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Hotel St. Francis
Santa Fe, New MexicoEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Hotel St. Francis
Santa Fe's mission-style Hotel St. Francis is within walking distance of the historic plaza, the Georgia O'Keefe Museum, and the Palace of the Governors.
Though this 81-room hotel is set just one block from Santa Fe's main plaza, it's as if the calming spirit of St. Francis, the hotel's namesake and the patron saint of the city, has cast a serene spell on this historic hideaway. Yes, there's the Spicy Secreto, the Secreto Bar's signature cocktail comprised of Cabana Cachaca, St. Germain elderflower liqueur, cucumber, and jalapeno; otherwise, the mood throughout the Mission-style property is decidedly quiet, thanks to tiered chandeliers and cast-iron wall scones that create a tranquil, romantic feel. Rooms are equally as subdued, with rough-hewn floors and weathered wood furnishings, all of which was crafted by local artisans using traditional methods from Mexico and Spain.
Secreto Bar's mixologist, Chris Milligan, uses fresh fruits and vegetables to craft unique cocktails like the Cucumber Collins or gin-based Basil-ica, which incorporates for fresh basil.
Don't miss the daily high tea, when chef Estevan, a former Franciscan monk, serves goat milk flan and pastelles de tres leches (a moist Mexican cake).
Arrive at Santa Fe Municipal Airport (SAF) which is approximately 12 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 25 minutes of travel time.210 Don Gaspar Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- High-speed Internet Access
- Fitness Center
- In-room Spa Treatments
- Business Center
- Pet Friendly
- 24-hour Front Desk
- Concierge Service
- Laundry Service
- Smoke-free Property
- Walking Tours from Hotel
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Flat-screen Cable TVs
- Individually controlled A/C
- Pillow top Mattresses
- Down Comforters
- Mini Fridge (request)
- In-room Safes
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Hair Dryers
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Outdoor Dining
- Bar + Lounge
- In-room Dining
- Maximum occupancy for both room is 2 adults and 1 child sharing existing bedding
- Split of Gruet Champagne
Why We Love Santa Fe
Despite its vibrant population of skiers and hikers, painters and photographers, alternative healers, and hippies, this city remains strongly connected to its Spanish-Native American heritage—and to the pristine landscape that surrounds it.
150 Washington Ave.
Dinner for two from $50.
Where to Drink: Flamenco dancers, live music, and a standout wine list are the staples at Santa Fe's oldest lounge and restaurant, El Faro. Wines from around the world, including New Mexico's own Gruet Blanc de Noir Cava, are served during nightly dance performances.
808 Canyon Rd.
Drinks for two from $25.
Best Day Trip: The Tewa Indian and Hispanic arts communities operate shops and artists' galleries in Chimayó, a 30-minute drive north in the Sangre de Cristo foothills. Head there for natural dyed woolens and folk art, such as retablos (paintings of saints on wood).
Why Go Now
September 16, 2012
Burning of Zozobra and Santa Fe Fiesta
The streets are filled with joyous shouts of "Viva la Fiesta" when the oldest community event in the U.S. takes place.
Santa Fe Plaza and various venues.
October 6-7, 2012
Celebrate at a living history museum dedicated to the heritage and culture of Spanish Colonial New Mexico.
El Rancho de las Golondrinas. 334 Los Pinos Road.
December 6-9, 2012
Santa Fe Film Festival
Showcases films made in the Southwest as well as independent American-made narrative films, films made outside the U.S., documentaries and art films celebrating the creative spirit.