Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino

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$ 903

Property Location When you stay at Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino in Incline Village, you'll be on a lake, within a 5-minute drive of Lake Tahoe-Nevada State Park and Lake Tahoe. This 4-star resort is 12.3 mi (19.7 km) from Northstar California Resort and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Diamon...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

<h3>Property Location</h3> When you stay at Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino in Incline Village, you'll be on a lake, within a 5-minute drive of Lake Tahoe-Nevada State Park and Lake Tahoe. This 4-star resort is 12.3 mi (19.7 km) from Northstar California Resort and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Diamond Peak Ski Resort. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer. <br> - UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center \- 0.4 km / 0.3 mi<br> - Lake Tahoe - 0.7 km / 0.4 mi<br> - Incline Beach - 0.7 km / 0.4 mi<br> - Tahoe Institute for Natural Science - 0.9 km / 0.5 mi<br>...

111 Country Club Dr, Incline Village, NV 89451, USA - Nevada, Nevada - U.S - 89451

Property Amenities

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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    877

  • Good

    354

  • Reasonable

    164

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    125

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    513

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    1180

  • Solo travel

    85

  • Family

    1095

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Great location! Tired property and very overpriced.

Reviewed 3 july, 2022

Been here a few times. Love the location but this time was different. Prices were ridiculous. $28 for a glass of wine at the new bar, Vodka tonics were $18. Parking $50 a night and that's not including the ridiculous pricing per night for the rooms. Carpet was dirty in multiple areas. I understand making up some monies for the pandemic however, don't gouge the consistent customers. Amalfi Coast was cheaper this year!

LINPB

July 4th weekend @ Incline Village

Reviewed 3 july, 2022

The Hyatt Regency Incline Village is an older property but has had rooms refreshed / upgraded in the past couple of years. Rooms on the 4th/5th floor look out onto a gravel roof or airconditioning equipment - so be sure to book 6th floor or above. The Sierra Cafe next to the pool is not open for lunch due to staff shortages, so that was a bit disappointing - but there is a new cafe at the beach which is a nice adjunct to the more formal Lone Eagle dining experience. There are no longer jetskis available for rent at the beach so you'll need to drive over to Kings Beach to rent which is a hassle due to road construction and very limited parking at Kings Beach. Access from the hotel to the beach requires wearing a plastic wristband for the duration of your stay (and you only get one per person for the whole duration of your stay - so you can't cut it off and get a new one) - this is a particularly annoying identification process in the 21st Century when there are alternative electronic means of identification/validation. We love going to Incline Village and enjoy the Hyatt hospitality - but find the requirement to wear a "property of Hyatt" orange or red wristband all day everyday for the summertime stay is an irritation (20 years in a row).

Venture26952832341

downtime

Reviewed 2 july, 2022

Everything was great and staff extremely friendly and helpful with any needs. Room was really nice and very clean. Cleaning staff always there and ready to refill anything. Beach was clean and large and water was beautiful. Everyone on the beach was really helpful with umbrellas and anything else. Bar on the beach was fun and best of views

Adventurer728161

Tahoe Disappointment

Reviewed 2 july, 2022

This was our first time to Tahoe and we were so excited. That quickly dissipated checking into the hotel. Don't splurge for the "lake front cottages!" They are neither lake front or a cottage. What we found upon arrival that the so-called cottages are in a horseshoe shape and only maybe the first four are considered lake front. These units are actually townhouses with a unit on the lower and upper and THEN also share a connected door to the unit next to it. We scored a cottage as far from the lake you can get (about 100+ yards or so behind a huge bar that blocks any view you may have had and is pretty loud all day). First sign of trouble - fireplace didn't work. The bathrooms look like they haven't been touched since the early 90's and ours just happened to have had a dog previously chew part of the vanity off. Neighbors upstairs liked to stomp all night and a family next to us had a screaming child. To top it all off, there was drilling being done the two days we were there so to "appease" those affected, management offered a coupon for chips or a drink at the snack shop up in the main hotel. Not comperable to what we actually paid to stay in this joke of a place. When we had had enough and kindly tried to voice our disappointment, the response was "we look forward to your next visit!" There will be no next visit. I understand places are short staffed and there are ongoing travel challenges, but charging what they do a night for this place is highway robbery and Hyatt should be ashamed. Definitely not the scenic Tahoe we were hoping to experience.

Winter11

Great meeting place with wonderful staff

Reviewed 29 june, 2022

From the front desk to the casino A wonderful experience The location is excellent beautiful view The service in all the restaurants is excellent .this a must see resort The lake is so beautiful,the pool area is excellent with heated water for year round use . We spent a lot of time in the casino our group did quite well overall I look forward to coming back

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