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Saddle up for a great adventure in the Southwest

Home to incredible desert sunsets, art galleries, Native American culture and (of course) the green chile, Santa Fe is a town rich in history, culture and beautiful scenery.

Find adventure, fantastic regional cuisine and a fix for your turquoise jewelry addiction in this desert oasis, voted Best Small City to Visit in America by Condé Nast Traveler. It’s time to discover all that is magical about Santa Fe.

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Stayful Independent & Boutique Hotels in Santa Fe

Complement your Santa Fe adventures by staying at a boutique hotel that suits your unique traveling needs.

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  1. Inn and Spa at Loretto

    Inn and Spa at Loretto

    4 stars
    Downtown Santa Fe
  2. Santa Fe Sage Inn

    Santa Fe Sage Inn

    2 stars
    Downtown Santa Fe
  3. Inn on the Alameda

    Inn on the Alameda

    3 stars
    Downtown Santa Fe
  4. Inn at Santa Fe

    Inn at Santa Fe

    3 stars
    Southern Santa Fe
  5. Garretts Desert Inn

    Garretts Desert Inn

    2 stars
    Downtown Santa Fe
  6. Inn on the Paseo

    Inn on the Paseo

    3 stars
    Downtown Santa Fe
  7. Luxx Boutique Hotel

    Luxx Boutique Hotel

    3 stars
    Downtown Santa Fe
  8. Santa Fe Motel & Inn

    Santa Fe Motel & Inn

    3 stars
    Downtown Santa Fe
Local Guide

With so much to do in Santa Fe, it’s tempting to pack your schedule with activities. But don’t forget to take some time to relax, slow down and chat with the locals. Santa Fe residents have a deep respect for their city and will be happy to recommend off-the-beaten-path adventures and great local restaurants. Just a couple of our favs:

Wet your whistle

Saddle up for light bar food and one of the best margaritas of your life at the Del Charro Saloon

After a day of shopping and exploring, belly up to the bar at the Del Charro Saloon at the Inn of the Governors. They have a reputation for great light bar food and refreshing cocktails for good reason! Go order a House Margarita and a big plate of Nachos Royale (or one of New Mexico's famed Green Chile Cheeseburgers) and find out for yourself.

Time for some history

The Palace of the Governors, currently the state's history museum, was originally constructed as Spain's seat of government for the American Southwest in the early 17th century

Santa Fe is rich in history and culture, and the best way to learn more is by visiting some of its museums. To get the most out of your field trip, ask about the the Santa Fe Museum Pass (discounted admission to four terrific Santa Fe museums) and make sure to include the New Mexico History Museum on your agenda.

What We Love

With over 20 world-class spas, horseback riding trails, skiing/snowboarding, shopping and amazing restaurants, we could go on for days telling you What We Love about Santa Fe, but we’ve managed to narrow it down to just a few.

Get your chile on

The chile sauces served in the historic pueblo-style adobe are nothing short of exceptional – Image pasquals.com

Breakfast, lunch or dinner… there’s never a wrong time for chile, New Mexico’s signature condiment. Cafe Pasqual’s in downtown Santa Fe features delicious (and organic) New Mexican cuisine, and you can find chile on almost everything. When the server asks if you want red or green? No need to choose – order it “Christmas” and get the best of both worlds.

Inn on the Alameda

Enchanting boutique hotel with a central location behind cozy adobe walls

Ideally located in downtown Santa Fe, just steps from the famous art galleries of Canyon Road, is the Inn on the Alameda. The beautifully appointed rooms will immediately relax you into vacation mode. And with a long list of complimentary items (breakfast, parking, WiFi and a nightly wine & cheese reception to name a few), you might just want to move in for good.