Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort in New Mexico Debuts Cottonwood Pavilion in the Cottonwood Forest, Near the Rio Grande

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More Than 8,000 Square Feet of Indoor and Outdoor Albuquerque Event Space to Host Weddings, Company Meetings, Retreats and Social Events

The New Cottonwood Pavilion at Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa is ideal for Weddings, Company Meetings, Retreats and Social Events

The Cottonwood Pavilion is unlike any other event space in New Mexico and provides the most spectacular setting for a variety of events.

Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa has unveiled the Cottonwood Pavilion, located in the Cottonwood Forest off the shores of the Rio Grande. Offering more than 8,000 square feet of space in a distinct setting, this expansive new venue makes for creative and innovative weddings, company meetings, retreats and social events.

“We’re ecstatic that we can bring this new enhancement to the resort,” said Colleen Kareti, General Manager at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa. “The Cottonwood Pavilion is unlike any other event space in New Mexico and provides the most spectacular setting for a variety of events.”

Tucked away along the ancient trees of the Cottonwood Forest, the Cottonwood Pavilion provides a distinct setting for special events of up to 600 guests, including weddings, mitzvahs, anniversary celebrations, galas, holiday parties and more. In conjunction with the resort’s meeting space, the Cottonwood Pavilion is also an ideal location for corporate meetings and events.

Upon arrival, The Cottonwood Pavilion features a dramatic water feature. Floor-to-ceiling window walls open to bring the outdoors inside. The window walls also open and allow for guests to access the outdoor covered terrace as well as providing natural light throughout. The 29 foot ceiling showcases contemporary chandeliers suspended throughout the venue.

Located next to the pavilion is the Cottonwood Gazebo with views of the Rio Grande and is picture-perfect for hosting wedding ceremonies and concerts. The horse carriage turn-around allows for the bride to arrive in a most unique fashion for the ceremony or to depart after the ceremony with the groom. It also allows for guests to arrive by horse-drawn wagon for themed events and parties.
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About Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa

Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa is located on 500 acres on the Pueblo of Santa Ana, situated between Santa Fe and Albuquerque New Mexico and is adjacent to the Sandia Mountains along the Rio Grande. 350 luxurious pueblo-style guestrooms showcase traditional designs created with natural materials along with the modern comforts and pampering amenities. Fascinating combinations of old and new are found along with a unique cultural environment offering traditional pueblo bread baking demonstrations and tribal dance performances. Also featured is the 12,000 square foot Tamaya Ballroom; the 8,000 square foot Cottonwood Pavilion nestled along the Rio Grande; over 72,000 square feet of flexible meeting and function space; award winning Tamaya Mist Spa; 18-hole championship Twin Warriors Golf Club; The Stables at Tamaya; signature cuisine at Corn Maiden and Santa Ana Café, and the Tamaya Cultural Learning Center. For additional information about Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa or to make reservations, please visit

About Hyatt Regency

Hyatt Regency offers a full range of services and facilities tailored to serve the needs of meeting planners, business travelers and leisure guests. Properties range in size from 180 to over 2,000 rooms and are conveniently located in urban, suburban, airport, convention and resort destinations around the world. Hyatt Regency convention hotels feature spacious meeting and conference facilities designed to provide a productive environment allowing guests to convene and connect. Hyatt Regency hotels in resort locations cater to couples seeking a getaway, families enjoying a vacation together and corporate groups seeking a functional and relaxed atmosphere in which to conduct business and meetings.

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