It's a pleasant 10-minute walk west of the Plaza to reach this group of properties consisting of a few historic, luxurious compounds, one of them Spanish Pueblo–style adobe, another done in the Territorial style, and others ranging from rooms in renovated Victorian houses to contemporary condos with up to three bedrooms. A network of brick paths shaded by mature trees leads through these properties, connecting them with secluded courtyards and flower gardens. All units
have fireplaces, microwaves and refrigerators (and full kitchens in some cases), and individual art and handcrafted furnishings, and rates include an extensive Continental breakfast buffet. It's an elegant alternative to the city's upscale full-service hotels, affording guests a bit more privacy and the feel of a private cottage rental—though it is managed by the Hotel Santa Fe.