Treat yourself in downtown Santa Fe! Our wonderfully luxurious vacation casita is conveniently located in a beautiful and historic neighborhood, two short blocks from the Plaza, museums, and all the exciting events Santa Fe has to offer.
This kitschy Western style Santa Fe motel has been welcoming budget travelers for the past 50 years. The family owned, affordable motel is a roadside original which allows travelers to experience a bit of old southwest history and charm. The rooms are clean and cozy with a cowboy flair
2810 Cerrillos Rd., Santa Fe New Mexico 87507 phone:(505) 471-7663
More than a traditional bed and breakfast, the Don Gaspar Inn offers guests a selection of impressive, Santa Fe, New Mexico accommodations. Visitors may choose between 7 large private suites, 2 one-bedroom casitas, and one 3-bedroom home. Each offer a private entrance and patios.
This romantic Santa Fe bed and breakfast, built in 1886 by a local railroad tycoon, offers an opportunity to experience historic New Mexico lodging at its best. Tucked away on a quiet street near the Santa Fe Plaza and Canyon Road and surrounded by lush and peaceful gardens, the inn features beautiful stained glass, ornate fireplaces, unique architectural details and period antiques. On site is the luxurious Absolute Nirvana Spa.
106 Faithway St., Santa Fe New Mexico 87501 phone:(505) 982-3465/(888) 877-7622
Relax in comfort and serenity nestled downtown between the historic Plaza and the galleries of Canyon Rd. 71 rooms/suites in a tranquil garden courtyard setting. Patios, balconies and fireplaces available. Free parking & local calls. Lavish continental breakfast & afternoon wine reception included with stay.
A world of beauty and hospitality awaits you at Hacienda Nicholas, an enchanting southwest bed & breakfast inn located only blocks from the historic Plaza. Whether you're here for a romantic weekend or a winter getaway, our attention to detail and superior personal service will ensure a memorable Santa Fe vacation.
The Inn at Santa Fe is a boutique hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico with stylish guestrooms and mini-suites, modern amenities, onsite dining, free hot breakfast, free Internet and a central Santa Fe location.
Cornerstones Community Partnerships, a Santa Fe-based non-profit organization, works primarily with rural Hispanic villages and Indian Pueblos in New Mexico and the southwest to restore historic structures.
El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe is dedicated to showcasing Hispanic art, culture and history of Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. Programming includes exhibitions, performances, workshops, lectures and various community events.
555 Camino de la Familia, Santa Fe NM 87505 phone:505.992.0591
Steve Elmore Indian Art, located in historic downtown Santa Fe, offers quality antique Native American art. Our site is a great resource for learning learn about identification, attribution, pricing, identification and other aspects of this fascinating field.
839 Paseo de Peralta, Suite M, Santa Fe New Mexico 87501 phone:505-995-9677
New Mexico state's history museum and Registered National Historic Landmark, the palace of the governors is located on the Santa Fe Plaza and holds the Fray Angelico History Library. The museum offers free docent tours and downtown walking tours for a nominal fee. The museum is closed on Mondays.
105 W Palace Ave,, Santa Fe NM 87501 phone:505.988-3454
One of the finest hunting destinations in the West. The Quinlan sits astride the historic migration route of the entire Southern Colorado-San Juan elk herd, making this perhaps the most extraordinary elk habitat in the Southwest.
Shop online at this trendy Santa Fe store for locals and travelers. We are located in the historic La Fonda Hotel offering Mycrapak Jackets for travel, casual clothing & one of the largest selections of Pikolinos and Hispanitas footwear in the country.
100 E. San Francisco St, Santa Fe NM 87501 phone:505-988-2424
The Cerrillos Hills Historic Park is the preeminent tri-cultural mining region of North America, a cultural crossroads and a living teacher, a place of refuge and of learning, where all may be nourished by the rich historical and multi-cultural heritage. The Park offers to all who visit it, recreation, education and a renewed sense of connection to the land.
Take Southwest cooking classes with some of the region's top chefs at Santa Fe School of Cooking - just steps away from the historic Plaza in downtown Santa Fe. Famous for our restaurant walking tours, hands on classes, corporate training and special group events.
Historic Walks of Santa Fe provides expert customized destination planning for an array of groups, including major corporations and universities, worldwide travel companies for select groups, wedding and reunion parties and private groups.
Take a journey to the past at "The Ranch of the Swallows." This historic rancho, now a living history museum, dates from the early 1700s and was an important paraje or stopping place along the famous Camino Real, the Royal Road from Mexico City to Santa Fe. Experience the life of another time in a location unlike any other in America.
Toadlena Trading Post is an authentic trading post that does business directly with Navajo weavers. We sell beautiful work by master weavers of Navajo rugs and weavings, including Two Grey Hills and Ganado rugs and weavings.
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