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La Posada Santa Fe
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Why Stay At La Posada Santa Fe
This downtown Santa Fe resort marries its Victorian roots to the local art scene, with an in-house curator who provides tours of the on-site collection.
Located on six quiet acres just a few blocks from the Plaza, La Posada de Santa Fe Resort is a mix of styles, both old and new: the Victorian mansion (circa 1882) is now the Staab House bar; the 157 hotel rooms take inspiration from Pueblo architecture; the art collection focuses on contemporary Western artists. Many of the adobe-style rooms include kiva fireplaces and patios, with some have restored antique maple floors and mud walls. There are four restaurants on site, including the highly regarded Fuego; the spa has a eucalyptus steam room, a heated pool, and a rooftop terrace.
The original owner, Julia Staab, is one of Santa Fe's most famous ghosts; she is said to frequent the lounge and room 100.
Catch the in-house art curator's informal talk every Friday around 4:30 p.m. She also leads guided tours on request.
Arrive at Santa Fe Municipal Airport (SAF) which is approximately 11 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 25 minutes of travel time. You may also elect to fly to Albuquerque International Airport (ABQ). Travel time is about 80 minutes.330 East Palace Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Salon Services
- Rooftop Terrace
- Heated Pool
- Personal Training
- Yoga Sessions
- Seasonal Activities
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Free Bottled Water
- 37-inch LCD TVs
- In-Room Safes
- Plush Bathrobes
- Luxury Toiletries
- In-Room Coffee + Tea
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Custom Mini Bars
- Hair Dryers
- Four Restaurants
- In-room Dining
- Max occupancy is 2 adults + 2 children
- Access to fitness center, steam room and year-round heated outdoor pool and hot tub
- Morning lobby coffee and tea service
- Wine tastings and Chef's reception
- In-room Starbucks and Tazo Tea service
- Spanish Guitar and Jazz performances
- Courtesy shuttle service within 2 miles
- Valet Parking
- WiFi, business center, fax service, free local and (800) calls
A Resort Fee will be collected on the checkout page and will include:
Why We Love Santa Fe
Named a UNESCO Creative City for its crafts and folk art, Santa Fe was the home of Georgia O'Keeffe and is still a stop for collectors of contemporary fine art.
72 W. Marcy St., Santa Fe.
Dinner for two $90.
Where to Drink: Locals willing to splurge head to the rooftop patio at Coyote Café for sunset views and innovative cocktails like the Edible Gin Martini, garnished with Bombay-infused cucumbers.
132 W. Water St.
Drinks for two $25.
Best Day Trip: Pack walking shoes for the rough terrain at Acoma Pueblo, a cliff-top village that's been standing on a 367-foot sandstone mesa since the 9th century.
Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum.
Guided tours $20.
Why Go Now
December 6-9, 2012
Santa Fe Film Festival
The film festival spans four days and features a variety of independent films. Kick-off at Cowgirl BBQ.
319 S. Guadalupe St.
General admission $15.
December 24, 2012
Canyon Road Farolito Walk
On Christmas Eve, small bonfires called luminarias light Santa Fe's art district on Canyon Road.
Downtown Santa Fe.
May 25-26, 2013
Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival
Native American artists from a wide variety of tribes and pueblos show and sell their works; a portion of the proceeds benefit the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture.
Santa Fe Convention Center.