The Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa was ranked as one of the year's top 138 new hotels in Condé Nast Traveler's "2007 Hot List." See what Condé Nast had to say by viewing the issue PDF.
The Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa boasts a championship golf course, world-class spa, water park and a slew of other lavish amenities. If you’re the outdoors-type, you’ll find the extensive hiking trails, horseback riding, kayaking and golf to be heaven in Texas. If you’d rather stay off your feet, relax by one of the resort’s three pools or discover why the Spa Django was named one of the “75 Hot Spas of 2007” by Condé Nast. Either way, you’ll feel at peace amid the natural beauty of 400 acres of wilderness.
Take a dip in the Bastrop resort oasis, filled with shimmering pools, waterfalls and spray fountains. You can also enjoy a game of sand volleyball, a steady float along the Crooked River pool, or full-body relaxation in the hot tub.
The championship golf course, Wolfdancer Golf Club, was designed by world-renowned golf architect Arthur Hills. Voted one of the top ten new courses of 2006 by Gof Magazine and surrounded by the unspoiled wilderness that is Lost Pines, Wolfdancer can provide a special round for any avid golfer:
Summit attendees receive a 10 percent discount off green fees from June 19-28. If interested, please contact:
Wolfdancer Golf Club