Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa4.0 out of 5.0
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Great place to get away! Great lazy river, adult pool, beach pool, beach bar. Great bar, decent restaurant. Smores by campfire at night! Hiking, biking! Gift shop, breakfast and coffee shop. Lots more!
Pool was awesome. Lots of activities to do. Breakfast was good.
It's a great place to hang out overnight. Very peaceful and quiet during the school season. Staff very pleasant and beers was cold. Great golf rates and nice course. Live bands on weekend and bar food was excellent. We did the skeet shooting and family golf outing. I opted to the first floor balcony so I can smoke a cigar outside my patio.
The resort has great amenities and activities. Its location is far off of Highway 71 in peaceful, wooded seclusion, but close enough to Austin to partake of activities there. Our room was hot when we arrived. It took us several hours running the air conditioner at maximum cool to make it acceptable. We ordered room service and the kitchen got our order wrong. Nevertheless, the person who delivered our food when beyond the call of duty to try and make up for the kitchen's deficiency. We ordered room service because we could not get in the only upscale restaurant on the property. The food was average for a hotel. As with any "resort", the value is not really present, but overall, we had a very comfortable and relaxing weekend.
I will say that I am 50 years old and have NEVER been treated so good, The staff was beyond great .
This beautiful hotel/resort provides everything so that you never have to leave during your stay. It is very family oriented, so there were a lot of children during our stay...but with all the amenities for adults, including having an adult pool and hot tub...this was wonderful.We were most impressed by the staff! Everyone all the way from the greeters, front desk, maids and servers went above and beyond! A special "shout out" to our young man, Emilio, that served us at the pool! Buffet was excellent every night and made this a great perception of value for our meals. By the way, this is our 3rd stay! It can be expensive, but if you search for deals that would be your best bet.
Perfect mix of relaxing with every bit of entertainment you would want for a friend's weekend away or to bring your family. The restaurants on site are amazingly delicious and well priced. We joked about how much staff was around at all times, but it was so nice to have so many helpful, friendly faces. Can't wait to go back someday.
This was our first real resort gettaway and we loved it. It sets the bar pretty high. We actually missed our kids because we saw so many families have a great time. Will go back for sure but will have the kiddos with us :)
Stayed 2 nights. Fine dining location meal and service excellent; noon meal location (non casual) was good, but 2 items cold and missing an item (all taken care of promptly). In-room breakfast dining was surprisingly hot and really really good (had potato omelet). Breakfast location dining was ok, ordered same omelet off menu, but was missing ingredent (they remade). Cabana dining was good, but margaritas were made with a puree, way too sweet, and definitely NOT TX! And got a surprise service charge! Unfortunately, cold weather and "heat not turned on until Friday afternoon for weekend" for the winding river float prevented us from partaking. Great view of River. Resort “pets" were great pic opps. Archery was fun. Spa was excellent! Beds out of this world! The location was very secluded, nestled in the Pines. All staff was available and helpful. Only wish there was a vendor there that had scooter’s for rent, a lot of walking for someone who can’t do a lot. Missed out on ‘walking’ along the path of the river. But, other amenities, all I had to do was ask and the staff got us quickly to that on-site location via a cart. Close to Austin, but new toll roads make it confusing on getting to and from Resort, even a conseiger had trouble trying to give directions, but promptly sent them up to the guest’s room.
Staff is very friendly, and atentive . Food was wonderful, the room was also very nice. Definitely will be going back
When we arrived (Saturday) the resort was buzzing with lots of amenities and activities. Sunday everyone started to leave - by Monday it felt like we were the only people there. That would have been OK but the amenities were all CUT e.g. no breakfast buffet, very limited dinner options (only one restaurant open on Sunday and Monday) - but no price cut. The nearest external restaurant was over 13 miles away. The SPA was amazing though! The surrounding area is also wonderful with lots of wildlife. We would NOT recommend going during the week unless you want a very quiet stay.
The thing that impressed me the staff....I mean all the staff...well trained, on top of everything, genuinely happy and courteous....This is my second stay here...it is good for couples, business and families...has all the amenities to please eveyone.
This place has something for everyone, kayaking, pool, water slide, crooked river, horseback riding, golf, family lawn movie nights, etc. Only minor complaints would be pool temp was too warm and food was only ok. I had to reach though to find anything we were not very happy with.
Given the price of a room one expected a lot more from this hotel resort. Where should I start, the location seems perfect when looking at the hotel online but you really don't get to take in the views and splender of the surrounding area unless you go around the golf course as the hotel sits in a basen. The hotel looks and seems very nice and the grounds are well kept. The onsite restautants will give you sticker shock and the food was really nothing to write home about in my opinion but I like home style food and not those fancy dishes. One thing that I did notice was that there was a lot of flys around, which put me off going for a desert as they were all left uncovered on a central table/display. After seeing the flys (which I'm sure the staff must have seen) landing on them numorous times, that was the last time I ate in the restaurant. The room was ok and seemed mostly clean but there was a single cheerio on the floor by the bed when we arrived and it was still there when we left 3 days later. All being said my wife and I enjoyed are break even if we felt we were subsidizing the golf course and the views the golfer get of the area
The location is just less than 20 miles from downtown Austin. I have wanting to stay here since I got an email advertisement from them 2 years ago. What I need to really highlight is that this is a resort more suited to families and I knew that going in. We did not take advantage of the amentities as we were seeing all Austin and San Antonio had to offer. The rooms are large, we didn't get a balcony so that was a bit disappointing. They do have an adult only pool but it is not very big, they had a spa, gym and tennis but we didn't take advantage of it. Have a hard time paying to use the gym. We got there on Saturday night and it was a madhouse, Sunday was Easter and we had a nice breakfast at the Firewheel Cafe for around $30. Note the closest town is Bastrop and unless you want McDonalds or Sonic you will probably be eating at the hotel. We did enjoy a nice walk through the wildlife area that adjoins to the resorts property. We went early on Easter Sunday and had the place to ourselves. The bathrooms in the rooms are oversized, the water pressure is great. The tub is tiny, but makes sense for the family friendly resort. We had an odd mildewing smell which I advised at checkout (the place was full when we checked in) and they removed the resort fees due to the inconvenience. Overall beatiful location, truly family oriented with things like Trail rides and camps.
Relaxed by the pool. Staff at pool would bring you drinks and food. The restaurants were terrific
This is my first time writing a review. I'm writing because I can't get over what a great trip we just had! The hotel was spotless. The customer service was outstanding. Literally everyone was so helpful and bent over backwards to make us feel welcome and to help us have a relaxing time. There were tons of activities for the kids to do. They also loved seeing all the animals on the property, especially the resort dog. The paths and trails around the hotel were lovely and well maintained (and fun to ride the bikes on). The food at the hotel wasn't fabulous, it was just ok, but the service was good. All in all, this hotel was incredible! We'll definitely be back!
Beautiful nature setting, with lots of availability of hiking, biking, rafting, fishing, and birds/animals. You feel like you are in a quiet nature setting while staying in a beautiful resort with all the amenities. Loved our King room with first floor balcony...comfortable and clean. Great spa with extra large "relaxation room " and outdoor hot tub. Ate at Major Neighbor's Grill- excellent sandwiches/salads. We had a very special evening at Stories, fine dining restaurant. Can't say enough about the excellent fish we had. A real treat ! Staff is super friendly and ready to help with any detail. Loved the waterpark, and spent lots of hours on the lazy river. Lots of kid activities-would be great for a family reunion !
We like to relax on vacation and this was the perfect spot. Our balcony overlooked the Colorado River. The resort has done a marvelous job incorporating the surrounding natural assets into resort activities. The staff was very, very nice and helpful. We were traveling without our children but the kids would have been in heaven had they been with us.
We had a nice one night visit at this resort. To really enjoy the resort, you need to stay longer than one night. The grounds are beautiful. Our room was very comfortable. We could see the river from our balcony. We hope we can visit again and stay longer to really enjoy what this resort has to offer.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa places you 4.4 mi (7.1 km) from Dinosaur Park. This 491-room, 4-star resort welcomes business and leisure travelers with 2 outdoor pools, a golf course, and a full-service spa. Governor's Mansion is 23.1 mi (37.2 km) from the resort, which is on a river.
Enjoy dining at Stories Fine Dining, one of 5 onsite restaurants. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 11 AM.
All 491 air-conditioned rooms feature refrigerators, coffee makers, and free bottled water. 43-inch flat-screen TVs come with cable channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Pillowtop beds sport down comforters and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and bathrobes. Laptop-compatible safes, phones, and ironing boards are other standard amenities.
Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa features a golf course, a full-service spa, and 2 outdoor pools. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this spa resort include a free water park, a lazy river, and a children's pool.