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Santa Fe + Taos hotels

Santa Fe and Taos are remarkably down-to-earth. For better or worse, the breezy attitude extends to the hotel industry: You'll invariably be treated well, but don't expect formal service or especially sophisticated decor. In Santa Fe, all buildings must, by law, be made of stucco or adobe—which makes it admirably cohesive, but a bit monotonous, design-wise.

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Bishop's Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa, Santa Fe

Bishop Lamy, the first bishop of Santa Fe, acquired this land in the lee of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in 1851. After a spell as the vacation retreat of the...more

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Casa de las Chimeneas, Taos

It's a rare B&B that has an in-house concierge, but this is a rare property—especially in quality lodging-challenged Taos. In an out-of-way...more

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El Monte Sagrado Living Resort and Spa, Taos

When this 36-room lodge opened in 2003, it gave Taos the destination resort it sorely lacked. The stand-alone suites and many secluded, landscaped acres made it...more

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Encantado, Santa Fe

For many New Mexico transplants (D. H. Lawrence and Georgia O'Keeffe among them), the best of the state is found in the desolate beauty of the high desert....more

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Hotel La Fonda de Taos, Taos

Occupying prime real estate on the Plaza within walking distance of galleries and restaurants, La Fonda has the best location in Taos. The three-story property...more

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Inn of the Anasazi, Santa Fe

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...more

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Inn of the Five Graces, Santa Fe

When you can't take another cheeky Kokopelli motif, this utterly incongruous Scheherazadian fantasy is your haven. Founded to showcase the wares of the local...more

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Inn on the Alameda, Santa Fe

Perhaps more than any other hotel in Santa Fe, this 71-room adobe hideaway on the edge of downtown reinforces the capital's small-town feel. It's a three-minute...more

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La Posada de Santa Fe, Santa Fe

This 157-room resort, two blocks off the Plaza, wants to be considered the best place to stay in Santa Fe—and in many regards, it succeeds. The former...more

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Ten Thousand Waves, Santa Fe

Thanks to the area's New Age reputation, many visitors expect a Zen—or at least spiritual—experience. Ten Thousand Waves is the only property in...more

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