(Spanish for Inn or Resting Place)
adobe casitas were built around the existing Staab Mansion and
carriage house, creating the La Posada Hotel. It was renovated in
the 1990's and is an exquisite Resort and Spa.
National Geographic, listed in Travel & Leisure's Top 500 hotels
of the world, and selected by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler for
the 2004 Gold List Reserve Award. There's a
good reason why La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa was featured
in Architectural Digest.
say La Posada is haunted. It was included in a special feature on TV
about Santa Fe's haunted historic district.
FONDA ON THE PLAZA
Built in 1922, La Fonda
has changed and evolved many times, but it continues to be the true
heart of Santa Fe for visitors and locals alike. It is located right
on the Plaza.
In 1947 my mother was hired as an elevator
operator at La Fonda Hotel, requiring her to wear a very colorful
mexican style uniform. Vivian Vance resided at La Fonda for many
another hotel that locals
and many visitors claims is haunted and has also been
in a special features on TV about Santa Fe's
haunted historic district.
This Quintessential Santa Fe Hotel Is Located
One Block Away From The Historic Plaza In The Heart Of Downtown. The
Inn at Loretto was built on the site of a former Catholic academy
established by the Sisters of Loretto in 1853. The Loretto Chapel is
on the property and home of the world famous "Miraculous Spiral
PERSONAL NOTE: My mother was a boarding student at Loretto
Academy and was often encouraged by other Loretto Academy boarding
students to sneak out to buy candy at the Plaza's corner drugstore
across the street from La Fonda Hotel. Being of small physic she
could easily get through spaces in the wall but more often than not
she was caught by the nuns upon her return, arms and pockets loaded
with goodies, and as punishment had to hand polish the famous
Loretto Chapel's Miraculous Spiral Staircase with cotton balls!
LODGE RESORT & Spa
its own private valley in the vibrant foothills of the Sangre de
Cristo mountains, 7,300 feet above sea level, The Bishop's Lodge is
a fantastic location to enjoy clear sun filled days and crisp cool
star filled nights. It is a Santa Fe hideaway ranked by Travel &
Leisure as one of America's best retreats.
of 1851, a Frenchman, Jean Baptiste Lamy, arrived in the New Mexico
Territory as the first Bishop of Santa Fe. He discovered a fertile
valley planted with fruit trees by sixteenth century Franciscan
fathers and built a private retreat (now Bishops Lodge); his chapel
still stands today and is on the national register of historic
is also a popular wedding venue.
The land was acquired after Lamy's death by the
Pulitzer publishing family as a private vacation retreat. In 1917,
the Thorpe family from Denver fell in love with these pristine
acres, bought the property and developed the first resort in the
OF THE FIVE GRACES
Opened in 1996 this property creates a truly
magical and fanciful atmosphere. The Orient and the Old West have
much to say to each other and this inn features twenty-two guest
suites, odd and mysterious and deeply luxurious. The quality and
uniqueness of the property make it truly
extraordinary. Featured in
Located just off the
historic Plaza, the Eldorado Hotel eloquently captures the beauty,
heritage and spirit of Santa Fe. Decorated in the distinguished
"Santa Fe Style", many of the rooms feature kiva fireplaces and
terraces or balconies. The Spanish words el dorado literally mean
"the golden one". An excellent meeting and convention facility.
This hotel is located one block
from the "Lensic Theater" which was a stage theater when my mother
was a little girl, a movie theater when I was a little girl, and is
once again a stage theater.
OF THE GOVERNORS
is in the heart of romantic Santa Fe. It is a full service hotel
within easy walking distance of museums, shops, galleries, and
restaurants. Four types of guest rooms satisfy all preferences.
Located right next to the Historic Santa Fe Plaza provides you the
opportunity to easily explore the culture, history, art, and fine
cuisine that Santa Fe has to offer. The Inn Of The Governors is sure
|HOTEL PLAZA REAL
The Hotel Plaza Real is a picturesque boutique hotel offering deluxe guest rooms Located one block from The Historic Plaza provides easy accessibility to many of Santa Fe's finest attractions and world-class skiing at the 12,000 foot Sangre de Cristo Mountains, home of the Santa Fe Ski Basin, is only 15 miles from the Hotel. The Hotel, a melting pot of Native American, Mexican, Spanish and Western influences, exudes a distinct atmosphere of charm and elegance.
El REY INN
El Rey Inn has offered fine Santa Fe lodging for 70 years! Built in 1936 in traditional northern New Mexico adobe style, El Rey Inn was then referred to as a motor court. The inn is located on what was originally Route 66. Locally owned and managed by the Terrell White family since 1973, El Rey remains Santa Fe's garden spot. A Santa Fe local's recommended place for a quaint, comfortable-cozy, non-snobby, hide-away just a few minutes drive from the plaza.
|INN OF THE ANASAZI
Santa Fe is a magical city and this is a magical inn. Anasazi offers accommodations as beautiful and unusual as its setting.
Fifty nine guest rooms are designed as an artful blend of southwestern culture and luxurious amenities. Multiple award winner including Conde Nast, Travel & Leisure and the Mobile Four Star Award.