• Discover an Interactive Spa Experience at Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa

    FROM THE Fall 2016 ISSUE

    Spa Django

Spa Django at Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa near Austin offers indulgent group escapes. Overlooking the resort’s lush grounds, Spa Django is a retreat that features 18,000 square feet of sheer relaxation. There are 18 treatment rooms, men’s and women’s relaxation pools, sauna, whirlpools, an outdoor spa pool and—most importantly—enough space to accom - modate corporate groups or VIP attendees. Named for the famed musician Django Reinhardt, Spa Django (“Django” translates to “I Awake”) intertwines his music with the bounty of Texas nature. Treatments enliven the senses through music, art, nature, touch, movement and fun. Guests can select their own music to go along with their treatment, which includes therapeutic massages, herbal therapies, facials and body treatments.

The historic Austin hotel, The Driskill, has appointed Nori Meisner to its staff as historic tour guide and special events concierge. In her new role, Meisner will bring to life the stories of the hotel, which was built by cattle baron Colonel Jesse Driskill in 1886. Among the many memories she’ll share with guests on the history tour is the first date between former President Lyndon B. Johnson and his wife, Lady Bird. The two met over breakfast on that fateful day.


When it comes to meeting at the Austin Convention Center, the numbers are forever in your favor. Let’s start with six. That’s how many full city blocks the convention center extends in the heart of the downtown business district. Or 12,000—the number of hotel rooms within a two-mile radius of the venue. Twenty-thousand is how many wireless devices that can be simultaneously connected, ensuring all of your guests won’t miss a meeting, Zoom call, presentation or email.  



Keep your eye on the skyline of Austin. The sustainably focused hotel brand, 1 Hotels, is coming to a mixed-use hotel, residential and retail project currently under construction at the meeting of Waller Creek and Lady Bird Lake. The property will be the tallest tower in Texas and will overlook the historic Rainey Street district.