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You’d never know that this pueblo-luxe hotel was once the town penitentiary Full review →
Under the steadying corporate hand of Rosewood, which owns New York's Carlyle and Baja California's Las Ventanas, the Anasazi is Santa Fe's most refined and best-serviced hotel.
A quarter block from the Plaza and Palace of the Governors, "the location can’t be beat." Full review →
Unassuming from the outside, this first-rate boutique hotel steps from the Plaza is one of Santa Fe's finest, with superb architectural detail. Full review →
Located just off the historic Santa Fe Plaza, Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi was designed to resemble the traditional dwellings of the local tribes. Full review →
The designers of this fine luxury hotel have crafted a feeling of grandness in a very limited space. Full review →
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. Full review →
Drawing on the aesthetics of Navajo culture, this hotel near the Plaza stands out for its Native American accents, from the woven rugs to the artwork. Full review →
A refined take on traditional Santa Fe style, with a central location just steps from the historic Plaza. Full review →
Ancient blends seamlessly with ultramodern in this elegant, Navajo-themed property half a block off the Plaza. Full review →
With traditional beamed ceilings of peeled log and sculpted stairways, the inn's design is a rich blend of Southwestern cultures.
The luxurious Rosewood Inn, which underwent a major renovation in 2008, is one of Santa Fe’s most desirable hotels. Full review →
Celebs and other A-listers tend to choose this fashionable boutique hotel, which sits discreetly across the street from the Palace of the Governors. Full review →
4.5 Star Hotel rosewoodhotels.com