About a month ago we had the pleasure of visiting the coolest resort here in Texas, Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa! Keep on reading for what we did, what we ate and why this is such a great family resort!
Walking into the resort, it smelled SO GOOD. I don’t know what kind of scent it was, but I want that in my house?. The resort is clean, beautiful and the landscaping is gorgeous.
The staff was very friendly and eager to get us settled in. The resort overall has a very outdoorsy feel. A lot of family-friendly activities to enjoy and do together. That was the biggest thing for me, the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa is very family oriented!
WHAT WE DID:
With so many activities and amenities to enjoy, I feel like we did a little bit of everything. We spent most of the day at the Crooked River Water Park, with a lazy river and Jadyn went down the waterslide like a thousand times (not joking!).
We also got to meet Yogi and Booboo their resident alpacas, pony rides for the boys, and we even did a family fishing excursion. Jadyn caught three fishes, and Colin caught two fishes! Their excitement was so fun to see!
We also enjoyed the free bike rentals and enjoyed riding bikes together! That was something the boys wanted to do every day.
WHAT WE ATE:
Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa has eight dining spaces: a steakhouse, a barbecue eatery, outposts by the pool and golf course, refined lounges, a casual grill, a quaint café, and an old-fashioned general store.
Our personal favorites were;
Firewheel Cafe for breakfast. They had a full breakfast buffet, an omelet buffet and it was all SO good.
Shellers Barrelhouse Bar- The pretzels and crispy fried avocados are a MUST try if you go there.
Old Buck’s Place- You can eat outside while lounging by the pool. You have to try their cookie monster shake. It’s worth all the calories, lol! The fries were also crispy, hot, and perfect. every. time.
Nightly S’mores- They have s’mores every night. We always ended dinner with s’mores for dessert, because why not??!
MORE ABOUT THE PROPERTY:
Nestled on 400 acres along the banks of the lower Colorado River, Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa is a memorable escape just 23 miles from Austin. The resort blends in with the natural landscape and each room has a view of rolling hills. It’s truly breathtaking!
Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa has everything you can imagine to enjoy like… horseback riding, kayaking the Colorado River or hiking through nearby McKinney Roughs Nature Park.
Other amenities include; a 24-hr gym, an 18-hole golf course, two tennis courts, video arcade, crooked river water park and pool area. Hooves and Horns program with animal mascot meet-and-greets, daily family activities like nightly s’mores, family movie nights, and so much more!
Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa is also pet-friendly! We saw so many dogs walking around, which made the resort overall so family friendly and welcoming!
There is a resort fee of $35 plus tax that applies to each night of your stay. That fee includes; shuttle to activities booked at the resort; two bottles of water per day, rent bikes, gain access to Spa Django Facilities and more. Plus, access to on-site recreational activities.
Jordan and I both got massages at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa, and it was INCREDIBLE. We, of course, were not able to go at the same time and get a couples massage (because hello #parentlife). But both our massages were incredible. 60 minutes of pure bliss.
The Lost Pines facility offers 18 treatment rooms, as well as men’s and women’s relaxation rooms, hot tubs, saunas and steam rooms. They also have an outdoor coed heated pool and hot tub area.
The spa area is beautiful, the dressing rooms are state of the art, and everything was recently renovated, so everything is new and pretty! I loved the shower and steam room area.
The Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa is a great family resort. The boys loved it; it was about a 2-hour drive for us (which is perfect)! Even though Liam was a bit too young to do some of the activities, you can tell he loved enjoying the pool and being in the floaty in the lazy river.
Highly recommend visiting the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa!