Ten Thousand Waves Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Feeling relaxed in the creative city of Santa Fe just became that much easier thanks to these luxe hotel spas: A relaxing, peaceful atmosphere envelopes Ten Thousand Waves, as it is situated in a secluded mountainside forest outside of Santa Fe. Nature is always close at hand, with towering trees surrounding the Japanese-style "onsen" spa and 12 guest rooms. This isn't your typical spa hotel with a quiet, solemn atmosphere -- it’s more fun. Children are welcome and pets are even allowed in some guest rooms. The property serves as both a day spa and destination spa, with a variety of communal and private soaking tubs available. Kimonos, lockers, and showers are provided, as well as use of a relaxation room and a foot bath for guests who are waiting for a massage or treatment from one of the many professional therapists on hand.

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 Feeling relaxed in the creative city of Santa Fe just became that much easier thanks to these luxe hotel spas: A relaxing, peaceful atmosphere envelopes Ten Thousand Waves, as it is situated in a secluded mountainside forest outside of Santa Fe. Nature is always close at hand, with towering trees surrounding the Japanese-style "onsen" spa and 12 guest rooms. This isn't your typical spa hotel with a quiet, solemn atmosphere -- it’s more fun. Children are welcome and pets are even allowed in some guest rooms. The property serves as both a day spa and destination spa, with a variety of communal and private soaking tubs available. Kimonos, lockers, and showers are provided, as well as use of a relaxation room and a foot bath for guests who are waiting for a massage or treatment from one of the many professional therapists on hand.
Feeling relaxed in the creative city of Santa Fe just became that much easier thanks to these luxe hotel spas: A relaxing, peaceful atmosphere envelopes Ten Thousand Waves, as it is situated in a secluded mountainside forest outside of Santa Fe. Nature is always close at hand, with towering trees surrounding the Japanese-style "onsen" spa and 12 guest rooms. This isn't your typical spa hotel with a quiet, solemn atmosphere -- it’s more fun. Children are welcome and pets are even allowed in some guest rooms. The property serves as both a day spa and destination spa, with a variety of communal and private soaking tubs available. Kimonos, lockers, and showers are provided, as well as use of a relaxation room and a foot bath for guests who are waiting for a massage or treatment from one of the many professional therapists on hand. The upper-middle-range Hotel Santa Fe and Spa offers 128 Southwestern-themed rooms and suites within walking distance of the Plaza. Along with its sister property, the Hacienda (located next door, with which it shares a spa), the Hotel Santa Fe is the only hotel in town owned by Native Americans, and the Native theme is handsomely on display throughout -- you can even arrange a private teepee dinner through the hotel restaurant, Amaya. The luxurious spa features a wonderful rooftop whirlpool and gorgeous treatment areas. The four-pearl Hacienda at Hotel Santa Fe delivers a private, gorgeous retreat on four gorgeous acres -- just six blocks from the Plaza. The Hacienda is the more upscale section of the Hotel Santa Fe, the only hotel in town owned by Native Americans, and the extensive display of Native art gives the public areas a gallery feel. The luxurious spa on-site is shared with its sister property, and features lovely treatment rooms and wonderful relaxation spaces. The 5-pearl, 65-room Rancho Encantado sits in a secluded spot a few miles north of Santa Fe with great views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The spa that emphasizes healing in its design; facilities includes saunas, outdoor whirlpool tubs, a serene warming room, and a circular main building design that mimics a kiva, the spiritual chamber used by Pueblo Indian societies. The Buffalo Thunder is a sprawling, upscale Hilton resort 14 miles north of Santa Fe on the Pojoaque Pueblo reservation. There’s plenty of fun to be had at the huge casino and the golf course with views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Guests rave about the spa, which while pricey, offers a full range of services within attractive, nature-themed treatment rooms. Both the indoor and outdoor pools are popular. The business-friendly four-pearl Eldorado offers the convenience of being just two blocks from the Plaza, plus some great features such as a fine dining restaurant, a top-notch spa, and some of the largest business facilities in town. The Nidah spa greets guests with a gorgeous orange onyx stone partition, and offers a full range of services. The 4-pearl La Posada de Santa Fe is over a hundred years old, making it one of the the city’s longest-standing inns. It has an excellent location near Santa Fe Plaza, and features attractive Southwestern decor throughout. Its 157 rooms have beamed ceilings, coral throws, regional art, and modern tech features; some have patios or kiva-style fireplaces. The property features are impressive, especially its luxe, 4,500-square-foot day spa offering facials, body treatments, and massages using local ingredients. Facilities include steam rooms and a relaxation lounge.
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