Whether it’s the sapphire skies or the landscape’s golden tones, Santa Fe’s hotel guests quickly realize that the city is a natural extension of its surroundings and those who sculpted it.
While a guest at your favorite Santa Fe accommodation, plan a fascinating tour of the Native American Pueblos, built after the Anasazi left the area. Some of the pueblos have been transformed into casinos – the most famous one being Isleta Pueblo. Others have become the site of the Indian Market where more than 1000 Native American artists showcase their work. Some Santa Fe hotels have even mimicked this architectural wonder, creating the most authentic experience possible for their guests.
Once you’ve tried Lady Luck in the casinos, be sure to visit the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and marvel at the famed artist’s interpretations of the natural world – especially orchids! And Santa Fe hotel guests will no doubt want to sample the local cuisine. Established in the 1950s, Tiny’s offers the very best in food, drink, and dance. Top off your Santa Fe tour by dining at La Casa Sena, part of the Sena Plaza built in 1868 – a selective destination for festive occasions in the city.