THIRTY MINUTES NORTH of Albuquerque International Airport and owned by the Santa Ana Pueblo, the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa is an immersion experience in an ancient and proud culture. Visitors can make adobe with their hands, smell fresh bread baking in Pueblo ovens, walk along the Rio Grande, and listen for coyotes at dusk. Working together, Hyatt and the Santa Ana Pueblo leaders have created a tranquil destination that respects and highlights Pueblo culture, yet offers all the pleasures of a luxury resort. Tamaya's adobe architecture is brilliantly sited; from a distance, the resort's buildings appear to be stones on the high-desert landscape. For meetings, Tamaya features 21,000 square feet of meeting space.
Twin Warriors, located at the Hyatt Tamaya, hosted the PGA Club Players Championship in 2003. Twin Warriors gives players strategic options on nearly every hole, and the course is routed in and around 20 ancient cultural sites and has beautiful grassy knolls and ridges dotted with juniper and piñon pine.
At 5,500 feet altitude, Albuquerque is the “high desert,” giving it four distinct seasons, comfortable temperatures, low humidity, and more than 310 days of sunshine a year.