Off Season Vacay: Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe

Off Season Vacay: Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe


Many Bay Areans only think about Tahoe as a winter or summer destination, but many don't realize that Tahoe has plenty to offer in the off-season. Skiing, hiking, biking, and the like are all available at half the cost and half the crowds. Here are some great insider tips proving that Tahoe is just as great in spring (or fall).

The Tahoe Tri

In spring, temps get as high as 65 during the day and can still be cool and snowing in the mountains. This offers Tahoe skiing in the morning, biking in the afternoon, and a nice sunset hike overlooking crystal blue waters to finish up the evening.

Discover a New Brew 

In Cutthroat's Saloon at Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe, they offer seasonal and locally crafted beers. Whether it's a limited edition East Coast Dogfish Head IPA or a case of 10 seasonal wheat beers, there's no doubt you'll find a beer for your liking in this new Wild West-themed bar.

Vacation Like a VIP

A private deck or cottage may be way too pricey during the busy summer months, but in this hidden off-season, this lux experience is quite affordable. The Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe's full service alpine cottages provide the comfort of cabin living with the convenience and amenities of a huge resort, starting at only $289.

Apres a New Way

Take a vacation from your vacation with a massage and glass of Champagne, and maybe a dip in the pool or Jacuzzi. The Stillwater Spa & Salon offers a $60 massage or facial, plus full facility access and complimentary glass of bubbles every Tuesday and Thursday. Or, sit fireside with a glass of wine at Lone Eagle Grille.

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