While the choices for Crystal Bay and Incline Village hotels aren't as broad as you find in the other Lake Tahoe towns, they cover the spectrum that most visitors are looking for. Casinos make up three of the Incline Village accommodations. The Crystal Bay Casino, Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino and the Tahoe Biltmore Lodge & Casino have distinct personalities, so you can choose the accommodation style that best suits you while still getting your gambling spirit taken care of. The Hyatt is, as you might expect, the kid-friendliest of these Incline Village casino hotels, with plenty for them to do, including Camp Hyatt, a year round program. This property spreads out over 26 acres and includes guestrooms and lakeside cottages, a spa, pools and a 24-hour fitness center. It's a full-service Incline Village hotel.
The other two casinos have storied pasts, the best part’s that they've made efforts to retain even through renovations. These Incline Village lodgings both have the feel of what you might have imagined Nevada casinos to have back in the day. Notable history for Tahoe Biltmore is that the biggest jackpot ever won in Lake Tahoe was here. This Incline Village hotel also has a resident ghost named Mary that many guests have claimed to see.
Things to Do at Incline Village Hotels
Including Crystal Bay Hotels
The Crystal Bay Casino's nightclubs, the Red Room and the Crown Room, attract gamblers and non-gamblers with their performances and other entertainment. Rounding out the Incline Village lodging choices is the Parkside Inn. This property draws guests year round, but winter guests especially appreciate its indoor pool and sauna and its proximity to Diamond Peak Ski Resort. They even run a free shuttle there for their guests. Parkside feels like a gracious mountain lodge, and guests are treated accordingly.