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Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe
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Why Stay At Hotel Chimayo de Santa Fe
Authentic New Mexican touches are on display at this 56-room Santa Fe hotel, which takes its inspiration from a tiny town 30 minutes north.
Hotel Chimayó, just one block from Santa Fe's historic plaza, draws its inspiration from the tiny 17th-century New Mexican town of Chimayó, located 30 minutes north of hotel. There, in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, artisans create the traditional woven blankets, bronze sculptures, and pueblo pottery on display throughout the 56-room hotel, where natural wood and muted browns serve as a backdrop for the traditional art and, in some rooms, kiva fireplaces. A bonus: To honor its mission to support Santa Fe's cultural causes, Hotel Chimayó contributes a small portion of its revenue to organizations that support local children in need.
On-site staffers will also help arrange for a tour of Chimayó, which depart from the property's folk-art-filled lobby.
Arrive at Santa Fe County Municipal Airport (SAF) which is approximately 14 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 30 minutes of travel time.125 Washington Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Business Center
- Pet Friendly
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- Concierge Services
- Walking Tours
- Laundry Service
- Fitness Center (next door)
- Outdoor Heated Pool (next door)
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Individually Designed
- Luxury Frette Linens
- Desk Areas
- Hair Dryers
- Irons + Ironing Boards
- Private or shared Patios or Balconies
- Woodburning Fireplaces (some)
- Bar + Lounge
- Tea + Coffee Service in-room (fee)
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.
120 Veterans Highway, Taos, NM 87571.
Outdoor Excursion: Visiting during ski season? Check out Ski Santa Fe for some of the highest-elevation slopes in the continental United States. During the summer, opt for a mountainside picnic with a view.
New Mexico State Highway 475.
Where to Eat: Mucho Gusto Mexican Restaurant serves authentic Mexican cuisine such as shredded lamb tacos (cooked in sweet, red-chili barbeque and served on soft tortillas), topped with house-made salsa and guacamole.
839 Paseo De Peralta
Dinner for two $30.
Where to Drink: Hotel Chimayó's Low 'n Slow Lowrider Bar spotlights the the "low rider" car culture of Santa Fe. Check out the bar's collection of Jack Parson photos, which highlight the custom-car counterculture.
125 Washington Ave.
Drinks for two $25.
Why Go Now
Now through - August 25, 2012
They Wove for Horses: Diné Saddle Blankets Exhibition
This exhibit spotlights traditional Navajo weaving techniques.
The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, Santa Fe.
August 3 - 5, 2012
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 6, 2012
Will Shuster's Zozobra 2012
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 22-23, 2012
Santa Fe Renaissance Fair
A two-day celebration with vaudeville-style entertainment by Santa Fe's Clan Tynker performers.
El Rancho de las Golondrinas, Santa Fe.