More than 100 hostages were freed during that period, including four Americans.
The White House has worked since to strike another deal to pause the fighting, in an effort to get more hostages out.
The family members declined to say whether they had received an update on their relatives or detail specifics of the private meeting, but said that the administration had kept in constant contact with them since Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack on Israel.
“We know that they are working 24 hours a day, and they are going to work through the holidays,” said Liz Naftali, the great aunt of Abigail Edan, who was one of the Americans released during the pause in fighting. “And they are going to do everything they can to make sure that all of our loved ones — real people — come home to us and to the families across the world and in Israel.”