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Inn and Spa at Loretto

Santa Fe, New Mexico

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Hotel Report

Why Stay At Inn and Spa at Loretto

Experience authentic Santa Fe at this renovated pueblo-style inn, now with Native American design elements (geometric patterns, bold colors) and a renowned southwestern-style restaurant.

The Scoop

Taking its name from Santa Fe's famous Loretto Chapel next door, the Inn and Spa at Loretto recently underwent a major renovation that looked to the area's Native American Pueblo Indians folklore for inspiration. Historic photos and maps and artisan-made items throughout the inn reflect the hotel's celebrated history while guest spaces—in vibrant hues of deep terracotta red and Navajo gold—are accented by the black and white patterns often used in Anasazi pottery and blankets. The spacious, comfortable rooms (all with oversize leather reading chairs and some with private balconies) look out to the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the nearby chapel, or the inn's lavender-scented gardens. And the location, just a few blocks from the historic Santa Fe Plaza, can't be beat.

Insider Tips

Book the Native Desert Sage Massage at the hotel spa, which uses a rare, house-crafted desert sage oil blend to relax sore muscles.

Request an indoor table next to the fireplace at the hotel's restaurant, Luminaria, which serves locally-purveyed dishes (such as Santa Fe paella and New Mexico dry aged lamb) that incorporate native spices and ingredients.

Awards and Recognitions

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A-List, Top 10 Santa Fe Luxury Hotels
- Luxury Travel Magazine

Four-Diamond Award
- AAA

Award of Excellence
- Wine Spectator

Preferred Airport

Arrive at Albuquerque International Airport (ABQ), which is approximately 70 miles from the inn. Anticipate about 90 minutes of travel time.

211 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States

Hotel Features

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Property Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Eco-Friendly Practices
  • Outdoor Heated Pool
  • Laundry Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Wireless Internet Access
  • Live Entertainment
  • Art Collection
  • Boutique
  • Lounge
In-Room Amenities
  • Private Balconies
  • Flat-Panel Televisions
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Bathrobes
  • Turndown Service
  • CD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Coffee Makers
Dining & Nightlife
  • Restaurant
  • 24-Hour Room Service
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Why We Love Santa Fe

Art. Art. And, art. Creativity and stunning natural splendor collide in this sophisticated South Western city.

Don't Miss

Best Breakfast: Aztec Café. Grab a table in the outdoor covered patio, where the egg burritos are fiery, the coffee is fair trade, and the chai tea blend is made in-house. Breakfast for two $15. 317 Aztec St. 505/820-0025.

Undiscovered Arts Spot: The Allan Houser sculpture garden. A 30-minute drive south of Santa Fe, the garden features 85 of the American artist's most famous bronze, steel, and stone sculptures set amid 110 acres of juniper pines. Admission $15 per person, by appointment only. Turquoise Trail, Hwy 14. 505/471-1528.

Let Loose: El Faro. Santa Fe's oldest cantina, this is the spot for live music and a weekly flamenco dance performance (Saturday nights at 5PM). Dinner for two $80. 808 Canyon Rd. 505/983-9912.
Whimsical skies stretch over Santa Fe.

Whimsical skies stretch over Santa Fe.

Why Go Now

August 2 - 4, 2013
Silver Clay Festival
The inaugural celebration highlights the many uses of clay, from pottery to claymation. Demos and workshops take place in downtown art galleries.
Silver City, New Mexico.

September 5, 2013
Will Shuster's Zozobra 2013
Conceived in 1924 by Santa Fe artist William Howard Shuster, Jr., this yearly performance involves the ceremonial burning of a giant, mobile effigy, the Zozobra.
Fort Marcy Park, Santa Fe.

September 25 - 29, 2013
Santa Fe Wine and Chile Fiesta
Wine seminar, cooking demonstrations, tours and tastings around town.
Various venues around Santa Fe.

Inn and Spa at Loretto

Santa Fe, New Mexico

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