Hyatt Regency Tamaya Provides Ski Resort Transportation and Holiday Activities

Ski down snowy mountainThe Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa, located between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, is providing travelers with transportation to Ski Santa Fe, featuring sledding hills, snow shoeing areas, holiday activities and more.

"From transportation to one of the state's leading ski resorts to activities including gingerbread house making, chestnut roasting, and even horse-drawn carriage rides to enjoy the winter scenery, the Hyatt Regency Tamaya's winter experience will provide a unique getaway for the entire family," said Jena Marquez, public relations and marketing manager at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa.  "New Mexico is a gem for winter travel as it provides perfect winter weather, beautiful ski resorts, and exciting seasonal family activities.  Being the state's most awarded resort, we are excited to provide our guests with an unforgettable winter vacation."

Guests can receive a massage at the Tamaya Mist Spa & Salon or drink hot tea or cocktails in the resort's living room. The resort also has 350 guestrooms containing a Hyatt Grand Bed, an iHome stereo with iPod docking station, in-room refrigerator, and deluxe bath with Portico products.

Guests can dine at The Corn Maiden, Santa Ana Cafe, Rio Grande Lounge, or Atush Bar & Grill at Twin Warriors. The resort will also provide several seasonal activities including gingerbread house and ornament making classes, chestnut roasting, photos with Santa, horse-drawn carriage rides through the winter scenery, a display of the resort's signature gingerbread village, and more.

For reservations or more information on the Hyatt Regency Tamaya, visit

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