Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa
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1300 Tuyuna Trail, Santa Ana Pueblo, NM 87004 United States
Tamaya, meaning place of the people in the language of the Tamayme, has been inhabited for more than a thousand years and has long been a sacred spot. The resort remains faithful to this colorful heritage with regionally inspired cuisine, pueblo-style accommodations, and a full-service spa and salon offering indigenous treatments.
After playing the links on the property's Gary Parks-designed course, guests can retreat to the grand courtyard, outfitted with Huruna bread-baking ovens, a tribal dance circle, and three swimming pools.
Catering to all types of travelers, the resort provides extensive meeting facilities, stables, and family-designed programs.
SERVICES & CLASSES
The Tamaya Mist Spa & Salon features an extensive menu of healing treatments inspired by the beautiful Southwestern setting and its Native American culture and designed to "restore physical and spiritual tranquility."
Interiors are decorated in rich earth tones of dark browns, warm reds, and deep greens, and the soothing aroma of cedar incense, traditionally used by regional tribes to attract good spirits, fills the air. Treatment rooms total 13, and additional fixtures comprise an outdoor sauna, steam room, hot tub, and relaxation areas, where guests can sunbathe.
Signature services, including the Ancient Drumming ritual, incorporate elements native to the area such as blue corn, desert sea salt, and mud from the Jemez Mountains.
The 16,000-square-foot complex also encompasses a full-service salon and a fitness center. Healthy spa cuisine is available.
FACILITIES & AMENITIES
DINING & FACILITIES
Facilities & Amenities
The resort's extensive range of recreational pastimes caters to all types of visitors and honors the Tamayame's appreciation for nature.
Golf aficionados can tee off at the 18-hole Twin Warriors Golf Club, set alongside the picturesque Tuyuna Mesa. Horse stables are on property, with riding programs tailored toward all skill levels, and experienced trail guides can lead guests through the Pueblo backcountry. Hay wagon and hot-air balloon rides are also available, as are three swimming pools and two tennis courts.
The on-site Tamaya Culture Museum and Learning Center introduce guests to the tribal history, culture, and religion of the Santa Ana Pueblo; area attractions include the Santa Ana Star Casino.
Families will appreciate the Srai Wi program, which organizes group retreats including pottery making and Stories Under the Stars, an evening of stargazing and Native American storytelling. Camp Tamaya, for guests ages 3 to 12, provides recreational and educational activities such as crafting adobe bricks and exploring the Bosque Forrest.
Hair and Beauty
Rooms & Dining
Interiors of the resort's pueblo-style guest rooms and suites reflect traditional Southwestern decor. Natural materials of adobe, wood, and stone merge with woven textures and warm color palettes, while pottery of the Santa Ana pueblo offers thoughtful accents. Rooms are appointed with signature Grand Beds (tm), jade slate bathtubs, and oversized desks; many come with private patios or balconies with mountain, golf course, and courtyard views.
Corn Maiden, the resort's fine dining restaurant, showcases stunning views of the Sandia Mountains. Meals start with "beginnings," served tapa style to encourage sharing, and the open-exhibition kitchen affords prime views of the chefs preparing their "signature rotisserie," or fresh, spitfire-grilled dishes prepared with a New Mexican-themed marinade. The Santa Ana Café features a bistro-style menu, while the atush Bar & Grill, set at the Twin Warriors Golf Course, allows guests to enjoy deli-type cuisine while enjoying views of the ninth and eighteenth holes. The Plaza Poolside Bar & Grille, open seasonally, and Rio Grande Lounge are popular spots for light fare and cocktails.
Other Needs Accommodated