Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe

Heavenly, Lake Tahoe

Virgin rating

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!  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.


  • Bicycle Rental
  • Golf
  • Ski
  • Bar
  • Casino
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Hot tub
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Restaurant
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Spa

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*. Children's Arcade*. Sports shop with ski and golf rentals*. Gift shop. Concierge. WiFi Internet access*. Laundry/dry-cleaning service*. Business centre. Self-parking $29, Premium Self-Parking in the Valet Lot $36, 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.

Please note:  Enhancement work is expected to start in March 2024, and anticipated through April 2026. During this time, the section of the resort property that provides access to Lake Tahoe, including the private beach, the pier, and Lone Eagle Grille will be closed, along with all lake activities. The remainder of the resort grounds will be fully operational including the main pool and spa area, the fitness center and virtual fitness room, Grand Lodge Casino, Tahoe Adventures programming and all restaurant experiences, including Cutthroat's Saloon, Sierra Cafe, Tahoe-to-Go and Tahoe Provisions.

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Mostly Pulling Off the Fourth of July

Jul 14, 2024 traveler2304242

We stayed at the Hyatt Incline Village for the 4th of July. The hotel was a madhouse. Lines were long for overpriced snacks and coffee Tahoe Provisions, and restaurant reservations were sparse or completely unavailable, depending on the venue, for the duration of our stay. When we did go to the restaurant (empty at the time) to inquire, we were… Read more
We stayed at the Hyatt Incline Village for the 4th of July. The hotel was a madhouse. Lines were long for overpriced snacks and coffee Tahoe Provisions, and restaurant reservations were sparse or completely unavailable, depending on the venue, for the duration of our stay. When we did go to the restaurant (empty at the time) to inquire, we were kicked out because they had "102 covers" later that night and thus couldn't possibly talk to us. The hotel was out of self-park spaces, so we were forced to valet the car. The valet attendant told us we would only be charged for the self park, and the check-in clerk thankfully made the adjustment at check-in. But we were indeed billed for valet, so we had to go through the whole process again at checkout. The one thing that really did annoy me was being forced to wear my room key as a non-removal wristband. The staff was so protective of these bands that they outright refused to give me the second wristband for my wife and I had to go through the entire check-in procedure twice. I understand perhaps some guests might have abused these wristbands in the past, but it sure made me feel like an inmate and not a guest as my first impression. These wristbands are not waterproof and became waterlogged during our stay. We had to cut ours off for hygienic reasons. These are appropriate for concerts or waterparks but not an multi-day resort. Despite all this, this was generally a good stay. The room was comfy and everything worked properly. The service was prompt and well meaning. (We asked for a clothes steamer and they promptly brought us a humidifier, but that's something right?). Nevertheless we received good information about the activities and celebration of the fourth. The resort was decorated and the staff was into the festivities. The spa, if expensive, provided very good treatments and was professional throughout. When we finally did get into Osteria Sierra for dessert, our server (Eric) was quite friendly and provided a top-notch experience. The valet was prompt and polite. The pool was actually heated as were the hot-tubs during the summer making swimming more enjoyable, and the beach was beautiful if small and very crowded. All-in-all, I wouldn't recommend staying here during peak times especially when nightly rates soar. The resort just can't properly accommodate the crowds--especially in its dining facilities. You'll pay three times as much for a worse experience. But if you can stay off-peak or for points, and you are looking for a full-service hotel to stay in North Lake Tahoe, this is one of the best if few available options. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Much better than expected

Jul 12, 2024 2far San Francisco, California

When we checked in we were met by smiles everywhere. Not what I expected from a casino hotel. Rooms were clean and decor was nice. Everywhere I looked people were helpful and smiling. It seemed quite genuine. We will return. We were welcomed by Lindsey, noah and Ruby at check in, they made us feel like valued guests
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Jul 11, 2024 jcpaalfaro1284

We have a great time with my family amd the most important thing is this is family resort, My daughters always want to come here summer and winter. Highly recommend
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Very Well Maintained and Located Property

Jul 11, 2024 300michael77 Austin, Texas

Nicest hotel property in Incline Village; comfortable, clean, dynamic atmosphere of activity, good food
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Jul 11, 2024 Nancy P San Ramon, California

The staff went above and beyond to make my husband feel special for his birthday! We had 3 rooms they put us all together. The cottages are amazing. Stay in them if you can. Nothing like waking up and seeing the beautiful lake. Pool is always lovely too and we enjoyed our breakfast as well.