Steeped in more than a thousand years of history and culture, Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa in Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico, offers groups an immersive meetings journey like no other.
Nestled on 550 acres of sacred, sovereign Pueblo land between the Sandia Mountains and the Rio Grande River, the 350-room resort exudes a sense of peace and tranquility that is accentuated by 54,000 sf of diverse indoor-outdoor spaces to meet, greet and mingle and a plethora of activities for inspiring, bonding and recharging groups.
Upon arrival, groups can experience a corn necklace Pueblo greeting led by a tribal member in traditional welcome dress—a special touch for VIP attendees. Let the rich aromas of Southwest fare and the enchanting melodies of a Native American flautist waft through the air during a welcome reception at the 8,000-sf Cottonwoods Patio & Pavilion, with beautiful views of the Sandia Mountains and Cottonwood Bosque.
A group buyout makes the most of Hyatt Tamaya’s mountain, mesa and river views, as well as its cultural attributes, which span the entire resort. Take the Plaza of the Generations, for instance, which features life-size bronze sculptures depicting generations of Pueblo people: a farmer, water woman, storyteller and welcoming woman. Adobe-style buildings and open courtyards, and cultural team building that incorporates the teachings of generations instill a sense of place that is sure to captivate and inspire attendees.
Imagine a dinner or reception on the wide-open Twin Warriors driving range with stunning mountain views and gorgeous New Mexico weather. This option is available exclusively for group buyouts. Trail rides through the sacred lands of the Pueblo, chuck wagon dinners in unique settings and CSR outings with the Tamaya Horse Rehab rescue program are all led by the Stables at Tamaya. Create a sense of well-being for attendees with spa treatments steeped in culture, group meditation and an evening under the stars for storytelling and s’mores at the fire pit. Off-site, Jeep tours, hot air ballooning and excursions to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and Puye Cliff Dwellings can all be arranged.
Cedar incense burns daily against the majestic views of the Sandia Mountains in the Living Room Lobby, a cozy place for small meetings and breaks. The 12,000-sf state-of-the-art Tamaya Ballroom holds room for up to 700 attendees, while the Sunrise Amphitheater is perfect for celebrations and ceremonies, and the covered House of the Hummingbird makes for a elegant and intimate spot for lectures and presentations. You can hold your reception at the Oxbow Pool and lawn just next door.