Where to Stay in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Find artistic inspiration at La Posada de Santa Fe, a former artists' colony
Find artistic inspiration at La Posada de Santa Fe, a former artists' colony | Courtesy of La Posada de Santa Fe, a Tribute Portfolio Resort and Spa / Expedia.com
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14 August 2021

Tap into Santa Fe’s thriving arts scene and soak up its distinctive Pueblo-style architecture at these must-stay hotels and characterful, converted haciendas in the New Mexico capital – bookable on Culture Trip.

Santa Fe is one of few places where you can experience the rich interplay of Native American, Spanish and frontier culture. For a small, easy-to-navigate city, New Mexico’s capital offers an overwhelming number of things to see and do – from taking in the art of Georgia O’Keeffe to riding the Rio Grande rapids, hiking and skiing. These hotels showcase the best of Santa Fe style, a timeless aesthetic inspired by the diverse landscapes and cultures of the Southwest.

The Sage Hotel

Independent Hotel
3.9/5 (1166 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $69 per night
The Sage effortlessly combines classic Santa Fe style (raw beams, beehive fireplaces, chili pepper strings) with modern boho chic (macramé wall hangings, potted succulents and minimalist furnishings). The result is an airy, restful retreat, just across the street from the trendy Railyard District and six blocks from the historic Plaza. Don’t feel like walking? The hotel offers a free shuttle service. You can also unwind at in-house Social Kitchen + Bar, which serves Southwestern comfort food like spinach and bacon quesadillas, and burgers topped with green chili and monterey jack cheese.
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The Inn of the Five Graces

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Step inside the traditional adobe facade and you’re immediately transported to a royal caravan along the old Silk Road. Every detail of this 25-room hotel has been lovingly decorated by owner-artist Sylvia Seret, using lush textures and patterns from Central and East Asia – kilim rugs, embroidered Uzbek curtains, antique Indian screens, and mosaics worthy of a Roman bath. Shimmering silks pull aside to reveal modern flat-screen TVs, and the rich fragrance of piñon pine emanates from the crackling fireplace – there’s one in every room – reminding you that this Land of Enchantment is deeply rooted in the American Southwest.
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The Hacienda and Spa at Hotel Santa Fe

Spa Hotel
4.7/5 (771 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $269 per night
This three-acre (1.2ha) luxury estate is an adjacent section of the Hotel Santa Fe, owned and operated by the Picuris Pueblo tribe. Feast your eyes on the museum-quality art adorning the rooms and grounds, from intricately painted red, white and black Pueblo pottery to original oil paintings by celebrated Native American artists. Bask in Santa Fe’s 283 days of sunshine beside the outdoor pool, surrounded by flowers, trees and sculptures. At the in-house spa, you can try a white-sage facial or Moccasin Dance foot therapy in addition to more conventional treatments.
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Hotel Santa Fe

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4.5/5 (942 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $149 per night
The original Hotel Santa Fe, next door to its more upscale sister, La Hacienda, also pays tribute to the owners’ Native American culture. Art is everywhere – hand-painted Hopi Kachina dolls peek from alcoves, bronze sculptures grace the courtyard, and every wall spotlights bright canvases. You can also purchase local arts and crafts at the hotel gift shop. Although fine paintings, ceramics and textiles are displayed in every room, you won’t feel like you’re sleeping in a museum, thanks to soft leather chairs, rustic pine furnishings and cozy Navajo blankets.
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  • Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi

    Boutique Hotel, Hotel
    4.7/5 (674 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $516 per night
    Welcome to luxury Pueblo life at the Inn of the Anasazi, steps from the historic Plaza. The Southwestern touches extend beyond studded leather headboards, kiva fireplaces and Navajo rugs. Get a taste of Santa Fe’s rich culinary tradition at the hotel restaurant, consistently ranked among the region’s best. Innovative fusion fare such as achiote-spiced chicken nachos, and cinnamon and chili-rubbed beef medallions integrate Native American, Mexican and European flavors to create a uniquely Southwestern culinary experience.
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    Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe

    Resort, Chain Hotel
    4.7/5 (220 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $843 per night
    Set on a former dude ranch in the sunlit foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado feels secluded, but is actually just 10 minutes from downtown galleries and restaurants. Plan the expedition of your dreams – traverse the red rocks of Abiquiú in the footsteps of artist Georgia O’Keeffe, or ride the rapids of the Rio Grande – with the help of the hotel’s Adventure Center. Or stay and enjoy the enchanting mountain views from your private patio or the hillside pool.
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    La Fonda on the Plaza

    Independent Hotel, Luxury
    4.7/5 (951 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $179 per night
    A stay at La Fonda on the Plaza means taking part in a tradition of hospitality that goes back 400 years, to when Santa Fe was a remote colonial outpost. Folk-art touches, such as punched-tin armoires and fancifully painted headboards, inject warmth and character into the historic mission-style decor. Sip margaritas and imbibe the sunset from the rooftop Bell Tower Bar, gazing out over unobstructed views of downtown.
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    These recommendations were updated on August 14, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh. This article is an updated version of a story created by Anna Laird Barto

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