Santa Ana Pueblo (close to Santa Fe & Albuquerque), New Mexico
This area is breathtakingly beautiful! Situated below stunning mountains, and postcard, perfect sunsets, this resort offers scenery like no other. 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 with plenty to keep you on property!
Should you decide to explore, Santa Fe is about 50 minutes from our conference hotel. It has long been a center for arts and culture; Santa Fe ranks as the country's third largest art market. You'll find nearly 300 galleries and dealers to explore. Santa Fe has the 3rd largest State Museum system in the country featuring culture, history and traditions of this region and the world. With a backdrop of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the world-class Santa Fe Opera makes its home here and we want you to feel right at home here too!
If you love history, you will love Santa Fe's rich past is preserved in historic sites located throughout and near the city.
Explore ancient Native American ruins filled with petroglyphs or a living history museum devoted to Spanish Colonial life. Visit centuries-old adobe and European-style churches. Ride a historic working railroad or enjoy the unique architecture of downtown Santa Fe.
With such a layered history, Santa Fe draws visitors back over and over again to uncover its fascinating past and experience its unforgettable present.
Albuquerque about 30 minutes from The Hyatt, is a hidden travel gem. It’s under-the-radar, affordable, achingly beautiful, unspoiled and filled with soul.
Enjoy the mild, sunny climate enjoyed year-round in the state’s metropolitan center, boasting entertainment options, shopping, nightlife and more. From Route 66 history and ancient pueblo traditions, to cowboy culture and Southwestern heritage, this friendly city has something for everyone. Explore the fine art galleries in Old Town and the fun and funky stores in trendy Nob Hill. Discover one of the city’s many museums or spend an afternoon at the ABQ BioPark, which includes a zoo, aquarium, botanic garden and fishing lakes.