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Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi

Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The luxurious Rosewood Inn, which underwent a major renovation in 2008, is one of Santa Fe’s most desirable hotels. It has an ideal location right by the Santa Fe Plaza, the city's cultural center. Big rooms have charming Southwestern style, with wood floors, beamed ceilings, kiva-style fireplaces, and lots of Native American and regional artwork. The Anasazi Restaurant is one of Santa Fe’s best, and serves Southwestern-influenced American cuisine using fresh, local ingredients. There's no pool or fitness center, though, so those who want more amenities may consider the nearby Inn and Spa at Loretto.
Hotel St. Francis

Hotel St. Francis Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 81-room upscale boutique, housed in a historic building two blocks the Santa Fe Plaza, underwent a complete renovation in 2011 and now features 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 gray and white -- but, as in many historic buildings, they're small. The hotel features a fine dining restaurant serving New Mexican cuisine, as well as a bar with outdoor seating available offering appetizers and cocktails. But there’s no pool or Jacuzzi, and guests will have to pay a daily fee for parking. If a pool is a priority, consider the nearby Inn and Spa at Loretto.
Luxx Plaza Hotel

Luxx Plaza Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Luxx Hotel is a boutique property in the heart of Santa Fe that offers a prime location and an arty ambience. Each guest room is decorated differently, with eclectic furnishings that have a contemporary, Asian-inspired feel. The large flat-screen TVs with Internet capabilities and Blu-ray players are upsides, but the hotel lacks standard amenities such as a fitness center or pool. Also, the property has a self-service vibe, with no valets, porters, or room service available -- and sometimes no staff on hand at all.
Ten Thousand Waves

Ten Thousand Waves Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Ten Thousand Waves is a small, secluded property with a Japanese-style spa and 12 guest rooms nestled in a mountainside pine forest just outside of Santa Fe. The grounds are dotted with soaking tubs and cold plunges -- and professional therapists are on hand to perform many types of massages and treatments. Rooms aren’t quite luxe, but have a contemporary Asian look and are big and comfortable.
Inn of the Governors

Inn of the Governors Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Inn of the Governors is an competitively priced upper-mid-range hotel three blocks from the Plaza. Colorful Santa Fe-style decor gives the rooms and interior spaces a cozy, authentic feel, and the hopping Del Charro Saloon attracts the locals and serves tasty eats. A free breakfast buffet, afternoon tea and sherry, and free covered parking all add good value to this charming hotel -- and the heated outdoor pool and Jacuzzi are nice perks (though the pool is on the small side).
The Hacienda & Spa at Hotel Santa Fe

The Hacienda & Spa at Hotel Santa Fe Rating: 3.5 Pearls

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 suites are large and luxurious -- but the "butler service" that separates the Hacienda from the rest of the hotel is far from private -- you'll share just a few butlers with the other 35 guests.
Inn at Vanessie

Inn at Vanessie Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Inn at Vanessie is a boutique, 18-room bed and breakfast located within walking distance of the Plaza. Rooms are among the most charming available in this price category, with Southwestern decor and in some, extras such as fireplaces and patios. Free Wi-Fi and a free hot breakfast add value, and the location is perfect for exploring the busy retail area nearby. There's no pool, but there's a small fitness center and Vanessie Restaurant gets great reviews. A professional pianist also plays several nights a week in the lounge.
Old Santa Fe Inn

Old Santa Fe Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Old Santa Fe Inn is a mid-range property with an upscale feel, thanks to perks such as a free breakfast burrito bar, afternoon cookies, and Starbucks coffee. Rooms look clean and fresh, with earthy color schemes and rustic wood furnishings that make for an authentic Santa Fe vibe. The property's prime location is another draw, as it stands just three blocks from the Plaza. Even though it's among the most reasonably priced hotels in the downtown area, the Old Santa Fe Inn exudes the charm and regional spirit of its more expensive -- and historic -- competitors.
El Paradero Bed and Breakfast Inn

El Paradero Bed and Breakfast Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 200-year-old El Paradero Bed and Breakfast Inn offers a setting that’s historic and charming, appealing to couples looking for a Southwestern romantic retreat. Cozy folk art decorates sitting rooms, adobe garden terraces, and a lovely breakfast room that features a kiva fireplace. The 15 colorful and thoughtfully designed rooms here feature Santa Fe decor, with suites offering kitchenettes. Still, most spaces don’t have TVs and some can feel small. More spacious rooms with TVs can be found at the nearby (and slightly pricier) Inn of the Turquoise Bear.
Santa Fe Motel and Inn

Santa Fe Motel and Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Santa Fe Motel and Inn is a great value given its location near the popular Plaza in downtown Santa Fe. The spacious accommodations include rooms with kitchenettes along with more traditional casitas. Rooms are clean and in good condition, but are on the older side, and rooms near the busy Cerrillos Road can be noisy. A free hot breakfast is served in a semi-enclosed outdoor courtyard with a kiva fireplace. Travelers looking for a traditional Santa Fe property close to attractions will likely be happy here, but those who want a slightly more modern space can try the similarly priced Inn on the Paseo.

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Locations

  • Cerrillos Road
  • Downtown Santa Fe
  • Guadalupe/Railyard District
  • Pojoaque

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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Brands

  • Rosewood
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