- View all PhotosSanta Fe, NM0.3 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (705)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreUnlike other hotels in Santa Fe, New Mexico, The Inn of the Five Graces does not try to steep you in Southwestern culture. Rather, guests here are transported to the Eastern Hemisphere: The decor includes imported treasures from the Middle East and Asia, including tapestries and mosaic tiles. Previous visitors favorably described their rooms as cozy, exotic and bursting with color, praising the hotel's harmonious mélange of atmosphere and amenities (including complimentary Wi-Fi access). The same enticing combination can be found at the spa, where treatments are inspired by Tibetan and East Indian traditions. The hotel also excels in customer service; many travelers describe the staff as helpful and remark on the delicious breakfast waiting for them in the dining room, in the courtyard or even in their personal suites. Though breakfast is included in your room rate, you will have to pay for dinner at 315 Restaurant & Wine Bar (but guests insist that the French flavors are worth the relatively steep menu prices). And though you might feel worlds away at this Relais & Châteaux property, you're actually just a few blocks from the Plaza.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFi
- View all PhotosSanta Fe, NM7.8 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (990)Free ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreThis Four Seasons resort on the northern outskirts of Santa Fe has earned its five stars, according to recent guests. Nestled on 57 acres in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains overlooking the Rio Grande River Valley, the Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe offers visitors a secluded retreat. The hotel's 65 casita-style guest rooms are bedecked in neutral tones with warm, orange accents. Each room features a private terrace and fireplace, plus complimentary Wi-Fi access, iPod docking stations and 24-hour room service. If you can part with your privacy, join other hotel guests at the outdoor pool, opt for a massage at the Spa at Rancho Encantado or grab a bite to eat at the Terra restaurant. Guests offer nothing but praise for this property, citing everything from its warm, welcoming staff members to the picturesque views from the accommodations as reasons to return. However, beware your room will have a $45 (plus tax) daily resort charged tacked on to the already expensive rate.5.0-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
- View all PhotosSanta Fe, NM0.4 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (843)Free ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreLa Posada de Santa Fe charms visitors with its smiling staff members and relaxing ambiance. You'll find a mixture of Southwestern and Colonial-era Spanish art throughout the property, and guest rooms are bright and colorful with amenities like complimentary high-speed wireless internet access and flat-screen TVs. There are plenty of excuses to vacate your accommodations, though. The resort grounds feature a spa and a heated outdoor pool, plus all kinds of activities are offered here, from tequila tastings and s'mores by the fire. And should you develop a case of cabin fever, you're just steps from Santa Fe's top attractions, including the Plaza and the Palace of the Governors. Just make sure you're back in time for dinner: Previous guests described the Southwestern fare served at Julia, A Spirited Santa Fe Restaurant as excellent. What's more, because this hotel is part of the Marriott hotel family, Marriott Bonvoy members can earn and use points here.4.5-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
- View all PhotosSanta Fe, NM0.5 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (1895)Free ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreHotel Santa Fe isn't your typical high-end hotel. Though it's quite removed from the Plaza, this is the only Native American-owned property in the city, meaning that you'll have access to cultural experiences like storytelling, teepee dining and tribal dancing. However, recent guests weren't just sold on the entertainment. Travelers also commend the friendly staff and the tasty traditional cuisine served at Amaya restaurant. When it comes time to retreat to your digs, you'll find all accommodations are outfitted with beds with triple sheeting and down comforters, minibars and spacious desks. Hotel Santa Fe is also home to a spa that offers facials, massages, skin care treatments and more, plus a small pool and hot tub for visitors to enjoy.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
- View all PhotosSanta Fe, NM12.4 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (2587)Free ParkingRead MoreYou should have no problem spending several days at the Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder, located about 14 miles north of central Santa Fe, New Mexico. You can start your day off with breakfast at the Towa Clubhouse Grill or the in-house Starbucks before teeing off on one of three nine-hole golf courses. Then, spend the afternoon at the spa or by the pool before rounding out the evening with Southwestern cuisine at Red Sage and a date with Lady Luck at the full-fledged casino. Guests describe Buffalo Thunder's rooms as beautiful thanks to their neutral tones, wooden furnishings and Southwestern design elements. Rooms also come equipped with flat-screen TVs and high-speed internet access (for an additional fee). What's more, travelers were impressed with the staff members, who they said were friendly and helpful. The only downside, according to some guests, was that the smoky atmosphere in the casino carried into some of the accommodations. Because this resort is a member of the Hilton Hotels Group, Honors rewards club members can offset their nightly expenses by using points.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree Parking
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