Hotels in Santa Fe,

New Mexico

Showing 6 hotels
  • Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza

    0.40 miles
  • Hampton Inn Santa Fe South

    4.86 miles
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Santa Fe

    5.63 miles
  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Santa Fe-North

    12.00 miles
  • Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder

    12.06 miles
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Los Alamos White Rock

    17.88 miles
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Santa Fe Hotels in the Scenic Southwest

Santa Fe is a colorful dynamic town at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, and at 7,000 feet above sea level, it’s the highest state capital in the United States. So, it’s no surprise the town is famous for its elevated and dynamic culture where legendary history, celebrated art scene and unbeatable cuisine make it a popular destination for visitors far and wide. Plan to stay at one of our best hotels in Santa Fe where we have the best accommodations and service for your tip to town.  

Top Santa Fe Hotels to Explore the Painted Desert

As the capital city of New Mexico, Santa Fe has so many surprises in store. The New Mexico State Capitol Building, also known as the Roundhouse, is the only round state capitol in the United States. Tours takes visitors through fascinating chambers designed to mirror the Zia Sun Symbol where classic local architecture and neoclassical influences offer a uniquely Santa Fe experience. Our top hotels in Santa Fe place you steps away from the exciting capital square and nearby restaurants, shops and live music.  

Santa Fe is an art mecca with no shortage of museums and galleries to enjoy classic and new artistry. Head to the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum to see the inspiring collection of one of the most prolific American painters. Her love of the Southwest comes to life through hall after hall of colorful flowers, New Mexico landscapes and epic New York skyscrapers. Photos and artifacts from her life help tell the tale of her work and life as one of Santa Fe’s most famous artists.

Hotels in Santa Fe to Explore the City Different

As part of the State of New Mexico's Department of Cultural Affairs, The Museum of International Folk Art is home to an astounding collection of folk art, miniatures and artifacts from all around the world. Hundreds of thousands of folk items make this a must-see attraction during your visit to town. The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture features historic pieces and art from Navajo, Pueblos and Apache like nations. Explore bronze sculptures, glass works and paintings. This is a gallery packed destination representing the diverse culture of the New Mexico plains.   

Feel the Floral Vibes at the Best Santa Fe Hotels

Our downtown Santa Fe hotels put you in the heart of more than 250 art galleries that line Lincoln Avenue and the Railyard District. Here, you’ll be steps away from the centuries old painted columns of Santa Fe Plaza. This historic is home to the Palace of the Governors, and streets lined with bookstores, eateries and boutiques. Santa Fe is a haven for food lovers where you’ll have your pick of Southwestern favorites from enchiladas, tamales and chiles rellenos. These all go perfectly with a fresh margarita, a locally brewed beer from Santa Fe Brewing Company, or the state favorite, a Chimayó cocktail.  

Don't forget to check out our hotels nearby in Espanola, Los Alamos and Bernalillo!

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