The four-star Hyatt Regency is situated on the edge of Lake Las Vegas, which is 17 miles from the Las Vegas Strip. Two championship golf courses is spread out ovver the 25 acres of this lakeside oasis, and is a premiere destination for visitors to Las Vegas.
Designed in an exotic Morrocan architectural style, the Hyatt Regency Las Vegas is outfitted with authentic details such as the handpainted headboards and the imported armoires. The rooms have large windows and balconies, which add to the light and airy feeling of staying in a Mediterranean Guest house. Enjoy views of lake Nevada, the mountains and the surrounding golf courses from your window. You have your choice of 47 suites, 3 casbahs, and 493 standard guest rooms to choose from when you stay at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.
The following amenities are available to you as a guest:
Work Desk Area
On Command Movies
Two 2-line Speaker Phones
Iron & Ironing Board
In room Climate Control and Air Conditioning
High-speed Internet Access: $5.95 per hour, $9.95 per day, and $21.95 per week – seven days
T-Mobile hotspots are available
Fine details available to you are the 5 different types of suites for you to choose from. The Hyatt Regency Hotel has a Regency Club for guests wanting added perks such as larger rooms. Consult the schedule of events to stay on top of the number of activites that are going on daily at this resort.
You can fill your days with activites such as Volleyball, Tennis, Aqua Aerobics, Basketball and Badminton while you stay at the Hyatt Regency Las Vegas.
Beyond the resort grounds, more relaxed options await you such as bike tours of Lake Las Vegas, leisurely natures walks. and botanical tours.
The European styling of the 100,000 square foot Baraka casino includes two story windwos. The Hyatt Regency Player's program is for guests 21 an over, with perks sucks as cocktails, meals, free stays, special event invitations, and priority reservations.
Named after a well-known Morrocan dish, the cafe Tajine is on the second floor of the hotel, adjacent to the pool. The Pacific-rim influenced cuisine and sushi bar of the Japengo restaurant has earned it numerous awards. The Salon Maroc is a private dining rom that is also available for dinner, or you can eat outside on the terrace.
For relaxed and private dining, you can choose in-room dining. The Marrakesh Express is open 24 hours a day, serving light snacks and casual fare. Even more relaxed are the salads, sandwiches, and beverages you can enjoy poolside at the Sandsabar and Grills.
For lounging and evening drinks, try the Baraka bar, located at the Hyatt Regency Casino. Take a breather from the excitement of the casino floor and enjoy a cold drink. Or you can watch the action and watch everyone come and go from the Arabesque lounge, in the lobby level of the hotel.