Hyatt Lost Pines Luxury and Nature Collide in the Lost Pines Region of Texas

March 1, 2009 by  
Filed under Travel Blog

Adjoining a 1,100-acre nature park, Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa is a full-service 405-acre luxurious, Texas wilderness escape, set in the beautiful Lost Pines Region of Central Texas. The AAA Four Diamond distinct destination offers the best of Texas—scenic beauty, charming hospitality, and a chance to experience the culture, cuisine and character of the Austin and Bastrop regions.

Conveniently located 20 minutes from Austin/Bergstrom Airport and 25 minutes from downtown Austin, guests of Hyatt Lost Pines have the opportunity to experience unique destination-specific activities such as hiking, rafting, kayaking, and more. Additional amenities include championship golf, a luxurious spa, eight dining venues, live local music and a kid’s camp. The resort’s water park features lavish pools, fountains, whirlpools, a 1,000-foot Crooked River pool and water slide.

Spa Django offers the finest in therapeutic massage from deep tissue to culturally relevant treatments like the Django massage—inspired by the music of Austin. Herbal therapies, facials and body treatments have been blended with aromatherapy to create a rejuvenating experience for guests that will enlighten the body, mind, and spirit. The Couples Massage Treatment Room offers a spacious, yet intimate, retreat complete with sweeping views of the resort’s natural surroundings.

Created by legendary golf course designer Arthur Hills, the 7,205-yard, par 72 Wolfdancer Golf Club makes the most of the terrain’s natural beauty. Three courses in one results in holes traversing rolling prairie land, a wooded ridgeline and a pecan tree-dotted river valley. Wolfdancer offers a fair challenge for every level of player and provides an exclusive forecaddie system for course guidance and an elevated level of service.

Experts at the on-site Renegade Trailhead can design specialized activities, including horseback rides—experienced or inexperienced riders, any length of time—skeet shooting and archery. Proximity to the 1,100-acre nature park and Colorado River affords guests to make an event truly memorable by adding a nature aspect, including a GPS Scavenger Hunt, Colorado Raft Float, or Challenge Course and Rock Climbing.

All 492 guestrooms welcome guests with comfortable, elegant furnishings, concierge services, flat-screen televisions, Hyatt Grand Beds™, Internet access, and more. Views include landscaped gardens, picturesque pecan trees, or the water park. Guests may opt for a private balcony or patio with Regency Club access. Luxurious suites and the stand-alone Litton House provide ample room to relax and enjoy stylish living and are perfect for any kind of getaway, gathering, or hospitality reception.

Eight dining outlets satisfy every palate at any time of the day—from wild salmon and game in Stories Fine Dining Establishment to a butter pecan sundae in McDade’s Ice Cream Saloon. Exceptional restaurants and lounges feature innovative creations in striking settings, including Shellers Barrelhouse Bar, with live local music in a historically inspired setting; Firewheel Cafe featuring bold menus blended with the flavors of the Southwest; The Scribes Club, honoring Texas writers and scholars, while serving the finest brandy and cognacs; and Major Neighbors Grill, located at the golf clubhouse, providing breakfast and lunch in a casual ambiance.

Hyatt Lost Pines offers an exceptional experience.

Hyatt Lost Pines
575 Hyatt Lost Pines Road,
Lost Pines, TX 78612

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