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The Inn of the Five Graces
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Why Stay At The Inn of the Five Graces
Twenty-four opulent suites surrounding a leafy courtyard on a side street near Santa Fe's historic plaza.
Few hotels in Santa Fe have the whimsy of this 24-room gem, in the historic Barrio de Analco, where an adobe exterior belies the charms inside. The property, which opened in 1996, is an exotic retreat that mixes cultural touches from New Mexico (kilim rugs; kiva fireplaces) with those from the Far East (the Tibetan and Chinese antiques were hand-selected by the innkeepers). Complimentary Southwestern-style breakfasts are served in the dining area or the tree-shaded courtyard, and a wine and cheese snack is set out in the patio every Friday at 5 p.m. One more reason to stay? A Tibetan and East Indian-inspired on-site spa.
Take advantage of the historian-led walking tours of Santa Fe, which depart every Saturday at 10 a.m.
Turndown service is included in the rate, but you'll need to request it. Along with dimmed lights, you'll also find a plate of cookies.
Arrive at Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ) which is approximately 66 miles from the inn. Anticipate about 80 minutes of travel time.150 East DeVargas Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Connecting Courtyards
- Spa Services
- Fitness Center
- Professional Trainers
- Individually Decorated
- Walk-in Showers
- Soaking Tubs
- Fireplaces (some)
- Sitting Areas (some)
- Dining Room
- In-Room Dining
- Restaurants nearby
- Bars nearby
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Wine + Cheese Snack nightly
- Rates are for two people. Some rooms may accommodate one additional person for $75 per night
- Full Breakfast for two
- Welcome chips and salsa
- Complimentary Non-Alcoholic Mini-Bar Restocked Daily
- Complimentary Valet Parking
- Complimentary Access to Fitness Room
Why We Love Santa Fe
The second oldest town in the United States, Santa Fe is known for its unique adobe architecture and vibrant art scene, including the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum and the Museum of Indian Arts. The city is an up-and-coming culinary destination as well.
Outdoor Excursion: Broken Ridge Saddle Company offers horseback riding tours through Devil's Canyon and Franklin Ridge for glimpses of jagged cliffs and scenic valleys.
From $55 per person.
Where to Eat: The Southwestern menu at La Casa Sena reflects chef Patrick Gharrity's commitment to supporting local agriculture. Pair the quinoa and pink-lentil tamale with a glass of 2009 24 Knots Pinot Noir.
125 E. Place Ave.
Dinner for two $100.
Where to Drink: At Secreto Bar & Loggia, bartender Chris Milligan shakes and stirs made-from-scratch cocktails inspired by the classics. Try the Negroni, a mix of Campari, gin, and sweet vermouth with an orange twist.
210 Don Gaspar Ave.
Drinks for two $20.
Why Go Now
February 22-24, 2013
Celebrate a weekend of art, fashion, food, wine, and home design with tours around the city. Charitable proceeds support local schools.
July 7-8, 2013
Santa Fe Wine Festival
A two-day festival celebrating New Mexico wines from 16 different wineries.
October 16-20, 2013
Santa Fe Independent 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.