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"One of America’s oldest and most beautiful cities" according to Rough Guides, Santa Fe is a special destination, and the Inn and Spa at Loretto is one of its best-known hotels. The property is modeled on the adobe village of Taos Pueblo (a national landmark) and draws a loyal crowd with classic Southwestern decor and a terrific downtown location, one block from Santa Fe Plaza.
The hotel is surrounded by some of the area’s top museums, including the New Mexico Museum of Art and the Santa Fe Children's Museum. Santa Fe’s position on the edge of the Rockies means it’s also good for outdoor activities, including hiking in the summer and skiing in the winter.
There’s plenty at the hotel to keep guests occupied too, including two restaurants, a heated outdoor pool, a small fitness center and a spa. Luminaria’s fine dining focuses on creative Southwestern dishes like sea bass with corn quinoa and chimichurri. Opt for a table outdoors in warmer months -- the romantic terrace is surrounded by lavender-scented gardens. There’s also a chic cocktail bar, which hosts two happy hours (5-6:30pm and 9-10pm).
Rooms have terracotta-red walls and patterned blankets lending a warm Southwestern look. All are decorated with work from local artists, and some come with kiva fireplaces. Leather armchairs, carpeted floors and wooden headboards keep the rooms cozy despite their spacious size -- Fodor’s notes that they’re some of the largest in the downtown area. Pricier rooms have private or shared balconies, and the best have views over the gothic Loretto Chapel next door.
There is a daily resort fee of $14 per room, which covers local calls, newspapers, Internet access, morning coffee and use of the fitness room.
Laundry and dry cleaning service Monday through Friday only.
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