Hyatt Regency Tamaya completes $3.3M renovation of meeting spaces

Hyatt Regency Tamaya completes $3.3M renovation of meeting spaces.
The renovation updated each of the resort’s 12 indoor meeting spaces, including the pre-function foyer, Tamaya Ballroom, breakout rooms and boardrooms. Photo credit: Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa

Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa, a luxury resort located on the Santa Ana Pueblo, N.M. completed of a $3.3 million renovation to its meeting spaces. The renovation concludes the resort’s multi-phase renovation project that saw changes made to the property’s guestrooms, lobby and public spaces.

The renovation updated each of the resort’s 12 indoor meeting spaces, including the pre-function foyer, Tamaya Ballroom, breakout rooms and boardrooms. Brand-new carpet has an abstract design with earth tones such as orange, deep red and purple, as well as turquoise accents. The changes also included new wall coverings and window treatments adding light grey drapery and a dark brown finish at the valance.

Additionally, the meeting spaces now include all-new glass and doors, LED light systems, and updated audio and visual equipment.

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The meeting space renovation complements the $5 million renovation to the resort’s guestrooms completed in 2017, and the $2.5 million renovation to the resort’s reception, living room, hallways and public spaces completed in 2018. 

Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa has 29,000 square-feet of indoor and 25,000 square-feet of outdoor meeting space. The property has venues including the Cottonwood Pavilion, situated among the cottonwood bosque; the Tamaya Ballroom, a 12,000 square-foot ballroom that partitions into eight separate rooms; the Puma and Wolf spaces, with floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views of the Sandia Mountains; the House of the Hummingbird, a 7,500 square-foot lawn surrounded by a replica of indigenous ruins; and the Sunrise Amphitheater.

Claudia Wattenberg is the GM of Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa.

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