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Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa
Santa Ana Pueblo, New MexicoEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa
Whether you're traveling for golf, spa, or southwestern culture, this family-friendly resort in the high desert plateau delivers it all, plus unbeatable views of the surrounding New Mexican landscape, without another hotel in sight.
This Pueblo-style resort halfway between Santa Fe and Albuquerque offers authentic Tamaya activities (tribal folk-dance shows, huruna-bread tastings, pottery-making lessons) in addition to golf, horseback riding, and post-adventure pampering (try the ancient-drumming mud mask). It's all part of the draw at this sprawling Native American-owned hotel near Bernalillo. Spend the night in one of the resort's roomy Mountain Vista units, which have slate-bathroom floors, southwestern-print down blankets, and grand balconies or patios overlooking the Sandias.
Have the hotel arrange a 60-minute hot-air balloon ride over the mountains at daybreak.
Stargazing in New Mexico is unbeatable—spend an evening listening to Native myths and making s'mores while counting the constellations with hotel staffers.
Arrive at Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ), which is approximately 25 miles (40 minutes) from the resort.1300 Tuyuna Trail, Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa on Property
- 18-Hole Golf Course
- Outdoor Pool
- Fitness Center
- Horse Stables
- Currency Exchange
- Laundry Service
- Multilingual Staff
- Business Services
- Wired + Wireless Internet
- Family Activities
- Baby Amenities
- Private Patios
- Satellite Television
- iPod Docks
- In-Room Safes
- Hair Dryers
- Iron + Ironing Board
- Air Conditioning
- 4 Restaurants
- 2 Lounges
- Room Service
- 2-person occupancy
- Full breakfast each morning
Why We Love Santa Ana Pueblo
Be captured by the stunning scenery you will discover here, interwoven with the rich Native American history that is still very much alive.
Best Lunch Spot: Guadalupe's. Ask for your chicken enchiladas served "Christmas" style, smothered with both red and green chile sauce. 422 Old Santa Fe Trail. 505/982-9762.
Outdoor Excursion: Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument. Hike to the top of the mesa at this reserve, 40 miles from Santa Fe, for magnificent views of the tepee-shaped rock formations and the surrounding Rio Grande Valley. Wear hiking shoes and bring plenty of water.
Local Dish: Café Castro. One of the city's best-kept secrets, here you'll discover authentic New Mexican fare at reasonable prices—try the Santa Fe specialty, a sopaipilla with honey. 2811 Cerrillos Rd. 505/473-5800.
Where to Drink: Coyote Cantina. In warmer months, watch the sun set from the rooftop bar while you sip on a prickly pear margarita. 132 W Water St. 505/983-1615.