Full-service spa has modern facilities and an outdoor pool
24-hour fitness center features cardio machines with personal TVs, weight-training machines, and free headphone rentals
Free Wi-Fi throughout the property
Can seem overcrowded during peak seasons
Designated smoking areas (a pro for some)
On-site dining can be pricey
Limited room service hours
Built in 2006, the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa is a 491-room upscale hotel that sits on 405 acres on the banks of the Colorado River just east of Austin, Texas. The hotel is packed with amenities including a water park, luxury spa, and award-winning golf course. The beautiful grounds are sprawling, and the property attracts both families and couples with its many amenities and dining options; in fact, it can get quite crowded during peak season. The price is steeper than most accommodations nearby, but rooms are spacious and clean, with updated furnishings and private terraces.
Family-friendly hotel with impressive amenities and activities on-site
The Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa is a three-building hotel with a focus on the outdoors. The resort evokes an upscale Southern atmosphere with large natural limestone exteriors and interiors and tasteful furnishings both inside and out, and the lobby, with its mix both the rustic and modern, has giant fireplaces, plush seating, and high two-story ceilings that give it a charming and inviting atmosphere. The Hyatt attracts plenty of families with its kid-friendly amenities, but both couples and business travelers are also kept in mind, as the hotel has numerous function spaces and a romantic spa.
On the banks of the Colorado River and minutes from downtown Austin
The Hyatt is located right on the south end of the Colorado River and offers guests 1700 acres of outdoor space to explore. Sitting on 405 acres and adjacent to the 1,100-acre McKinney Roughs Nature Park, there is plenty within easy reach. The resort is also a short drive to both the beautiful Bastrop State Park and the sprawling metropolis of Austin, which is full of restaurants, shopping, and activities. The Austin-Bergstrom International is a 25-minute drive from the hotel.
Spacious rooms with modern furnishings and Southern charm
The 491 guest rooms vary in size from standard one-bedroom rooms with no terrace, to a two-bedroom cottage suite located on the grounds. All rooms are equipped with Wi-Fi, cable, mini-fridges, and coffeemakers. Rooms are modern with new furnishings that have a contemporary flair with a hint of Southern accents; picture warm wood bed frames and an overall neutral color palette. The bathrooms follow suit on the design front with dark granite countertops, ample sink space, and gray slate tile floors.
Outdoor amenities and activities abound on the sprawling grounds and surrounding areas
The Hyatt Regency Lost Pines stretches across 405 acres along the Lower Colorado River and is adjacent to the 1,100-acre McKinney Roughs Nature Park. The vast property includes tons of on-site activities such as horseback riding, archery, and zip-lining (for an additional fee). There's also a pool with a water slide, and activities like s’mores making at the outdoor fire pit.
There is plenty for adults as well in the form of the full-service Spa Django where guests can book a variety of treatments and relax by the tranquil outdoor pool. There's also an 18-hole golf course.
The Hyatt has five different dining options for guests to choose from ranging from casual fare to regional cuisine. There are 13 meeting rooms, two ballrooms, a 24-hour business center, and free WiFi throughout the grounds.
Customers Who Viewed Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa Also Viewed