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Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi

The Plaza 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

You’d never know that this pueblo-luxe hotel was once the town penitentiary. — Afar Magazine

Located just off the historic Santa Fe Plaza, Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi was designed to resemble the traditional dwellings of the local tribes. — Forbes Travel Guide

Unassuming from the outside, this first-rate boutique hotel steps from the Plaza is one of Santa Fe's finest, with superb architectural detail. — Fodor's

Draws the beauty of the desert indoors, with cactus in large pots and décor that represents the state's Native American, Hispanic and Anglo roots. — Gayot

With traditional beamed ceilings of peeled log and sculpted stairways, the inn's design is a rich blend of Southwestern cultures. — Michelin Guide

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Inn of the Five Graces

Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A destination for a luxurious retreat within walking distance to many of the historic town’s best attractions, shops and restaurants. — Forbes Travel Guide

This inn with 400-plus-year-old adobe buildings arranged around courtyards "is like Disneyland for all your senses." — Condé Nast Traveler

Much more than an ordinary luxury getaway, this one-of-a-kind exquisite, exclusive gem offers an upscale gypsy-style escape. — Lonely Planet

At this rambling collection of vintage Spanish Colonial-style buildings on Santa Fe's oldest street... the rooms mix the Southwestern vibe that's typical in Santa Fe with Asian sensibilities. — Gayot

One of America's most extraordinary small luxury inns... guests enjoy a free cooked-to-order breakfast in the morning and free snacks and drinks in the afternoon. — Oyster

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La Fonda on the Plaza

The Plaza 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Santa Fe’s La Fonda on the Plaza is perfectly located for strolling the City Different’s charming shop-surrounded square, and the hotel itself is a historic landmark — Forbes Travel Guide

Newly renovated New Mexico–style digs with a bell tower bar, an award-winning restaurant and 92 years of history. — Jetsetter

Some suites have fireplaces; the rooftop suites are the most luxurious and include Continental breakfast and private concierge services. — Fodor's

Dates to 1922 but looks even older, with its stately Pueblo Revival architecture and snazzy tiled lobby decked with fine antiques and art... Rooms continue the theme with handcrafted wooden furniture. — Gayot

Whether you stay in this hotel or not, it's worth strolling through just to get a sense of how Santa Fe once was -- and in some ways still is. — Frommer's

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Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe

North Side 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This property ten miles from Santa Fe’s historic plaza offers "serenity after a day in town." — Condé Nast Traveler

There’s not a dream catcher or howling coyote in sight—instead, interiors soothe with earthy palettes and abstract works by local painters. — Travel + Leisure

Four Seasons assumed control of this stunning property... bringing the brand's famously flawless sense of gracious hospitality and efficiency to an already ultra-plush resort. — Fodor's

The 5-pearl, 65-room Rancho Encantado sits in a secluded spot a few miles north of Santa Fe with great views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. — Oyster

Combining the service of the Four Seasons...with a Santa Fe vibe—albeit a contemporary take on Southwestern style—this hotel manages to feel luxurious without sacrificing authenticity. — Afar Magazine

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El Rey Inn

South Side 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With a gracious lobby in a white adobe-style building, the El Rey is a mini oasis in Santa Fe. — DK Eyewitness

Staying at "The King" makes you feel like you're traveling the old Rte. 66 through the Southwest. — Frommer's

A highly recommended classic courtyard hotel, with super rooms, a great pool and hot tub, and even a kids' playground scattered around 5 acres of greenery. — Lonely Planet

The kind of place where Lucy and Ricky might have stayed during one of their cross-country adventures, the El Rey was built in 1936 but has been brought gracefully into the 21st century. — Fodor's

A decidedly offbeat five-acre compound comprising 86 rooms in every imaginable configuration and style. — Travel + Leisure

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Inn on the Alameda

East Side and Canyon Road 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Just across the street from the bosque-shaded Santa Fe River sits the Inn on the Alameda, a cozy stop for those who like the services of a hotel with the intimacy of an inn. — Frommer's

This casual colloquial hotel fills the gap between the full-service La Fonda and the compact bed-and-breakfasts, and is quite popular despite not having a pool, full-service restaurant or spa. — Star Service

Handmade furniture, kiva fireplaces, luxe linens, elegant breakfasts and afternoon wine-and-cheese receptions bring B&B-style elegance to a pleasantly efficient hotel. — Lonely Planet

One of Santa Fe's best small hotels, the 71-room Inn on theAlameda is an upper-middle-range inn in the typical Southwestern style. — Oyster

Alameda means "tree-lined lane," and this one perfectly complements the inn's location by the gurgling Santa Fe River. — Fodor's

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Inn and Spa at Loretto

The Plaza 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A historic chapel adjoins the hotel, the location by the Plaza can't be beat, and the decor is classic southwestern. — Oyster

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 area’s Native American spirit. — Travel + Leisure

An inn with authentic Southwestern architecture and a luxurious full-service spa. — Jetsetter

This plush, oft-photographed, pueblo-inspired property attracts a loyal clientele, many of whom swear by the friendly staff and high decorating standards. — Fodor's

With a multi-million-dollar renovation in 2008, this has become a comfortable and elegant place to stay. — Frommer's

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La Posada de Santa Fe, a Tribute Portfolio Resort & Spa

East Side and Canyon Road 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If you're in the mood to stay in a little New Mexico adobe village, you'll enjoy this luxury hotel just 3 blocks from the plaza. — Frommer's

Art-filled adobe property with New Mexican cuisine and locally inspired spa treatments in the heart of Santa Fe. — Jetsetter

It is a traditional counterpart to Rosewood's Inn at Anasazi, a more intimate, deluxe version of the equally lovely Inn and Spa at Loretto. — Star Service

Your every need is catered to on this beautiful, shady, 6-acre property a few blocks from the Plaza. Elegantly furnished adobe casitas are outfitted with gas fireplaces. — Lonely Planet

This 157-room resort, two blocks off the Plaza, wants to be considered the best place to stay in Santa Fe—and in many regards, it succeeds. — Concierge

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Inn of the Governors

The Plaza 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

You can't beat the location, just blocks from the Plaza. Rooms are elegantly decorated with kiva fireplaces, warm-hued bedspreads and Southwestern-style doors and windows. — Lonely Planet

This rambling, reasonably priced hotel by the Santa Fe River is staffed by a polite, enthusiastic bunch. — Fodor's

Rooms in this inn tucked 2 blocks from the plaza have the feel of a Southwestern home but come with the service and amenities of a fine hotel. — Frommer's

Major renovations... have transformed an already pleasant old-fashioned downtown property into an upscale but still reasonably priced winner. — Gayot

The value here is in the moderate rates and bundled perks, and in the casual but efficient service. — Star Service

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Eldorado Hotel & Spa

The Plaza 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The business-friendly four-pearl Eldorado offers the convenience of being just two blocks from the Plaza. — Oyster

The spacious, quiet rooms received a makeover in 2006, maintaining an artistic motif, with a warm feel created by custom-made furniture in all and kiva fireplaces in many. — Frommer's

The Eldorado sometimes gets a bad rap, but it's actually quite inviting, with individually decorated rooms and stunning mountain views. — Fodor's

The Eldorado represents the best of the large, full-service hotels in and around the plaza, a well-equipped convention hotel that provides resortlike amenities in the middle of the action. — Star Service

Santa Fe mainstay in a landmark Pueblo Revival building, with a restaurant, spa and mountain views. — Jetsetter

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Santa Fe Motel and Inn

Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's the aesthetic and technological attention to detail that make this downtown-adjacent motel a great pick. — Lonely Planet

This is the kind of mom and pop place where the clientele come back to Santa Fe every year simply because they can, with this motel’s reasonable price. — Travel + Leisure

To call this delightfully stylish yet inexpensive little adobe complex a "motel" barely does it justice; even its most conventional rooms are appealingly furnished. — Rough Guide

The spacious accommodations include rooms with kitchenettes along with more traditional casitas... a free hot breakfast is served in a semi-enclosed outdoor courtyard. — Oyster

If you like walking to the plaza and restaurants but don't want to pay big bucks, this little compound is a good choice. — Frommer's

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Bishop's Lodge Resort & Spa

North Side 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS UNTIL EARLY SUMMER 2018. — Gayot

As well as the tranquillity and peace of an Old World resort, this place offers excellent service. — Frommer's

Rooms are Southwestern all the way, with the compulsory ocher-olive-terra-cotta palette, adobe walls, exposed beams, and kiva fires. — Concierge

A beautiful, scenic property that's within a 10-minute drive of historic Santa Fe... consists of a cluster of 15 adobe lodges and a main house. — Oyster

Its setting in a bucolic valley at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains makes it feel worlds apart. — Fodor's

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Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe

The Plaza 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Prime Santa Fe location with a cool, lowrider-theme bar and hispanic devotional art. — Jetsetter

Hotel Chimayó, just one block from Santa Fe’s historic plaza, draws its inspiration from the tiny 17th-century New Mexican town of Chimayó, located 30 minutes north of hotel. — Travel + Leisure

This New Orleans-meets-Santa Fe Territorial-style hotel built in 1990 provides comfortable rooms near the plaza. — Frommer's

The 56 guest rooms at this pet-friendly property pay tribute to the spirit of Chimayó, a community in northern New Mexico with Spanish colonial heritage. — Gayot

This attractive, Territorial-style adobe hotel with a mix of spacious standard rooms and even bigger suites is a terrific option. — Fodor's

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Hotel St. Francis

The Plaza 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Historic but smartly updated Old World hotel in the heart of Santa Fe’s artsy, ancient Plaza district. — Jetsetter

If you long for the rich fabrics, fine antiques, and slow pace of a European hotel, this is your place. — Frommer's

The 81-room upscale boutique, housed in a historic building two blocks the Santa Fe Plaza... features simple, mission-style decor inspired by the principles of St. Francis of Assisi. — Oyster

All in all, it's retained its historic ambience, blending luxurious touches with a nicely underplayed Spanish missionary theme. — Lonely Planet

If you're seeking a good value while still wanting historic character and convenience to downtown Santa Fe... this 1923 three-story hotel is a perfect choice. — Gayot

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Hotel Santa Fe, The Hacienda and Spa

Railyard District 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The only Native American-owned hotel in Santa Fe is characterized by Puebloan artwork and a traditional terrace design. — Michelin Guide

Part of the Hotel Santa Fe, the luxury Hacienda section operates as a hotel-within-a-hotel, and features the same attractive pueblo-style architecture but it is much posher — Star Service

This low-rise, Pueblo-inspired property on the edge of the funky Guadalupe District offers two distinct lodging experiences. — Gayot

The four-pearl Hacienda at Hotel Santa Fe delivers a private, gorgeous retreat on four gorgeous acres -- just six blocks from the Plaza. — Oyster

A thoroughly rejuvenating space, the Hotel Santa Fe is not only Santa Fe's only Native American–owned hotel, but also one of the city's best deals. — Lonely Planet

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El Paradero Bed and Breakfast Inn

Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

About a 10-minute walk from the plaza, El Paradero ("the stopping place") provides reliable, unpretentious accommodations and good service. — Frommer's

Just a few blocks from the Plaza, this 200-year-old adobe B&B is one of Santa Fe's oldest inns. — Lonely Planet

The 200-year-old El Paradero Bed andBreakfast Inn offers a setting that’s historic and charming, appealing tocouples looking for a Southwestern romantic retreat. — Oyster

All 15 guestrooms in this 200-year-old former farmhouse are beautifully decorated with talavera tile, viga ceilings, and folk art. — Travel + Leisure

The rooms, especially those that open onto the central courtyard, are relatively plain and simple and furnished with folk art. — Rough Guide

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Silver Saddle Motel

South Side 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This low-slung adobe property significantly transcends the generally sketchy quality of the several other budget motels along Cerrillos Road, thanks to the tireless efforts of its owner. — Fodor's

An economy roadside vacation with Southwestern touches, cowboy decor, free Wi-Fi and on-site parking... free continental breakfast, and an outdoor dining patio. — Oyster

Some rooms here have attractively tiled kitchenettes, and all have shady wooden arcades outside... this is the best budget value in town. — Lonely Planet

Busy, down-to-earth Western-themed motel, well out from downtown, in the finest Route 66 tradition. — Rough Guide

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Hotel Santa Fe, The Hacienda and Spa

Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This low-rise, Pueblo-inspired property on the edge of the funky Guadalupe District offers two distinct lodging experiences. — Gayot

The upper-middle-range Hotel Santa Fe and Spa offers 128 Southwestern-themed rooms and suites within walking distance of the Plaza. — Oyster

Anchoring the funky, hip Guadalupe District, this dapper 128-room (91 of which are suites) Pueblo-style hotel is just a pleasant 10-minute stroll west of the Plaza of the Governors. — Travel + Leisure

Run by Picuris Pueblo, this attractive, elegant and very comfortable adobe hotel on the edge of downtown is within walking distance of the plaza. — Rough Guide

This three-storey downtown adobe offers one of the best deals on resort-style accommodation; it also has a handful of luxe suites. — Lonely Planet

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from $149

Ten Thousand Waves - Houses of the Moon

North Side 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Ten Thousand Waves is atypical of upscale Santa Fe accommodations... nestled on a hillside four miles east of downtown, and known foremost as a spa rather than a hotel. — Gayot

Devotees appreciate the authentic onsen (Japanese-style baths) atmosphere of this 20-acre Japanese-inspired spa and boutique inn a few miles northeast of town. — Fodor's

Your stay in Santa Fe is not complete until you've visited the serene Ten Thousand Waves, nestled in the high hills among piñons and junipers. — Afar Magazine

We’re soaking up some serious ryokan vibes from this spa-centric sanctuary, headquartered just four miles outside Santa Fe. — Condé Nast Traveler

This Japanese spa 4 miles from the Plaza features 13 gorgeous, Zen-inspired freestanding guest houses. — Lonely Planet

Old Santa Fe Inn

Railyard District 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Want to stay downtown and savor Santa Fe-style ambience without wearing out your plastic? This is your hotel. — Frommer's

The Old Santa Fe Inn is a mid-range property with an upscale feel, thanks to perks such as a free breakfast burrito bar, afternoon cookies, and Starbucks coffee. — Oyster

This contemporary motor-court-style inn looks like an attractive, if fairly ordinary, adobe motel, but it has stunning and spotless rooms with elegant Southwestern furnishings. — Fodor's

Just a few blocks from the plaza, rates vary wildly depending on season and occupancy. Rooms are a bit tight, but nicely decorated. — Lonely Planet

Opened in 2001 after a full restoration, this stylish, upscale, modern property is designed in the style of an old-time Southwestern motor court, with the rooms set around a parking area. — Gayot

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