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The Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa
Step into the sacred lands of the Santa Ana Pueblo to experience a hotel like none other; Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa. Situated between Santa Fe and Albuquerque at the base of the Sandia Mountains, the resort is minutes from a host of activities and miles from the ordinary. Enjoy breathtaking vistas blended with intriguing Tamayame culture and pampering amenities at a New Mexico resort designed to please every guest.
Discover a remarkable combination of old and new in the endless activities at Hyatt Regency Tamaya– relax in the soothing spa, play golf on the nationally-ranked course, take a thrilling hot-air balloon ride, go cross-country or downhill skiing, learn to fly fish, raft the Rio Grande River or immerse yourself in the lifestyle of the Santa Ana Pueblo learning everything from jewelry making to pottery construction and adobe building.
Albuquerque is approximately 30 minutes south of the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa. Visiting Albuquerque allows you to experience the authentic Southwest. As one of the oldest cities in the U.S., Albuquerque boasts a unique multicultural heritage and history where Native American, Hispanic & Latino, Anglo and other cultural influences are a part of everyday life. You'll always feel you're someplace special when you're eating at one of the traditional New Mexican restaurants, shopping at more than 3,000 shops and galleries, enjoying world-class visual and performing arts, or playing on the best golf courses in the Southwest. Nowhere is the confluence of past and present more dramatic than in Albuquerque, where the modern city skyline is set against a backdrop of the ancient Sandia Mountains and an endless, timeless blue sky. For more information, visit http://www.itsatrip.org/
Santa Fe is located approximately 55 minutes northeast of the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa. With a population of 70,000, Santa Fe is New Mexico's fourth largest city. Situated at 7,000 feet in the foothills of the southern Rocky Mountains, it was founded between 1607 and 1610, making it the second oldest city as well as the highest and oldest capital in the U.S. Santa Fe has long been a center for arts and culture. Due to sales, it now ranks as the country's third largest art market with nearly 300 galleries and dealers. There also are more than a dozen major museums showcasing an array of art, culture, history and traditions, as well the world-class Santa Fe Opera, In recent years, the city has also earned a reputation with food-lovers. To learn more about Santa Fe, visit http://santafe.org/
Visit New Mexico
New Mexico is home to twenty-two American Indian Tribes. Learn about these native cultures at New Mexico museums, heritage centers, and events that help celebrate and maintain New Mexico's unique Native Heritage. To order a free travel guide to New Mexico and learn more information, visit