Loews Lake Las Vegas Hotel

, Las Vegas, United States
Nearby Airports
Review this Hotel
Popular Travel Destinations

Recently Reviewed Hotels Around Las Vegas

Loews Lake Las Vegas Hotel

4 star

Rooms: 493

101 Montelago Blvd. - Las Vegas - Nevada - 89011 - United States Hotel Website | | 702-567-6000
21 Traveller

Reviews - Loews Lake Las Vegas Hotel

Historical Traveller Reviews of Loews Lake Las Vegas Hotel

Great Golf and Relxation before heading to the strip

from samcraig33
Great hotel to come to for golf and relaxation. Just returned from a 3night stay at the hotel combined with 5 nights on the strip.

Decided to go for the golf package which was great- we played reflection bay twice and the falls once. Both great golf courses in amazing settings.

The Hyatt is a beautiful resort located by lake las vegas- we found it superb and sooo relaxing before moving on to a hotel on the strip.

Only downside was the annoyingly small and unluxurious bath tub. Overall definitely recommended to stay at.

Smack in The Middle of Nowhere

from A TripAdvisor Member
I've just returned from a weekend at the Hyatt Lake Las Vegas with my husband who was attending a weekend meeting. We had a nice stay there and enjoyed our time there but it's not a place I would quickly return to.

The sourroundings are lovely as are the pools and the golf. There are a few restaurants and the food is particularly good at Japengo. There is also a decent exercise room where you can do cardio and lift weights.

It's a fairly easy walk to the nearby Ritz Carlton complex and casino. It took me about 20 minutes each way. There's not a heck of a lot to do there either, though. The Casino at the Hyatt is petite but nice. I can't say it held my interest for long but it was ok.

We checked in at 5PM on a Friday and they only had really crummy rooms with two double beds on low floors when we had requested a King. Since check in started at 3PM we found it odd they could not honor our request. After much complaining we got a room with a King bed and later they sent a cheese and wine tray to apologize which was nice. The rooms were ok, large, but shopworn.

It is true, as other reviewers have noted, that the soundproofing in the rooms is nil. I could hear conversations in the bathroom from other rooms. Also, the hotel is a children's haven so at night there are little packs of children playing hide and seek and running in the hallways.....I think this all starts when the Camp Hyatt Sessions close. I like kids so it didn't bother me but it was a little much.

You really are in the middle of nowhere when you stay here. It's a onsiderable drive to the Strip but maybe that is a good thing. After the weekend at the Hyatt Lake Las Vegas I was really ready to go home.

Beautiful, realaxing and fun!

from A TripAdvisor Member
My husband and I stayed at the Hyatt Regency Lake April 22-25 of 2004. The hotel and grounds were absolutely beautiful. We had a standard room overlooking the pool and lake which was clean and spacious. The staff was excellent in every way. The pools were great. Having the activity pool and "adult" pool separate was a plus. Great for romantic getaway or family vacation. A little far from the strip but it was not an iconvenience. Driving to and fro was fairly simple. Food and drink was on the pricey side but to be expected. All restaurants were good, not 5 star but everything was presented well and tasted good, again a bit pricey at times but nothing rediculous. The Japanese restaurant was passable, Cafe Tajine was great for lunch. By far the outdoor bar and grill was the best for a quick simple meal especially if you have kids. The drinks were great and not too expensive could have been a bit stronger but no biggie. Arabesque Lounge was cool, comfortable and had a guy playing guitar a couple nights which was good. The casino was small but good enough for the moderate gambler or for those not real experienced with casinos. It was nice to sit and be able to ask questions and get help from the dealers and not feel stupid or rushed. The table games are the best.

The grounds and hotel were spotlessly clean and the staff was always cheerful and asking how you are doing and if you are having a good time. The cleaning staff for our room were great, never even knew they were there! In and out quickly! All very professional!

The Hyatt seems to be a big convention/conference sponsor. There were a few going on while we were there, not really a big deal. The only down part to it was that two out of the three nights we were there we got kicked out of the pool area early cause of outdoor dinner functions by the pool. It would have been nice to sit in the jaquzzi after dark.

Seemed to have lots for kids to do, pool, water slide, camp, canoes sports equipment etc.

Definately check out the spa, it is probably the highlight of the resort. The couples massage was awesome ask for Steve! I felt very at home and relaxed for our entire stay. We would definately go back in the future.

Excellent hotel, SLOW service.

from A TripAdvisor Member
This hotel is absolutely stunning! Decor is superb and views are breathtaking. The huge rooms offer everything one would need for spoiling. It is a jaunt from Las Vegas strip, but there is a free shuttle that will take you to the strip. HOWEVER, the service is probably the slowest I have ever experienced! We ate in one of the restuarants and it took over 25 minutes to get a beer, and 50 minutes for our meal, which included undercooked veggies, cool chicken and a burnt creme Brulee. Go figure with 45 minutes, you'd think it would be spectacular. Oh, did I forget to mention only 2 tables were occupied??? I definitely would consider staying at the hotel, but I would leave and go elsewhere for the meals. In addition, I'd bring my own cooler for my own bar supplies.

Lake Las Vegas: An excellent surprise

from A TripAdvisor Member
My wife and I just returned from a weeklong conference at the Hyatt Regency Lake Las Vegas. Not knowing what to expect "off-the-strip," our expectations were initially quite low. When we arrived we were both pleasantly surprised. The grounds are gorgeous and we were upgraded to alcove suite. We indulged in some overdue spa work, and the staff was excellent. The atmosphere is *very* mellow at the Hyatt, as opposed to the chaos of the strip. Food is about average for a Marriott, but we did enjoy having lunch from Cafe Tajine poolside. We had dinner at nearby MonteLago village (a replica of a Northern Italian village), and spent some time at the MonteLago casino. A very nice casino indeed, very quiet compared to the strip casinos, but with very nice staff. In contrast, we went to the strip one evening and walked from The Venetian to Paris and back, checking out the hotels along the way. We couldn't wait to get back to LLV for some sanity. Bottom line: If you want 24/7 action, stay on the strip. If you want to relax, and not feel like your in LV, then the Hyatt Regency is for you. We'll be back next year.

s going to be great but hotel has problems!

from MelissaK37
We went to Lake Las Vegas because my brother recently bought a condo in the gated South Shore community and it really is a beautiful area. We stayed at the Hyatt and it really is hard to give the hotel a stellar review. It is a beautiful looking hotel and the views are great. The area is built to resemble a Mediterranean village and there are all kinds of condos and houses built on the hillside and it's charming.
However, the hotel has big problems - the number one being the lack of any soundproofing in the rooms. We had to move rooms on day one because of the noise (when our neighbor lowered his toilet seat, I went to see if there was someone in our bathroom). The next room was at the end of the hall so we only had one neighbor, but I could tell you every conversation he had and what he watched on television. The rooms are not great, the furniture looks worn and the carpet was dirty and the bathtub was very mildewed. (The housekeeping staff was wonderful, however and even wrote us a thank you note for leaving her a tip). The hotel has very little nightlife, and the lobby bar closes at 10:30. On Easter Sunday they had a player piano playing in the bar area and on Friday and Saturday they had a classical guitarist, but he was gone by 10:00. After 10:30 they want you to go to the Casino bar, which is not great. The casino is a small utilitarian casino and tight as they come!
They actually had one person running the craps table the night we left and it was crowded! (But the casino staff was really nice!) The hotel has two restuarants. One is a basic restaurant with a breakfast buffet and menu service and it also serves dinner, and the other is an upscale asian/pacific rim type place called Japengo and we did not eat there. I think it's an odd thing that they do not have another dinner restaurant because not everyone would like Japengo. The food was average at the main restaurant. I ordered Sea Bass and when it came out it smelled really bad. The server offered to take it away, but I said well let me try it and then the manager came over and said it was only three days old and the chef thought it would still be okay! I did replace it at that point, but the rest of the table was almost finished with their meals. Really nice people in the restaurant - friendly and efficient.
Other nearby dining is at the two golf courses and the little village area by the Ritz Carlton. There are two restaurants in the casino there and a steakhouse, Como's. Como's is the local hangout for residents and has a nice bar as well. There are more restaurants planned for the area and they need them. Back to the hotel, there are two pools and they are nice and I did not go to the spa because when I called (a few weeks ahead) to book appointments (for 4 people) the spa attendent was completely rude and hung up on me! I called and complained to manager (by voicemail) and it was never acknowledged. If you are a golfer, the courses are lovely, but like all of Vegas - expensive. The greens fees for hotel guest are $220 for The Falls and $185 for Reflection Bay.
They are fun desert-style courses and the view looking down the mountain at the beautiful clubhouse with the stip in the background is great. There is a tremendous amount of construction going on, though and The Falls does not yet have a driving range. All in all, I think it's a better hotel for families (children are everywhere - so it's not the place for a romantic getaway) and the area is going to really be nice in a couple of years, but I can't really say anything nice about the hotel (just is really average) and can't say enough about the staff that works there (tremendous).

Better then L.V. strip for kids

from A TripAdvisor Member
This is a nice hotel if you are bringing the kids along.There is enough for them to do most of the day.Fishing,swimming,water slide,playground.We had the breakfast buffet once.After that we went off the grounds to eat our meals.Although the poolside food was fine.Service was great throughout the hotel.I found nothing but employees that went out of their way to help.I would stay here again.

One of the Best

from A TripAdvisor Member
This is by a long way one of the best Hotels for families in the Las Vegas area,forget down town on the strip they are wonderful in size and attractions but for a family this is it.Great service,Great pools,Wonderful golf course in the Falls&Reflection bay Golf Clubs. Shuttle bus to down town and the sites. Food top class. In all a great place to stop for a holiday we will go back soon.

Very Relaxing

from A TripAdvisor Member
A friend and I stayed at this resort in early March for a few nights and loved it. The view of the moon rising over the lake from our room was amazing. The staff from front desk to room service were so helpful and attentive. They went above and beyond to make sure our stay was perfect. The food was great... over priced, but that is to be expected.
The starbucks coffee shop in the hotel would have been great if the girl behind the counter could make a decent latte. Dissapointing, but the hotel was so beautiful and relaxing that it didn't matter after you stepped out onto the deck over looking the lake to sit and relax in the sun. The only other minor complaint I would have would be that the rooms we just basic, nothing fancy. Didn't spend much time in it anyway. We took the complimentary shuttle out to the strip to spend one of the days and ended up coming right back on the next shuttle because we loved the place so much. The room service manager put together a wonderful snack tray with assorted cheese and vegetable for us to have with a bottle of wine. Again, just another example of the excellent service. I work in the travel industry and have stayed at countless resorts and would recommend this to anyone looking for a relaxing getaway with the luxury of having all of the excitement of Las Vegas just 20 minutes down the road.


from wellsfargo
This hotel is a true resort. Checkin was smooth and I got upgraded for free to a lake view room. A small tip of $20 will get you that. I received a free $10 cash play at the small casino. The rooms are clean and comftorable. I did not eat on site as the food is to expensive. A shuttle runs three times a day to the Strip, set times. You will pay a $10 a day resort fee if you stay here, but the shuttle service is included in this resort fee. It is a bargain. It will take you 35 minutes to get to the strip. This is an ideal location, it is quiet, clean and everyone that I encountered was very professional. If you like golf, this is the place. Hope this helps.

Top Local Tips for Las Vegas

Cheap golf nearby Golf is really expensive in las vegas. But east of henderson, maybe 20 minutes, is boulder city, and there is a boulder city municipal course that has 18 holes plus cart for $45. This is a really pretty course, in very good shape. It doesn't have the dramatic desert feel like most of the las vegas courses, but it's interesting in its own way since it meanders around real neighborhoods, not 2nd homes and condos.

Rent a Car If you stay in Henderson and intend on getting around - you MUST rent a car. There was little public transportation away from the strip. The parking at the hotels on the strip is free and you can buy an all day bus pass on the strip of $5 per day.

The District Head back towards Henderson and you will see 'The District' which is right by Green Valley Ranch. Nice shopping and a good selection of restaurants from Panera to PF Changs and more. Also a nice movie theater.


Other names for Loews Lake Las Vegas Hotel

  • loews resort henderson
  • loews hotel henderson
  • loews henderson
  • henderson loews
  • Address: 101 Montelago Blvd. - Las Vegas - Nevada - 89011 - United States
Travel Library Traveller Rating?

See All 21 reviews

Review this Hotel
Candid Traveller Photos
  •  Loading Image...
  •  Loading Image...
  •  Loading Image...
  •  Loading Image...

Hotels Near Loews Lake Las Vegas Hotel