Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa Pictures
These pictures were taken during a December 2006 visit and the grass was dormant and the trees had lost their leaves. However, the Hyatt was still beautiful and very scenic. Visit the Hyatt's website to see what it looks like during the summer. This is an outstanding resort.
Here are some shots of the patio for Shellers and Stories, the front entrance to the lobby, and one of the outdoor fire pits for conversation and live music.
The entire resort has a local Texas theme with pictures, plaques, and more throughout the halls and lobby.
Renegade Trailhead offers three different types of trail rides and show/lessons/exhibitions from the back patio.
The pool area can be enjoyed by all ages and includes volleyball, waterfalls, the lazy river, a hot tub, pool, beach, and a bar and grill.
Golf courses don't come much better than Wolfdancer. The terrain varies from river bed, to rolling hills, to tree lined fairways. The views are spectacular and the course demands excellent club selection and course management. Our forecaddy, Brett, was excellent and helped us manage the course and didn't make fun of our swing or errant shots (which happen quite frequently). More importantly, he made sure that we were aware of the fact that your first beer costs what you score - in our case, that wasn't a real big savings. Outstanding course - read more about it by checking out the . You can also easily locate other courses in the area, read course reviews, and buy some good equipment in .
The following are a few shots of Bastrop which is 10 minutes east of the Hyatt Lost Pines. Maxine's Cafe has music during breakfast and lunch, downtown has a few quaint shops, and Cindy's Hog Wild (5 minutes west of the Hyatt) is excellent for burgers, pool, and live music. You can learn more about the surrounding area in and the Exploring Bastrop Thank God For Weekends article