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Need Lodging For Your Stay in Santa Fe?

At the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, you’ll find a city unlike any other destination in the world. Ancient traditions of hospitality are enhanced by modern amenities for a truly unique experience. Stay at one of our preferred hotels and enjoy your visit to the land of enchantment.

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Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado in Santa Fe

A luxury resort getaway in the heart of New Mexico featuring Four Seasons service excellence.


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Drury Plaza Hotel In Santa Fe

Near Historic Plaza, 182 spacious light-filled rooms, free hot breakfast, and the 5:30 PM Kickback.


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Bishop’s Lodge

Discover the newly reimagined Bishop’s Lodge, a historical property situated on 317 lush acres just minutes from downtown Santa Fe. Experience “The Art of Adventure and the Adventure of Art.”


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Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi

An intimate world-class retreat, reflecting a sophisticated aesthetic while still celebrating the hotel’s Southwestern spirit.


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Other Area Lodgings

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The Sage Hotel

Close to the Plaza and Railyard District with newly renovated and stylish rooms at affordable rates.


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Casas de Santa Fe

Exceptional, luxury vacation rentals for your enhanced Santa Fe experience. Live like a local.


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La Fonda On the Plaza

Embracing the spirit of hospitality since 1922. Let your Santa Fe adventure begin where art and history meet. Steps from museums, galleries & shopping.


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Hotel Santa Fe

Located in historic downtown Santa Fe, experience Santa Fe’s only Native American owned hotel.


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If New Mexico is the ‘Land of Enchantment,’
then Santa Fe is the source of that spell.