Travel Magazine: Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa among the best in the world

Santa Ana Pueblo The Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa is no stranger to award winning resorts.

The luxury resort – on 550 acres of Santa Ana Pueblo between Albuquerque and Santa Fe – was named among the “15 Best Resort Hotels in the West” in Travel + Leisure 2022 World’s Best Awards.

The awards honor the best of the best in the travel industry, from cities and hotels to cruise lines and airports, according to a press release announcing the award.

“We are honored to be recognized as one of the best in the industry by such an authoritative travel resource as Travel + Leisuresaid Claudia Wattenberg, general manager of Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa.

“Because the World’s Best awards are given by real travelers and their experiences, this recognition is a testament to the incredible travel experience available at our beautiful New Mexico resort and the level of service our dedicated team strives to provide to our guests on a daily basis.”

Travel + Leisure The World’s Best Awards are based on a survey of hundreds of thousands of travelers. The survey includes many categories such as hotels, islands, outfitters, national parks, airlines, tour operators, destinations and more.

For a full list of the “Top 15 Resort Hotels in the West” visit: .

More information on the survey methodology can be found at:

The resort is home to the Tamaya stables, where travelers can go horseback riding to explore the banks of the Rio Grande, the Bosque poplar forest, and cultural sites including ancient petroglyphs. The Tamaya Stables also offer volunteer opportunities through the Tamaya Horse Rehabilitation Program, a non-profit organization created to provide shelter and care for unwanted and neglected horses in New Mexico.

The resort offers several educational and cultural activities that showcase its excellent location in Santa Ana Pueblo.

Guests can learn more about Pueblo culture and history through several tribal-led activities, including Storytelling Under the Stars, traditional huruna bread baking, jewelry making classes, and more. Guests can visit the Tamaya Cultural Learning Center, which features a complete retrospective of the history of the Santa Ana Pueblo tribe, or view the many Native American artifacts and art displayed throughout the resort.

In addition, guests can play championship golf at the resort’s 18-hole Twin Warriors Golf Club, walk five miles of hiking trails through Bosque, relax with local treatments at Tamaya Mist Spa & Salon, and indulge in delicious meals, inspired by New Mexico. cuisine in their own restaurants.

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