The tri-cultural city of Santa Fe, the oldest state capital in the U., is the setting for The Inn of The Five Graces. Beginning with its Native American influences, western atmosphere and Central and South Asian decor, divert the senses and enjoy all that Santa Fe has to offer. Located in the heart of the historic district just off the Plaza, The Inn has 13 unique suites filled with antiques, silk embroidered linens and other treasures from India and Tibet.Santa Fe is known for its world class restaurants, shops and museums all of which are at your fingertips. Some highlights are the world famous Georgia OKeeffe museum, the Palace of the Governors lined daily with Native Americans selling jewelry and Canyon Road galleries which sell some of the most sophisticated art in the western part of the U.If you want to indulge in excursions and experience the rich history of the land, the concierge team will arrange various ventures to see ancient cliff dwellings, scenic road trips to Taos Pueblo, Georgia OKeefe country in Abiquiu and many other sites surrounding this beautiful city.Centered on the five ways to experience the splendor of the world - sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste ? a stay at this small, luxurious boutique hotel includes elaborate mosaic tiled bathrooms with cavernous tubs and walk in showers, full breakfasts served in front of your fireplace or in a lush courtyard, silk embroidered headboards and a concierge to take care of every detail. If you want to stay close, simply amble across the courtyard to dine in the historic Pink Adobe restaurant, with its southwestern continental cuisine. The Inn can offer cooking classes or arrange almost any activity from horseback riding to snowshoeing in winter. Just minutes from the hotel enjoy downhill skiing or incredible hiking on the same mountain. During the summer months one can catch an opera at our world famous Santa Fe Opera House or one of our world renowned festivals.
From $500.00 to $2,500.00
2 floors and 13 rooms