Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa completes $2.5M renovation to public spaces

The Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa, a luxury resort located on the Santa Ana Pueblo in New Mexico, completed a $2.5-million renovation to its reception, living room and public spaces.

The renovation transformed the resort’s interior color palette from warm earth tones to brighter off-white and muted greys. The shift in the color palette eyed to brighten the welcome areas. The new windows in the living room have far less panes, letting in more sunlight and offering better views of the Sandia Mountains.

The living room was furnished with new furniture with a slightly more modern feel. While guests can still relax by the indoor fireplace, the living room patio now also has new outdoor seating.

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The resort’s reception area was also updated to create a modern check-in experience for guests. The property’s reception desk was replaced with three custom-built reception pods which are made of marble and wood with a pueblo-inspired design. The reception area now has a backdrop wall filled with traditional Native American artwork and artifacts including woven baskets and hand-carved wooden ladders.

The renovation included the addition of a “Make Space” social area which is located in the lobby. The area has new seating, tables, and desks, as well as power outlets and USB charging stations.

The updates to the resort’s public spaces complements the $5 million guestroom renovation completed in 2017. The newly-updated guestrooms were refreshed with new furniture including beds, lounges, and desk chairs, as well as new carpet, paint, light dimmers and artwork.

Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa will also renovate its meeting spaces and a Santa Ana Pueblo tribal artifact display, which are expected to be completed by the end of the year.

Herb Rackliff is the GM of Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa.

Photo credit: Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa

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