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Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe

$$$$ | North Side 198 NM 592

Four Seasons assumed control of this stunning property on a dramatic, sunset-facing bluff in the Sangre de Cri... Read More

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Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe

$$$$ | North Side 198 NM 592

Four Seasons assumed control of this stunning property on a dramatic, sunset-facing bluff in the Sangre de Cri... Read More

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Inn of the Five Graces

$$$$ | Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol 150 E. DeVargas St.

There isn't another property in Santa Fe to compare to this sumptuous yet relaxed inn with an unmistakable Eas... Read More

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Inn of the Five Graces

$$$$ | Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol 150 E. DeVargas St.

There isn't another property in Santa Fe to compare to this sumptuous yet relaxed inn with an unmistakable Eas... Read More

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Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi

$$$$ | The Plaza 113 Washington Ave.

Unassuming from the outside, this first-rate boutique hotel steps from the Plaza is one of Santa Fe's finest,... Read More

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Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi

$$$$ | The Plaza 113 Washington Ave.

Unassuming from the outside, this first-rate boutique hotel steps from the Plaza is one of Santa Fe's finest,... Read More

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Sunrise Springs Spa Resort

$$ | Santa Fe 242 Los Pinos Rd.

After having closed for a few years, this serene and scenic spa resort on the far south side of Santa Fe re... Read More

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Sunrise Springs Spa Resort

$$ | Santa Fe 242 Los Pinos Rd.

After having closed for a few years, this serene and scenic spa resort on the far south side of Santa Fe re... Read More

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Casa Culinaria Don Gaspar

$$$ | Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol 623 Don Gaspar Ave.

One of the city's most charming little finds, this exquisitely landscaped and attractively decorated compound... Read More

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Casa Culinaria Don Gaspar

$$$ | Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol 623 Don Gaspar Ave.

One of the city's most charming little finds, this exquisitely landscaped and attractively decorated compound... Read More

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Casa Escondida B&B

$$ | Santa Fe 64 CR 100

The thoughtful staff at this nine-room, pet-welcoming B&B in one of the prettiest and most historic vil... Read More

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Casa Escondida B&B

$$ | Santa Fe 64 CR 100

The thoughtful staff at this nine-room, pet-welcoming B&B in one of the prettiest and most historic vil... Read More

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Cliff River Springs

$$$ | Santa Fe 283 NM 111

Set on an absolutely magical and pristine 1,200-acre tract of high-desert wilderness about an hour's drive... Read More

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Cliff River Springs

$$$ | Santa Fe 283 NM 111

Set on an absolutely magical and pristine 1,200-acre tract of high-desert wilderness about an hour's drive... Read More

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Drury Plaza Hotel

$$ | Santa Fe 823 Paseo de Peralta

The first big new hotel to open in Downtown Santa Fe in years, this stylish 182-room property is also one o... Read More

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Drury Plaza Hotel

$$ | Santa Fe 823 Paseo de Peralta

The first big new hotel to open in Downtown Santa Fe in years, this stylish 182-room property is also one o... Read More

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El Farolito

$$ | Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol 514 Galisteo St.

This inviting compound consisting of eight classic Santa Fe–style adobe casitas enjoys a peaceful Downtown loc... Read More

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El Farolito

$$ | Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol 514 Galisteo St.

This inviting compound consisting of eight classic Santa Fe–style adobe casitas enjoys a peaceful Downtown loc... Read More

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El Paradero Bed & Breakfast Inn

$$ | Santa Fe 220 W. Manhattan St.

Downtown Santa Fe's oldest inn—the farmhouse it's situated in dates to the early 1800s—is also... Read More

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El Paradero Bed & Breakfast Inn

$$ | Santa Fe 220 W. Manhattan St.

Downtown Santa Fe's oldest inn—the farmhouse it's situated in dates to the early 1800s—is also... Read More

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El Rey Inn

$ | South Side 1862 Cerrillos Rd.

The kind of place where Lucy and Ricky might have stayed during one of their cross-country adventures, the El... Read More

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El Rey Inn

$ | South Side 1862 Cerrillos Rd.

The kind of place where Lucy and Ricky might have stayed during one of their cross-country adventures, the El... Read More

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Eldorado Hotel & Spa

$$$ | The Plaza 309 W. San Francisco St.

Because it's the closest thing Santa Fe has to a convention hotel, the Eldorado sometimes gets a bad rap, but... Read More

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Eldorado Hotel & Spa

$$$ | The Plaza 309 W. San Francisco St.

Because it's the closest thing Santa Fe has to a convention hotel, the Eldorado sometimes gets a bad rap, but... Read More

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Elk Mountain Lodge

$$ | Santa Fe 37485 NM 126

Set amid towering evergreen trees in a majestic part the Jemez Mountains, this rustic but beautifully appoi... Read More

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Elk Mountain Lodge

$$ | Santa Fe 37485 NM 126

Set amid towering evergreen trees in a majestic part the Jemez Mountains, this rustic but beautifully appoi... Read More

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Four Kachinas B&B

$$ | Santa Fe 512 Webber St.

The beautifully furnished sister inn to El Farolito, which is just around the corner, Four Kachinas has six... Read More

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Four Kachinas B&B

$$ | Santa Fe 512 Webber St.

The beautifully furnished sister inn to El Farolito, which is just around the corner, Four Kachinas has six... Read More

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Hacienda Nicholas

$$ | East Side and Canyon Road 320 E. Marcy St.

This classic Santa Fe hacienda is just blocks from the Plaza yet set in a quiet residential area and sheltered... Read More

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Hacienda Nicholas

$$ | East Side and Canyon Road 320 E. Marcy St.

This classic Santa Fe hacienda is just blocks from the Plaza yet set in a quiet residential area and sheltered... Read More

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Hotel Santa Fe

$$$ | Railyard District 1501 Paseo de Peralta

Picurís Pueblo has controlling interest in this handsome Pueblo-style three-story hotel on the Railyard Distri... Read More

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Hotel Santa Fe

$$$ | Railyard District 1501 Paseo de Peralta

Picurís Pueblo has controlling interest in this handsome Pueblo-style three-story hotel on the Railyard Distri... Read More

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Inn of the Governors

$$ | The Plaza 101 W. Alameda St.

This rambling, reasonably priced hotel by the Santa Fe River is staffed by a polite, enthusiastic bunch. The c... Read More

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Inn of the Governors

$$ | The Plaza 101 W. Alameda St.

This rambling, reasonably priced hotel by the Santa Fe River is staffed by a polite, enthusiastic bunch. The c... Read More

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Inn of the Turquoise Bear

$$ | Santa Fe 342 E. Buena Vista St.

The 20th-century poet Witter Bynner owned this handsome—and spacious—adobe compound for nearly a half century,... Read More

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Inn of the Turquoise Bear

$$ | Santa Fe 342 E. Buena Vista St.

The 20th-century poet Witter Bynner owned this handsome—and spacious—adobe compound for nearly a half century,... Read More

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Inn on the Alameda

$$$ | East Side and Canyon Road 303 E. Alameda St.

Near the Plaza and Canyon Road is one of the Southwest's best small hotels. Alameda means \"tree-lined lane,\"... Read More

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Inn on the Alameda

$$$ | East Side and Canyon Road 303 E. Alameda St.

Near the Plaza and Canyon Road is one of the Southwest's best small hotels. Alameda means \"tree-lined lane,\"... Read More

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La Fonda on the Plaza

$$$ | The Plaza 100 E. San Francisco St.

This venerable Downtown landmark underwent its biggest renovation in nearly a century in 2013, its rooms upgra... Read More

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La Fonda on the Plaza

$$$ | The Plaza 100 E. San Francisco St.

This venerable Downtown landmark underwent its biggest renovation in nearly a century in 2013, its rooms upgra... Read More

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