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The staff at the El Dorado were all delightful to work with, as they seemed to be well versed in their job, as well as the facility. The hotel is ideally located in the downtown corridor, which is right off the square where visitors can enjoy local flavor through artisan shops, restaurants, specialty ...
Beautiful hotel, close to everything. Clean, spacious rooms and a nice spa. Staff is friendly and accommodating. Excellent restaurant. Definitely recommend to anyone heading to Santa Fe.
It was very nice to have a short walk and do some shopping, great restaurants close by and the hotel will take youanywhere. The pool is very relaxing and the spa was wonderful!! Highly recommend the spa.
We went this month for our anniversary. We only live one hour+ away, but it could have been another world. We were greated by a lovely staff and during our entire stay all the staff wished us a Happy Anniversary. The activities were fun, educational, and the spa was exceptionally relaxing. The food ...
Pretty hotel, better than the pictures. Enjoyed Spa services. Great food in the restaurants, room was big, beautiful views from the balcony. Everything was better than expected until after ordering room service and getting a call telling me that my credit card was declined and was no longer on file ...
Wonderful personable staffGreat health club and spaWonderful restaurant Great views and sunsets
Clean, staff very conscientious. We fixed bed to help conserve, they straightened it out and cleaned floor even tho we were staying. Breakfast was a fresh buffet of eggs, sausage, gravy, waffles, hot and cold cereals, yogurt, fruit. Always had fresh coffee, lemonade, and cookies in the lobby. Spa ...
The rooms were extremely large with a sofabed and lots of extra living space. The free breakfast was better than expected and of good quality. Pool and spa were a nice bonus. My kids loved the apple juice. The only knocks on the property were the minor maintenance issues that really should have been ...
This location, plus all the amenities of having a lovely two room suite made our stay in Santa Fe just about perfect. The staff were friendly and helpful, and we had an almost exclusive use of a large spa just outside out suite. I’d return in a heartbeat!
Our room was very small, but I should've paid more if I wanted a larger room. I knew this was an old, remodeled facility and that some of the rooms would very likely be smallish. It was clean with a modern feel to it. We were gone most of the day anyway. The grounds are beautiful with lots of little ...
Upon entering then lobby, I was impressed with the warm SW decor, friendliness of staff, and exceptional cleanliness of the premises. Very nice. Rooms are quite small, but have everything one needs, unless you want a bathtub. Fixtures are upscale modern and well kept. The shower is large. There is ...
Without a doubt, the Rosewood hotel is an exceptionally hotel with style and class. Upon arrival we were warmly welcomed by the staff and general manager. The staff was extremely friendly. My wife and I had five great evenings here, which obviously also added to our fantastic experience in Santa ...
We stayed a couple nights for our first stay in Santa Fe. The hotel feels like a ski lodge inside per the decor. Our room and bed was great. The breakfast and evening reception (full dinner and not just snacks) were great. The location is perfect. It is about 1-2 blocks from the plaza where all the ...
Even though this property was old, it was comfortable and clean and served an amazing complimentary breakfast. The indoor pool and spa were well maintained and very warm. We will definitely stay here again.
I stayed there for three nights, Hotel has lots of rooms but no breakfast included with room as sometime it mention. Hotel is open and has lots of open space inside the hotel. Hotel staff was Ok but didn't help much on information about Santa Fe surrounding as I was trying to find some good places ...
A friend and I stayed for 4 nights, eating every breakfast at the hotel -- included! -- and two dinners, plus enjoying after-dinner drinks in the bar. The buffet breakfast had a different variety of dishes daily, and several times we ate by the fire on the covered outdoor patio, as we did with dinner. ...
If your optimal spa vacation is to get reprieve from the bustle for a bit of rest and relaxation, then you'll find more visitors are finding out that this town is the ideal retreat to do little and love every moment of it. Seeking a luxury spa hotel that rolls out the red carpet? We can handle that for you. Prefer to stay in a soothing secluded spa hotel? No problem. In fact, this area is so popular that it saw a large upsurge of travelers that are making it their ultimate spot to unwind. Pack your suitcase and forget your stress to begin your stress-free time-off.
You'll have no trouble finding a quality hotel, as Santa Fe has several fantastic options to choose from. Relax and stretch out for a bit. After that you can book your first appointment to indulge yourself at a nearby spa. After you've indulged yourself by enjoying a massage treatment, decompressing in the sauna, or sitting in the hot tub, spend your evening getting even more relaxed as you delight in the small-town vibe of this quaint city. Further, you can enjoy your time knowing it's easy to get around town or to dine at a popular restaurant. If you decide to take a walk around the area, you can spend a relaxed evening taking in this charming city's casual vibe. Wherever you end up going for fun, just be sure to hang loose. Your spa break should be nothing but wonderfully relaxing.
Offering plenty of comfortable retreats and and calm locations, it's clear why an increasing number of people are choosing The City Differentas their stress-free spa getaway sanctuary.
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, Expedia.com 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 Expedia.com 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 Expedia.com are your gateway to all the beauty and adventure that Santa Fe has to offer.