by Andrea Doyle | November 10, 2017
Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa, set on 550 acres on the Santa Ana Pueblo near Albuquerque NM, has completed a multimillion-dollar renovation of its 350 guest rooms.

Reflecting the Southwestern landscape surrounding the property, the renovation included the installation of new furniture as well as traditional Pueblo blankets draped as art fixtures on the walls.

"The rooms were thoughtfully designed to incorporate the style and feel of the Santa Ana Pueblo and New Mexico, while featuring new, updated, and luxurious amenities," said Herb Rackliff, general manager at Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa.

The refreshed rooms will be an additional offering to the property's 29,000 square feet of indoor and 25,000 square feet of outdoor meeting space. The spaces include the Tamaya Ballroom, a 12,000-square-foot space that can be partitioned into eight separate rooms, and the Wolf and Puma rooms, offering floor-to-ceiling windows that open directly to a patio with panoramic views of the Sandia Mountains and cottonwood forest.

The property's Cottonwood Pavilion, situated minutes from the main resort, among the Rio Grande's cottonwood forest, offers a private setting surrounded by nature. The venue easily transforms from an indoor to an outdoor venue with floor-to-ceiling windows that open on to the Cottonwoods Patio. Other outdoor venue options include the Sunrise Amphitheatre with an unobstructed backdrop of the Sandia Mountains and the House of the Hummingbird boasting a 7,500-foot lawn enclosed by a replica of ancient Pueblo ruins.

The property also features culturally inspired group experiences including traditional pueblo bread-baking demonstrations and tribal dance performances.