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Santa Fe Hotel & Travel Guide

Santa Fe’s nickname is “The City Different” and for good reason. The capital of New Mexico has a look all its own; upon arrival, you’ll be transported to a time when the Spanish conquistadors ran wild across the American Southwest. Grab your favorite turquoise belt buckle and book one of the Santa Fe hotel deals now.

Explore Your Surroundings

Start your Santa Fe holiday off with a Jeep tour of the area’s natural wonders, including the rock formations of Los Alamos Dome or the Devil’s Throne. If you’re more interested in man-made beauty, some of the best hotels in Santa Fe are located near well-known attractions like the Canyon Road Art District. This historic street contains over 100 art galleries featuring the best in Native American and traditional Spanish-style art. Want some history? The hotels near the Los Alamos Historical Museum offer an inside look at the development of the nuclear bomb. Finish your day off at the Santa Fe Bandstand and listen to local underground bands plus nationally recognized acts while taking in a beautiful sunset.

Eating and Drinking

You can’t order food in Santa Fe without your server asking you, “Red or green?” The question refers to the two types of chili peppers popular in New Mexican cuisine, so choose wisely. The Plaza District and Railyard District serve dishes like enchiladas, chalupas, and chiles rellenos that are too good to pass up. Pair an authentic agave margarita with these rich meals to complete your exploration into local flavors. Many of the restaurants are casual and laid back, but several luxury hotels in Santa Fe offer lavish dining options.

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