Two Luxurious Inns in Santa Fe New Mexico for Some R&R


Below are two resorts to get lost in a little luxury on your next trip to Santa Fe, Mexico.

The Inn and Spa at Loretto: The Inn and Spa at Loretto touts that they’ll capture your senses, with picturesque rose-colored architecture, luxurious spa facilities and savory cuisine, set high in the mountains of Santa Fe.













The Inn features 134 guestrooms, a full-service spa, casual fine dining, art galleries, shops, and a tranquil garden. The Inn is located near the Palace of the Governors and just one block from historic Santa Fe Plaza. The hotel blends old-world charm with world-class splendor and is nestled at the end of the historic Old Santa Fe Trail high in the spectacular Sangre de Cristo Mountains.

They reflect Santa Fe architecture, character and spirit with its traditional beamed ceilings with vigas and latillas, indigenous rugs, handwoven fabrics, and white-washed adobe walls adorned with authentic regional artwork reflect Pueblo, Native American and Spanish culture. They also have crackling kiva fireplaces, soft lighting and candles provide welcoming warmth and comfort.

Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi: The hotel’s aura is one that includes the creative spirit of the region’s Native Americans. Imagine hanging out and sipping a glass of wine while the sun casts shadows on mountains, desert and adobe.









The hotel is a four star and has 58-room boutique hotel in the historic downtown area of Santa Fe. The ambiance is an elegant expression of Southwestern style with massive hand-carved doors, sculptured stairways and sandstone walls that whisper of prehistoric Pueblo living.

Every room in the hotel offers hand-crafted furnishings, four-poster bed and gas-lit kiva fireplace, framed under traditional ceilings of vigas and latillas. Authentic artwork from New Mexicos diverse heritage blends with the intricate geometry of indigenous rugs and hand-woven fabrics. You can choose from a traditional room which is around 300 square feet and has hand-crafted furnishings and a gas-lit kiva fireplace, a Superior room (370 square feet) and a Superior room with a Balcony (410 square feet). The superior room includes a balcony with chaise lounges.


  • Dain Dunston

    Renee, I’ve stayed at both and both are great. Anasazi is a little more upscale and a little smaller and probably the place you’d want to eat. But you can’t go wrong with either since they’re both just steps from the Plaza.