Inn at Vanessie Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This intimate boutique bed-and-breakfast features just 11 rooms -- and they are among the most charming rooms available in their price category. With Southwestern decor and fun extras, like this bright red fireplace, they are simple yet chic. Native American rugs, framed black-and-white photos of New Mexico, and rough-hewn wood furniture create that rustic-elegant vibe we love.

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 This intimate boutique bed-and-breakfast features just 11 rooms -- and they are among the most charming rooms available in their price category. With Southwestern decor and fun extras, like this bright red fireplace, they are simple yet chic. Native American rugs, framed black-and-white photos of New Mexico, and rough-hewn wood furniture create that rustic-elegant vibe we love.
Santa Fe's prime location between New Mexico's mountains and desert means outdoor activities abound. Hiking, cycling, and horseback riding are favorite pastimes in the region. But so are the fine arts: a rich mix of American Indian, Southwestern, and Latino cultures have melded in the so-called "City Different," creating a diverse and thriving artistic community. This intersection of natural wonder and precise craftsmanship has translated itself to many a hotel in Santa Fe, as a wealth of abodes feature rustic luxe decor befitting of the terrain. The Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado, for example, oozes luxury from its secluded spot overlooking the Sangre de Cristo Mountains -- but its choices decor-wise speak to a laid-back, rustic aesthetic at the same time. The 65 rooms at the 5-pearl resort are all large, decorated in a modern Southwestern style and featuring concrete and wood floors, Native American style rugs, and a warm brown and orange color scheme. Some rooms also have wood-burning fireplaces and private patios. This lovely outdoor seating area overlooking the mountains, with its exposed beams and stone fireplace, is a cozy testament to the resort's style. This intimate boutique bed-and-breakfast features just 11 rooms -- and they are among the most charming rooms available in their price category. With Southwestern decor and fun extras, like this bright red fireplace, they are simple yet chic. Native American rugs, framed black-and-white photos of New Mexico, and rough-hewn wood furniture create that rustic-elegant vibe we love. After completing a 2011 renovation, the Hotel St. Francis sports a simple, mission-style decor inspired by the principles of St. Francis of Assisi. The elegant, minimalist rooms have original wood floors, sturdy wood furniture made by local artisans, and a color scheme of grey and white. Fine-dining at the Tabla de los Santos restaurant, seen here, is complimented by the homey surroundings heightened only more when a fire is lit. Over a hundred years old, La Posada de Santa Fe is one of the city's longest-standing inns -- meaning its rustic without trying. But don't think it lags in modern amenities: Kiva-style fireplaces rub shoulders with flat-screen TVs and iPod docks seamlessly at this 4-pearl property. The hotel also boasts an upscale restaurant, a collection of local art worth $1 million, a day spa, an outdoor pool and Jacuzzi, and an outdoor fire pit where evening s'mores are served. This secluded retreat spread out over four acres features luxurious suites with Native American decor, walk-in-showers, private balconies, and in-room fireplaces. Butlers are on hand, an excellent spa and outdoor pool are available, and Native American cuisine delights at Amaya restaurant -- which also features its own tepee. This cozy Santa Fe property features colorful and authentic Santa Fe decor that easily charms guests. The comfortable leather sofa seen here, for example, is hard to part from -- especially while sipping on the free tea or sherry that the hotel provides each afternoon. But if you do get the urge to move, you don't have to go far. Del Charro Saloon is a Santa Fe hot spot located right at the inn, serving tasty eats and satisfying drinks. One of Santa Fe's most desirable hotels, the Rosewood Inn charms with wood floors, beamed ceilings, kiva-style fireplaces, and lots of Native American and regional artwork. The entire property was inspired by thirteenth century Anasazi Indian cliff dwellings and pueblos, creating a rustic but elegant atmosphere.
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