Lake Tahoe's only lakefront hotel with a private beach situated on the 26 acres in Tahoe's tranquil North Shore and offers a combination of breathtaking views and proximity to word-class skiing and recreation.
Values realeated to administratives fees are already included at the moment of purchase at the HURB website.Local fees, services fees and resort fees may not be included and should be paid directly to the hotel.
Based on 3334 reviews
Great place - just not right now
We LOVE the Hyatt Incline! The beach is fabulous and the entire property is great for families - from the pool to the fire pits and all the activities in between. So we were really excited that it was open and we could get away to relax...only there was a huge issue. While most of the restaurants were closed (understandable) and there were limited chairs at the beach and pool (again understandable) - the hotel was completely booked! It was packed so you couldn't really do much since they allowed all the rooms to fill up but don't have the amenities yet open to support that many people. It was ridiculous. I am excited to go back another time when the restrictions are lifted and there is enough space for everyone to enjoy their vacation...unfortunately, at this point, they are being irresponsible by not limiting capacity at the resort.
Happy that they are open - wish it wasn't such a hierarchy for the guests
The hotel was a nice reprieve from the SIP. However, we noticed a distinct difference in how guests are greeted at the front desk. I was in Tahoe for work so on a government rate. I don't think though that I should be made to feel less than when I arrive. The man at the front desk could have cared less about us - but was so excited when someone else arrived behind us and gave them champagne - while we were still checking in. It was awkward.In my normal life, I would perhaps be in a nicer room, but please hide that from the guests. We couldn't get shampoo or conditioner replaced until we went to the front desk and we could NOT figure out how to manage the beach area, so we just left. Know that these times are weird.
Excellent but with a couple glaring negatives
The positives: The amenities are spectacular. The staff is superb - kind and excellent, enjoyable people across the board. They did as good as they could regarding social distancing and making things pleasant and gave it a great vibe. We will definitely come here again. The pool is great - can't comment enough about how great the staff is from check-in throughout the stay. The negatives: I had a few things on my bill that were not from us (we were charged drinks at the beach where we had none - wife is pregnant so we weren't drinking - I had to call in as we checked out to have it removed and haven't seen it yet if it has been done). There are definitely people who aren't respecting the social distancing or wearing of masks in indoor public places (which is written in the welcome letter) - some people were crowding into elevators and not paying attention. I did wonder a few times if people snuck into the pool area and beach area - especially late in the afternoon.
Finally! We were able to stay at this amazing Hyatt located on Lake Tahoe in Incline Village, NV. Being cooped up or on lock down if you prefer during this uncertain time has been trying on us. So two days prior to heading up to Tahoe I looked at the Hyatt and saw they had plenty of rooms available. Trust me this hotel is always sold out and for what they offer I totally get why now. A casino, 3 hot tubs, 2 pools, private beach front, water sports, 24/7 gym, bar, restaurant, pool bar, an arcade and so much more. Unfortunately the saloon, arcade and cafe were closed at the moment as the hotel just started taking guests a week prior. Tahoe is one of my top 3 places in the US to visit on a continuous basis and the Hyatt just added to it. If you find yourself looking for a hotel then book this one before looking elsewhere in the Tahoe area. You will not regret it! Cheers!
Holiday weekends are a nightmare here
Forget getting a beach chair. Forget getting a drink in the club lounge. Forget sitting poolside. I wish I could only forget our stay here. Given that rooms were $750+/night, we chose to redeem a ludicrous amount of Hyatt points for a 3-night stay over 4th of July weekend and I still can't get over the memory of what an awful getaway it was. Staff was too busy controlling the parking lot while the rest of the hotel practically burned in chaos. The pool area especially went largely unsupervised. What was more shocking was how the adults/ parents acted like bigger spoiled brats than any of the children playing in the pool. Our room was literally next door the club lounge and it was revolving door of families that weren't even staying at the hotel (just like the pool.) One family would have a room key, ten more families would be part of the group. Not an eye brow raised by any staff. And that was consistent with the staff at the property across the board--zero f's. Safe to say that maybe only a 1/3 of the people were actually staying at the hotel. When the movie at the pool ended, the entire pool evacuated toward the exit doors to where ever else it was they were staying. Yet you want people to fork over $700 a night for a community playground? No wonder they're staying someplace else. When the front desk asked me how our stay was, she confessed that the times to avoid the hotel are holidays--especially 4th of July and Christmas time. Consider yourself warned. Since we ended up spending all our of time avoiding this hotel in South Tahoe, we checked out after 2 nights. I got another 2 nights comped at Harrah's where we finally were able to relax and have peace in our room. I'm still so pissed I wasted so many points on a hotel that I spent avoiding the entire time.