Concierge.com's insider take:
Under the steadying corporate hand of Rosewood, which owns New York's Carlyle and Baja California's Las Ventanas, the Anasazi is Santa Fe's most refined and best-serviced hotel. Built in 1991, the recently renovated 57-room property is in the center of downtown, just around the corner from the Plaza. The understated room decor—Southwestern, but at low volume—includes simple Native American–style rugs as bedspreads, gas-burning kiva fireplaces, and high wood-beamed ceilings. The result is a warmth and comfort that's amplified by luxury touches such as large, fluffy bath towels, flat-screen TVs, and humidifiers placed in the rooms at turndown. Service is personalized to perfection: Staffers learn your name and will organize private guides and sightseeing tours tailored to your wishes. On the downside, the views are unexceptional, and there's no spa or gym (although they will haul fitness equipment to your room on request). The in-house restaurant is excellent, and treads just as lightly on the Southwestern theme.
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After I posted a somewhat negative review of the Inn of the Anasazi dining room, I received a most generous invitation from the dining room manager several months... more