A beautiful property set along the Cottonwoods that flank the Rio Grande river, the Hyatt Tamaya resort has several things going for it that travelers (or new transplants) to the southwest will really enjoy: it's remote-ish, quiet, new, and really exceptional service. For an quiet anniversary away from the daily routine the endless to-do list, it's very nice, but on the pricey side. There were two weddings/rehearsals being held on site during our stay, and unlike other properties I've stayed at, you couldn't really tell there were lots of extra people or commotion due to the events...that's a plus. A pool for the adults with a high wall to keep the wind/noise out, another for the kids that includes a slide (and dive-in movies on the weekends! Brilliant, but you'll smell like chlorine for a day or so afterward.) Several restaurants on site, but for the occasion, we chose the Corn Maiden. Expect to drop ~ $50/person...for a fantastic meal that we were happy to pay for. Nothing outlandish or weird, just really good food. The Better Half declares hers the "best steak ever" - high praise from a carnivore! Complementary champagne for the anniversary, but be prepared to answer some some hard math questions (how many years? Let's see, carry the five, divide by number of kids...) Our room faced the mountains, which is nice even if you do live here. A little patio with table and chairs for morning coffee and paper-skimming. Extremely attentive staff - even had a Sunday paper brought up to me in the Regency Club me when I accidentally tried to make off with someone else's. Regency club gets you breakfast, desserts, etc., so if you need to snack a lot and $10 for chips and guac sounds like too much, than go for it. Look for coupon codes online, we saved 25% and made it more affordable. Never even got near the spa or golf course, keep reading for those answers.
The short version: Great stay if you're willing to spurge a little.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled on 550 acres of the Native American Santa Ana Pueblo between the legendary Rio Grand River and Sandia Mountains, Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa is the perfect home base to explore Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico. At Tamaya, you can relax and enjoy the stunning Southwestern beauty, splash in one of our three sparkling pools, indulge yourself at the award-winning Tamaya Mist Spa & Salon, hit the links at the championship Twin Warriors golf course, or take a horseback ride on a rescue horse at the Stables at Tamaya. We also offer incredible indoor and outdoor meeting venues that are sure to inspire any group. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hyatt Regency Tamaya Hotel Santa Ana Pueblo
- Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort And Spa
- Hyatt Santa Ana Pueblo
- Hyatt Bernalillo
- Tamaya Resort
- Bernalillo Hyatt
- Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa New Mexico/Santa Ana Pueblo