For generations, Santa Fe has provided accommodation to travelers near and far. From the arrival of the Spanish Conquistadors to the “end-of-the-road” trade destination of the 1800s, to the fame and fortune of Route 66, the heart of Santa Fe is its culture; embodied in its community, and its hospitality. 

Generations of Hospitality: Hotel St. Francis 

There is an impressive range of options when it comes to hotel lodging in Santa Fe. From the family and pet friendly to the quiet but fantastic comforts of the higher end, there are plenty of choices to be made! Needless to say, a little bit of history can most certainly be found wherever you go. In fact, many of the more historical buildings in the city, especially those located in the downtown area, have been renovated time and time again and are now home to some of these very same hotels! 

One such destination, the Hotel St. Francis, is a testament to the deep and complex heritage of Santa Fe. The oldest hotel in the city, Hotel St. Francis is located only one block away from the historic plaza, and is only a brief walk to many of the city’s most famous museums and attractions, such as the Georgia O’Keefe Museum and the Cross of the Martyrs. Enjoy an in-house meal at the Secreto Lounge; a culinary destination in and of itself! Hotel St. Francis, unique and deeply connected to the traditions and culture of Santa Fe, is sure to provide any traveler with a comfortable and memorable stay. 


5-Star Stay and Haunted Getaways

For the truly luxurious, we recommend the 5-Star amenities of the Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi. An establishment imbued with the artistic breadth and complexity of the City Different, the Inn of the Anasazi is an enchanting retreat unlike any other. Located only “steps away” from the very heart of Santa Fe, the Anasazi is Santa Fe’s finest. You have to see it to believe it!

Looking to experience a little more of the “mystery” of Santa Fe in your stay? The Land of Enchantment is filled with legends of hauntings and ghosts, and at the La Posada de Santa Fe, you can have a drink (or two) in the very house of the woman said to still haunt the hallways and adobe rooms of the resort! Among its many comforts, the La Posada de Santa Fe is famous for its dedication to combining the rich and unique adobe architecture of Santa Fe’s past with all of the modern comforts of a world-class resort. From the in-house, professionally curated art museum to the seasonally heated outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, the La Posada de Santa Fe offers both the mystery and tradition of the city. 


Comfortable, Historical and Affordable

Traveling with pets, or a larger family? Or just looking for a getaway a little more affordable? Many of Santa Fe’s economic staples are located on the famous Cerrillos Road, the main thoroughfare of the city. Offering a wide range of impressive amenities for their price and still located near all of the sites and sounds, we recommended lodgings such as the La Quinta by Wyndham, the Best Western Plus Inn of Santa Fe, and the Lamplighter Inn. With pools, fitness centers, and included breakfast, these are fantastic options for those still looking for a cozy stay for a more economical price. 

Santa Fe has a place for everyone eager to discover the City Different. Welcome to your little home away from home: we’re glad you came!