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Yes, it's big and bustling but this classic pueblo-style landmark (it opened in 1922) is a perfect place to rest your weary head. Designed by the visionary female architect Mary... Full review →For the full Santa Fe experience, request a room with a cozy fireplace or balcony.
Artworks are everywhere: the guest-room headboards, the blanket boxes, and even the light switches have been painted by the hotel's resident artist.
Some suites have fireplaces; the rooftop suites are the most luxurious and include Continental breakfast and private concierge services. Full review →
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. Full review →
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. Full review →
Newly renovated New Mexico–style digs with a bell tower bar, an award-winning restaurant and 92 years of history. Full review →
Staff artist Ernest Martinez has been painting thousands of windows and other fixtures since 1954, giving La Fonda its unique folk-art character. Full review →
Amenities include a year-round outdoor pool, full-service spa, boutique shops, and fine-dining restaurant... all of the top local attractions are within walking distance Full review →
Built in 1920 to replace the century-old original, it features hand-painted murals and stained glass throughout, and plenty of nooks and crannies where you sit and soak up the atmosphere.
The rooftop Bell Tower Bar is the place for sunset cocktails with a view of the Jemez Mountains. Full review →
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