Cozy Holiday Apartments in Santa Fe, New Mexico, You’ll Want to Call Home
Enjoy Santa Fe's red rock landscape from your own private patio at WorldMark Apartments. | Courtesy of WorldMark Santa Fe / Expedia
Teeming with museums, galleries and lively plazas, there’s so much to explore in Santa Fe, New Mexico. To make the most of this destination, you’ll need the perfect pad with self-catering facilities to really feel at home. From cool condos with outdoor terraces and unobstructed city views, to pet-friendly suites with pool- and gym access, here’s Culture Trip’s selection of the coziest holiday apartments in Santa Fe.
Fort Marcy Hotel Suites by All Seasons Resort Lodging
4.4/5 (2069 Reviews)
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There are one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums at this collection of properties scattered through 9 acres (3.5ha) of manicured grounds on the hills above Santa Fe Plaza. Each has a private entrance, well-equipped kitchen and a kiva fireplace for cozy evenings. Communal facilities include an indoor heated pool, hot tub and laundry services. The hotel also offers a free shuttle to local spots.
Villas De Santa Fe by Diamond Resorts
4.6/5 (954 Reviews)
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Expect earthy tones, brightly colored woven fabrics and terracotta flooring at these villas, styled with traditional southwestern decor. Choose from one- or two-bedroom units, each with kitchens fitted with refrigerators, microwaves, dishwashers and two-burner stove tops. Some of the villas here also feature balconies or patios for outdoor dining. Communal facilities include an outdoor heated pool and hot tubs, a barbecue area, gym and games room.
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Santa Fe
Apartment, Hotel, Chain Hotel
4.4/5 (380 Reviews)
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With comfy rooms, free breakfast and a gleaming indoor pool and jacuzzi, you won’t want to leave this hotel, conveniently located near Santa Fe Plaza. Accommodation ranges from king- and queen-sized rooms to suites with additional sofa beds. The complimentary grab-and-go breakfast is the perfect set-up for a day of exploring downtown, the Old Santa Fe Trail and Loretto Chapel, all of which are around a 15-minute drive away.
Homewood Suites by Hilton Santa Fe-North
Apartment, Hotel, Chain Hotel
4.6/5 (811 Reviews)
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Find an outdoor pool, fitness center and complimentary breakfast at this collection of pet-friendly, self-catering properties. Rooms are spotless and smart, with simple wood furnishings, crisp white linen and ensuite bathrooms. Cook up a storm in your kitchen, or head to the on-site restaurant. You’re also within walking distance of both the 27-hole Towa Golf Course and the casino slots of Buffalo Thunder Resort.
WorldMark Santa Fe
4.4/5 (56 Reviews)
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Inspired by the red-rock landscape around it, this pueblo-style resort offers spacious, individually designed studios and one-bedroom suites. Some apartments on offer here have private terraces, others have fireplaces and all have kitchens – guests should make the most of the on-site grocery service to keep things easy. You’ll be well placed to enjoy the outdoor activities in the area, from hiking and fishing in the summer, to skiing and snowboarding in the winter.
Eastside Enchantment – two-bedroom condo
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If you enjoy outdoor living, look no further than this two-bedroom condo where all rooms open onto either patios or balconies with barbecues and views across Santa Fe. As well as a kitchenette, the accommodation has fireplaces, separate living areas and laundry facilities, plus free wifi throughout. The apartments are surrounded by great restaurants, galleries and parks, and the airport is less than a 30-minute drive away.
Camino San Acacio – studio home
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There’s a rustic-chic feel to this one-bedroom studio, just east of Central Santa Fe. It features plenty of wood beams, Aztec-print throws and distressed wooden furniture. The kitchen is full of character – decorated in a country green, with windows towards the garden and pans hanging overhead. Soothe your muscles in the outdoor sauna, or fire up the barbecue for dinner al fresco.
Adobe Abode – casita
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With rustic wood beams, original artwork and a wood-burning stove, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom casita is cute and homely. It also has all your home comforts, from the renovated kitchen to the laundry facilities and outdoor grill. The spacious dining table seats up to eight, and there’s off-street parking and a patio for outdoor meals. You’re well located, too – Adobe Abode is just a short walk to the shops and restaurants of the bustling Plaza.
These recommendations were updated on February 16, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.