Santa Fe Hotels



Inn of the Anasazi


At a Glance


  • staff is thorough, gracious, and highly professional
  • superb restaurant and charming bar


  • standard rooms are a bit small for the price
  • few rooms have balconies
  • no hot tub or pool

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Inn of the Anasazi Review

Unassuming from the outside, this first-rate boutique hotel steps from the Plaza is one of Santa Fe's finest, with superb architectural detail. The prestigious Rosewood Hotel manages the property and has steadily and carefully upgraded the already sumptuous linens and furnishings over the years. Each room has a beamed viga-and-latilla ceiling, kiva-style gas fireplace, antique Navajo rugs, handwoven fabrics, and organic toiletries (including sunblock). Other amenities include full concierge services, twice-daily maid service, exercise equipment upon request, and a library. Especially nice touches in this desert town are the humidifiers in each guest room. A few deluxe rooms have balconies.

    Hotel Details

  • 58 rooms.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 12-04-2013

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    High rating, but no return trip

    For the most part, I loved this hotel. Service is impeccable; location is the best; restaurant is fabulous. BUT, why do the beds have to be so high you either have to make a flying leap from across the room or use the slippery (and dangerous) little step stool to access the place where you sleep? My mattress was at least 34" off the floor. This ridiculous feature alone is enough to send me over to the Inn at Loretto, which also has very good service, great food, an almost as good location, and beds low enough to access without athletic endeavor. But, if you don't mind mattresses at hip-top level, this is a great place. I do think the degree of service and the level of maintenance, plus location, justify the price.

    by Thursa, 7/31/07

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