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Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

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Santa Fe Hotels

If you’re planning a visit to the multi-faceted Santa Fe in the state of New Mexico, prepare to encounter desert beauty, world class galleries, surprisingly fabulous skiing and some of the most unique lodging options. From historic resorts to quaint hotels, the choices are truly fantastic.
If reasonably priced Santa Fe hotels are what you seek, the selection is superb. Opt for the Santa Fe Sage Inn situated at a short distance from the historic plaza and across from the Railyard Park.  At this southwestern property you’ll find all the amenities needed for a comfortable stay plus the extras that makes it one of the frequented Santa Fe hotels. Among these are high speed Internet and satellite television. The on site services showcase a round the clock front desk, outdoor swimming pool, well-fitted exercise room, Laundromat and a “healthy start” breakfast. When you choose inexpensive Santa Fe hotels, you’re not giving up perks, just the high price tags.    
Experience unique Santa Fe hotels like the “Hotel Santa Fe,” the only property owned by Native Americans. It’s nestled in the heart of the historic district surrounded by impressive museums, galleries, shops and restaurants. At Hotel Santa Fe, you won’t only delight in unrivaled hospitality but in an enriching experience. Throughout the establishment, guests can witness a wealth of traditions that echo the cultures of America’s first inhabitants. Designed with stunning gardens showcasing beautiful details and rooms that display an exquisite desert style, it’s a fine choice in Santa Fe hotels. All visitors are invited to witness ceremonial dances and to dine at an eatery that’s sure to tantalize your senses. At Amaya’s, you can sample lobster bisque that’s second to none or savor a mouthwatering seafood specialty like sautéed Atlantic salmon. And when it’s time to retreat from the world, the kiva fireplace or the spa will bring you much rest. At Hotel Santa Fe, immersing in Native rituals that boast healing properties is true Nirvana. You’ll certainly agree that Santa Fe hotels are like no others.     
Landmark Santa Fe hotels also seem to please out-of-towners. Eldorado Hotel & Spa with its position off the main plaza in the old part of town holds a reputation that merits recognition. Once you check into your lavish accommodations, you’re presented with a collection of rooms displaying elements beyond the norm like kiva fireplaces, spacious private terraces, daily maid service, plush bedding, fluffy robes and ample work desk with wireless Internet. Indulge in a suite to enhance your getaway and luxuriate with added extras you can’t even fathom. As part of the hotel’s gracious attentiveness, the business center, meeting facilities and tour desk are available for your needs. Eldorado lives up to its name (“the golden one”), with a spa that lists ancient Indian rituals as part of the age defying and rejuvenating treatments. And the “Old House” eatery it’s sure to delight the pickiest eaters.
In Santa Fe the old is well balanced with the new bringing visitors joyous times.

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