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Hotel Santa Fe, The Hacienda & Spa - Santa Fe Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Hotel Santa Fe, The Hacienda & Spa

1501 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe 87501 - Map
Very nice hotel. Pricey but it is a resort now :)
Traveller from US
Hotel Santa Fe, The Hacienda & Spa is in downtown Santa Fe's historic Guadalupe Railyard district, 6 blocks from the Santa Fe …More
La Fonda on the Plaza - Santa Fe Hotels
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La Fonda on the Plaza

100 E San Francisco St, Santa Fe 87501 - Map
"On the Plaza in Santa Fe"
We received excellent assistance from the hotel concierge, he provided above and beyond the service that would be expected from a fine hotel.
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Located in Downtown Santa Fe, this spa hotel is steps from Institute of American Indian Arts Museum and Palace of the …More
La Posada de Santa Fe, a Tribute Portfolio Resort & Spa - Santa Fe Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
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La Posada de Santa Fe, a Tribute Portfolio Resort & Spa

330 E Palace Ave, Santa Fe 87501 - Map
"Nice village hotel"
This is a beautiful hotel with rooms spread out on the landscape in pavilions true the the Santa Fe style. Chloe's to everything!
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Ancient elms and cottonwoods shade this resort set amid 6 acres (2.4 hectares) of casitas, courtyards, and fountains; Santa …More
Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe - Santa Fe Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe

198 State Road 592, Santa Fe 87506 - Map
"Awesome retreat away from Santa Fe."
The spa was really great. But what makes this place great is the adventure partners who guide hikes and trail rides. Carol was our guide and she was totally awesome!
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Situated in Santa Fe, this luxury resort is within 9 mi (15 km) of Santa Fe Opera, Palace of the Governors, and San Miguel …More
Inn and Spa at Loretto - Destination Hotels & Resorts - Santa Fe Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
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Inn and Spa at Loretto - Destination Hotels & Resorts

211 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe 87501 - Map
"It was very comfortable"
Doesn't have a safe, so far none of the hotels have had one in the states. Which is quite amazing as Europe and Asia always have one. They had happy which was great. Large room and very clean.
Traveller from sydney
One of the city's most photographed buildings, this adobe gem adjoins the 1878 Loretto Chapel, a block from Santa Fe Plaza …More
Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder - Santa Fe Hotels
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Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder

20 Buffalo Thunder Trl, Santa Fe 87506 - Map
"Great getaway! "
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The hotel staff was very attentive to our needs. The room was clean. The guys enjoyed the casino and golf and I enjoyed the pool, hot tub and sitting on the balcony. We will definitely return.
Traveller from Colorado
Located 15 minutes outside of Santa Fe, this hotel puts guests near the area's Native American cultural attractions …More
Eldorado Hotel & Spa - Santa Fe Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Eldorado Hotel & Spa

309 W San Francisco Street, Santa Fe 87501 - Map
"another Santa Fe Get-away"
from the time you walk in to the time you check out, you're treated like family ! The El Dorado is just awesome and classy. Everyone greets you with a warm hello and smile ! They know how to please. No matter how crowded the place is, you can always navigate your way around. the rooms are so comfy and clean. The coffee in the rooms is just so-so and this is the only thing I'd grade as a "D-". Being in the heart of coffee country they could improve on the in room morning self coffee service.....
Traveller from Denver Colorado
Two blocks from Santa Fe Plaza, the hotel is within 5 blocks of galleries, restaurants, and shopping, and is adjacent to the …More
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Los Alamos - Los Alamos Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars
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Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Los Alamos

60 Entrada Dr, Los Alamos 87544 - Map
"Beautiful location."
Very positive experience. Definitely would stay again.
Traveller from Amarillo, Tx.
Situated in a rural location, this hotel is within 12 mi (20 km) of Alcove House Trail, Bradbury Science Museum, and Los …More
El Rey Inn - Santa Fe Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars
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El Rey Inn

1862 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe 87505 - Map
"An Old Favorite"
My wife and I have visited Santa Fe numerous times, and on most of those stays, we chose the El Rey. It is conveniently located along a major business route, Cerrillos Road and close to the heart of the city. It was founded in 1936. It drips with local charm. It has excellent wi-fi, an indoor hot tub, a pool, etc. Its pods of rooms and cabins ramble over a large site, forming a sort of plaza, decorated in northern New Mexico fashion. Instead of a meager breakfast on site, one receives for each member of the party a discount from an excellent breakfast in a restaurant abutting the property. The people at the front desk are knowledgeable. One young man directed us to an excellent Mexican restaurant known more to locals than to tourists. The El Rey Inn is a bargain when one takes into consideration the unique atmosphere and the excellent staff.
Traveller from Pueblo, CO
Located in the heart of Santa Fe, this hotel is 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from College of Santa Fe and within 3 mi (5 km) of New Mexico …More
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Santa Fe - Santa Fe Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Santa Fe

4048 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe 87507 - Map
"Pleasant surprise off the beaten path."
Hotel was full during our visit. Staff was very attentive. Comfortable King suite and very clean. Elevator very slow but only a 4 floor hotel so not a major issue. Chip in lounge very nice and friendly with great recommendations. Bit of drive to downtown with the construction on Cerrillos Road. Pool very small. Overall excellent stay and would stay here again.
Traveller from Lubbock. Tx
Situated in Santa Fe, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of College of Santa Fe, New Mexico State Capitol, and San Miguel …More

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    Santa Fe Resorts & Spa Travel Guide

    You’ll likely never view a sunset quite so beautiful as the ones you’ll see from a Santa Fe, New Mexico, resort. The great bowl of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains capture and amplify the rays of the descending sun into an unforgettable panorama of gold, scarlet, and apple green. New Mexico fully lives up to its nickname “Land of Enchantment,” and its capital city has been captivating visitors since the 1600s. offers you a wide range of cheap flights to Santa Fe and deals on resorts in Santa Fe.

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    Santa Fe boasts a range of lodging, from budget-friendly inns to splurge-worthy resorts surrounded by golf greens. Whether your idea of a dream vacation is an authentic adobe inn with an in-room kiva fireplace or a Santa Fe spa resort where you can spend your vacation recharging body and soul with massages and beauty treatments, can help you find the perfect vacation accommodations. A number of ranch-style hotels on the edge of town cater to horse lovers in the warmer months and snow sport enthusiasts in the winter.

    The Best Time to Visit

    Visiting Santa Fe at any time of the year is an experience to cherish, but this beautiful city’s Hispanic heritage makes winter, and particularly the months of November and December, the most memorable. In the weeks leading up to Christmas, you’ll find the city’s streets lined with luminarias, a uniquely NM tradition that dates back more than 300 years. These seasonal lanterns cast a warm spectral glow on the Old Town’s shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues, many of which remain open late to accommodate visitors. Winter is also a great time to book a stay at a Santa Fe ski resort where you can experience some of the most scintillating skiing and snowboarding in the United States along the abundant trails of the nearby Sangre de Cristos.

    Historical and Cultural Attractions

    Santa Fe bustles with attractions from the art galleries, silversmiths, and artisans of handmade crafts that line the venerable Santa Fe Plaza to its world-class museums and Opera House. Sample the city’s unique restaurants that fuse old Spanish ingredients, especially red and green chile peppers, with the freshest takes on New American cuisine. Spend an afternoon touring one of the nearby Pueblos and immersing yourself in the fascinating history and heritage of NM’s Native American population.

    Climb the Miraculous Staircase in the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi on the Plaza, a wooden spiral that makes two complete 360 degree turns without any visible means of support. Willa Cather’s famous novel “Death Comes for the Archbishop” was written about the cathedral’s founding, and the interior of the church contains some of the oldest Hispanic artifacts in North America.

    Amenities at Santa Fe Resorts

    Resorts in Santa Fe cater to an assortment of travelers, and you can expect even historic inns and budget accommodations to be equipped with high-speed Wi-Fi, big-screen HD televisions, and in-room coffee makers. Hotels closer to the Old Town may contain coffee shops and opportunities for casual dining, but typically, it’s expected that guests will want to explore the exciting Santa Fe restaurant scene on their own. Farther from the city center, expect to find in-hotel restaurants with menus designed to please discriminating palates. Search at for deals on a cheap hotel in Santa Fe.

    Touring the Land of Enchantment

    Santa Fe makes a great base for exploring the fascinating destinations in the northern and western parts of the state. The famous “High Road” to Taos will take you past breathtaking views of the Trucha Peaks, New Mexico’s own slice of the Rockies. This route is the heart of the New Mexico’s original Spanish settlements, and towns like Chimayo, Cordova, and Ojo Sarco are still the best places to buy fine Spanish weaving, woodcarvings, pottery, and rugs.

    Traveling east toward Los Alamos along the Jemez Mountain Trail will take you past the Bandelier National Monument, which preserves the ruins and unique cave dwellings of the ancient Pueblo people. Once in Los Alamos, visit the Bradbury Science Museum to learn more about the fascinating history of the atomic bomb. A few miles further up the highway, you’ll find the town of Jemez Springs, where you can blissfully relax in natural geothermal hot springs. Cheap flights to Santa Fe from are your gateway to all the beauty and adventure that Santa Fe has to offer.

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