The Pueblo of Santa Ana has a variety of businesses that not only support the members of Santa Ana, but also surrounding areas.
Our Pueblo Partners
Step into the sacred lands of Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa for an experience like no other. Luxurious pueblo-style guestrooms feature traditional designs with natural materials, along with a Hyatt Grand Bed and deluxe modern amenities. Enjoy a fascinating combination of old and new at this Santa Ana Pueblo Hotel – including our soothing spa, nationally-ranked golf course, hot air balloon rides, horseback riding, and more. Discover for yourself all the delights of this award-winning luxury hotel.
Book a room online or call 505.867.1234.
The Pueblo of Santa Ana is a Native American tribe with reservation lands that include a strip of New Mexico's fertile Rio Grande valley. The members of Santa Ana, the Tamayame (the name of the people in our Keres language), have lived in our present location approximately sixteen miles north of Albuquerque, New Mexico, since at least the early 1500s. Since the early 1980s the Pueblo has actively pursued a strategy of developing tribal enterprises, seeing economic independence as crucial to maintaining and safeguarding our traditional concepts and values.
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At the Santa Ana Golf Club, you can play golf the way it was meant to be played. The New York Times calls Santa Ana "one of America's three best true links-style golf courses." The course is highly rated by both Golf Week and Golf Digest and is designed in the tradition of golf's first and finest links-style courses.
Come enjoy the ultimate round of golf on a 27-hole championship links-style golf course, featuring five sets of tees on every hole, play from 5,500 yards to 7,400 yards (depending on which tee you play from), a 22,000-square-foot Club House, eight lakes, a full-service Pro Shop, excellent practice facilities, hospitality quarters, a four-star restaurant, and a casual bar and grill.
Book a tee time online or call 505.867.9464.
Twin Warriors Golf Club is 18 scenic holes of high desert championship golf built in and around 20 ancient cultural sites. The course features beautiful grassy knolls and ridges dotted with Juniper and Pinon Pine trees, dry washes known as arroyos and a sacred butte known as Tuyuna or “Snakehead,” all framed by breathtaking views of the Sandia mountains.
Book a tee time online or call 505.771.6155.
Set in a historic 90-year-old adobe designed in traditional New Mexican fashion, the Prairie Star Restaurant and Wine Bar creates seasonal New American cuisine with the freshest ingredients available. Tucked away in a lush green golf course setting, intimate dinners are crafted with unique flavor combinations and artistic presentations.