Date April 14, 2008 at 10:00 PM
Categories Lodging & Travel
Hotel Santa Fe, what a perfect excuse to get away, where the sights, sounds and aromas of the Southwest join together to ignite the senses, unlike any other place in the world.
Upon your arrival, you will discover the richest textures of Native American artistry.
As Santa Fe's only Native American-owned hotel, located in the historic Guadalupe district just a few short blocks from the plaza. We provide more than just incomparable accommodations and a super location. We offer a chance to see the city through the eyes of the people who know it best, the Picuris Pueblo. Upon arrival, you will discover the richest textures of southwestern artistry. Our unique rooms and suites feature amenities and furnishings with the authentic flavor of Santa Fe. Witness the native traditions and culture, from dinner in a teepee, authentic ceremonial dances on our patio, savoring the flavor of traditional pueblo bread or songs and tales by local musicians and story-tellers by our Kiva fireplace.
Hotel Santa Fe also offers an outdoor pool and hot tub, full spa treatments and our Amaya Restaurant featuring innovative Native cuisine from traditional American Indian fare. Amaya highlights local Pueblo and northern New Mexican influences, as well as regional foods from around the U.S. The casual, inviting atmosphere keeps the focus on fine food and conversation. Amaya also offers seasonal garden patio dining with majestic mountain views and private dinners in our Teepee.
The Hacienda, Hotel Santa Fe's 4 star/4 Diamond addition nestled next to Hotel Santa fe, offers 35 rooms and suites designed to give guest the ultimate in Santa Fe luxury accommodations and unequaled personalized service.
The Hacienda at Hotel Santa Fe, a beautiful new $8 million-dollar addition in a private and intimate setting with over $1 million dollars in Native American Art. Nestled next to the Hotel Santa Fe, and connected by an elegant landscaped portal. While an integral part of Hotel Santa, and designed in the same Pueblo-style architecture, The Hacienda nevertheless retains its own identity, a seamless blend of Santa Fe's predominant cultures: Native American and Hispanic.
The Hacienda's rooms are the quintessence of luxury, with corner fireplaces, 10' ceilings, handcrafted Southwestern furnishings and duvets on every bed, for cozy comfort on chilly mountain nights. Many of The Hacienda's suites have vigas - ceiling beams traditional to old-adobe structures - and polished hardwood floors, with Southwestern-style rugs and counterpoints. Bathrooms are outfitted with granite counters; tile floors and oversized walk-in showers. At The Hacienda, no detail has been overlooked, from the 27" television sets, the coffee makers, the roomy armoires and the in-room humidifiers to the personal service of The Hacienda's London-trained butler, who will fulfill even the most exacting requests, from organizing travel plans and securing dinner reservations to arranging private gallery or museum tours. He'll even unpack valises and have travel-weary clothing pressed!
The check-in procedure at The Hacienda in designed to be a luxurious, seamless experience. Upon arrival, guest will be greeted by their butler. He will personally escort them to their rooms, help them settle in, offer to unpack, then note the newspapers of choice and any other special needs, such as reservations or other arrangements. Once credit-card information is taken, check-in is complete. And it's the only check-in ever needed at The Hacienda. From that moment on, each guest's information and special requirements will remain on file. On the next visit, the room-complete with all those special touches that create "your home-away-from home" will be ready and waiting.
The Hacienda at Hotel Santa Fe also offers an outdoor pool and hot tub, full spa treatments and our Amaya Restaurant featuring innovative Native cuisine from traditional American Indian fare. Amaya highlights local Pueblo and northern New Mexican influences, as well as regional foods from around the U.S. The casual, inviting atmosphere keeps the focus on fine food and conversation. Amaya also offers seasonal garden patio dining with majestic mountain views and private dinners in our Teepee.
Reflecting the beauty of the surrounding Sangre de Christo Mountains our new 5000 sq ft spa and fitness center is designed to artfully blend style, relaxation and comfort. With walls bathed in soothing earth-tone colors and ceilings painted as the amazing New Mexico Sky you will find the ideal environment to relax and enjoy each treatment. Lose yourself in a Native American inspired treatment that draws on ancient healing techniques using indigenous plants and herbs to evoke a sense of renewed energy and spirit" ¦this experience is like no place else except Santa Fe.
All Hacienda rooms also have Fireplaces & Butler Service & Complimentary Breakfast