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10 expert recommendations
While many area hotels offer a subtle interpretation of Southwestern design (adobe walls, kiva fireplaces, local art), there’s nothing understated about the Inn at the Five Graces Full review →
When you can't take another cheeky Kokopelli motif, this utterly incongruous Scheherazadian fantasy is your haven.
This inn with 400-plus-year-old adobe buildings arranged around courtyards "is like Disneyland for all your senses." Full review →
There isn't another property in Santa Fe to compare to this sumptuous yet relaxed inn with an unmistakable East-meets-West feel. Full review →
A destination for a luxurious retreat within walking distance to many of the historic town’s best attractions, shops and restaurants. Full review →
Travelers seeking an exotic stay will like this place; it's of the same caliber as Inn of the Anasazi, but with more flair. Full review →Request one of the suites in the buildings on the north side of East de Vargas Street; they're more spacious and substantially built.
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. Full review →
Much more than an ordinary luxury getaway, this one-of-a-kind exquisite, exclusive gem offers an upscale gypsy-style escape. Full review →
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. Full review →
Staffers here are super-solicitous; if you have any questions about the property or things to do around town, just ask. Full review →
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