Hotels & Resorts
Houses Of The Moon At Ten Thousand Waves
In the tradition of the Japanese ryokan, guests have a short walk from their rooms to the rustic spa, inspired by Japanese-style mountain hot spring resorts. The distinctive details in each of the 14 unique guest rooms and suites reflect Japanese simplicity, and many include courtyards, decks, a private Japanese garden and a kiva fireplace. Surrounded by 20 acres of piñons and junipers in high mountain wilderness, yet just ten minutes away from downtown Santa Fe, this is your choice for an easily accessible romantic vacation in an exotic destination.
Escape to the glorious New Mexico countryside at this guest ranch, with 12 vacation rental casitas on a 17th-century estancia, or homestead. Located just 15 miles northwest of Santa Fe on the road to Los Alamos, 20 minutes from downtown Santa Fe, Rancho Jacona is a peaceful retreat. Your casita features rustic viga ceilings, a kiva fireplace and other elements of New Mexico style. Stay for a few days or for a while, as lodging includes well-equipped kitchens and laundry facilities.
Ojo Santa Fe Spa And Resort
For a rejuvenating getaway, book one of 20 spacious casitas or 32 resort-style garden view rooms at this 70-acre tranquil oasis, fed by natural springs. Relax with an array of integrative spa services, yoga and other activities. Soak beneath New Mexico's stunning skies in thermal pools, then dine waterside on farm-to-table fare at Blue Heron restaurant. Explore 20 acres of intentionally-designed gardens, paths and walking trails. This serene natural world is located just 20 minutes south of the Santa Fe Plaza.
242 Los Pinos Road
Santa Fe, NM 87507
Bishop’s Lodge, Auberge Resorts Collection
This iconic 1920s resort, situated on 317 acres in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo range of the Rocky Mountains, has been re-envisioned as one of the top resorts in the nation — respecting the property's rich history and original design while incorporating state-of-the-art luxury features throughout its accommodations, grounds and amenities. With 120 new and renovated guests rooms and suites, outdoor pool, trout stream, fitness studio and SkyFire restaurant and bar and Two Dogs Cafe. Re-opening in July 1, 2021.
Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe
Tranquility, serenity, and breathtaking natural beauty greet you at this luxurious resort, dramatically set against the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Stay in an elegant casita and savor the acclaimed cuisine at Terra, the resort's five-star restaurant. Devote the day to wellness and rejuvenation in the renowned spa, with treatments inspired by New Mexico's high-desert mystic energies. Located just a few minutes drive from downtown Santa Fe, Rancho Encantado offers a private sanctuary from which to enjoy the treasures of Santa Fe County.
Bed & Breakfasts
The Bobcat Inn
It can't get more romantic than this sweet bed and breakfast, set out in the country on 10 glorious acres. The spectacular views seem to go on for miles. By day, explore walking trails and relax in the courtyard with a koi pond and waterfall. By night, gaze into Santa Fe County's deep dark skies from your room with panoramic views. Once you've checked in to this authentically restored hacienda, you’ll never want to leave.
6 unique rooms
Rancho De Chimayó Hacienda/Country Inn
Located on the scenic High Road to Taos, this historic hacienda offers Southwestern accommodations in a serene retreat that dates back more than a century. Stay in a cozy Victorian-style guest room that opens onto enclosed private gardens, and start your day with a continental breakfast. Conveniently close to El Santuario de Chimayó, art galleries and the Chimayó Museum, Rancho de Chimayó is the perfect place to stay when you’re leisurely driving on the High Road to Taos.
7 rooms and suites
Imagine waking up to clear country air and heading out the front door for a world-class cycling adventure. On your return, soak blissfully in a hand-built cedar hot tub, then take a walk down Arroyo Gallina, the namesake of this unique inn and “eco-retreat.” Located on a historic ranch south of Santa Fe, Rancho Gallina lies off the Turquoise Trail Scenic Byway, an ancient mining and trading route that leads to the historic mining towns of Cerrillos, Madrid, and Golden.
Rancheros De Santa Fe Rv Resort And Campground
Located on historic Route 66, just minutes from downtown Santa Fe, this scenic RV resort and campgrounds are set among native piñonand juniper trees. Rancheros de Santa Fe offers sites for RVs of all sizes, along with tent camping and camping cabins. It’s a great place to really get away from it all.
Santa Fe Koa Campgrounds
Park your RV, pitch your tent or relax in a camping cabin, surrounded by the beauty of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. You may spot a hummingbird or two while you're staying at Santa Fe KOA Campgrounds, just a short drive from downtown Santa Fe.
Santa Fe Skies RV Park
Marvel at the panoramic views of gorgeous sunsets and star-filled nights at this family-owned, full-service RV park. Set on a hilltop just south of the city, Santa Fe Skies RV Park offers sites for short- and long-term stays.
Yurts At Hyde Memorial State Park
Connect with the heart of nature in Hyde Memorial State Park's ponderosa pine mountain forest, where three yurts provide a unique lodging experience that's rooted in an ancient nomadic tradition. Each yurt contains six single beds that can be grouped together in various configurations. Kick back in your outside activity area, with a fire ring, dining table and food safe, to keep the critters away. Vault toilets and water are just a short walk away.