A storied Victorian mansion, La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa was a renowned inn for many celebrated artists throughout the twentieth century. It is the only resort located downtown, situated within walking distance from Canyon Road, Santa Fe Plaza, and more.Learn alongside local artisans, nurture a spirit of creativity during our arts programs, and indulge in culinary achievements with our expert chefs. Spa Sage at La Posada and a outdoor heated pool offer infinite opportunities to restore wellbeing.Our 157 tranquil casita-style guest rooms and suites combine traditional southwestern d cor and adobe architecture with contemporary amenities like complimentary High Speed Internet Access. Many rooms offer patios, inviting restfulness amid our inspiring surroundings.
Situated alongside the distinctive galleries, shops, museums, and restaurants that have enchanted visitors for generations, La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa is the only resort in downtown Santa Fe.Canyon Road a radiant half-mile of adobe structures that house over 100 art galleries showcasing a diverse range of work from traditional Native American hand-made weavings and pottery to modern abstract sculpture is located two blocks away. The twisting, shaded street also features boutique jewelry shops and some of the citys finest restaurants.Santa Fe Plaza, a city-square in the authentic Spanish-American colonial style, is typically animated with music, jewelry, art, and dance, emblematic of the citys Spanish, Native American, and Mexican cultures. Nestled in the Plaza, the New Mexico History Museum and Palace of the Governors which chronicles the fabled history of the region and is the oldest public building in the U.S. is an icon that served as New Mexicos seat of government for centuries.Several historic churches, including the Loretto Chapel, recognized for its unusual helix-shaped spiral staircase known as the Miraculous Stair, and the St. Francis Cathedral Basilica, which was built in the Romanesque Revival style, featuring white Corinthian columns and twelve apostle windows imported from France, are walking distance from the resort.Learn more about Santa Fes rich art culture at the New Mexico Museum of Art, which displays works by Southwestern artists, the Museum of International Folk Art, the worlds largest collection of the kind, and the Georgia OKeeffe Museum, which is dedicated to one of the 20th Centurys most indelible painters an artist whose imagery expressed what she called the wideness and wonder of the world as I live it. With an open landscape as the stages backdrop, The Santa Fe Opera showcases extraordinary musicianship amid a dramatic setting, allowing audience members
Julia, a Spirited Restaurant & Bar showcases the continental cuisine in a storied setting that celebrates the resort s heritage and its legendary grand lady.The Patio
Open seasonally, The Patio is a garden-dining destination idyllically situated under the New Mexican sky. Roaring fires and live entertainment accompany a menu featuring fresh Latin flavors, northern New Mexican dishes, and classic American fare.The Staab House
Located in the elegant 19th-century mansion that was once home to its namesake family, The Staab House offers signature cocktails, crafted by a team of master mixologists, and standout bar fare.