Owned by a fourth-generation Santa Fe family, Old Santa Fe Inn combines art and design evocative of 1930's Santa Fe with solid hospitality—homemade guacamole and chips appear on late summer afternoons, at no charge. Thoughtful modern touches include free high speed wireless internet access, a business center and the up-to-date exercise room.
Furniture and textiles in the guestrooms are modeled after antique pieces in the Museum of New Mexico, and handmade by local craftsmen. 1930's Santa Fe—the era of the city's artistic and literary flourishing—is evoked in the woodprints by Willard Clark dotting the walls. Choose a room with a Native American-style Kiva fireplace to complete the mood.
Santa Fe color, style and history
On late summer afternoons, stop by the lobby for homemade guacamole and chips. Hot Starbucks® coffee, tea and freshly-baked cookies are offered to guests all year round.
Build your own burrito at the breakfast burrito bar. Add Odwalla® juices, Starbucks® coffee, fresh-baked breads from Sage Bakehouse and more—all part of the complimentary full hot breakfast.