Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa
Experience a completely unique and authentic journey into the ancient lands of the Tamayame people at Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa.
Nestled on 550 acres of the Native American Santa Ana Pueblo between the Sandia Mountains and the Rio Grande River, Tamaya is steeped in over one thousand years of rich history and culture.
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∙ Trail ride on a rescue horse, $80 per person
∙ Thursday night rodeo In Summer
∙ Complimentary bike and helmet
∙ Jeep Tours
∙ Hot Air Ballooning
∙ Hiking/Jogging/Running on surrounding trails
∙ Fly Fishing
∙ Sky City Cultural Center
∙ Kuaua/Coronado Historic Site Tours
∙ Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Monuments and Historic Sites
∙ Bandelier National Monument
∙ Coronado State Park
∙ Jemez State Park
∙ Petroglyph National Monument
Art & Culture
∙ Meow Wolf
∙ The Albuquerque Museum of Art & History
∙ National Hispanic Cultural Center
∙ New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
And yes, this is a photo of someone getting into a dryer at Meow Wolf. You pop out the other side in another world. The whole place is definitely worth exploring for the day - great fun like no where else. And climbing into clothes dryers is optional.
SANTA ANA CAFE
Enjoy the newly renovated Santa Ana Cafe. Featuring indigenous influenced casual American fare, local New Mexico classics and vegetarian and gluten free options. Dine indoors or on the beautiful covered patio with views of Tuyuna Mesa.
Enter the ornate wooden door of The Corn Maiden and begin an unforgettable dining experience. The corn maiden deity is a symbol of sustenance, survival and life, and our restaurant is a celebration of delicious food, fine wines and good company - all with spectacular views of the Sandia Mountains.
RIO GRANDE LOUNGE
Relax while enjoying a top shelf margarita or sampling a tequila flight while sharing plates of our tempting comfort food at our vibrant dining and gathering spot. Sit on the patio for spectacular sunset views of the Sandia Mountains.
No time for a sit-down breakfast? Stop by the general store for an invigorating cup of freshly brewed Starbucks coffee and a delicious burrito to start your day on the go. The selection of sandwiches, salads and snacks are easily packed to take along on a picnic for a day of sightseeing and exploring.
ATUSH BAR & GRILLE
Enjoy views of the ninth and eighteenth holes from the relaxing bar and grill at Twin Warriors Golf Course. Get energized before your round with a healthy breakfast, or join your friends for a light lunch on our patio after a morning at the spa. Atush also serves a variety of cocktails and other beverages.
The Plaza Grill offers light summer fare including delicious salads and hand-made sandwiches. Sip tropical cocktails, beer, wine and non-alcoholic drinks to keep refreshed for a day of fun at our pools. Open seasonally Memorial Day through Labor Day.
How the Hyatt Regency Tamaya stands out
YOUR BEST SELF
My whole thing is finding a hotel that helps me become my best self. I do feel like New Mexico is enchanted, just like they say. It's a state of mind that makes it easy to be your best self.
Take part in the resort activities like horseback riding, bicycling, and the Thursday night rodeo in Summer. And definitely go to Meow Wolf - it's a fun trip of a place that's a must do.
The history in Bandelier National Monument is awe inspiring - and it's also a walk with stunning vistas. The silent structures give a big picture view of life and time - something to ponder along our way.
Take in the views of the resort and let yourself feel a bit of the enchantment. This is a place to get yourself in your best mood.
AVOID THE FEES
I researched the fees for the top hotels in the area. Looking at fees around the world, the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa is one of the few really great resorts with no fees at all.
Free Internet access.
No Resort fee.
No fees at all! This is a rare thing. And especially for such a great resort. Hurray for Tamaya!
Why it’s good with points
The Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort is truly a unique place. Personally I feel like all of New Mexico is a special place and this resort really captures the spirit.
The resort definitely has activities that are not common any where else. Hot air ballooning and horse rides are too big ones. Also, the complimentary bikes are a nice perk for sure.
My thing is getting away to a place where I can forget the daily routine and get into an all new great mood. This is one of those places that truly gets you to explore your best self.
A King Room is 12,000 points per night. Get a World of Hyatt credit card with a 50,000 points sign-up bonus and you can get four nights. That’s a lot of value from one credit card.
Unwind in our 377 sq ft king room with one Hyatt Grand Bed®, oversized work area and views of the golf course or courtyard.
The VIP Suite is a plush option. You get lots of areas to relax and lighten the mood with friends and family. I always like sitting on the balcony and the VIP Suite has three! I also really like a fireplace for those cool evenings.
The VIP Suite is 24,000 points per night. That’s a really good price for such a nice suite in a Hyatt Regency resort. With a 50,000 point credit card sign-up bonus you’ll get two nights in a suite.
Sit back and relax on one of 3 balconies available in this 756 sq ft suite with one king bed, full dining room table, fireplace, and Jacuzzi tub.
Whether you go for a room or a suite, get a partner to also get a World of Hyatt credit card sign-up bonus. You’ll be able to stay twice as long!
Get a World of Hyatt credit card and get on your way.
Sapphire points are worth one Hyatt point. A Sapphire credit card is a great way to get even more Hyatt points than you can with the Hyatt Credit Card.
Once you get the sign-up bonus from your Hyatt credit card also get a Sapphire card.