Hotels in Santa Fe

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Located on 450 acres in the Tesuque Valley, Bishop's Lodge Resort was originally built by the first Archbishop of Santa Fe Jean Baptiste Lamy in 1853 as... Read More

A few miles outside town, nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, this dude-ranch-style resort has horseback riding and beautiful... Read More

Located on a quiet residential street and a short walk from the Plaza, the Don Gaspar Inn consists of three houses with seven suites. The compound is... Read More

Opening in August, this rehabbed 182-room hotel, designed by John Gaw Meem, used to house St. Vincent’s Hospital. Two blocks off the plaza, the Drury... Read More

All 15 guestrooms in this 200-year-old former farmhouse are beautifully decorated with talavera tile, viga ceilings, and folk art. Some rooms even come... Read More

What began as a humble 12-room motor court in 1936 (back when Route 66 ran past it) has grown into a decidedly offbeat five-acre compound comprising 86... Read More

A throwback to the days when Route 66 was Santa Fe’s main thoroughfare, the whitewashed, retro El Rey sprouting bougainvillea everywhere, is a hotel... Read More

Across from the Georgia O'Keefe museum, and steps from the Plaza and Canyon Road, Eldorado Hotel carries the Pueblo Revival style through its cathedral... Read More

This is the kind of spot where couples may never leave their casita. The second-story, 600-square-foot Vista Suite has a kiva fireplace, a deep soaking... Read More

Southwest style gets a 21st-century spin at Four Season's 65-casita Encantado resort. There’s not a dream catcher or howling coyote in sight&mdash... Read More

Just 15 minutes north of town, this sprawling resort has gorgeous sunset views, an on-site concierge who can plan age-appropriate activities for kids,... Read More

Rolling into the New Mexican village of Galisteo, 22 miles southeast of Santa Fe, is like traveling back in time. Dwarfed by high desert plains, the... Read More

Anchoring the funky, hip Guadalupe District, this dapper 128-room (91 ... Read More

Just four miles outside of downtown, the Houses of the Moon has recreated a Japanese mountain retreat with 12 Zen-inspired suites and landscaping. Each... Read More

Taking its name from Santa Fe’s famous Loretto Chapel next door, the Inn and Spa at Loretto recently underwent a major renovation inspired by the... Read More

For families who want to divide and conquer, this downtown hotel has a spa for mom, an “Outdoor Adventure Curator” who will double as a guide for dad on... Read More

This happily over-the-top, 24-suite compound has a Thousand and One Nights aesthetic, so minimalists beware: the units here, which occupy vintage adobe... Read More

With its vibrant colors and textures, twinkling patio lights, and suites with names like “Scheherazade,” this intimate 24-suite hotel on the Barrio de... Read More

Set right in the heart of downtown, with a year-round outdoor heated pool, giant Southwestern “Mountain Sunrise Breakfasts,” and seven mini-suites (each... Read More

Just blocks from the Plaza and close to the Opera, the Inn of the Turquoise Bear is surrounded by an acre of terraces, gardens full of lilacs and roses,... Read More

It’s all about privacy and sense of place: 71 secluded adobe rooms and suites open onto a flower-filled courtyard. Cozy, pueblo-style hideaway... Read More

This quiet 72-room inn is the closest hotel to Canyon Road, which is to say that it’s just steps from more than 100 art galleries and fine-dining... Read More

Built in 1922, this landmark Santa Fe hotel has wood vigas (beams), kiva fireplaces, and polished tile floors. The rooftop Bell Tower Bar is the place... Read More

Located on six quiet acres just a few blocks from the Plaza, La Posada de Santa Fe Resort is a mix of styles, both old and new: the Victorian mansion ... Read More

Just a few steps away from the Plaza on historical Palace Avenue, La Posada sits on six acres, the highlight of which is a 132-year-old mansion that... Read More

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