Located in Santa Fe's old quarter of historic downtown is the Pueblo Bonito Inn, a fine example of local architecture and style. This charming turn-of-the-century inn is a five-minute walk from some of the most impressive sites in New Mexico. Discover the enticing restaurants, quirky shops, intriguing art galleries, and impressive sites of interest.
Although situated near downtown, the Pueblo Bonito embraces a quiet, intimate atmosphere surrounded by looming adobe walls, massive shade trees, and a garden sheltering the inn from the nearby hustle-and-bustle. Enjoy Pueblo Bonito's unique bre. . .
Secluded historic adobe compound in downtown Santa Fe, NM.
Winner of the USCA award for the Best of Santa Fe in the Bed & Breakfast category for 2009 and 2010, the Water Street Inn is centrally located three blocks from the Plaza, surrounded by fine restaurants, galleries and shops. Enjoy Santa Fe's premiere piano bar and restaurant “Vanessie” right next door.
The authentic spacious rooms all have private baths, telephones, voice mail, TV/VCR/DVD, CD players, wireless internet access, hair dryers, robes and room
service and are beautifully appointed with southwest art, artifacts and photography.
Above all, the defining quality of the Wa. . .
The Bobcat Inn, a Santa Fe bed and breakfast, was originally an old hacienda that has been authentically renovated to preserve its original integrity. It includes a beautiful courtyard and koi pond; it is pueblo-style adobe. Located in the foothills 7.5 miles southeast of Santa Fe, we can be your choice for lodging in New Mexico.
Our Santa Fe, New Mexico bed and breakfast is nestled on 10 acres of forested land with views of the mesa for miles and miles. In the summer, weather permitting, we serve breakfast on our portal. We also serve a high tea in the summer on Saturdays by reservation.. . .
La Posada de Taos Bed & Breakfast is a historic adobe inn just two blocks from the Taos Plaza. As the first B&B in Taos, La Posada is unique among the town's small Inns. Set inside the Taos Historic District, the home has stayed true to its roots as a Pueblo-style Hacienda. The guest rooms are each decorated in a style true to Taos and original artwork adorns the
walls throughout the home.
Our position close to Taos Plaza affords opportunities few others have: strolls through the shops and galleries, immediate access to the finest restaurants in Taos, and short walks to the Harwood and B. . .
It is an easy walk to everything in downtown Santa Fe. The Plaza, Railyard area, Canyon Road, Capitol, Guadalupe Street are all within a few blocks. Galleries, restaurants, shopping, all close to your Santa Fe casita. All of the casitas are a little different, decorated by name theme. Amore... love, Bonita... beautiful, Corazon... heart, Desero... desire, Espiritu... spirit and Flores... flowers. All are wonderful and inviting.. . .
The newest hotel in downtown Santa Fe, the Old Santa Fe Inn is designed in an authentic Southwestern architectural style, with the overall design and our private closed courtyard and parking area creating the feeling of a traditional Pueblo Indian community.. . .
While Santa Fe has been intriguing and charming travelers for more than 400 years, La Fonda on the Plaza has been providing warm and friendly accommodations for generations. This historic, landmark hotel is just steps from the Plaza and sits quite literally at the terminus of the Santa Fe Trail. La Fonda is steeped in history, filled with art and offers authentic Santa Fe hospitality.
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Inn on the Paseo is a bed & breakfast, -an inviting haven of traditional Southwestern hospitality that awaits you in Santa Fe, The City Different. Here sophisticated city charm and laid-back country living blend perfectly.
Our friendly B&B service is matched by the convenience of our location on historic Paseo de Peralta, in the heart of Santa Fe. The Inn is your gateway to a bustling plaza lined with world-class shopping, galleries, restaurants and museums.. . .
We welcome you to the Sitzmark Chalet where every guest is treated with a friendly smile and personal service. We offer reasonable rates while still providing you with a clean, cozy, nicely appointed room. . . .
La Paloma Hot Springs and Spa is located in the historical district of Truth or Consequences. We are one of two remaining bath houses that provide private soaking in free flowing Artesian pools. Our water flows up directly from the source (earth) through the ground into our five rock-bottomed pools. No pumping or pipes are necessary!
La Paloma, formerly Marshall Miracle Pools, was the first car park in T or C. The rooms were cabins constructed for housing for the workers building the dam at Elephant Butte Lake. The dam was completed in 1916 and the “cabins” were then moved to the present si. . .
Summer Discounts available - soaking included with overnight stay
As you pass through the Chihuahuan Desert and Guadalupe Mountains of southeastern New Mexico and west Texas—filled with prickly pear, chollas, sotols and agaves—you might never guess there are more than 300 known caves beneath the surface. The park contains 116 of these caves, formed when sulfuric acid dissolved the surrounding limestone, creating some of the largest caves in North America.
All visitors to the park should tour the main section of the cave, the Big Room self-guided tour. The 8.2-acre Big Room is partially wheelchair accessible. The Natural Entrance self-guided tour is also v. . .
The foothills of the largest peaks in New Mexico are the pristine setting of the Taos Pueblo village. Taos Pueblo is the only living Native American community designated both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark. The multi-storied adobe buildings have been continuously inhabited for over 1000 years. We welcome you to visit our village when you travel to northern New Mexico.. . .