Hyatt Lost Pines Pool Upgrade Sneak Peek

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One of my very favorite resorts, Hyatt Lost Pines, has a great pool complex complete with a lazy river, water slide, beach area, and more that we try to visit at least once a summer. Over the past several years we have had the joy of staying there more times than I can easily count, and I have even written posts like “The Secrets of Staying at Lost Pines” since I am such a big fan and repeat customer…usually on points.

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Hyatt Lost Pines Lazy River

Hyatt Lost Pines Lazy River

However, like with anything, every now and then things need a bit of a makeover, and while we loved our last visit to their pool area in 2016, a few areas were needing a little love. At the end of last season, the splash pad area was especially looking a bit…tired.

Pre-renovation splash pad

Pre-renovation splash pad

I recently saw on Facebook that Hyatt Lost Pines was doing some work to their pool area, so I reached out to see what they were up to and try to get some sneak peek photos. I wasn’t just curious for myself, but I know that so many of you love that resort as much as we do. Luckily, they were nice enough to share what they had been up to in recent weeks and send over some pool upgrade snapshots.

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Hyatt Pool

Hyatt Lost Pines Pool

Not only did the main pool get an awesome overhaul with sea creatures pained on the bottom, but the splash pad area has also been resurfaced with a smooth non-slip surface. It looks 1,000% better and I can’t wait to bring my girls back again this summer!

Hyatt Lost Pines Splash Pad

The lazy river didn’t get the sea creature make-over, but it was resurface where needed so it should be easier on the feet this season. If you want to visit there on points it will run you 20,000 points per night as a Category 5 property and cash rates can go from below $200/night in the off-season to $400+ per night during peak season. If you are interested in this property, you can also read tons of additional posts about Hyatt Lost Pines that I have written over the years.

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  1. Thanks for keeping us updated about Lost Pines.
    Quick question : We’ve an award stay (just one night) coming up, booked using 20K points. I dont see any Club rooms online. Can they upgrade us to Club room for another 7000 points ?

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