BERNALILLO, N.M. -- Hyatt Hotels Corp. plans to unveil its first
golf resort in New Mexico in early 2001.
The company will manage the $80 million Hyatt Regency Tamaya,
under construction on tribal land of the Santa Ana Pueblo, roughly
20 minutes from Albuquerque and 40 minutes from Santa Fe.
The upscale project, which includes a 350-room destination
resort, a golf course and a spa, is owned by the Santa Ana
The property is designed to reflect a Southwestern pueblo style
and incorporate characteristics of the Santa Ana Pueblo. To that
end, a tribal museum focusing on the history of the Santa Ana
Pueblo will be featured, and artwork and artifacts of the pueblo
will be on display throughout the property.
Native American-themed activities also will be offered through
Camp Hyatt, the resort's supervised children's program for kids
ages 3 to 12.
Guest units at the resort will contain various amenities,
including hair dryers; coffeemakers; two-line phones and data
ports, and refrigerators.
In addition to standard recreational facilities such as a
swimming pool, the resort will feature an 18-hole golf course, and
guests also will have access to an additional 27 holes that are
operated by the Santa Ana Pueblo.
Hyatt Regency Tamaya's 10,000-square-foot spa will feature a
comprehensive lineup of treatments as well as exercise equipment
The property will offer two restaurants, a poolside snack bar, a
golf clubhouse and a bar. The resort will have 30,000 square feet
of meeting space as well as prefunction space.
Hyatt Regency Tamaya will sit next to the Rio Grande and be
surrounded by mountains. Also located in the Santa Ana Pueblo land
is the Santa Ana Star Casino, which recently was doubled in size
and now features a Las Vegas-style theater and entertainment
In New Mexico, Hyatt's lineup also includes a 395-room hotel in
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