Most lodging in Santa Fe County consists of Inns and Bed & Breakfasts but there are high-quality hotels in the area as well.
Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado santa fe
Set against the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Rancho Encantado offers guests serenity, privacy and luxury. Located within a few minutes drive from the Santa Fe Downtown Plaza. Designed to be a destination of wellness and rejuvenation, tapping into the mystic energies for which the New Mexico desert is famous. The resort masterfully complements the breathtaking northern New Mexico landscape with the tranquility of 65 elegantly designed casitas, renowned spa and fine dining, creating an amazing and unique experience that could only come from a Four Seasons managed property.
Rancho Encantado speaks to the true spirit of Santa Fe and the rich culture and history inspired by this Southwest region. Nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains on 57 acres with stunning views of the Jemez Mountains and Rio Grande River and Valley, Rancho Encantado offers a private sanctuary from which to enjoy the treasures of Santa Fe.
The resort encompasses a main lodge and a series of smaller buildings that includes the 65 surrounding luxury casita guest rooms and suites. The main lodge includes a restaurant and lounge, meeting space, a large courtyard with spectacular views, and outdoor fireplaces. The resort’s full-service spa and movement studio are located adjacent to the pool, conveniently located near the main lodge.
198 State Road 592
Santa Fe, NM 87506
Houses of the Moon at Ten Thousand Waves
Ten Thousand Waves - Houses of the Moon
In the tradition of the Japanese ryokan, guests have a short walk to the spa. Surrounded by twenty acres of pinons and junipers. You’re surrounded by twenty acres of pinons and junipers, yet downtown is only ten minutes away. For an easily accessible romantic vacation to an exotic destination, there’s no better choice.
Morning Access to Spa
On the days the spa opens at 10:30 a.m., the Kojiro Bath will be available for our lodging guests (men & women/suits optional) from 9 a.m. until the spa opens (every day except Tuesday).
21 Ten Thousand Waves Way
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Rancho Jacona is a year-round homebase for families vacationing in northern New Mexico, and is child and pet friendly. Providing 10 fully furnished and equipped adobe casitas, from 1 to 3 bedrooms, in a quiet, rural area off main roads. 10 Casitas/kitchens, Credit Cards Accepted : Three Day Minimum
Sunrise Springs spa Resort
Come rest, relax, and rejuvenate at this tranquil oasis located on 70 acres fed by natural springs. Discover enchanting accomodations, spa services, yoga, and a wide range of activities. The Sunrise Springs 70-acre spa resort includes 90,000 sq. ft. of thoughtfully-designed spaces that embody the textures and tones of the stunning high desert including:
20 spacious and well-appointed casitas, each with a gas fireplace and private courtyard
32 resort-style garden view guest rooms overlooking the property’s sacred Medicine Wheel
Greenhouse, raised garden beds and culinary classroom
Blue Heron Restaurant and Sages Café
Yoga and fitness studios, and swimming pool
Animal interaction areas including expansive chicken coop
Expressive arts studio
20 acres of intentionally-designed gardens, paths and walking trails, and more than 50 acres of undeveloped land for exploration
242 Los Pinos Road
Santa Fe, NM 87507
The Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa
Currently Under Renovation and Expansion. Reopening Autumn 2018. A historic ranch resort located in the foothills of New Mexico's Sangre de Cristo Mountains is set on 317 acres. Located within a short drive from the Santa Fe Downtown Plaza.
123 New and Renovated Guest Rooms and Suites
The location offers guests a sense of tranquility, calmness and serenity yet only minutes from the historic Plaza, shopping, museums and restaurants.
1297 Bishops Lodge Road
Bishop’s Lodge Road,
Santa Fe, NM 87506
505.983.6377 / 800.419.0492
Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort and Spa Named an Historic Hotel of America
Bishop’s Lodge Ranch Resort and Spa in Santa Fe is now part of Historic Hotels of America, a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. To be eligible for this designation, a hotel must be at least 50 years old, listed or eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places, or recognized locally as having historic significance. Bishop’s Lodge is one of more than 200 hotels and resorts throughout the country recognized by Historic Hotels for preserving and maintaining their historic integrity, architecture and ambiance.
Bishop’s Lodge is on the site of ancient ruins inhabited by the Tesuque people. It became part of a Spanish land grant in 1743, and farmers grew squash, corn and wheat on the land. In 1853, Jean Baptiste Lamy, a French priest, was appointed Bishop of Santa Fe. Seeking a retreat, Lamy found the site, three miles north of Santa Fe, and bought small parcels of land over time. He eventually built a house, a small chapel, and landscaped the land.
After his death, the land passed through a succession of owners, among them the Pulitzer family. The Thorpe family bought it in 1918 and began extensive expansions, constructing many of the present lodges, the equestrian area, the swimming pool, tennis courts and a skeet shooting range. In 1998 Thorpe heirs sold the property to the present owners.
In addition to its designation by the National Register, Historic Hotels is a brand of the Preferred Hotel Group.