A timeless retreat for your southwestern sojourn.
Inn of the Governors shares a unique vision of hospitality that has been enchanting visitors for over five decades. With its sun-kissed adobe walls and spirited history, the Inn takes guests on a journey that unveils a beautiful blend of heritage, culture, and captivating elegance.
An enchanting oasis in the middle of it all.
At the very center of Santa Fe lies a treasure trove of stories, echoing with vibrant tales from its past. Just a century ago, the Inn's location belonged to an ice cavern, which was used for storing ice as a water supply during scorching southwestern summers. Prior to the Inn's establishment in 1965, the same spot was occupied by a livery stable and an auto shop. Today, it's safe to say that the Inn of the Governors is here to stay—not only as a place to rest your head but also as a testament to Santa Fe's history and a living embodiment of its spirit and resilience.
Your home in the heart of Santa Fe.
Vibrant hues of Native American rugs meet intricate designs of Southwest-pattern textiles, ensuring each room tells a tale. Hand-carved furnishings, decorative tin mirrors, and the intricate beauty of Talavera-tiled showers add to the allure. Whether you're stepping onto a private balcony adorned with signature flower boxes or warming up by a wood-burning kiva fireplace, every detail is a nod to authentic New Mexican charm. You can stay connected with the Inn's complimentary WiFi, and the outdoor heated pool is there for you when you're ready to take a relaxing dip.
Each morning at the Inn of the Governors greets guests with their delightful and complimentary "Mountain Sunrise Breakfast." As the day unfolds, the Inn's onsite restaurant, Del Charro, beckons. Often regarded as Santa Fe's social hub, Del Charro boasts rich New Mexican flavors and award-winning margaritas. If you're looking for something else to satisfy your cravings, you won't have to go far—some of the city's best restaurants are just a few blocks away.