid families of kids in the jacuzzi at night. Pet friendly in a sense they allow dogs in the cabins and there is nature all around. No extra trash cans with poop bags or anything. The Lone Eagle grill was incredible eating. Tahoe Provisions offers great healthy options too. Cutthroat Saloon was very mediocre, we didn’t finish our food. Casino is fun, bar service in the casino is absolutely horrible. My husband and I had to just sit there waiting even after asking what’s up to other workers. Read less
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Jan 22, 2020 cilleyjoshua

We stay here about 5 times a year. Absolutely love this hotel and the staff. They are always nice and friendly! Just there last week and the shuttle to Diamond Peak makes it so easy! We’ve always loved this place and will continue to be back!
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Great Hotel, Not Great Customer Service

Jan 22, 2020 Mara V

This hotel was great in that it had restaurants and hot tubs! However, the customer service was frustrating. The first morning we had to be up early so we tried to order their "Tahoe to go" that says it opens at 6am. It never opened and we just ate cliff bars for breakfast. They accidentally checked us out a night early and twice accidentally… Read more
This hotel was great in that it had restaurants and hot tubs! However, the customer service was frustrating. The first morning we had to be up early so we tried to order their "Tahoe to go" that says it opens at 6am. It never opened and we just ate cliff bars for breakfast. They accidentally checked us out a night early and twice accidentally overcharged us (they did refund them). Everyday of our three days was a new thing with staff. They booked us a reservation at one of the restaurants but when we tried to call to move it the phone just kept ringing, they never answer it even though its advertised to call and make/change your reservation from your room. Otherwise, the actual hotel was nice and we enjoyed having a hot tub to return to every night (although heads up people still bring their kids into it though it says "no kids" and of course no hotel staff enforce it). Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating $30 for one hour casino/hotel self-parking!

Jan 20, 2020 Paddy0401 Los Angeles, California

Forget making a quick stop here to play a little on the slots, etc. They charge $30 for self parking! Absurd pricing. The South Lake Tahoe casinos are way more reasonable, as are the north shore casinos at Stateline.
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Jan 20, 2020 amitbalan California

The hotel is ok; service is fairly poor and the food is terrible. Location wise super isolated and only close to a small ski resort - Diamond. If you find a good discount, then go for it. Don’t visit expecting an amazing experience.