Santa Fe, New Mexico
Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi
What it is
A 58-room art-filled adobe retreat in downtown Santa Fe with a legendary restaurant inspired by the region’s indegenous peoples.
What it isn't
Fitted with a full-on spa. But who needs one, when in-room treatments include deep tissue massage and aromatherapy?
What we think
Once you see downtown Santa Fe, founded in 1610 (you read that right), you may not want to leave. Which is just one reason why Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi is so beloved: it’s parked just half a block from the centuries-old Santa Fe Plaza and the Palace of the Governors. Each guest room is tricked out with exposed wood beam ceilings, locally woven indigenous textiles and art, and—a must in these high-elevation parts—a gas kiva fireplace for cozying up after dusk. While standard rooms are large (starting at 300 square feet), we think the Junior Suites with balconies are well worth it for private mornings in your robe sipping Nespresso al fresco.
You're here because
You crave Rosewood’s topnotch service. Daily turndown? Check. Concierge? Check. Valet? Of course. Bonus: the beloved Rose Buds for Children program for tots.
You spent all morning touring Georgia O’Keeffe’s own home in Abiquiu, about an hour north of town, and you’ve never felt more inspired. Until, that is, you take the first sip from your mezcal tasting flight, the perfect pairing for cowboy bread pudding with warm bourbon sauce. If only Georgia were here to join you—you feel as if you know her now, and you have a feeling she’d like it.
Restaurants & Bars
The Anasazi Restaurant and Bar - New Mexico cuisine infused with fresh seasonal and regional ingredients
The Patio - Sit and dine al fresco and sip on margaritas made to order
The heart of downtown Santa Fe. The best Mexican food you’ll ever have is in the same block at The Shed, housed in a 1692 hacienda; the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum is three blocks west and home to 3,000 of her works, including 140 oil paintings.