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What We Love

  • Authentic Native American–inspired decor and a relaxing ambience throughout the lobby and guestrooms
  • Serene on-site spa offers special treatments that reflect the desert environment
  • Rooms in the newer Hacienda section, located in a separate building, come with butlers, free breakfast and drinks
  • Convenient location just blocks from Santa Fe’s revitalized Railyard District
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What To Know

  • Traditional rooms do not have a bathtub; the hotel is in the process of replacing all bathtubs with walk-in showers
  • All Hacienda rooms are on the ground floor; suites are on the upper levels
  • A resort fee of $19 per day includes amenities such as WiFi, bottled water, gym access, on-site parking and shuttles to downtown


  •  Bar
  •  Eco-Friendly
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Beautiful pueblo-style boutique hotel with an eco-friendly vibe and the desert spirit of Santa Fe

The Lowdown

The reclaimed mesquite wood floors in the lobby set the tone for the sophisticated, sustainable vibe in this luxe property, located just a few blocks from Santa Fe’s historic plaza. The aesthetic reflects an authentic Native American influence, with weekly live music performances and lectures, and indigenous art throughout. The property’s commitment to sustainability is equally impressive. In 2015 the hotel became the first in the U.S. to power its guestrooms solely by solar. The desert-hued room decor, meanwhile, is anchored by hand-crafted Southwestern pine furniture and impossibly comfortable beds. Unwind after a day of sightseeing at the on-site spa, where the treatments give a nod to Santa Fe’s desert environs; think Moccasin Dance reflexology or a White Sage massage.

In the Area

Spend a day exploring the nearby Railyard District, a revitalized 50-acre area of former warehouses that now house artist studios, galleries, restaurants and succulent-filled gardens. Start at the popular Santa Fe Farmers Market, just one block from the hotel and brimming with Southwestern produce and locally made goodies, before strolling among the chic art galleries. The area is a culinary mecca, too. Tuck into Latin-style plates at El Tesoro, an aptly named hidden treasure; mingle among locals over Italian at Andiamo; or people-watch on the patio with a margarita and five-pepper nachos at Cowgirl BBQ.

How to Get There

Hotel Santa Fe, The Hacienda and Spa
1501 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, NM 87501 United States